Friday, Sept. 7, 2018



Welcome, Ospreys!
We wish our new and returning students, faculty and staff a great start to the semester. With a new campus, academic buildings and academic programs, we’re excited by all the possibilities that will unfold during the upcoming year.
View photos from the first day of classes and the president’s address to staff.

Save the Date! Culture of Respect Town Hall on Sept. 13
The entire University community is invited to attend the town hall discussion, which will focus on how the University will continue to build a culture where we respect and care for each other. T-shirts, giveaways and refreshments will be available for attendees. Please encourage students to attend. Osprey Advantage credit will be offered.


Take a Shuttle
Shuttle service is now offered seven days a week to and from Stockton University Atlantic City. Both the Galloway campus and Stockton Atlantic City provide free transportation for faculty, students and staff with their Stockton ID.


Honoring a Pioneer Marine Scientist
Stockton alumni presented a decade of research to honor Stacy Moore Hagan’s legacy at the 148th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society.


Physical Therapy Ribbon Cutting
Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs Lori Vermeulen and Physical Therapy students and faculty members celebrated the program’s new academic space with a ribbon cutting ceremony in the third floor of the Health Sciences Center on Sept. 6. View more photos from the ribbon cutting and a lab session later that day.


Instagram: Talon can bench press 185 pounds! For a video, check out the #StocktonU Strength and Conditioning feed at @ironospreys.  


September is National Preparedness Month. offers tips to help you and your family prepare for potential disasters, such as flood, earthquakes and tornados. This week’s theme is Make and Practice Your Plan. Check out the following web resources to make an emergency plan, sign up for alerts and learn your evacuation zone. Don’t forget to sign up for Stockton’s emergency text-messaging notification system by visiting



Tuition Exchange
Stockton’s status in The Tuition Exchange program has been upgraded because the University’s imports to exports ratio has improved. As a result, Stockton will be able to award three scholarships for Fall 2019. If you are a full-time employee and are interested in your high school senior dependent being considered, please review the Tuition Exchange Procedure and the link to the online applications. The deadline to apply is Sept. 15. Questions? Please contact Thomas P. Chester, assistant vice president for Human Resource Operations and Payroll, at 609-652-4589 or


Thursday, Sept. 13 - Culture of Respect Town Hall


Monday, Sept. 17 - Constitution Day

Thursday, Sept. 20 - Stockton Atlantic City Ribbon Cutting Ceremony