Monthly Archives: November 2018

Nominations for Atlantic Cape Distinguished Alumni Due Feb. 1

Atlantic Cape Community College’s Alumni Association Advisory Committee is now accepting nominations for the 2019 President’s Distinguished Alumni Award. The award recognizes Atlantic Cape graduates who have distinguished themselves through professional, personal, public or community-based accomplishments.

This prestigious award demonstrates Atlantic Cape’s dedication to strengthening its alumni relations. Visit to nominate an Atlantic Cape graduate for this honor by Friday, Feb. 1. Nominations received after the deadline will be considered with next year’s group of nominees.

To recognize the Atlantic Cape Foundation’s 40th Anniversary, the Alumni Advisory Committee will select four recipients for the 2019 award; one each from the late-1960’s/1970’s, 1980’s, 1990’s, and 2000’s. The Alumni Advisory Committee will additionally select four nominees under the age of 40 that represent our finest rising stars. New for this year, the Top Four Under 40 category serves to recognize young alumni that are excelling in their professions, contributing to their communities, and demonstrating a commitment to Atlantic Cape’s mission and values. The committee will present these recipients to the college president for approval.

Recipients of the President’s Distinguished Alumni Award are honored during a special dinner hosted by Careme’s Restaurant on the Mays Landing Campus. Recipients will also be recognized at the college’s commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 23, 2019.

To learn more about previous recipients of the President’s Distinguished Alumni Award, please visit For more information, contact Kristin Jackson at or 609-463-3621.

December 2018 Events at Atlantic Cape

Atlantic Cape Community College is hosting the following events during the month of December:
Dec. 4, 5-6:30 p.m.:  Free Financial Aid Workshop, 5-6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 4, in Room 132 of the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus. Registration is required, and students may register and obtain more information by calling 609-343-4822 or by sending an email to
Dec. 5, 12:30-2 p.m.: Free Financial Aid Workshop, 12:30-2 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 5, in Room S205 of the Mays Landing Campus. Registration is required, and students may register and obtain more information by calling 609-343-4822 or by sending an email to
Dec. 5, 5:30-7: p.m.: Health Career Planning Session, 5:30-7 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 5, in Room C3 of the Mays Landing Campus. This session will review regional training and career options, explore employment and educational opportunities, and provide information about entry-level positions through advanced technical training and degree programs. Registration is required, and students may register and obtain more information by calling 609-343-5048 or by sending an email to
Dec. 5, 6-9 p.m.: Academy of Culinary Arts Holiday Cookies Workshop, 6-9 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 5, in Kitchen 1 (M-Building) of the Mays Landing Campus. For more information or to register, call 609-343-5655.
Dec. 8, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.: Academy of Culinary Arts New Year’s Eve Party Menu Workshop, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 8, in Kitchen 1 (M-Building) of the Mays Landing Campus. For more information or to register, call 609-343-5655.

Dec. 12, 6-9 p.m.: Academy of Culinary Arts Italian Desserts Workshop, 6-9 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 12, in Kitchen 1 (M-Building) of the Mays Landing Campus. For more information or to register, call 609-343-5655.
The Mays Landing Campus is located at 5100 Black Horse Pike in Mays Landing; the Cape May County Campus is located at 341 Court House-South Dennis Road in Cape May Court House; and the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus is located at 1535 Bacharach Blvd. in Atlantic City. The Academy of Culinary Arts is located at the college’s Mays Landing Campus.


December Birthdays

Happy birthday to the full-time faculty and staff celebrating in December:

Josette Katz, Dec. 3; Denise Petro, Dec. 7; Karen Zaniewski, Dec. 9; Dolores Giannini, Jolie Masters, Dec. 10; Edwin Nieves, Harry Whitelam, Dec. 11; Tonya Cooper, Dec. 12; Leslie Atherholt, Michelle Andrews, Dec. 13; Matthew Miller, Dec. 14; Tammy DeFranco, Michele Leacott, Charita McClain, Pam Baker, Virginia Macrie, Dec. 16; Crista Golden, Dec. 20; Cheryl Ann Garwood, Dec. 22; Lisa Stein, Dec. 27; Carolyn Coulter, Maria Giordano, Dec. 28.

