Dr. Barbara Gaba, president of Atlantic Cape Community College, and Dr. Michael Palis, provost at Rutgers University-Camden, unveil the plaque at the tree planted in memory of Trooper Frankie L. Williams on Sept. 15.
Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University hosted a dedication in memory of New Jersey State Trooper Frankie L. Williams on Friday, Sept. 15, at the Rutgers Building located at Atlantic Cape’s Mays Landing Campus.
Rutgers University and Atlantic Cape dedicated a tree, plaque and street sign in honor of lifelong learner and New Jersey State Police Trooper #7953 Frankie Williams. Speakers included Mr. Dean Wyks, assistant professor of Criminal Justice at Atlantic Cape and adjunct instructor at Rutgers; Dr. Barbara Gaba, president of Atlantic Cape; Dr. Michael Palis, provost at Rutgers University-Camden; Lt. Colonel Patrick Callahan, deputy superintendent of operation, New Jersey State Police; Trooper II Michael L. Korejko, New Jersey State Police #7222; and Dave Coskey, chairman, Board of Trustees at Atlantic Cape. Continue reading
Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University – Camden signed a conditional admission agreement March 27 that will enable students from Atlantic or Cape May counties to earn their associate degrees at Atlantic Cape and then seamlessly transition to Rutgers – Camden to complete their undergraduate education.
Under the program, a student from either of the two counties who is denied admission to Rutgers University – Camden directly out of high school would be offered conditional admission as a transfer student to Rutgers – Camden from Atlantic Cape. Atlantic Cape students can also apply for conditional acceptance under the agreement, which applies to all Rutgers – Camden programs except Social Work, Teacher Preparation and Biomedical Technology. A separate agreement is in effect for the Nursing degree program.
“Many students who graduate from Atlantic Cape Community College choose Rutgers University – Camden in order to earn a world-class bachelor’s degree. Working together, our two institutions are helping South Jersey residents achieve their career and personal goals in a more convenient and expedient manner,” says Phoebe Haddon, chancellor of the Rutgers – Camden campus. Continue reading