In The News–Oct. 7, 2016

newspaperThe Press of Atlantic City featured the recent groundbreaking of the new Student Success and Career Planning Center here and SNJToday featured it here.

SNJToday featured Atlantic Cape being named a Leader College by Achieving the Dream here. 

The Press of Atlantic City featured Atlantic Cape’s Sept. 17 Community Day here.

The college’s presidential search finalists were posted here by The Cape May County Herald, and here by The Press of Atlantic City.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, executive vice president, planning, research and facilities and dean, Worthington Atlantic City Campus, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about the economic state of the region.

The Cape May County Herald previewed the Sept. 17 Community Day in this post.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the college offering a substitute teacher seminar.

The Cape May County Herald published the recent scholarship donation to the college from Rio Auto Body here. 

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the late-start online classes being offered by the college beginning Oct. 24.

The Cape May County Herald posted about Crest Wealth Management signing on as an Honors Sponsor for the Oct. 7 Scramble “Fore” Scholarships Golf Tournament here.

The Press of Atlantic City featured The Educators’ Mission Day with college staff and the Army National Guard in this article.

The college’s 3+1 Nursing Degree option with Rutgers was mentioned in this Press of Atlantic City article.

The Cape May County Herald posted here about the Sept. 16 open house for the Academy of Culinary Arts.

The Cape May County Herald posted about the last chance to register for the Oct. 7 Scramble “Fore” Scholarships Golf Tournament here.

The college’s Cape May Campus being the venue for “Active Shooter Training” was published here by the Cape May County Herald.

The Oct. 16 college-wide open house was posted here by The Cape May County Herald.

Dr. Mitchell Levy, vice president of Student Affairs and dean of the Cape May County Campus, being named a director of Cape May County Chamber of Commerce was posted here by The Cape May County Herald.

Middle Township Committee passing a resolution recognizing the college’s 50th anniversary was posted here by The Cape May County Herald.

The Vineland Daily Journal posted about the Oct. 7 Scramble “Fore” Scholarships Golf Tournament here.

The college art gallery’s “Show Atlantic Cape” exhibit reception was mentioned here by The Press of Atlantic City.

The college’s “Financial Aid Nights” workshops were posted here by The Cape May County Herald, and here by ShoreNewsToday.com.

Dr. Richard Perniciaro, executive vice president, planning, research and facilities and dean, Worthington Atlantic City Campus, was quoted in this casino.org article about the closure of the Taj Mahal.

James Taggart, professor of computer information systems, was quoted in this Press of Atlantic City article about the use of drones in South Jersey.

The Press of Atlantic City did a feature story on where Atlantic Cape sees itself in the next 50 years here.

 

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