University Properties: Instructional Sites

Kramer Hall / Hammonton Center

Address: 30 Front Street, Hammonton NJ 08037

Located in the cultural hub of historic downtown Hammonton, Stockton University’s Kramer Hall provides students the opportunity to advance their careers through various undergraduate, graduate and continuing and professional education opportunities. The facility features state-ofthe-art classrooms, seminar rooms, a computer lab, and an Art Gallery. In addition, Kramer Hall is home to the Noyes Museum of Art, NJ Child Welfare Training Partnership Southern Region, Murphy Writing Center, South Jersey Cultural Alliance, the Master of Arts in Counseling and the Master of Science in Data Science and Strategic Analytics.

Dedicated in 2013, Kramer Hall is a 13,620 SF building that was originally built in 1959 as the Bertino/National Garment Factory. This rehabilitated wood frame structure is located on .65 acres with the main entrance on Front Street. The parking lot consist of 36 standard parking spaces and 2 accessible spaces. Also, due to limitations on the size of the property, the parking area is paved with pervious asphalt over a stone detention basin to satisfy the drainage requirements of the site.

Manahawkin Center

Address: 712 East Bay Avenue, Manahawkin NJ 08050

Stockton University at Manahawkin is home to Stockton’s Accelerated BSN Nursing Program. Formerly Rothman Institute Orthopedics, the expanded location serves Stockton’s nursing students.

The facility is located in the Manahawkin Plaza and is comprised of 2 unattached storefront locations. The first location was developed in 2012 and consist of a 3,200 SF two-classroom facility. Each classroom has an occupancy of 35 seats and provides academic courses and continuing education for area residents.

The second location is an 8,000 SF facility dedicated to Stockton’s nursing program. The space includes a reception desk, 36-seat classroom, student lounge, 5 offices, staff lounge, work room, restroom facilities, 7 physical assessment examination rooms, one of which includes a talking simulator, conference room demonstration area, and a foundation lab with 6 hospital beds complete with simulated patients.

Nacote Creek, Coastal Research Center

Address: 30 Wilson Avenue, Port Republic NJ 08241

The Coastal Research Center (CRC) originated in 1981 to assist local municipalities with coastal environmental issues related to recurring storm damage and shoreline retreat.

Since then the CRC has been working on shoreline monitoring and assessment programs with the State of New Jersey and various municipalities and has grown into a nationally known organization.

The CRC also utilizes Stockton’s Marine Field Station, which includes the use of Stockton’s fleet of research vessels for various projects.

The Marine Field Station is located on a 6.5-acre property in Port Republic. The property is comprised of 6 wood frame buildings totaling approximately 6,000 SF for support of field and laboratory courses as well as student and faculty research. There is a dock for University vessels and a marina with boat launch for easy access to the ocean.

The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage / Woodbine Center

Address: 610 Washington Avenue, Woodbine NJ 08270

Stockton University’s Woodbine Instructional Site (The Sam Azeez Museum of Woodbine Heritage) in Cape May County encourages lifelong learning by providing opportunities for personal and professional growth. The 2,800sf addition, Anne Azeez Hall officially opened in April 2013, adding to Stockton’s range of convenient locations. This 2-classroom one-story facility is a masonry structure with a concrete slab on grade floor and green roof. When needed, a moveable partition wall can be retracted to combine the 2 classrooms into one multi-purpose space accommodating up to 60 people. The synagogue is a 5,745 SF masonry and wood structure still used today for religious services. The buildings sit on a 1.2-acre site with 15 parking spaces and 1 accessible space with access from Washington Avenue.