Leadership and Community Service
The Office of Student Development offers a variety of leadership trainings and opportunities for students Stockton University. Leadership opportunities are available within every student organization on campus. Serving in an executive position will allow students to gain skills in meeting management, event planning, marketing, budget management, and more. The following opportunities promote involvement and assist students in developing their leadership skills:
- Student Organization Officer Training
- Leadership Lunch Workshop Series
- John R. Elliott Character & Leadership Program
- Deeper SPACES Retreat
- OspreyAdvantage Co-Curricular Record Program
- Stockton Student Senate
- Graduate Student Council
For additional information on these programs, please contact the Office of Student Development at 609-652-4205 or e-mail GetInvolved@stockton.edu
The Office of Student Development provides opportunities for students to engage in community service activities on and off campus. The program strives to facilitate a learning experience for students to connect their service with academic and life experiences. The primary goal is for students to engage in service projects that meet the needs of the community and help students learn the value of civic responsibility.
Several student organizations, including all fraternities and sororities, offer multiple opportunities to give back to the local community.
The Office of Student Development works collaboratively with the Center for Community Engagement & Service-Learning to provide community based learning opportunities through civic engagement and service-learning.
- New Student Day of Service
- MLK Day of Service
- Center for Community Engagement & Service-Learning