Happy birthday to the part-time faculty and adjunct professors celebrating in December:

Monique JohnsSilvia Schottinger Dec. 2; Linda FichetolaErnest Gratz, Dec. 4; Brandie Cesari, Dec. 6; Aida Colon, Douglas Dimeler, Dec. 7; Cheryl Crews-Lynch, Susan Elmer, Dec. 9; Michael Seidenstricker, Dec. 10; Raymond Lopez, Kathleen McCabePeggy McFarlane, Dec. 11; Maxine Patroni, Dec. 13; Thomas Kluxen, Mary Miklasz, Dec. 14; Michael Rowan; Dec. 17; Dorothea DunayerLester Keeper, Dec. 18; Jen Lee, Dec. 19; Eddy Demosthene, Dec. 21; Ralph IvieKevin Garcia-Rios, Dec. 22; Sherry Jurasinski, Dec. 23; Michael JohnsonAllison KellySusan OlaschinezDonna Szemcsak, Dec. 24; Scott ChernoffChristina Michalowski, Dec. 25; Debra Scott, Dec. 28; Keith Carmack, Dec. 29; Edward DormerPatricia Kennedy, Dec. 30; Frederick Daniel, Dec. 31.

Here’s the Scoop – Nov. 21

A message from Donna Vassallo, Dean, Worthington Atlantic City Campus: 

The Worthington Atlantic City Campus was proud to participate in “Chalk About AC,” an event hosted today by the Atlantic City Arts Foundation held on Saturday, Oct. 14.  The chalk effort, in its third year, is one of several the foundation has been working on in the city to foster art and inspiration. Over 120 students worked alongside local artists in beautifying Brown’s Park and other AC locations with chalk art.  Atlantic Cape was the host site for registration and lunch.

A message from Susan DePhilippis, Associate Professor of ESL and Chair, General Studies Degree Program Advisory Committee:

The ESL and Modern Languages Department is grateful to its new partners who have formed an advisory board for the General Studies Program. At its inaugural meeting on October 17, 2018, the committee offered a variety of practical, useful ideas for application to the program, particularly advising strategies for students to stay on track toward graduation.

The committee is a combination of representatives from the EHT Chick-Fil-A (Josh Maxwell, Mina Kim and Rick Paton); ACUA (Harry Gallagher); the United States Air Force (TSgt Christina Noriega); Stockton University (Dr. Rob Gregg); Rutgers University (Elizabeth Moore and Jason Jankowski); and Atlantic Cape administrators and faculty (Dr. Denise Coulter, Gwen McIntyre, Stephanie Natale-Boianelli, Dr. Curtis Andrews, Dr. Augie Nigro, Susan DePhilippis).


PICTURE:  Dr. Gregg, Harry Gallapgher, Mina Kim, Rick Paton, Stephanie Natale-Boianella,  Dr. Nigro, Dr. Coulter, Dr. Andrews, Susan DePhilippis, Jason Jankowski, Elizabeth Moore, TSgt Christina Noriega, Gwen McIntyre

A message from Denise-Marie Coulter, Dean of Liberal Studies:

Professor Tony DeLuca had guitarist Teddy Royal visit his Music Appreciation class at Worthington Center to discuss with students his experience as a professional musician. Royal, a guitarist, was born in New York, but he traveled the world playing jazz, blues and rock and roll with a number of artists, including the Four Pennies, the Nevill brothers and Fats Domino. He said the latter was like a father figure to him and a terrific cook, let alone an amazing musical artist. Royal demonstrated his talent for the students and answered their questions. Here is a photograph of Mr. Royal and Mr. DeLuca with the class.

IMG_9919.JPGPICTURE: Enoch Grigsby, Amy Aikens,Brandon Phan, Sierra Honeycutt, Mr. Teddy Royal, Professor DeLuca, Riley Gersham (also in first picture with Teddy and Prof. DeLuca), Quran Dabney, Karen Balderas, Jeremiah Lazorko,  Anirah Rex, Eden Lazorko.

Dr. Nancy Purcell’s Accelerated Learning Program (ALP) students recently collaborated on a research project focused on the causes of procrastination. They reported their findings on a bulletin board outside of their classroom for public consumption. Here is a picture of Dr. Purcell and the students who created the bulletin board.

