School of Arts & Humanities
The arts and humanities are flourishing at Stockton, which is good news for students, parents, and the communities in which they live and work.
The arts and humanities are not only the heart and soul of the liberal arts, but they provide the skills—innovation, critical thinking, oral and written communication, and complex-problem solving—that employers have identified as most crucial to success in life after college.
The artists and scholars who make up the faculty of the School of Arts and Humanities demonstrate their mastery of these skills through their own increasingly prominent scholarly and creative work and through their teaching. The faculty’s ongoing commitment to pedagogical innovation gives students exciting opportunities to apply what they have learned through exhibitions, performances, presentations, research, internships, and travel. We welcome you to the School of Arts and Humanities, where students have the best of both worlds: they study what they love and get the skills they need.
- Dr. Lisa Honaker, Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities
Stockton University has launched a wide-ranging effort to articulate 10 essential learning outcomes (ELOs) that students should achieve during their university experience here. These outcomes combine Stockton’s flexible and distinctive liberal arts education with real-world, practical skills. The result: ELOs will help all Stockton University students focus on the intellectual and marketable talents needed to prepare for personal and professional success in the 21st century. The School of Arts and Humanities supports the ELOs and incorporates them within its programs of study.
Arts & Humanities Alumni Spotlights
The School of Arts & Humanities offers a wide range of cultural and academic programming.
- Mena Cheon's 'Polipop" Art at Noyes Gallery at Claridge