Here’s the Scoop–May 11, 2018

Cape May County Campus Gets New Signage

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Atlantic Cape’s Cape May County Campus had a brand new sign installed on Friday, May 4, just in time for the inaugural Farmers Market that will be taking place there beginning June 28.  Learn more about the market here.

Dr. Denise Coulter, dean of liberal studies, shared the following:
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Inductees present for the ceremony, Michael Adams, Sajida Akhtu, Samantha Carey, Jordan Clark, Yadira Delgado, Alicia Riddick, Andre Robinson, Carissa Roselli, Idalis Santana, Leslie Serrano, Melissa Trinh and Joseph Venezia.

The Phi Theta Kappa induction ceremony was held on Thursday, May 3, in the Walter Edge Theater of Atlantic Cape Community College’s Mays Landing Campus.

man standing at podium with three women sitting behind him

Seated from left to right, Courtney Rice, guest speaker, Orasalia (Lia) Palapanis, outgoing executive vice president; and Holly R. Schultheis, adviser. Standing is outgoing president David Smith.

Speakers included Dr. Josette Katz, John Ortiz of Rowan College at Gloucester County, who is the current New Jersey Associate Regional Coordinator; and former New Jersey PTK president and Atlantic Cape alumna Courtney Rice.

 NJEA PRIDE members working diligently to get hundreds of water bottles labeled in time for the graduating class and their families.
men and women working around table labeling water bottles

Cardio Line Dance classes are in full swing… but more can come, it’s not too late…

Classes will be from 5-6:30 p.m. on Mondays, May 14 and 21, in Room C119.

Comfortable clothing, sneakers, and water are all you need!

Reserve your spot with Angela Stewart at ext. 5267 or email

Carol Fraone, college recruiter, shared the following admissions and recruitment updates: 
Cape May Coast Guard Community Event, Saturday, May 5:
woman at table outside
Aging Out Event at Stockton University, May 7:
woman standing at table

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