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86% of students
I liked that they had a cannabis studies minor available, and I also liked that they offered an EOF program for students who were minorities either financially or ethnically.
I'm not too fond of the housing three option because it seems like a bit of a rip-off.
Stockton University helped pave my future in a way no other experience or institute would have. Nestled away in the pine barrens, it became my home. You honestly get what you put out meaning that if you work hard, good things will come to you. If you put in the extra effort to reach out to your preceptors and professors they will 100% help you. Campus food is usually good with lots of healthy and vegan options.
Get involved in campus life and on-campus jobs!
the professors being understanding
As a transfer student, I have had some difficulties in regards to transferring my credits and graduating on time. The staff at Stockton has been extremely helpful in making sure that I am on track for graduating by my desired date. Almost all of the professors I have had have been excellent with the exception of one or two. I thought I would regret going to my hometown college, but it has been a great and welcoming experience that I would recommend to anyone who is considering Stockton.
I really liked the number of activities they hold around campus. There is always something going on, even if it is not a public event (i.e. University Weekend).
I didn't like the level of concern for some of the faculty. There were some staff that didn't seem to care too much about helping me understand if I was studying under the correct minor or not.
I loved everything about this school. I enjoyed how close it was to home and how small the campus is. Therefore, you see a lot of familiar faces. A very comfortable and educating school.