Yes, you can afford Stockton.
Looking for an excellent education without the burden of unreasonable debt? Stockton is committed to providing all of its students with a top-quality education at an affordable cost. 74% of our undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid in the form of grants and loans, or scholarships from federal and state sources, alumni, the Stockton Foundation and the College itself.
Financial Aid is funding that helps bridge the gap between what a student or family can afford to pay and the total cost of a college education. Applying for financial aid is easy. All you have to do is file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). We encourage you to apply regardless of whether or not you feel you are eligible. You will need to file a FAFSA in order to be eligible for merit-based scholarships as well as apply for any student loans.
Financial Aid at Stockton*
|Total undergraduate aid||$90.1 million|
|% of students receiving aid||74%|
|Average financial assistance package received||$13,792|
|Total scholarships awarded||$8.3 million|
|% of entering freshmen receiving scholarships||33%|
|Average federal loan debt at graduation||$19,027|
*Based on 2010-2011 academic year
Financial aid is available to help families pay for college.
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