IMG_9922.JPGPICTURE: Brett Cook, N’yak Bradley, Marc Depiero, Michelle Escoto, Aasia Muhammad, Sadaat Taylor, Hasib Ullah, Jennifer Asencio, Gabriella Taylor, Mohammed Khan and Atiyah Brooks.

A Message from Judy DeSalvo, Office Assistant, Academy of Culinary Arts:

I would like to thank the college community and my culinary family for the cards, prayers and condolences I received for the recent loss of my father.  It was truly appreciated.


Carol Fraone, College Recruiter, shared the following admissions and recruitment updates:

Egg Harbor Township Branch Library visit on Nov. 19:

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Career Fair at Schalick High School on Nov. 15:

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Winslow Township High School on Nov. 12:

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Fall Festival in Mays Landing on Nov. 10:

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NACAC National College Fair on Nov 1:

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Perth Amboy Recruitment Fair on Oct 26:

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Career Council at Riverwinds on Oct. 25:Career Council @riverwinds 10_25

Pennsauken High School College Fair on Oct. 17

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Camden Technical School College Fair Oct. 16: Camden Technical School College Fair

Life in the City Unity Day in Egg Harbor City on Oct. 13:



‘Tis the Season….For Giving! Give Back at Atlantic Cape


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NJ Employees Charitable Campaign: Now-Nov. 30

Atlantic Cape is proud to be a partner with New Jersey Employees Charitable Campaign (NJECC) to support our community at large. Donations to The Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation  can be made via payroll deduction, check, or credit card. For more information please contact Eileen Curristine at

Knock Knock Give A Sock Drive: Now-Dec. 15

Student Services at Worthington Campus is doing it’s Knock Knock Give A Sock Drive. All new socks collected will be donated to the Atlantic City Rescue Mission. Socks are the most needed item among the homeless. Last year, we collected over 200 socks. The collection box is located at the Atlantic City campus near the elevator, 1st floor. For more information, contact Cynthia Correa at

PTK Shoe Drive: Now-Dec. 15

Phi Theta Kappa students are collecting gently worn used and new shoes and boots.  All shoes welcomed as long as soles are intact! Collected shoes will be used to support micro-enterprise vendors.  Micro-enterprises are small businesses in developing nations. Collection boxes are on each campus. For more information, contact Effie Russell at




Greetings from the Cape May County Campus–Nov. 21, 2018

Submitted by Tammy DeFranco:

New Student Orientation on Oct. 16:


Dr. Tammy DeFranco, director Cape May Campus was happy to provide supportive college information at our New Student Orientation, October 16, 2018 to NJ Stars student; Joshuamel Osoria and winner of the gift card

PTK C4 Completion Challenge Week:

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Dr. Tammy DeFranco, director Cape May Campus worked with Holly Schultheis; PTK Advisor in signing up students for the C4 Completion.

New Freshman Senator Selected:


Congratulations to student; Kaitlin Manson on her proud accomplishment as our Freshman Senator representing Cape May. Kaitlin was very excited and is working on her degree in Education so she can become a Special Education teacher.

Pizza with the President on Oct. 4:

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Dr. President Gaba had pizza with students at the Cape May Campus. Students exchanged ideas and provided information.

Hispanic Heritage Month:

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Dr. Tammy DeFranco, director Cape May Campus and students with the Circle K club provided light refreshments honoring Hispanic Heritage month with Cuban coffee, Spanish desserts, and featured artist Frida Kahlo. Students enjoyed the wonderful flavors and thought it was a great way to start their morning. An extra benefit is that Circle K was able to sign-up more students to their club.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month:

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Dr. Tammy DeFranco, director Cape May Campus worked closely with C.A.R.A. (Coalition Against Rape and Abuse) to present The Clothesline Project to our students. The Clothesline Project depicts domestic violence trauma with drawings on t-shirts. There is also table of information on domestic violence and where to seek help for students.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month:


Cape May students (Circle K club and advisor Professor McElry) and staff recognized and honored Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Tribute to the Lenni-Lenape Nanticoke Tribe on Nov. 12: 

Dr. Tammy DeFranco, director Cape May Campus and Professor Cheryl Crews coordinated and organized a tribute to the Lenni-Lenape Nanticoke tribe on Monday, November 12, 2018. Students, employees, and the community joined in the celebration with dancing, art projects, and to learn about the Lenni-Lenape Nanticoke tribe from Chief Gould. Thank you S.G.A. for your support.

