The Center for Student Success held their annual Graduate Award Ceremony on May 3rd in the Walter Edge Theater. Graduates involved in a variety of programs were recognized for their achievements.
Juan Alvarez Award:
Outstanding Academic Achiever:
Tori Alexis Tomlin
Progress continues on the two-story 20,000-square-foot Student Center Building on the Mays Landing Campus. A groundbreaking ceremony for the new building was held back on Sept. 29, 2016. Progress continued throughout 2016-17 with the installation of Geopiers in December 2016, concrete footings in January 2017, steel columns and beams went up in February 2017, followed by concrete pours of the second and third floors in March 2017. This summer the building has really started to take shape with the installation of the sheet rock, windows and stonework. The expected completion date is late November/early December of 2017. The anticipated grand opening of the new space is projected for spring semester 2018. Continue reading
Zachary Morey, Jordan Morey, Dr. Peter Mora, president of Atlantic Cape Community College; Karen Morey, Jack Morey, Kyle Morey, Will Morey, Nick Cashan III, Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation board president; Janice Morey, Christina Clemans, Atlantic Cape Board of Trustees member; Ellen Byrne, Esq., Atlantic Cape Board of Trustees member, Dave Coskey, vice chairperson of Atlantic Cape Board of Trustees; and Alma Albarran Martinez, 2016 graduate and alumni representative to the Atlantic Cape Board of Trustees.
Atlantic Cape Community College held a grand opening and dedication of The Morey Family Student Success and Career Planning Center at the college’s Cape May County Campus on Oct. 27. The center will offer guidance and resources to assist students in making informed decisions about career choices, including career counseling with access to computers for job searches, and will support other success initiatives, as well.
Will and Jack Morey, of Morey’s Piers, continued their commitment to Atlantic Cape students by supporting the college’s Student Success Initiative through a gift that offered them naming rights to the center. They designed the recognition wall that includes a visual depiction of amusement industry milestones that influenced the development of their own business. Continue reading
Atlantic Cape Community College is a leader on student success and retention efforts, and the college broke ground Sept. 29—50 years after the original college groundbreaking—on a new facility that will boost these endeavors.
The $10.3 million Student Success and Career Planning Center at the Mays Landing Campus will support the college’s growing Student Success Initiatives. The two-story, 20,000-square-foot building will house student activities on the first floor and the Student Success and Career Planning Center on the second floor.
The first floor will house traditional student center activities and centralize student clubs, the student newspaper and student recreation. On the second floor, the center will offer guidance and resources to assist students in making informed decisions about career choices, including career counseling and access to computers for job searches, and support other success initiatives. Continue reading
The college community is invited to attend the official groundbreaking for the Student Success and Career Planning Center at the Mays Landing Campus at 11 a.m., Thursday, Sept. 29.The ceremony will be held on the Quad.
The college is a leader in focusing on student success and retention efforts, and this $10.3 million facility will support the Atlantic Cape’s growing Student Success Initiatives. The two-story building will house student activities on the first floor and the Student Success and Career Planning Center on the second floor. The Student Success Center will offer guidance and resources to assist students in making informed decisions about career choices, including career counseling and access to computers for job searches, and support other success initiatives.