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“Advancing from the accomplishments of our past, our future prospects are great. The four themes of Stockton provide the foundation for our future as we advance learning, engagement, global education, and sustainability.” —


— PRESIDENT HERMAN J. SAATKAMP, JR.


Under thenewownership, Stocktonwill allowDolce Hotels and Resorts and Troon Golf to continue to operate both the hotel and golf courses, respectively. Along with Seaview, Stockton also ventured off-campus for its February


2010 collaboration with Oceanville’s Noyes Museum of Art, a cultural fixture in the area since 1983. New renovations made possible through the collaboration were to foster increased educational programs and exhibitions for the public.


 As with education and outreach, a competitive four-year college today


can hardly be considered complete without a solid sports program. At Stockton, the department that houses the 17 teams carrying the


Osprey name, along with the intramural and club teams, is flourishing due to a long history of athletic support. “Stockton has fostered an environment that has allowed our teams to


compete on a national level by building facilities such as the Sports Center, G. Larry James Stadium and the new Stockton Turf Field, hiring full-time coaches andstaff, andmaking a commitment to give our teams the resources to succeed,” Chris Rollman, Sports Information Director, said. “The result has been an athletic program that continues to add to a tradition of success that includes conference, regional and national championships.”


The school served as training site for the Saudi Arabia World Cup Soccer


team in 1994 and again in 1996 for their Olympic training camp. In May of 2000, the $17-million Sports Center was completed along with other field upgrades, which helped to further establish the Ospreys as a force in Division III athletics.


 From the time students first gathered in the make-shift classrooms of a


ramshackle hotel in 1971, the college has experienced massive growth and transformation. “We are now one of the most highly ranked state colleges and universities


in the nation,” President Saatkamp said. “With nearly 40,000 alumni our impact in the community, region and nation continues to grow.” Whether in a campus classroom, on the banks of the Nacote Creek


research facility, or in the halls of Seaview Resort, Stockton students today appear to have the most comprehensive tools right at their fingertips. As the 40-year-mark of teaching approaches, the school’smanymilestones


provide insight into what kind of a future the community can expect. For Stockton’s President, that future is based on the sound principles that helped foster the school’s current success in higher education. 


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