Veteran’s Honored on Nov. 12:

Dean Maria Kellett, of the Cape May Campus and Dr. Tammy DeFranco, director of the Cape May Campus honored our Veteran’s with Free coffee and cookies on Monday, November 12, 2018 and they appreciated such thoughtfulness. Thank you S.G.A. for your support.

A “spooktacular” event:

Circle K provided a haunting Halloween party for the students on Wednesday, October 31, 2018.

Find the Leadership Within Workshop on Nov. 16:

Dr. Tammy DeFranco, director Cape May Campus provide a “Find the Leadership Within” workshop for over 100 local high school students at the Peer Leadership Conference through Cape Assist at the Wildwood Convention Center on Friday, November 16, 2018.

In other news…

Dr. Tammy DeFranco, director Cape May Campus met with the counselors and superintendent of Wildwood High School about providing a “Career Day” for their students in January of 2019.

Dean Maria Kellett, Dean of the Cape May Campus and Dr. Tammy DeFranco, director of the Cape May Campus met with local high school principals in having their eight grade students visit in March 2019 for a Career Day.

Dean Maria Kellett, Dean of the Cape May Campus, hosted a Economic Development Meeting for Middle Township community members on Tuesday, November 20, 2018.

Atlantic Cape Community College Associate Professor of Business Receives Statewide Distinguished Faculty Award


PICTURE: NJCCC Chair Helen Albright, ACCC President Barbara Gaba, Ph.D., ACCC Associate Professor Karl Giulian, and NJCCC President Aaron Fichtner, Ph.D.

TRENTON, N.J.—On Friday, Nov. 16, as part of the Vision 2028 Leadership Summit, the New Jersey Council of County Colleges presented the statewide Community College Distinguished Faculty Award to Atlantic Cape Community College Area Coordinator and Associate Professor of Business Karl Giulian.

The Distinguished Faculty Award is presented annually to a New Jersey community college faculty member who has had a profound influence on students academically and professionally inside and outside the classroom.

Giulian has taught at Atlantic Cape Community College for eight years. A student-centric educator and pioneer in online instruction and experiential learning, Professor Giulian embodies the spirit of a true community college educator. He does not hesitate to teach credit courses in area high schools, present to local businesses and mentor adjunct faculty members.

Recognizing the impact he can have on his students’ professional lives, he proudly helps students find jobs with local employers. He works closely with students on résumé and interview techniques, and works with employers to find the right candidates to fit their needs. Professor Giulian also engages in education for adult learners at area businesses.

The award, a glass acorn atop a metal base, was designed and created through a partnership between Salem Community College and Camden County College. Salem Community College has one of the most innovative glass programs in the country and Camden County College has been a leader in New Jersey in training and educating students to work in the metal fabrication and advanced manufacturing industries. The award embodies the commitment of New Jersey’s community colleges to creativity, knowledge, innovation, and collaboration.

The New Jersey Council of County Colleges is the state association representing New Jersey’s 19 community colleges. As an independent, trustee-headed organization that joins the leadership of trustees and presidents, the Council is a resource that strengthens and supports the state’s 19 community colleges.

‘The Spirit of Modern Artists’ Art Exhibit at Atlantic Cape Features Artists from The Arc of Atlantic County Nov. 2- Dec. 15

Art-Gallery_Pic.jpgPHOTO: Artwork by Alfred Palmieri will be featured in this year’s “The Spirit of Modern Artists” exhibit at the Atlantic Cape Community College Art Gallery.

MAYS LANDING— Atlantic Cape Community College’s art gallery, in partnership with The Arc of Atlantic County will host “The Spirit of Modern Artists” Exhibit Nov. 2-Dec. 15. This exhibit showcases over 30 pieces of art in a variety of mediums, including acrylics, watercolors, and pencil features artists representing The Arc of Atlantic County. Featured artists who have contributed to the exhibit are: Dee Caldwell, Robert Cheesman, Raymond Davis, Sarah Hendrixson, John Jeffries, Louis Knisley, Alfred Palmieri, Shiheeb Peterson, Lee Shafer, Latoya Smith, and Canary Taylor.

