The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
is a mid-sized award-winning liberal arts
college nestled in 1,600 acres of pristine southeastern New Jersey pinelands
From the Jersey seashore, 20 minutes. From Philadelphia
, one hour. From New York City
, two hours.
6,312 full- and part-time students
82% attend full-time; 18% part-time
Males 42% Females 58%
Resident students: 38%
45% of freshman applicants accepted
First-time, freshman class: 755
Approximately 41% of Stockton graduates go to graduate school
Total number of graduates for fiscal year
95% hold terminal degrees
Average age: 49
Since 1988, GOVERNOR'S SCHOOL ON THE ENVIRONMENT.
Named by the Carnegie
Foundation and U.S. News & World Report as one of six "selective" national public liberal arts colleges in the United States.
Classified as a "highly selective college" by The Princeton Review.
For quality academics at affordable cost, selected by Kiplinger's
as one of the "100 best values in public colleges" in the nation.
Environmental Studies and Marine Science programs were selected by Peterson's Guides and the Alliance for Environmental Education for inclusion in Education for the Earth, A Guide to Top Environmental Studies Programs.
Stockton was cited as one of New Jersey's ten "Architectural Treasures" by New Jersey Monthly (April 1999). Mentioned for its harmonious fit into the pinelands setting, our unique campus building design was created by renowned architects Robert Geddes
and Michael Graves