One Vision. One Mission. Students First.
Gifts of every size move the University forward.
A new wave of opportunity immersed the Jersey Shore when Stockton University opened its Atlantic City campus in fall 2018. This historic growth connected the University’s campuses to its roots, in which the inaugural academic semester in fall 1971 was housed at the Mayflower Hotel on the Atlantic City Boardwalk. The experience of living and learning in a close-knit, coastal community encouraged institutional values that endure to this day — excellence in teaching, civic engagement and an active student life.
To fully capitalize on this new wave of opportunity, Stockton University seeks to raise a minimum of $2 million in philanthropic support over the next five years. Keep the Osprey tradition strong by making a gift to the following priorities as part of Ospreys Give 2019:
Atlantic City Opportunity Fund — When fully funded, this endowment will provide approximately $60,000 annually for initiatives designed to expand Stockton students' engagement with and in Atlantic City. Examples include student tutoring/mentoring programs with area schools, stage productions that involve students and community members, partnerships with area non-profit organizations to assist with marketing, and programs to connect Stockton students with the culturally rich and diverse Atlantic City communities.
Atlantic City Scholarship Fund — When fully funded, this endowed scholarship will award approximately $20,000 annually to qualified students who graduate from Atlantic City High School and enroll at Stockton University. This fund demonstrates Stockton’s commitment to Atlantic City by offering talented students from the region the opportunity to achieve their dream of a high-quality education.
Who We Are
Stockton University is honored to be named an Anchor Institution as part of Atlantic City’s revitalization efforts. The institution remains committed to both the public and its mission to educate, be civically engaged and provide economic stimulus to the region it serves. It achieves this by providing service-learning opportunities, internships, employment and connecting classroom education with real-world experiences.
The Atlantic City campus houses the following academic programs: Social Work, Business Studies, Hospitality and Tourism Management Studies, Organizational Leadership, Community Leadership and Civic Engagement.