Stockton University is a nationally ranked, public liberal arts and professional studies institution of the New Jersey system of higher education. It emphasizes excellence in scholarship, teaching, and student learning. Stockton offers a variety of post-baccalaureate certificate and graduate programs.
The MAHG program was founded in 1998 as the first program of its kind in the country. Through face-to-face and online courses taught by internationally renowned faculty, it offers a rigorous interdisciplinary approach to understanding the dynamics of genocide. The MAHG curriculum provides outstanding preparation for teachers, human rights professionals, museum curators, clergy, and others interested in Holocaust and Genocide Studies. Stockton University offers many facilities to support the study of the Holocaust and other genocides.
Since 1986, the Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center has been actively collecting the oral testimonies of Holocaust survivors, liberators, and rescuers, as well as assisting survivors in writing and publishing their memoirs. The Center recently completed a $1 million expansion, including the addition of state-of-the art multipurpose seminar room. The library boasts one of the most extensive English-language holdings on the Holocaust and other genocides of any comparable institution in the country. Additionally, the Center has helped many students reach their educational goals by providing scholarship opportunities.