Cape May County Campus Gets New Signage
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:
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.
Atlantic Cape Community College welcomed 147 inductees into the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society May 5, in the Walter Edge Theater at the Mays Landing Campus. Speakers at the induction were: Dr. Barbara Gaba, president of Atlantic Cape, and Courtney Rice, former Phi Theta Kappa Middle States Region New Jersey president and Atlantic Cape alumna. Outgoing officers for the 2016-17 year were Christine Martinez, president; Joey Merlo, outgoing executive vice president; Maria Saavedra, outgoing secretary; and Locke Randolph, outgoing Student Government Association representative. New officers for 2017-18 were also inducted: David Smith, president; Orsalia Palapanis, executive vice president; Christine Martinez, secretary; Joseph Merlo, treasurer; and Locke Randolph, vice president of leadership.
Established by two-year college presidents in 1918, Phi Theta Kappa recognizes the academic achievements of two-year college students and encourages academic growth. In 1929, the American Association of Community Colleges recognized Phi Theta Kappa as the official honor society for two-year colleges. It is the largest honor society in American higher education today, with more than 2 million members in the United States, U.S. Continue reading
Christine Martinez, PTK president, announces the essay winners during the C4 Closing Rally on Oct. 20.
Atlantic Cape Community College was one of 19 community colleges across the state hosting a series of campus-based activities during the statewide NJ Community College Completion Challenge (NJC4) this week.
Sponsored by the New Jersey Council of County Colleges’ Center for Student Success, Kean University and the New Jersey Education Association, the NJC4 initiative is an effort to increase the number of community college students completing their associate degrees and certificates, so they have the credentials they need to successfully transfer to four-year colleges and universities to earn their bachelor’s degrees and enter careers that provide family-sustaining wages. Continue reading
Come out tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. to celebrate Phi Theta Kappa’s “Commit to Complete” initiative in the cafeteria of the Mays Landing Campus!
Statistics show the surest way for anyone to land a job in their chosen field is to finish college and earn a degree or certificate. That’s exactly what students at Atlantic Cape are promising to do–signing a mass pledge to complete their associate degrees in three years before leaving community college for transfer or to enter the job market.
Thursday’s rally includes performances by the choir and cheerleaders, alumni speakers, essay winners, awards and light refreshments.
For more information, contact Holly Schultheis at email@example.com.
Atlantic Cape Community College welcomed 214 inductees into the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society April 28, in the Walter Edge Theater at the Mays Landing Campus. Speakers at the induction were: Dr. Peter L. Mora, president of Atlantic Cape; Courtney Rice, former Phi Theta Kappa Middle States Region president and Atlantic Cape alumna; and Thomas J. Branin, Atlantic Cape alumnus and the 2015 Coca-Cola Foundation All-USA Silver Medalist Scholar. New officers were also inducted: Christine Martinez, president; Joseph Merlo, executive vice president; Haley Kuster, publicist and historian; Xamisha Thompson, vice president of Leadership; Amber Lombardi, treasurer; and Maria Saavedro, secretary.
Established by two-year college presidents in 1918, Phi Theta Kappa recognizes the academic achievements of two-year college students and encourages academic growth. In 1929, the American Association of Community Colleges recognized Phi Theta Kappa as the official honor society for two-year colleges. It is the largest honor society in American higher education today, with more than 2 million members in the United States, U.S. territories, Canada and Germany. Continue reading
Submitted by Holly R. Schultheis, advisor of PTK local chapter Alpha Delta Mu
From left, Samantha Burkholder, Atlantic Cape PTK honoree; Dr. Mitchell Levy, vice president of Student Affairs; Holly R. Schultheis, advisor of PTK for Atlantic Cape; and Thomas W. Branin, Atlantic Cape PTK honoree, at PTK Day, May 7, in Trenton.
Family and friends watched 121 new Phi Theta Kappa members inducted into the local chapter, Alpha Delta Mu, May 6, in the Walter Edge Theater on the Mays Landing Campus.
Speakers for the ceremony included opening remarks by Dr. Peter L. Mora; former Middle States New Jersey president and current vice president of the PTK alumni association, Courtney Rice; and Gabriella Mayorga, chapter president 2012-13. Courtney received a national recognition at the PTK International Convention this year in San Antonio for her work with Alpha Delta Mu as an alum. Additionally, Gabriella, former chapter president of Alpha Delta Mu, spoke about her journey to receive her bachelor’s degree from Stockton University this May, and the impact that her time in PTK has had on her life. Continue reading
“Dine to Donate” at Applebee’s, located on the White Horse Pike in Hammonton, all day, tomorrow, April 22, and 10 percent of your check is donated to Alpha Delta Mu Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Atlantic Cape.
Simply download and print this flier, and present it your server.
Enjoy a good meal for a good cause!