Centers, Institutes & Partners
The Small Business Development Center (SBDC) of Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland Counties, located at the Carnegie Library Center in Atlantic City, provides business assistance services to establish new enterprises and promising start-ups with the objective of increased economic activity. Annually, SBDC oversees more than 450 one-to-one client sessions and runs about 50 events that provide training to 1,000 individuals.
In April 2010, the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute for Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism was established to provide research, training and management for these industries. The Lloyd D. Levenson Institute promotes applied research and scholarship targeted to the industry and runs an annual survey of the effectiveness of New Jersey tourism promotion.
In Fall 2011, the first Stockton students moved into the historic Seaview Resort, purchased by the University in 2010. The resort, which includes two world-class golf courses, allows students to live and learn amongst top professionals in the hospitality and tourism fields.
Stockton Center For Economic & Financial Literacy (SCEFL) aims to promote economic and financial literacy among teachers and students in the New Jersey schools. Our primary mission is to assist K – 12 teachers with content and best practices in pedagogy to enhance learning. Yet students reside in households and households shape communities, so economic and financial literacy is an objective for people of all ages. Financial capabilities—the ability to provision for oneself, one’s household, and one’s community—is crucial to local, state, and national business and economic development and sustainability.
School of Business Advisory Boards