An opening reception took place 6-8 p.m. Friday, November 2. The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. Art gallery hours are Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. – 7 p.m., Fridays 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. and Saturdays 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

What makes this exhibit unique is that each of these artists have been attending some form of art instruction classes as part of the Art Program at The Arc of Atlantic County. The classes, taught by talented art instructors affiliated with The Ocean City Fine Arts League, are open to anyone with an intellectual or developmental disability. According to Mary Ruley Moyer, Director of Development and Community Outreach at The Arc of Atlantic County, “the classes encourage people with intellectual or developmental disabilities to express themselves and enhance their wellbeing.  The various forms of art can strengthen a person’s self-esteem giving them the courage to try new things and improve their quality of life.”

“We are excited to display these works which showcases the creative talent of these artists, and includes their work in the community,” commented Katherine Aikens, Art Gallery Coordinator for Atlantic Cape’s William Spangler Library. “This exhibit serves a vital role of raising awareness on social issues for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in our communities,” Aikens added.

Funding for this project is supported by the NJ State Council on the Arts/Dept. of State, a partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts through a grant administered by The Atlantic County office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs.

The gallery is inside the William Spangler Library, D Building, at Atlantic Cape’s Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike. The gallery will host monthly exhibits of a wide variety of works including drawings, paintings, printmaking, computer arts, ceramics, sculpture, photography, mixed media, 2-D design and crafts. Showcased artists will be students, faculty and local artisans. For more information about “The Spirit of Modern Artists” Exhibit, please call (609)625-1111 Ext. 5346.


Atlantic Cape’s Cape May County Campus Launches 12- Week Seasonal Semester to Cater to Members of Tourism Industry starting this Spring

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE—Atlantic Cape Community College’s Cape May
County Campus will offer the “12-Week Seasonal Semester,” a semester that “works around your schedule,” this spring. The college recognizes Cape May County’s seasonal economy and the need for workers during peak summertime months. Additionally, the Fall 2019 semester will begin Sept. 30, giving students the opportunity to work through the last busy month of the summer season without having to choose between financial stability and their educational goals.

“The Chamber applauds Atlantic Cape Community College for introducing this
creative scheduling program for Cape May County residents who struggle to balance overlapping work and class schedules.  In a seasonal tourism driven economy such as ours, work schedules often prevent students from enrolling in classes during the traditional academic calendar.  I see this a tremendous benefit to students as well as businesses who need their employees in September and May,” remarked Vicki Clark, president of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce.

The spring classes offered run from Jan. 22-April 20, accommodating those with work schedules that reflect the summer tourism industry in the local community. Classes offered include English Composition, Biology, Chemistry, Anatomy and Physiology, Statistics, Public Speaking, Psychology and Child Psychology, Criminal Justice and Fundamentals of Drawing, Intro to Theater and Intro to Acting, Intro to Government and Politics, Music and Art Appreciation. Workforce Development courses being offered are Wildlife Photography, Personal Fitness Trainer, How to Buy and Sell on eBay, Serve Safe and Social Media Marketing Professional.

According to Maria Kellett, Dean of Cape May County Campus of Atlantic Cape
Community College, “It’s a great opportunity for students to earn credits towards their degree in an accelerated program. This Seasonal Semester is truly designed with Cape May County resident’s busy schedules in mind.”

Registration begins on October 29th for returning students and November 1st for new students. Students are encouraged to register early to secure their spot in the classes they want. Students can apply in person at our Cape May campus or online. Normal registration hours are weekdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The last day to register for classes in person is Jan. 18. To register online through Jan. 21, or view an updated schedule of spring courses, visit .

Atlantic Cape was recently selected as part of New Jersey’s “Community College Opportunity Grant” a pilot program that provides “free” tuition and fees for qualifying students.   If a student’s adjusted gross income is under $45,000, they are enrolled in six or more credits in Spring 2019, and have applied for federal and state aid– then they may be eligible for this grant. For more information about this program please visit  or call 609-343-5626.

