In The News—April, Part 1

newspaper-154444_1280 communicatorThe Cape May County Herald Newspapers posted this release about FAFSA assistance  the college will provide April 22.

The college’s Lacrosse Club was mentioned here by NJ.com regarding their participation in a benefit for Donnie Farrell, a former Rowan University lacrosse team member who was killed in 2007. 

The college’s softball team was mentioned here by The Press of Atlantic City.

The college’s participation in the Cape May County Department of Tourism’s public relations campaign geared toward visitors from the northern part of the Quebec province was posted here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

The college’s nursing program was mentioned here by the Cape May County Herald Newspapers and here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

The Press of Atlantic City featured the college’s plans to add an evening cohort to the nursing program in this article.

Atlantic Cape Academy of Culinary Arts Chef Educator Annmarie Chelius was mentioned in this post from ShoreNewsToday.com.

The Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned here by The Press of Atlantic City in an article about the recent Jazz Brunch held at Careme’s.

The college’s recent open houses were posted here by The Press of Atlantic City.

Registration news for the upcoming summer sessions and fall semester was posted here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

An art installment featuring Atlantic Cape art faculty that will be displayed in the art gallery this fall was mentioned here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

Educational Opportunity Fund Graduate Achievement Awards given to Atlantic Cape students were featured here by The Cape May County Herald Newspaper.

The College Relations Department captured four awards in national and regional contests and was featured here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

Summer courses being offered at the college were posted here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

The college was mentioned in this article from ShoreNewsToday.com about senior citizens in Middle Township being educated on phone and email scams.

The college was also mentioned by ShoreNewsToday.com here regarding a faith-based business expo being held April 18.

ShoreNewsToday.com also posted about tech certifications being offered this spring and the current art exhibit celebrating the 30th anniversary of its Fine Arts Workshop series.

The Galloway Patch posted this release about William Morey being the 2015 Commencement keynote speaker at the college.

ShoreNewsToday.com posted this release about the Academy of Culinary Arts “What’s Cooking” show airing April 20 on the public access Channel 2 for Atlantic City residents and online.

ShoreNewsToday.com featured the recent Community Baby Shower that was held at the Cape May County Campus here.

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