Upcoming Events - All Welcome
Environmental Studies Program Seminars: Mondays, 3:35 pm in AS108.
April 29 - Professor Michael Geller, Senior Projects & Internships of Graduating Students
Sustainability Living/Learning Community Events: 6 PM in L-112, Wednesdays
April 24 - Jim Walsh (Eastern Region (Food & Water Watch) Protecting Our Water Supply
"Being located in one of the most environmentally sensitive areas in the nation, the Pinelands National Reserve, we are acutely aware of our responsibility to grow in harmony with the environment."
- President, Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr.
New Jersey's Green College is celebrated for its award-winning building projects, as well as its unique, interdisciplinary academic offerings.
STOCKTON'S NATURAL WORLD, a blog by Professor Jack Connor, highlights the beauty of our campus and activities of our students. Includes link to student written Ecological Trail Guide.
GREEN CAREERS - Stockton graduates do meaningful work in a wide variety of settings.
Keeping its promise to be a steward of the environment, Stockton’s first commitment in construction is to use environmentally appropriate systems and materials to enhance the campus and remain true to its unique unspoiled environs. Stockton has continued to lead in the development of buildings that use alternative energy systems and sustainable designs. The College's 2009 Facilities Master Plan demonstrates Stockton’s commitment to develop the campus in a way that reflects the College’s special culture and programs.
Stockton received the prestigious 2008 Green Project of Distinction Award from Education Design Showcase for its Housing V residence hall project. The design incorporated geothermal heating and cooling using closed-loop technology and provisions to accommodate a future solar hot water system. This newest residence complex exemplifies how Stockton strives to refresh it's vision for the campus and capitalize on it's identity as New Jersey’s Green College in the Pinelands National Reserve.