Worthington Campus celebrated Earth Day on Monday April 22, 2019. Students were treated to peat pots with flower seeds made by The Cross Cultural Club. Additionally, club members Najmin Kalam and Amna Malik offered Mehndi hand painting designs. Alexis Demitroff, Public Education and Outreach Assistant from ACUA provided students with materials and information for recycling. Eileen Curristine, Chief Officer, HR, Public Safety & Compliance presented students with informative handouts regarding storm water pollution prevention. SGA provided giveaways that consisted of: Earth stress balls and key-chains, Earth recycle bookmarks and book bags.
Thanks to all the club volunteers and Club Advisors, Shirley Shields and Michael Kammer, ESL Professors for all their hard work in making the day a huge success. A gigantic thank you to Caesar Niglio, Master Technician for providing pretzels and Rita’s water ice donated by the ACCCEA and Cynthia Correa, Director of Student Services Worthington and Institutional Career Services , Bibi Asma, Student Services work-study student for handing them out.
Submitted by Vita Stovall and Linda Palmer
Sock Drive Provides Comfort for our Neighbors
Vita Stovall helped with distribution and coordination of the college-wide sock drive at the end of the year.
During this past holiday season the Worthington Campus sponsored a sock drive for the homeless. Collection boxes were distributed to all three campus locations. Thanks to the most gracious staff and students, the Atlantic Cape community donated approximately 280 socks to the Atlantic City Rescue Mission on Dec. 19. A special thank you to Cynthia Correa, director, WACC Student Services and Institutional Career Services, for that amazing idea: socks are the most needed item among the homeless, yet the least donated. Thanks again, your compassion enriched so many lives in more ways than you’ll ever know.
Breast Cancer & Alcohol Awareness Event Held at Atlantic City Campus
Worthington Atlantic City Campus students, staff and faculty enjoyed flavorful pink smoothies on Wednesday, Oct. 18, in an effort to reflect on Breast Cancer and Alcohol Awareness. Steve Mathis from Maui Wowi Hawaiian served Strawberry Banana, Strawberry Colada and Strawberry Lemonade smoothies. Continue reading
Atlantic Cape Community College is offering a variety of credit classes this fall at its Atlantic City Campus, 1535 Bacharach Blvd. Fall semester classes begin Tuesday, Sept. 5.
Classes offered this fall include: Intro to Visual Arts, Intro to College Chemistry, Intro to Business, Principles of Marketing, Intro to Computers, Intro to Public Relations, Television History, Public Speaking, Macroeconomics, Intermediate ESL I, Fundamental English Grammar, Reading/Writing I, Composition I, Earth Science, Intro to Cultural Geography, Western World I, Precalculus, College Algebra, Statistical Methods, Accelerated Elementary Algebra, Music Appreciation, Child Psychology, Elementary Spanish I, and Intro to Theater. Continue reading
Atlantic Cape will host the Atlantic City Campus 2015 College Transfer Fair, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 27. Colleges and universities will be on hand to meet with students about opportunities to transfer upon completing their associate degrees.
Faculty members are asked to consider incorporating attendance at the fair into your class. As we know, successful student transfer begins with the first credit, not the last!
Students will learn about majors, housing, clubs and activities, Greek life, scholarships, co-op and travel abroad opportunities, career services, application requirements and deadlines, as well as how easily their Atlantic Cape degree can be transferred.
For more information, visit http://www.atlantic.edu/studentServ/college-transfer-fair.html.