In most cases, financial aid is available to students. Students may also be eligible to receive a Pell Grant for their spring classes. Students can visit to apply. Atlantic Cape also offers an interest-free tuition payment plan. For more information, contact the Bursar’s Office at 609-625-1111, ext. 5278, or email .

The Cape May County Campus is located at 341 Court House-South Dennis Road in Cape May Court House. For more information, visit , email , or call 609-463-3960.

Atlantic Cape Board of Trustees Honors Trustee Leslie White-Coursey for her Service to the College and Welcomes New Trustee Dr. Judith DeStefano-Anen in October Meeting

MAYS LANDING – The Atlantic Cape Community College Board of Trustees conducted their monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 30 at the Atlantic City Campus. Joining the Board was Dr. Judith DeStefano-Anen, Interim Executive County Superintendent for Cape May County.

The following motions were approved by the Board of Trustees:

 Contracts and Purchases: 

  • Approved Bid Ex 811, SimView Systems, Laerdal Medical Corp, Wappingers Fall, NY, FY19 Perkins Grant Funds, $89,890.00;
  • Approved Bid 1846 Autoclave, Steris Corp., Mentor, OH, FY19 R&R, $40,350.00;
  • Approved Bid OQ158 – Revised, Architectural Services for Building A Renovation, Spiezle Architectural Group, Inc., Hamilton, NJ, Chapter 12 Funds, $97,390.00.


The Board approved the acceptance of a grant of $250,000 from the New Jersey Higher Education Student Assistance Authority and the Office of the Secretary of Higher Education, in order to provide planning, outreach and recruitment of students eligible under the Governor’s Community College Opportunity Grant Program (CCOG).

In Personnel Matters, the Board Approved:

  • The appointment of Carmen Cabrera, Assistant Director, Admissions, effective October 31, 2018;
  • The appointment of Victor Moreno, College Recruiter, Admissions, effective October 31, 2018;
  • The appointment of Stacey Zacharoff, Director, Student Success Center, effective October 31, 2018;
  • The reclassification of Michael Barnes, from Assistant Director, Center for Accessibility to Director, Center for Accessibility, effective October 31, 2018;
  • The reclassification of Chad Bullock, Senior Manager, Adaptive Technology, Center for Accessibility effective October 31, 2018;
  • The reclassification of Lisa Givens, from Manager, Student Activities and Athletics to Manager, Student Engagement, effective October 31, 2018;
  • The reclassification of Douglas Mills, from Specialist, Conference and Meeting Services to Manager, Conference and Campus Operations, effective October 31, 2018;
  • The reclassification of Anita Polanco, Assistant Director, Educational Opportunity Fund, effective October 31, 2018;
  • The reassignment of Daymis Alicea, from Program Coordinator, Career and Academic Planning Center to Program Coordinator, Student Success Center, effective October 31, 2018;
  • The reassignment of Rahshana Davis, from Program Coordinator, Career and Academic Planning Center to Scholarship Manager, Financial Aid, effective November 8, 2018;
  • The reassignment of Eric Stewart, from Program Officer, Career and Academic Planning Center to Program Coordinator, Student Success Center, effective October 31, 2018;
  • The title change of Myrna Morales Keklak, from Division Chair, Nursing and Allied Health to Division Chair, Nursing and Health Sciences, effective October 31, 2018;
  • The title change of Nancy Porfido, Director, Student Development and Judicial Officer to Director, Student Engagement and Judicial Officer, effective October 31, 2018;
  • The resignation of Amanda McCullough, Social Media/Public Relations Manager, Marketing and College Relations retroactive to October 12, 2018;
  • The retirement of Mr. Douglas Hedges, Chief Information Officer, since May 1, 1995, effective December 31, 2018.

In Other Business, the Board:

  • Approved the resolution extending appreciation to Trustee Leslie White-Coursey for her service to the Board, the College, and its students, wishing her well as the next Executive County Superintendent of Cumberland County.
  • Approved the FY18 Draft Financial Statement for twelve months ended June 30, 2018 as of October 11, 2018.
  • Approved the FY19 Financial Statement for three months ended September 30, 2018.

The next meeting of the Atlantic Cape Community College Board of Trustees is scheduled for 6 p.m. on November 20 at the Mays Landing Campus.