About Us, Tell Me More!

About Students

  • 8,728 full- and  part-time undergraduate and graduate students (Fall 2016)
  • 1,190 first-time freshman
  • 971 new transfer students

 About Faculty

  • Study with Pulitzer Prize and Guggenheim Fellowship winners
  • NO teaching assistants - small classes -
    NO lecture halls 
  • 95% of our professors hold the highest degree in their field

  About Academics

  • Over 40 undergraduate majors - individualized to the point of four years of independent study if you wish
  • Minors, concentrations, internship opportunities, study abroad, Semester-at-Sea, Honors Program
  • Several accelerated bachelor's-to-master's/doctoral programs
  • 28 graduate degree and certificate programs 

About Success

  • 88% of Class of 2015 graduates reported being either employed or enrolled in school within six months of graduation
  • Approximately 30% go directly to graduate school

About Location 

  • A stunning, 2,000-acre campus nestled in the environmentally protected Pinelands National Reserve
  • Minutes from Atlantic City and Jersey Shore beaches
  • One hour to Philadelphia and two to New York City

Getting Involved

  • More than 130 clubs and organizations
  • 21 sororities and fraternities
  • Honor societies, academic societies, service clubs, special interest groups, Living-Learning Communities


Environmentally Conscious

  • "Green" before it was trendy, an international leader in alternative energy research
  • One of the world's largest operating geothermal heating and cooling systems
  • Pioneering energy conservation efforts
  • Innovative environmental studies and marine science programs

Socially Conscious

  • From community service, to business ethics to human rights, students and professors know what they do in class and beyond can make a difference in the world.

Student Life

About Athletics

Safe and Secure

A Part of Our Campus

  • Stockton Seaview
  • Carnegie Library Center, Atlantic City
  • Dante Hall, Atlantic City
  • Noyes Arts Garage, Atlantic City
  • Hammonton Instructional Site-Kramer Hall
  • Manahawkin Instructional Site
  • Woodbine Instructional Site
  • Atlanticare Regional Medical Center 
  • Bacharach Institute for Rehabilitation
  • The Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville
  • Nacote Creek marine science lab,
    field station and marina
  • Coastal Conservation Research Program, Cape May
  • Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage
  • Sara & Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center
  • William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy
  • Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality & Tourism 
  • Richard E. Bjork Library
  • Stockton Performing Arts Center (PAC)
  • Southern Regional Institute & Educational Technology Training Center, 
  • Harold E. Taylor Observatory
    ...and so much more!