Stockton students will finish semester online
Stockton University students will take classes online for the rest of the spring semester, students were told this week. Residential students are also being asked to move back home, with some exceptions. "I know this is not the experience any of us thought we would have when the semester began," said Michelle McDonald, interim vice president of Academic Affairs. "We have made these decisions to protect the health and safety of our campus and community, while also preserving our core commitment to student learning." There will be no in-person classes at any of Stockton's campuses. Spring break ends March 24. Students will receive an email outlining a move-out schedule March 23. It will maintain social distancing protocols. Classes will resume March 25, with alternate instructional models.