Academic Centers

Carnegie CenterCarnegie Center
In the heart of Atlantic City, Carnegie hosts undergraduate and graduate courses, continuing professional education programs and special events supporting the needs of Atlantic City and its surrounding region. Carnegie serves Stockton University, the residents of Atlantic City and the region as an educational facility, a meeting place and a conference center.

Center for Academic Advising 
The Center works closely with current, transfer and prospective students, answering questions about curriculum, graduation requirements and other issues that can help students achieve their educational goals.

Center for Public Safety & Security
The Center for Public Safety & Security at Stockton University is an academic initiative in partnership with our State’s public safety and security sectors, and is dedicated to providing training, consulting and resources that support professional excellence throughout the industry.

Coastal Research Center (CRC) 
The CRC maintains coastal zone management and assessment of New Jersey’s coastal region. It works with local municipalities on issues relating to storm damage and shoreline retreat. The CRC is a resource for geotechnical data working on numerous projects with federal, state and municipal governments. 

The Interdisciplinary Center for Hellenic Studies (ICHS)
ICHS aims to promote and assist in the study and teaching of Hellenism through the many fields that define Greek civilization and culture. The areas of focus of the Center are wide, inclusive and diachronic, representing all aspects of Hellenic culture.

Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality and Tourism
The Levenson Institute was established to provide research, training and management for these industries. Under the Lloyd D. Levinson Institute umbrella, Stockton offers certificate programs in Gaming Management, promotes applied research and scholarship targeted to the industry and will run an annual survey of the effectiveness of New Jersey tourism promotion.

Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center
Named a “Center for Excellence” by the Jewish Foundation for the Righteous, the resource center provides a wealth of opportunity to study, research and honor those who lived through and died in the Holocaust. Located in the upper level of the University library, the Center provides educational material for students who choose to minor or receive their master’s degree in Holocaust and Genocide Studies.

Small Business Development Center (SBDC)
Housed at the Carnegie Library Center, the SBDC is part of a national partnership between state and federal government, the private sector and higher education. The program is designed to provide assistance services to establish new enterprises and promising start-ups, with the objective of increased economic activity.
 
Southern Regional Institute (SRI) and Educational Technology Training Center 
Providing technology training for K–12 superintendents, principals and other administrators, the SRI helps teachers to strengthen their knowledge of math and science education and to enhance their teaching skills. The SRI includes school districts and other regional organizations in Atlantic, Cumberland, Cape May, Ocean and Burlington counties.

Stockton Center for Community Schools (SCCS)
Located in the School of Education, the SCCS works with public schools in creating positive change for students, teachers, and staff, as well as its neighborhoods and communities. SCCS achieves this through partnering with community groups already at work in supporting schools in the area, such as AtlantiCare, Boys and Girls Club, and the United Way.

Stockton Center for Economic and Financial Literacy (SCEFL)
SCEFL aims to promote economic and financial literacy among teachers and students in the New Jersey schools. The Center’s primary mission is to assist P–12 teachers with content and best practices in pedagogy to enhance learning. SCEFL also partners with business, non-profit, parent and adult organizations and groups on workshops and research to advance financial capability and economic well-being.

Stockton Center on Successful Aging (SCOSA)
SCOSA promotes education, research and services to the local, regional and statewide aging population. The Center’s core mission is to encourage older residents to “age successfully” through involvement in their community. Autobiography workshops, the Memory Walk for the National Alzheimer’s Association and issues such as healthcare are just a few of the many discussion, programs and events that are provided by SCOSA.

William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy
The Hughes Center serves as a catalyst for research, analysis and innovative policy solutions on the economic, social and cultural issues facing southern New Jersey. The Center serves as a forum for public discussion of policy issues, engaging both citizens and policy makers to discuss issues in a manner that encourages public debate.