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Four-Year Graduation Rate: 40% and six-year graduation rate: 64%
(see cohort table for more details)

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Four-Year Graduation Rates by Demographic Group
2006 Cohort Total Men Women White Black Hispanic Asian Other* Athletes Non-Athletes
# 319 123 196 275 11 12 20 1 N/A N/A
% 40% 34% 46% 44% 18% 24% 43% 33% N/A N/A
*Includes American Indian or Alaskan Native, non-resident aliens, race unreported or unknown
Six-Year Graduation Rates by Demographic Group
2006 Cohort Total Men Women White  Black Hispanic Asian Other* Athletes Non-Athletes
# 507 210 297 410 35 26 34 2 N/A N/A
% 64% 57% 70% 65% 57% 53% 72% 67% N/A N/A
*Includes American Indian or Alaskan Native, non-resident aliens, race unreported or unknown
(see NJ Institutional Profile p. 11 for more details)
Student Transfer Rate and Overview of Institutions Receiving Transfers

Fall 2011
FT First-time Freshmen

Fall 2011 Total Transferred out in Fall 2012 % In-State Out-of-State
973 102 10% 86 16
 
Total Current Year Cost of Attending Institution
  Resident Commuter
Tuition & Fees  $12,322 $12,322
Room & Board $10,796 $2,457
Books & Supplies  $1,536 $1,536
Transportation  $938 $2,055
Other Expenses $2,103 $1,778
Total

$27,695

$20,148

 
Total Projected Costs for Fall 2013 Incoming Freshman
Graduates after 4 years

Graduates after 6 years

Resident Commuter Resident Commuter
$116,845 $84,848 $180,656 $131,186
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 Yes
Provost Scholarship: SAT of 1250+ and a class rank Top 10% Yes Yes
Deans' Scholarship: SAT of 1150+ and a class rank Top 15% Yes  Yes
Stockton Scholarship: outstanding a & co-curricular accomplishments Yes  Yes
Excellence in Academic Award: 30+ Transfer Credits with 3.6+ GPA  Yes Yes
Stockton Award: A grant program for eligible students participating in the EOF program. Yes  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 

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
7,516 6,119 82% $5,504 $13,636 N/A
*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  $35,687 $20,785
Students Graduating in 6 Years $45,129 $26,925
Students Withdrawing after 1 Year  $6,504 $4,488
 
Overview of Institution's Faculty
  Total Faculty 

Full-time
Tenured/ Tenure Track

Full-time
Non Tenure Track
Part-time Other
(TA, Staff, etc.)
# 627 269 15 291 52
% 100% 43% 2% 46% 8%
 
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.)
# 1534 980 49 415 90
% 100% 64% 3% 27% 6%

Comparative information for the State of New Jersey

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