Kramer Hall Events
Located minutes from both the Atlantic City Expressway and Route 30, rooms at Stockton University—Kramer Hall may be leased for meetings, conferences, and other special events.
Choose your venue:
Our three multi-purpose classrooms can accommodate 30-50 persons (depending on desired setup) and our movable tables can be arranged to best suit your needs. All classrooms are equipped with the following: electronic lectern podium, projection and screen, integrated sound system, lapel microphone, and multiple whiteboards.
Classrooms 201 and 301:
Our meeting room can comfortably accommodate up to 12 persons. Electronics can connect to the television/monitor via HDMI cable.
Our computer lab is equipped with 24 workstations, electronic lectern podium, projection and screen, integrated sound system, microphone,
Noyes Art Galleries
Please contact Christina.Birchler@stockton.edu to inquire about space in either Noyes Art Gallery.
This art gallery is located on the first floor and can accommodate up to 75 persons, depending on the current exhibit and desired setup. This gallery is equipped with a large-screen television.
This art gallery is a unique space on the first floor that can accommodate up to 50 persons, depending on the current exhibit and desired setup.
We have 39 parking spaces on location and free street parking on Front Street and Passmore Avenue.
Kramer Hall is ADA Compliant. For all questions about Accessibility or to request an accommodation, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (609) 626-3840.
Off campus locations, such as Atlantic City, Hammonton, Manahawkin, and Woodbine, have the option to use Chartwells or register an external vendor.
The event sponsor must register the caterer. The vendor will be required to provide the following documentation*:
1.) Business/Mercantile License
2.) Food Safety ServSafe Certification
3.) Sanitary Inspection Report from a Division of Public Health
4.) Liability Insurance ($1M per occurrence/$2M per aggregate), Stockton University and the State of NJ named as additional insured.
(The vendor must setup/clean-up and will not have access to any of Chartwells facilities. All requests to serve alcohol must go through Chartwells.)
*Kramer Hall has several local vendors that we can recommend, should you need catering accommodations.
In an effort to ensure that all minors receive an enriching, educational, and safe experience, The University has developed a policy with procedures for the protection of minors. Please review this policy before planning events that involve minors.
If your organization is interested in requesting facilities and support services for an event at Stockton University, please submit an "Event Inquiry" to the Office of Event Services and Campus Center Operations or contact us directly. If facilities and services are available to support your event, the University will issue an Agreement for Organization's Use of University's Facilities.
Contracts issued over 30 days in advance:
50% non-refundable deposit due, along with the certificate of insurance within 15 business days from the date of the issued contract or the reservation will be canceled. Remaining balance due 7 business days prior to start date. All payments are non-refundable.
Contracts issued less than 30 prior to the start date:
Full payment and certificate of insurance due at least 7 business days prior to the start date. Payment is non-refundable.
The University requires outside organizations to have a $1,000,000 (each occurrence) and $3,000,000 aggregate, bodily injury and liability policy issued by a Class A company, with The University and The State of New Jersey noted on a certificate of insurance as additionally insured for the activity and time period of the organization's use of The University's facilities. The certificate must be received no less than 5 business days prior to the start of the rental dates. If minors under the age of eighteen (18) will be in attendance during any portion of the program or if minors under the age of 18 will be on staff for the program, the organization must have a sexual abuse/molestation endorsement in their commercial general liability insurance policy. A copy of the endorsement must be forwarded along with the certificate of insurance. Organizations hosting events with participants under the age of 18 will also be required to comply with the University's Procedures on the Protection of Minors.