Student Government had a busy start to the semester; volunteering for the NJ Family First Festival sponsored by New Jersey’s First Lady Tammy Murphy. The event was focused on providing resources and education to the community to end infant mortality rates in Atlantic City.
SGA traveled to the Worthington Atlantic City and Cape May County Campuses to provide assistance for New Student Day. Members participated on a student –led discussion panel about their college experiences and gave helpful tips.
SGA hosted two fun filled days of Welcome Back Club Recruitment for the Mays Landing Campus. Some highlights were Voter Registration, Rutgers Philly Pretzels, Hungry Hippo Challenge, Paint Your Pumpkin, Boardwalk Style Photo booth and Carmel Apple Creations! ACCCEA was on hand to bring the Treats!
A Silent Memorial Observation was hosted by Student Engagement in Memory of the victims of 9/11. A pictorial display was shown followed by the movie “102 Minutes that Changed America”.
Student Engagement celebrated Constitution Day with a NJ Ballot Bowl Kick Off event featuring “Ben Franklin”. Students were able to ask questions about the Constitution and Ben gave the students a history lesson. Atlantic County Superintendent of Elections was on hand to assist students with voter registration. Gabrielle (Atlantic Cape Alumni) and Joy answered student’s questions and registered 11 new voters!
SGA traveled to the Cape May Campus to assist with New Student Day. SGA led panel discussions about their college experience and gave tips for success.