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Atlantic Cape’s Chapter of English Honor Society Inducts 15 New Members

 

eight women and one man smiling

Back row from left, Amber Hale of Villas, Bisma Munir of Absecon, Courtney Causey of North Cape May, Isabel Gomez of Egg Harbor Township, Cassandra Rosamund of Ocean City and Geolie Cayme of Mays Landing. Front row from left, Rebecca Lee of Northfield, Jaeda Cooper of Hammonton and Sarah Stefanick of Cape May.

 

Atlantic Cape Community College inducted 15 students into Sigma Kappa Delta, an English honor society for two-year colleges, on April 24, at a luncheon at the college’s Mays Landing Campus.

Inductees are Amber Bailey of Hammonton, Courtney Causey of North Cape May, Geolie Cayme of Mays Landing, Dillon Clark of Egg Harbor Township, Alexis Condo of Villas, Jaeda Cooper of Hammonton, Ethan Gabrysz of Brigantine, Brooke Gilliano of Newfield, Isabel Gomez of Egg Harbor Township, Amber Hale of Villas, Rebecca Lee of Northfield, Bisma Munir of Absecon, Enzo Ronchi of Ventnor, Cassandra Rosamund of Ocean City and Sarah Stefanick of Cape May. Continue reading

Honors Program Offers Engaging, Creative Learning Environments for High-Achieving Students at Atlantic Cape

men standing in front of chalkboard teaching studentsAtlantic Cape Community College’s new Honors Program is geared toward students who excel academically and want to work more intensely in a small class environment.

Honors courses offer high-achieving students the opportunity to participate in engaging and creative learning environments that extend beyond those of the regular classroom, at no additional cost.

This spring students can choose from Honors ENGL102 Composition II; Honors SOCL101 Principles of Sociology; Honors COMM120 Public Speaking; and Honors MATH 220 Statistical Methods. Continue reading

Apply Now for Honors Program at Atlantic Cape Community College this Fall

Atlantic Cape Community College is accepting applications to its Honors Program, which is geared toward students who excel academically and want to work more intensely in a small class environment.

Honors courses offer high-achieving students the opportunity to participate in engaging and creative learning environments that extend beyond those of the regular classroom, at no additional cost.

The Honors curriculum includes special sections of general education courses as well as specialized transfer courses. The Honors Program prepares students to transfer to competitive four-year colleges and universities. Benefits include: Continue reading

Honors Program Offers Engaging, Creative Learning Environments for High-Achieving Students at Atlantic Cape

Atlantic Cape Community College’s new Honors Program is geared toward students who excel academically and want to work more intensely in a small class environment.

Honors courses offer high-achieving students the opportunity to participate in engaging and creative learning environments that extend beyond those of the regular classroom, at no additional cost. Continue reading

Priority Deadline is June 15 to Apply to New Honors Program at Atlantic Cape this Fall

Atlantic Cape Community College’s new Honors Program is geared toward students who excel academically and want to work more intensely in a small class environment. The priority deadline is June 15 for students interested in applying to the program for the fall 2016 semester at Atlantic Cape.

Honors courses offer high-achieving students the opportunity to participate in engaging and creative learning environments that extend beyond those of the regular classroom, at no additional cost. Continue reading

In the News — April 1, 2016

newspaperThe Academy of Culinary Arts was mentioned in this Press of Atlantic City article about Ocean City’s Edible Book Festival.

Dual credit possibilities at Atlantic Cape were mentioned in this ShoreNewsToday.com post about Absegami High School students.

The college providing “front-line” employee training was highlighted in this Cape May County Herald Newspaper article. 

The College and Career Readiness Partnership Grant programming between Wildwood High School and Atlantic Cape was featured here by ShoreNewsToday.com. Continue reading