Greetings from the Cape May County Campus — May 20, 2016

Submitted by Tammy DeFranco

The Admissions team hosted students from Richard M. Teitlelman Middle School at our campus for a “College and Career Exploration Day” May 6. Kristin Jackson, director, admissions and college recruitment, said, “I can’t thank you all enough for your wonderful work today at the CMCC with our Richard M. Teitlelman Middle School eighth graders. The guidance counselors were very happy with how the event played out and said that this is definitely something they want to continue to do.”

Wendy Gray: a huge “thank you” to you for providing a comprehensive tour of the CMCC.  The counselors and students were definitely impressed.

Glenda Stogel and Erin Adasczik: your presentations were excellent and the students seemed to really enjoy them. The counselors were appreciative of the information you provided about Atlantic Cape and potential college/career pathways.

Carol Fraone: Thank you for your help in coordinating/implementing this event.

Excellent team work on yet another successful event.


Dr. Mitchell Levy, vice president student affairs and branch campus management, and Tammy DeFranco, director of student services at Cape May Campus, spoke about the Student Success and Career Planning Center at the Cape May  County Campus to the Lower Township Chamber of Commerce May 12. We received positive feedback and did some great networking with local organizations. In fact, the other speakers were from Lower Township High School and they had visited our college through Admissions in December regarding careers, and spoke very highly of our campus and the career component.


Wendy Gray, program officer, hosted an “Instant Decision Day” for Stockton University on May 18. Representatives from Stockton met with Tammy DeFranco, director of student services, and expressed how very impressed they were with our college and our career center. They met with nine students (graduates) to transfer. Great job, Wendy.



Congratulations to Curtis Fitzpatrick, facilities; whose granddaughter, Jada Ford, graduated from Rigley High School and received a three-year scholarship from Neumann College. Grandpa Curtis is proud of his granddaughter.

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