Instructions: Provide as much information about yourself as possible to search for opportunities for which you may be eligible. For a more accurate list of opportunities you may be eligible for, please complete the University Scholarship Application and review your Recommended Opportunities page.
On campus is defined as living on Stockton University's campus.
Off campus is defined as living in an apartment or housing near campus. (short distance from campus)
Commute is defined as living with your family/parents and commuting from that home.
Please select which application you are completing. You can apply in one of three ways: 1) University Scholarship Application, 2) Holocaust & Genocide Studies and Jewish Studies Application or 3) BOTH the University Scholarship Application and the Holocaust & Genocide and Jewish Studies Application. Select “Finish and Submit” once you make your selection to move to the appropriate application(s) or select “Update your Application” if you are changing your previously submitted answer.
University Scholarship Application – These scholarships are available to all students that are currently enrolled, in good academic standing, full-time undergraduate or part/time graduate students, with a Stockton GPA , many scholarships require a 3.0 or higher.
Holocaust & Genocide Studies and Jewish Studies Application – These scholarships are available to students with a proven interest in Holocaust & Genocide Studies and Jewish Studies. Applicants need to be currently enrolled, in good academic standing, full-time undergraduate or part/full-time graduate students, with a Stockton GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Note: Applicants must be enrolled for the spring semester with plans to attend the next academic year. Students graduating during the spring or summer semesters are ineligible to apply unless they are immediately matriculating into a Stockton graduate program.