Within the Performing Arts program you can pursue a B.A. degree in Music with concentrations in Instrumental and Vocal Music Studies. Minors in Dance Studies, Theatre Studies, and Music Studies are also available.
At Stockton, performance opportunities are open to all students, regardless of their major, and can be taken for credit. Some ensembles, such as the Vocal Jazz Ensemble and the Stockton Select Chorale, require an audition. Other ensembles include Stockton Oratorio Society, Stockton University Chorus, Stockton Large Classical Ensemble, Stockton Small Classical Ensemble, and the Small Jazz Ensemble. In addition, private lessons are available through the Private Applied Music course in both instrumental and vocal music. Stockton is also home to several student-run music ensembles such as Highest Praise Gospel Choir, Stockton Music Union, and the Stockton A Capella Organization, which is comprised of Stockapella, Stockata, and the Stocktones.
Students have available an electronic piano lab, practice rooms, and two dance studios. There is also the Performing Arts Center complex, which houses a 550-seat main theatre, and a black box theatre, as well as scene and costume shops. Other performance venues include the recently renovated Alton Auditorium and the newly constructed Campus Center Theatre.