Galloway Township, NJ - Stockton University has been named one of the “2016 Best Colleges: Region by Region” for the Northeast region and cited on its list of “Green Colleges” by The Princeton Review, an education services company widely known for its test prep programs and college and graduate school guides.
Atlantic City, NJ - According to Sarah Lawson, "You know Atlantic City as the gambling capital of the East Coast, or perhaps as the backdrop for HBO's Boardwalk Empire or home of the Miss America pageant. But what was once dubbed by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as "Las Vegas East" has recently been racked by the shuttering of four major casinos last year, three of which went bankrupt."
Galloway, NJ - By spring 2017, Stockton University expects to complete the first phase of a major facilities expansion that will create a distinctive entrance on the Galloway Campus. The state-of-the-art facilities will allow Stockton to accommodate more students and better prepare them for successful careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Galloway Township, NJ – Stockton University offers rising high school seniors interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) from 15 high schools and Stockton University faculty from the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics the opportunity to partner. The Science Enrichment Academy at Stockton (SEAS) program introduces students to STEM topics through a wide variety of coursework, data collection, data analysis, problem solving and hands-on experiences in a wide variety of subjects not typically found in the high school setting. At the end of the two weeks, students will present their final projects.
Galloway Township, NJ – Stockton University today welcomed the inaugural group of students in the Atlantic City cohort of Philadelphia University’s Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program. Stockton and Philadelphia University (PhilaU) are partnering with Reliance Medical Group to offer this Atlantic City-based program in a growing field of the health sciences.
Trenton, NJ – Twenty three of New Jersey’s colleges and universities make Money’s annual Best College’s ranking. Based off of three categories - quality of education, affordability and outcomes – several of the state’s institutions make the 736 school list.
Galloway Township, NJ - Stockton University will offer a new doctoral degree in Organizational Leadership beginning in January 2016, designed to meet the growing need for advanced degrees in management positions in the region and state.
Galloway, NJ - More than 200 girls in grades 9-11 and 30 educators from high schools throughout New Jersey will attend AAUW NJ teentech 2015, a day of hands-on workshops designed to engage girls in the broad opportunities available in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) fields.
Galloway Township, NJ - The Stockton Aviation Research & Technology Park, an auxiliary organization of Stockton University, today assumed the lease of 58 acres in Egg Harbor Township, with plans to kick off development by the end of the year.
Galloway Township, NJ - Dr. Harvey Kesselman has agreed to a request by the Board of Trustees that he remain as Acting President of Stockton University, providing continuity and valuable leadership while the University resolves challenges which have thwarted plans to develop a campus at the former Showboat Casino Hotel in Atlantic City.
Trenton, NJ - According to a recent report by the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center, public colleges in New Jersey are among the highest graduation rates in the country. The report found more than 70 percent of students that start at public four-year schools will complete it within six years at a New Jersey institution, compared to the 62.85 percent national average.
Galloway, NJ - Stockton University is New Jersey’s newest institution of higher learning, as the Board of Trustees voted to change Stockton’s official designation and name from that of a college to a university. “Since its founding in 1969, Stockton has had many names, but one consistent mission: excellence in teaching, dedication to learning, and a tradition of community service,” said President Herman Saatkamp. “In becoming a university, we honor those values while continuing our journey as an environment for excellence and a partner in New Jersey’s social and economic development.”
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