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The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey

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Students who got into RSNJ:

Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (8), Grades (12), Sports/Extracurriculars (0), College Essay (2)
To get in all you really have to doApr 22 2018Communications
To get in all you really have to do is pass high school. They literally let anyone in.
ACT: 23 SAT: 1250 Male
I got into the college first and then theMay 15 2016Nursing
I got into the college first and then the nursing program a few months into it. I would recommend good SAT and GPA (class rank) because that's how Stockton gives the good scholarships. Also for nursing make sure you get good grades in HS bio and chem and maybe get some healthcare experience as an EMT or volunteer in a hospital. It'll make you stand out.
SAT: 1900 Female
I got into the general programs through an instantDec 22 2015Nursing
I got into the general programs through an instant decision day, which meant I got pre-approved through my GPA, class rank, and SAT scores. I got into nursing a month later. You need a 550 math SAT to be considered for freshman admission for most of the STEM majors, as well as Nursing and some Pre-Healthcare fields (OT, PT etc.) Your class rank and SAT are most of what goes into the decision, and what decides most of the scholarships. Apply early for nursing because seats are limited and its rolling admissions until the spots are filled.
SAT: 2270 Female
I think it was fairly easy to be acceptedJul 30 2015Other
I think it was fairly easy to be accepted into Stockton, but I did have a high GPA and was very involved in High School. I recommend becoming involved in a variety of clubs to add to your resume as well as community/volunteer service.
SAT: 1600 Female
The supplement for Stockton was a nice way toDec 06 2014Biology
The supplement for Stockton was a nice way to add more of my personality into the application. Stockton is known for being "distinctive" so if you decide to apply, make yourself stand out both academically and socially.
SAT: 2080 Female
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