Richard Stockton College of New Jersey is a public college located in Pomona, New Jersey. Founded in 1969, the college is a liberal arts and professional studies institution of the New Jersey system of higher education named after one of the signatories of the New Jersey Declaration of Independence.
Today, the college offers undergraduate and graduate academic programs and grants Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate degrees in such areas of study as Criminal Justice, Psychology, Environmental Science, Biology, Business, and Literature as well as in such emerging fields as Computational Science, Tourism and Hospitality Management, and Homeland Security. The college also offers a Doctor of Physical Therapy program and continuing studies programs for professional development and life-long learning.
Estimated cost of attendance for 2010-2011 for fulltime, undergraduate students enrolled in 12 to 20 credits per semester is US$21,949.39 per year for state residents and US$27,803.47 for out-of-state residents. This cost includes tuition and fees and room and board. An additional cost for books and supplies of US$1,600 may also be added. Graduate students, except those pursuing a Master of Occupational Therapy, are charged an estimated cost of attendance of US$18,533 for state residents and US$21,869 for out-of-state residents. An additional US$1,400 may be added for books and supplies. Graduate students enrolled in 36 credits of the Master of Occupational Therapy program have an estimated cost of attendance of US$26,012 for state residents and US$36,020 for out-of-state residents. This cost already includes the cost for books and supplies. And finally, for Doctoral students, the cost of attendance is US$27,391.88 for state residents and US$39,793.16 for out-of-state residents, again including the cost of books and supplies.
Financial aid is extended in the form of loans, grants and scholarships.