After a difficult and challenging academic year, Stockton University will return to some kind of normalcy when the 2021/2022 school year begins in the fall.

According to the website Patch, normal operations and capacities will be back at Stockton University including classes, housing, and student activities.

According to Patch, 

"We have missed the energy our almost 10,000 students bring to campus," said President Harvey Kesselman. "We are excited to welcome them back, but we will also continue to implement whatever measures are necessary to protect the health and safety of our faculty, staff and students."

When the Fall 2021 semester begins, 70 percent of classes will be in person with the rest of the classes consisting of some kind of hybrid component. The university will continue to offer COVID-19 testing for students, faculty, and employees. Covid tests will be given at the Lakeside Center at the Galloway Campus. Preregistration is also required.

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The 2021 Commencement at Stockton University is tentatively scheduled for May 11th through May 14th at the Galloway Campus. State COVID regulations for outdoor gatherings will impact the exact dates and capacity limits.

Over one million pledges of daily health pledges have been submitted by students and employees since the fall of 2020. The pledge heightens the awareness of minimizing the spread of the virus.

Check back later this spring for more updated and timely information concerning the graduating class of 2021 for Stockton University.

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