Stockton University Announces Millions More invested soon with Phase 11 at Atlantic City Campus

Dated: March 14 2020

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Atlantic City — A groundbreaking for the second phase of Stockton University’s Atlantic City campus, a 400-bed residential building, is planned for March 27.

A flyer posted on Facebook by the Public Relations Council of Greater Atlantic City announced the groundbreaking at 12:30 p.m. with state Senate President Steve Sweeney and Gov. Phil Murphy in O’Donnell Memorial Park, across the street from the new structure.

“We are excited to be able to expand our presence in Atlantic City and contribute to creating a more diversified economy,” Stockton President Harvey Kesselman said. “The new residence hall will allow even more students to live, learn and earn in Atlantic City through academic, internship and employment opportunities.”

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