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57 GOING TO COLLEGE IN NEW JERSEY • WWW.HESAA.ORG • 1-609-584-4480 IMPORTANT FACTS: FOUR-YEAR PUBLIC COLLEGE Admissions Offi ce: Phone: 866-772-2885 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am – 5 pm Email Address: Financial Aid Offi ce: Phone: 609-652-4203 Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 am – 5 pm Directions: ACADEMIC YEAR • Annual Tuition & Fees: $13,403 • Per Credit Tuition: $332.52 • Annual Room & Board: $11,882 FINANCIAL AID • File Application (FAFSA) Beginning October 1 OTHER INFORMATION • Student Body Size: 9,216 • No Lecture Halls/Teaching Assistants • Middle States Accredited • A four-year public co-ed- ucational university with graduate and professional programs • Number of degreed undergraduate programs: 50+ "Thinking" translates into "doing" at Stockton. Gain hands-on experience in nursing, public health or physical therapy at the two hospitals on campus; conduct computational science or IT research in our high-powered computer labs or at nearby technology centers; "live" a hospitality and tourism internship 24/7 at the Seaview—Stockton's world-class resort; study artistic techniques fi rsthand through our partnership with the nearby Noyes Museum of Art and at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, just an hour away; bask in our beautiful, 2,000-acre campus in the Pinelands National Reserve just minutes from the ocean (a natural lab perfect for our nationally recognized marine science and environmental studies programs). With our off -campus Instructional Sites at Hammonton, Manahawkin, Woodbine and Atlantic City, students can choose where to take classes as well as when. Our new Atlantic City Gateway campus (opening Fall 2018), features a new wave of opportunity for Stockton students: See for details. Most Stockton students engage in independent study with a faculty mentor. Small classes allow for discussion, debate and discovery—guided by Fulbright scholars, the most-published scientists in the world, and professors who care as much about teaching as research. Rooted in a deep social and environmental consciousness, Stockton off ers extensive service learning and human rights opportunities, and is an international leader in alternative energy research and conservation eff orts. More than 10,000 events annually, more than 130 student clubs and organizations, Greek life, academic and honor societies, intramural and club sports, and study abroad options enhance the Stockton experience. The Ospreys have won NCAA Division III National Championships and tournaments, ECAC titles and All- Americans, not to mention numerous NJAC championship titles and Final Four appearances. The perfect size, the perfect place, at a public cost: Choose quality—value— distinction. Choose Stockton. STOCKTON UNIVERSITY 101 Ver ing Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ 08205-9441 | | | FOUR-YEAR PUBLIC COLLEGE

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