Atlantic Cape Community College will offer a variety of credit courses this summer to accommodate a range of lifestyles. Whether you’re a current student, recent high school graduate or attending a four-year college and home for the summer, you can earn credits toward your degree during Atlantic Cape’s summer sessions. Choose from courses in art, aviation, business, communication, computers, English, math, science and more.
Students can register at the college’s Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike; the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus, 1535 Bacharach Blvd.; and the Cape May County Campus, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, Cape May Court House. Continue reading
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.” Continue reading
Dr. Mitchell A. Levy, vice president of student affairs and branch campus management, has been re-appointed to the NASPA Student Affairs Partnering with Academic Affairs Knowledge Community Promising Practices Award selection committee.
Brandi Megan Granett, adjunct instructor of English, will have a novel published Sept. 1, titled, “Triple Love Score.”
Atlantic Cape Community College awarded 854 associate in arts, associate in science and associate in applied science degrees at the school’s 49th commencement, Thursday, May 19. The Honorable H. Robert Switzer of Egg Harbor Township delivered the keynote address.
High honors student Kristina Krautblatt of Brigantine, who achieved a perfect 4.0 average, delivered the class farewell. Krautblatt earned an associate degree in psychology. She shared with graduates how she did not begin her college career until 20 years after high school, and did not want a traditional life. “I didn’t feel like high school was teaching me what I wanted to learn, and I thought college would be four more years of the same. So, I didn’t really know what I wanted to do, all I knew is that I didn’t want to follow the traditional life path that is laid out for us,” Krautblatt said. “We are moldable, adaptable creatures. Our fears, attitudes, and beliefs about ourselves and the world around us are not set in stone! We can continue to grow and learn at any age.” Continue reading
Atlantic Cape Community College will offer more than 100 courses online this fall as an option for those unable to attend classes in a traditional setting. The college offers 12 associate degree programs entirely online, as well as credits toward any of the college’s 49 degree programs. Fall classes begin Aug. 29.
Register online at www.atlantic.edu/fall or in person, Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at any of the college’s three locations: Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike; the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus, 1535 Bacharach Blvd.; and the Cape May County Campus, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, Cape May Court House.
Some online options this fall are: Financial Accounting, Essentials of Culinary Nutrition, Graphic Design, Criminal Law, Composition I, Educational Psychology, Western World I, College Algebra and more. Continue reading
The Academy of Culinary Arts awarded culinary medals and certificates to 25 new chefs and baking and pastry professionals prepared with the latest culinary knowledge on Monday, May 16.
Fifteen graduates honed their skills in the Academy’s Culinary Arts program, and nine completed the Baking and Pastry program. One short-term specialization certificate in Baking and Pastry was awarded.
The awards ceremony was held in Atlantic Cape Community College’s Walter Edge Theater on the Mays Landing Campus, and honored the graduates with gold, silver or bronze medals or certificates based on their grade point averages and criteria established by the American Culinary Federation. Specialization graduates received certificates of completion. A reception at Careme’s, the on-campus, student-run gourmet restaurant, followed the ceremony. Continue reading
Dr. Mitchell Levy, vice president of student affairs and branch campus management, and Sherwood Taylor, director of continuing education and workforce development, represented the college at a statewide meeting April 18 to discuss the implementation of the NJ Department of Labor and Workforce Development: Career Connections Initiative.
Caesar Niglio, master technician, student affairs, presented at the Ellucian Live 2016 Conference in Denver. The topic was “Student Planning: A Success Story” highlighting how Atlantic Cape Community College implemented student planning including, but not limited to, necessary changes to degree audit, sample plan creation, related program creation, implementation decisions, testing, training, student feedback and roll out.
The Atlantic Cape Choir, under the direction of Robyn McCullough, admissions, had its Spring 2016 Showcase May 5. The afternoon showcase was a 30-minute sneak peek of the full showcase that was presented that same evening.
Staff and faculty members joined the choir onstage for their opening number, “We Are the World,” which was performed in the Quad on Earth Day. Joining them were Aline Milligan, student affairs; Lisa Givens, manager of student activities; Heather Peterson, registrar; and Joseph F. Berenato, adjunct instructor of English. Heather Peterson also played the piano to accompany the ladies of the Atlantic Cape Choir for their rendition of “Papa, Can You Hear Me” from Yentl. Continue reading
Dear College Community,
During a news conference Monday at Camden County College, Gov. Chris Christie highlighted Atlantic Cape’s Math Boot Camp as an outstanding example of successful programs targeting high school students with innovative developmental support to enable them to succeed in college.
Atlantic Cape has offered Math Boot Camp, which is funded by a College Readiness Now grant from the state, four times. Math Boot Camp is free to select students who need to complete one or two developmental math courses. Continue reading
Dr. Peter L. Mora, president of Atlantic Cape, attended the annual Father Thom Schiavo Brotherhood Service on May 6, at Beth El Synagogue in Margate.
Dr. Mora was the recipient of the Father Thom Schiavo Brotherhood Award a few years ago.
Dr. Peter L. Mora, president of Atlantic Cape, pictured with Dr. Harvey Kesselman, president of Stockton University and 2016 recipient of the Father Thom Schiavo Community Service Award. (Donna Connor Photo)
This year’s award recipients were: Father Thom Schiavo Brotherhood Award, Don Williams; Father Thom Schiavo Interfaith Award, Dr. Maryann McLoughlin; and Father Thom Schiavo Community Service Award, Dr. Harvey Kesselman.
People of all faiths were welcome to attend.