Campus Life

Stockton to offer COVID testing amid spiking cases

Written for The Argo by Kinza Jarral

On Tuesday November 17th, President Kesselman announced that starting November 30th, Stockton University will shift most of its in-person classes to online for the remainder of the semester. Due to a rise in cases around New Jersey, Stockton is now offering free voluntary COVID-19 testing throughout the months of November and December on both the Galloway and Atlantic City campuses.

To help prevent the spread on campus, free COVID testing is available to Students and employees at Stockton University. The nasal swab test will be administered and results are expected to be received 4-6 days after the test is completed. Although the testing is free, Stockton recommends providing insurance information if applicable when booking an appointment, as well as bringing the insurance card to the appointment. 

When attending an appointment to take the COVID test, please wear your mask and bring a valid form of ID or another way of proving your address. For more information about getting a COVID test done, visit

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