Various accessibility symbolsThe Stockton Performing Arts Center is committed to contributing to Stockton University's educational mission and to engaging students in the performing arts and other disciplines to through its quality, diverse and accessible programming.

If you require an accommodation or service, please contact the Stockton Performing Arts Center Box Office at (609) 652-9000 at least three weeks prior to your scheduled visit.



Wheelchair-accessible seat locations are available for all performances and events throughout the Performing Arts Center, Campus Center Theatre, Experimental Theatre, and Alton Auditorium. Accessible seating is also available for patrons who require special seating but are not in a wheelchair, or for those accompanying someone with special seating needs. Accessible locations vary by venue, therefore we urge patrons with special needs or requests to notify the Box Office.


The Performing Arts Center and Alton Auditorium have “stadium seating” to allow optimum visibility. However, this means that there are stairs to most rows. If you have any mobility issues, please inform our Box Office staff upon ordering tickets so they may seat you according to your needs.  Our ushers will also gladly assist you at the time of the performance.


Accessible parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis in the lots around the performance venues. Placards are required.


The Performing Arts Center has an accessible ramp off of Parking Lot 6. Automatic door openers are located on all entrance way doors to each venue and can be activated by pushing the wheelchair button.


A wheelchair-accessible elevator for the mezzanine level of the Performing Arts Center is located off the main lobby, next to the restrooms.

*Please take note that the Experimental Theatre is below ground level and there is no elevator. A wheelchair lift attached to the staircase is available for those who wish to use it.

NJ Relay 711

New Jersey Relay Service (NJRS) is a free, statewide phone service that enables people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or speech disabled to communicate effectively over the telephone.

Listening Assistive Devices

Wireless hearing enhancement systems are available free of charge on a first come, first served basis at the Box Office at the time of the performance.


Large Print Programs are available free of charge on a first come, first served basis at the time of the performance.


All venues feature wheelchair-accessible restrooms. For the Experimental Theatre, accessible restrooms are located in the Performing Arts Center lobby only.

Service Animals

Service dogs are welcome in the theater and may stay in the patrons seating area during the performance.