Stockton University at Manahawkin is pleased to host a variety of educational events. To stay informed about upcoming events, we encourage you to follow us on social media and sign up for our email list.
How to Become a Better Birder and Bird Photographer
Tuesdays, January 14th – February 18th, 2020
Join Susan Puder, nature and wildlife photographer with over 30 years’ experience
and avid birder, as she introduces birding basics and build upon your knowledge of
bird identification, spring migration, raptors of NJ, and birding year-round in New
Jersey as well as how to take better photographs of birds. This six-week class concludes
with a field trip to Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge so participants can practice
their new birding and photography skills. This class is designed for people new to
birding or want to increase their knowledge for identification and locating birds
in New Jersey.
**Seating is limited**
For more information or to register, click here!
Stockton University’s 16th Annual MLK DAY OF SERVICE
Monday, January 20th, 2020
Please Join Stockton University at Manahawkin at The Tuckerton Seaport.
Spend the day participating in community service and making a positive impact.
-Projects will be indoor/outdoor (weather permitting).
-Projects will include something for everyone such as painting,
organizing, exhibit change prep, and outdoor refurbishments.
-No experience, special skills, or tools are necessary.
-Family members and friends welcome!
For more information or to pre-register, please visit: stockton.edu/mlkday
or call 609-626-6060
Transfer Admissions Day in Manahawkin
Thursday, February 13th, 2020
10:00am - 3:00pm
Potential transfer students are welcome to visit Stockton at Manahawkin to receive
an instant decision from Assistant Director of Admissions Transfer Coordinator James
Rodia. Attendees are asked to bring any up-to-date transcripts with them to assist
in the instant decision process. Rodia will also be available to answer any questions
attendees may have about Stockton or the admissions process.
Questions? Call 609-626-6060
Upcoming Dates: 3/12/20 & 4/15/20