Go

Consumer Information Act

Office of Institutional Research

New Jersey Student and Parent Information > Student Consumer Information

New Jersey Student and Parent Information Web Page

Both the State of New Jersey and the US Department of Education require that colleges and universities disclose consumer information on a web site. The State of New Jersey requires that this page contain specific data (displayed below),and the federal guidelines require links to information by its own mandatory categories (see link: Higher Education Act Student Consumer Information Index Page).

Four-Year Graduation Rate: 51% and six-year graduation rate: 67%
(see cohort table for more details)

(view as pdf)

 

Four-Year Graduation Rates by Demographic Group
2008 Cohort Total Men Women White Black Hispanic Asian Other* Athletes Non-Athletes
# 425 156 269 338 21 25 24 17 N/A N/A
% 51% 41% 59% 53% 30% 40% 60% 63% N/A N/A

*Includes American Indian or Alaskan Native, non-resident aliens, race unreported or unknown

Six-Year Graduation Rates by Demographic Group
2008 Cohort Total Men Women White  Black Hispanic Asian Other* Athletes Non-Athletes
# 562 222 340 433 35 41 32 21 N/A N/A
% 67% 58% 74% 68% 51% 65% 80% 78% N/A N/A

*Includes American Indian or Alaskan Native, non-resident aliens, race unreported or unknown
(see NJ Institutional Profile for more details)

 

Student Transfer Rate and Overview of Institutions Receiving Transfers
Fall 2013
FT First-time Freshmen
Fall 2013 Total Transferred out in Fall 2014 % In-State Out-of-State
1066 99 9% 87 12
 
Total Current Year Cost of Attending Institution
  Resident Commuter
Tuition & Fees  $12,568 $12,568
Room & Board $11,164 $2,542
Books & Supplies  $1,587 $1,587
Transportation  $969 $2,123
Other Expenses $2,173 $1,837
Total $28,461 $20,657
 
Total Projected Costs for Fall 2015 Incoming Freshman
Graduates after 4 years Graduates after 6 years
Resident Commuter Resident Commuter
$111,128 $80,743 $166,692 $121,115
NOTE: All Costs and projected costs are for Full-Time New Jersey Resident Students
Financial Aid Programs
  Available to Athletes* Available to
Non-Athletes
Presidential Scholarship: SAT of 1400+ and class rank Top 5%   Yes
Provost Scholarship: SAT of 1250+ and a class rank Top 10%   Yes
Deans' Scholarship: SAT of 1150+ and a class rank Top 15%   Yes
Stockton Scholarship: outstanding a & co-curricular accomplishments   Yes
Excellence in Academic Award: 30+ Transfer Credits with 3.6+ GPA    Yes
Stockton Award: A grant program for eligible students participating in the EOF program.   Yes
Stockton Grant In Aid: A grant program for high achieving students who demonstrated need after filing the Free Application For Financial Aid (FAFSA).   Yes
*Athletes are only those students at NCAA Division I institutions who receive athletic aid. Stockton is Division III.
 
Percentage and Average Amount of Financial Aid
Percentage Average Amount
  Total # Students  Total # Receiving Assistance % Institutional Aid Non-Institutional Aid+ Athletic Aid
Athletes*  N/A  N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Non-Athletes 7,714 6,386 83% $5,745 $13,639 NA
*Athletes are only those students at NCAA Division I institutions who receive athletic aid. Stockton is Division III.
 
Average Student Loan Indebtedness
  Resident Student
when Admitted
Commuter Student
when Admitted
Students Graduating in 4 Years   $16,542 $5,911
Students Graduating in 6 Years $26,054 $14,906
Students Withdrawing after 1 Year  $4,931 $4,700
 
Overview of Institution's Faculty
  Total Faculty  Full-time
Tenured/ Tenure Track
Full-time
Non Tenure Track
Part-time Other
(TA, Staff, etc.)
# 660 288 16 291 65
% 100% 44% 2% 44% 10%
Percentage of Courses Taught by Faculty Categories
  Total Courses Taught by
All Faculty 
Courses Taught by
Full-time
Tenured/ Tenure Track
Courses Taught by
Full-time
Non Tenure Track
Courses Taught by Part-time Other
(TA, Staff, etc.)
# 1611 1020 53 463 75
% 100% 63% 3% 29% 5%

Comparative information for the State of New Jersey

 

<NEXT>