Lactation Information and Resources

The University values and encourages nursing parents in the employment and education environment.  The maps below show lactation room locations at both the Galloway and Atlantic City campuses. Once you determine which location(s) will meet your needs, contact the best person below to sign up for swipe access with your Stockton ID. 

If you have additional questions, or would like to add a location to this list, please contact the Women's, Gender & Sexuality Center at 609-626-3611.

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Campus Maps of Lactation Rooms (Galloway and Atlantic City)


Lactation Room services are available to faculty, staff, students and visitors

  • Employees/University Visitors - Contact Dawn Channell, ext: 5819 in Human Resources

  • Students - Sign up for access at the Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Center in F-103

  • After hours- Ask for guest access at the Information Booth in Campus Center, Main Campus; Atlantic City- go to information desk in the Academic Center for guest swipe access.

  • Hammonton, Manahawkin, Woodbine Campuses: While there are no designated lactation rooms at these campuses, please contact the individual campus' staff persons or front desk to secure a private room for your pumping needs.  You will need to provide your own cooler with ice pack for storage.

Most of the lactation rooms have the following: an inside door lock,  a small refrigerator, a chair, table, sink, soap, paper towels.

Cleaning & Sanitizing: Nursing parents are responsible for bringing their own equipment and cleaning up after each use.  This is not only out of respect for the next user, but to prevent contamination and illness transmission.  You should clean breast milk spills after each use and dispose of trash properly.  Cleaning wipes and paper towels should be provided in each room.  Please note that these products should never be used to sanitize your personal equipment.

Privacy: To respect the priacy of all Lactation Room users, please knock loudly before attempting to access the rooms.  Some rooms will have occupancy signs posted, for user's convenience.

Breast Milk Storage: Refrigeration/storage is provided in most of the rooms, but you may need to provide your own cooler with ice pack if there is no storage area in the room you are using. You may also store your clearly marked items in the WGSC (F-103).  Please see a staffperson for assistance with storage at the center.

  • Family Experience serves as a resource to help enhance parents’ and family members’ understanding of the university experience in order to successfully and appropriately empower their students.
  • Emergency baby supplies are available in F-103 lactation room if parents need diapers, formula, clothing and/or other basic necessities for their children. Supply varies depending on donations, check with a staffperson or student worker.  If you have items to donate (new only), please consider donating them to F-103.
  • Breastfeeding Resources from the Office on Women's Health, US Department of Health & Human Services Site
  • La Leche League International was formed in 1956, in Franklin Park, IL by a group of seven mothers who wanted to provide breastfeeding help and support to interested parents. Find local support and online support groups.
  • U.S. Breastfeeding Committee is an independent nonprofit coalition of more than 100 influential professional, educational, and governmental organizations that share a common mission to drive collaborative efforts for pollicy and practices that create a landscape of breastfeeding support across the United States.
  • MOBI stands for Mothers Overcoming Breastfeeding Issues.  It was founded by and for parents who grieved their unsuccessful breastfeeding relationships.  They were surprised and comforted to find others had similar experiences.  Their mutual support enabled some parents to find solutions or closure.
  • Parent Link - Breastfeeding Support, State Services and Resources in New Jersey