August 2016

Dear Alumni and Friends,

Greetings from Stockton University! This summer, we wrapped up the Vision Tour with more than 200 alumni and community members in attendance at the final tour stop in Atlantic City, N.J.  Thank you for your continued commitment to being informed, involved and invested in the growth of our University. Here are a few highlights of other recent happenings at Stockton:

$22 Million in State Capital Improvement
Funds Approved for Future AC Campus

The $22 million in state Capital Improvement Funds
earmarked for the planned Atlantic City campus were
approved on Aug. 12. This is the largest CIF award in the
State of New Jersey. Read more.

The Noyes Museum of Art Becomes Part of Stockton University
The Mr. and Mrs. Fred Winslow Noyes Foundation and The Noyes Museum of Art recently announced the transfer of ownership of the art museum and artwork, both formerly located in the Oceanville section of Galloway, to Stockton.  Read more.


Stockton Master’s in Communication Disorders
Program Earns Accreditation

The University’s Master of Science in Communication Disorders recently received accreditation from the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology. Read more.

Stockton Students, Faculty Member Attend National
Conventions as Part of Washington Internship Program

Nine Stockton University students and Associate Professor of Political Science Michael Rodriguez attended either the Republican or Democratic National Conventions as part of a two-week seminar program offered through The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars. Read more.

I hope you enjoy reading this newsletter!

Harvey Kesselman
President, Stockton University