After going through my first fall semester, I can safely say Stockton is a great university. The school features a wide array of academics to choose from and are very focused on hands on experience. They want students to get involved either through jobs and volunteer work, to field labs and classwork.
The campus is beautiful and located in the the forests of the Pine Barrens. The school is not very high tech, but uses its resources to the fullest. Taking advantage of the areas and local groups around; and the tools they've been given.
Most of the food comes from chain restaurants and there's not much to eat if you're vegetarian. But healthy eating otherwise is promoted and there are stores on campus
One thing that brings it down is it's mainly geared toward commuters. Weekends are bland, even with all the great events planned on weekdays, and you need either a car or a shuttle to get off campus.
Still, Stockton is very welcoming, diverse, and fun!