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The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Jim Leeds Rd Pomona, NJ 08240 Phone: (609) 652-1776
  • General Information
    About The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

    At Stockton we seek to help our students develop the capacity for continuous learning and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances in a multicultural and interdependent world by insisting on breadth, as well as depth, in our curriculum. We believe that the breadth inherent in an interdisciplinary approach to liberal education both prepares students for inevitable career changes, and enriches their lives. We insist on excellence in teaching and dedication to learning. These, indeed, are the guiding principles of our mission. Moreover, we recognized a responsibility not only to transmit received ideas to our students but to participate in the development of new ideas. Accordingly, we encourage continuous research, learning, and professional development for our faculty and staff. Quality academic programs are best created, developed, and maintained by a high degree of faculty and student responsibility for, and participation in, the educational process. For that reason, the College is committed to faculty-wide involvement in general education and in teaching such academic skills as writing, quantitative analysis, and logical reasoning. Breadth, then, is not only a desirable outcome for our students, but a requisite for the faculty who teach these students. To teach beyond the traditional bounds of one’s area of formal expertise, across disciplinary lines, and to interrelate the traditional disciplines, requires and extraordinary effort from faculty. It is imperative that the executive administration and the trustees provide the resources and the atmosphere, which will make such exceptional effort both possible and appreciated. Our insistence upon breadth of education for all students does not preclude an emphasis on depth of study in the major disciplines but rather, supplements it. Our academic programs must offer students a real understanding of the ideas and methods of their disciplines, including those most recently developed. Exposure to many disciplines and intensive investigation of one discipline should prepare graduates to move into appropriate fields of employment, or to continue with graduate academic or professional study. At Stockton we believe that co-curricular activities complement the academic curriculum and, along with classroom education, help students develop the capacity for making intelligent choices. While we offer students assistance in and out of the classroom, we emphasize and encourage student initiative in their co-curricular life, and responsibility for their education. We value diversity and the differing perspectives it brings. Accordingly, we are unequivocally committed to implementing the principles of affirmative action in the composition of our student body, faculty, and staff. Just as students must receive an education that is sufficiently broad to permit flexible response to changes in society, so too the College must be able to change and adapt to differing circumstances and needs in our society. In order to best fulfill our mission, we must all recognize the limitations of our resources, and respond by a prudent and flexible allocation of those resources. Finally, Stockton is committed to the positive development of southern New Jersey. Through research and community service, we actively seek to take advantage of and to improve the unique physical and human environment in which the College is located. GRADUATE EDUCATION MISSION STATEMENT Adopted by the Board of Trustees February 18, 1998 The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey provides quality graduate programs which promote advanced inquiry and application of new knowledge, foster advanced-level career opportunities, and transmit our cultural and intellectual heritage in all its diversity. Its graduate programs are consistent with the College’s commitment to the liberal arts and support the undergraduate program through enriched resources, the discovery of new approaches to teaching and learning, and the creative use of new technologies. Through accessible graduate education the College responds to the State and regional needs.

    Institutional statistical data was gathered from the U.S. Department of Education - Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Statistics, 2009-2010.

    Institution Type
    • 4-year, Public
    Special Learning Opportunities
    • Teacher certification
    • Distance learning opportunities
    • Study abroad
    Student Services
    • Remedial services
    • Academic/career counseling service
    • Employment services for students
    • Placement services for completers
    • On-campus day care for students' children
    Credit Accepted
    • Dual credit
    • The acceptance of credits for work experience or military experience are subject to review by the school and cannot be guaranteed.Advanced placement (AP) credits
    Religious Affiliation
    • Not applicable
    Federal Aid
    • Eligible students may receive Pell Grants and other federal aid (e.g. Direct Loans).
    Degrees/Certificates offered
    • Bachelor's degree
    • Postbaccalaureate certificate
    • Master's degree
    • Post-master's certificate
    Campus Setting
    • Suburb: Midsize
    Disability Services Student
    • 3% or Less
  • Admission
    Total Applicants 4,547
    Percent Admitted 61%
    Men Admitted 60%
    Women Admitted 62%
    Full Time Retention Rate 81%
  • Submitted ACT & SAT Scores

    •     25th Percentile Score 75th Percentile Score
      Critical Reading 490 590
      Math 500 600
    •     25th Percentile Score 75th Percentile Score
      Composite 18 22
      English 18 22
      Math 17 23
  • Student Demographics
    Total Enrolled 8,390
    Native American 38.0
    Asian 458.0
    African American 672.0
    Hispanic 518.0
    Enrolled FullTime Undergraduates 6,283
    Enrolled FullTime Graduates 198

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