|Total Avg. Cost||$27,860|
|Room & Board||$11,330|
|Financial Aid Information|
|Students Receiving Fin Aid||87%|
|Typical Grant Amounts|
|Avg. Other Stud. Loans||$11,273|
|%Receiving Other Loans||21%|
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Pomona, NJ 08240-0195
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Richard Stockton College, or the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, is a public institution funded by the State of New Jersey. Founded in 1969, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey did not see its charter class until 1971, which studied for most of the school's inaugural year in a hotel in Atlantic City. It is an accredited institution, and has an endowment of over $43m.
Applicants for Richard Stockton College financial aid are required to submit both a state aid form, verifying in-state status, as well as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Most students at Richard Stockton College receive financial aid (83%), and a good majority takes out federal student loans (64%). An unusually large percentage of students (23%) take out private student loans to cover the gap left between tuition and financial aid as a result of aid inadequacies. If you're in a position where you need a private student loan to cover the gap left by Richard Stockton College financial aid, check out our student loan comparison tool to search, compare, and apply for the private student loan that best suits you.
Q:Are there any institutional scholarship awards available through the Stockton financial aid office?
A:Yes. The Stockton financial aid office has several institutional scholarship awards available for students designed to help with their college education. Some of the available scholarships include Stockton Foundation Scholarships and the institution's specially-designated freshman scholarships. Scholarships awarded through the Stockton financial aid office are all merit based. More information about these awards is available on the Stockton financial aid website.