Category Archives: Cape May County Campus

Summer Classes Forming Now for Atlantic Cape’s Cape May County Campus

photo of front of buildingClasses are forming now for Atlantic Cape Community College’s Summer Session One at its Cape May County Campus, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, in Cape May Court House. Registration hours are weekdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Courses include:

Summer Session One, May 22-June 29: Human Anatomy Physiology I, Introduction to Business, Principles of Management, Introduction to Computers, Public Speaking, Composition I and Child Psychology.

Additional classes are available online and at Atlantic Cape’s campuses in Mays Landing and Atlantic City.

Payment is due at time of registration. The college accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. To register online or view an updated schedule of summer courses, visit www.atlantic.edu/summer. For more information, email summer@atlantic.edu or call 609-463-3960.

Register Now for Summer Classes at Cape May County Campus

photo of front of buildingAtlantic Cape Community College is offering a variety of credit classes this summer at its Cape May County Campus, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, in Cape May Court House. Registration hours are weekdays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Courses include:

Summer Session One, May 22-June 29: Human Anatomy Physiology I, Introduction to Business, Principles of Management, Introduction to Computers, Public Speaking, Composition I and Child Psychology.

Summer Session Two, June 26-Aug. 17: Comprehensive Medical Terminology.

Summer Session Three, July 10-Aug. 17: Human Anatomy Physiology II, Criminal Law, Composition II, U.S. History II, General Psychology and Principles of Sociology.

Additional classes are available online and at Atlantic Cape’s campuses in Mays Landing and Atlantic City.

Payment is due at time of registration. The college accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. To register online or view an updated schedule of summer courses, visit www.atlantic.edu/summer. For more information, email summer@atlantic.edu or call 609-463-3960.

Greetings from the Cape May County Campus–April 7, 2017

Submitted by Tammy DeFranco:

Dr. Tammy DeFranco, CMCC, and Kristin Jackson, admissions, attended a brainstorming session with the 4-H regarding their summer fair, and they are interested in learning about agriculture careers. On that note, DeFranco invited them to the CMCC career center for any future workshops on agriculture careers. They spoke positively about the college and want to partner with anything they can and spoke about the 50th anniversary.


The renovations for the dance studio at CMCC are beginning to take place. More news and pictures as it progresses.


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Assistant Professor Karl Gulian, professional studies, and Marilyn Keiner, professor of paralegal studies, in coordination with Cynthia Correa, director, student services, hosted a Career Panel Discussion to discuss current trends in Business Studies at Atlantic Cape on March 28. The event was video-conferenced to Mays Landing and Atlantic City campuses to give students an opportunity to hear the discussion regarding a career in business.

As part of the panel, members of the community were present to talk to our students about what employers are looking for in Atlantic Cape students.

The panel included: David Wagstaff, founder, Alfrea, Inc., an online platform that empowers people to grow their own food and eat local fresh foods; and Sean Dougherty, owner, SD Brothers Enterprises. 

Each panelist provided excellent information regarding what students should be doing now to prepare themselves for the working world.


CMCC is preparing Room 118 for our Veterans Lounge.

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The NAMI club had a “Nothing but Nice Day” event March 27 where students pledged to be nice to one another. Great job, Adviser Mike Bolicki.

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The Circle K Club held its first gaming event March 21 at the Cape May County Campus. Great job on teamwork, Adviser Donna Marie McElroy.

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A meet-and-greet with Dr. Barbara Gaba, president, and the Board of Trustees was held March 29.

TED Talks on Tuesdays– April 4: Juan Enriquez

Come to a lunchtime screening of a single TED talk each month, sponsored by the Spangler Libraries, that lasts no more than 20 minutes. The talks are designed to create a sense of community, to diversify thoughts and ideas on campus, and to provide a safe, open forum for discussion.

What will humans look like in 100 years?” TED Talk by Juan Enriquez will air 12:30-1 p.m., Tuesday, April 4, in D202 of the Mays Landing Campus, Room 204 of the Atlantic City Campus and Room 115 of the Cape May County Campus.

All are welcome.

“We can evolve bacteria, plants and animals — futurist Juan Enriquez asks: Is it ethical to evolve the human body? In a visionary talk that ranges from medieval prosthetics to present day neuroengineering and genetics, Enriquez sorts out the ethics associated with evolving humans and imagines the ways we’ll have to transform our own bodies if we hope to explore and live in places other than Earth.”
For more information, contact John Wallace at 609-343-4815 or jwallace@atlantic.edu.

 

 

Greetings from the Cape May County Campus–March 24, 2017

Cape May Student Services “Free Tables” for our students have helped many with “Dress for Success” clothing, personal care products and nonperishable food items. Students look forward to having a “free snack” that, for many, is the only thing they have eaten that day. Many students go without food and personal care products because of their living situation and are so grateful that we have this for them. Just this semester alone, we have gone through 10 cases of nonperishable food items. Please contact Tammy DeFranco (ext. 8113) if you would like to donate any personal care items or nonperishable food items.

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Many CMCC students rely on the free items on the clothing rack and hygiene table.

Greetings from the Cape May County Campus–March 17, 2017

   Pizza with the President at CMCC

On Thursday, March 9, Atlantic Cape’s new President, Dr. Barbara Gaba, hosted “Pizza With the President” in the Cape May County Campus Cafeteria. Students were invited to eat delicious complimentary pizza while sharing their comments, concerns and experiences at Atlantic Cape in a discussion. Dialogue was shared between the president and students on a wide variety of topics, from the Peer Mentor program to the Bookstore to course selection and degree programs. This event was the second of a series of three that Dr. Gaba will host.

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 Free table requests from CMCC Director

Dr. Tammy DeFranco, director of Cape May County Campus, is looking for slightly-used business attire for our Dress for Success clothing rack for students. She is also looking for personal hygiene products (toothpaste, toothbrushes, lotion, shampoo and make-up) for our student’s freebie table, as well as books. Please contact Tammy at ext. 8113 for any questions.

Coffee with the President

Dr. Gaba would like to invite all staff and faculty to join her for “Coffee with the President”!

white mug of coffeeFour sessions have been planned at the three campuses:

  • Friday, March 313:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m., Mays Landing Campus, Cafe #3
  • Monday, April 1010:00 a.m-11:00 a.m., Cape May County Campus, Room 113
  • Thursday, April 1312:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m., Mays Landing Campus, Cafe #3
  • Monday, April 1710:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m., Worthington Atlantic City Campus, Room 204

For catering purposes, we ask that all staff and faculty who plan to attend please take a moment to fill out the Google Form in the link provided:  http://atlantic.edu/coffee/.

Dr. Gaba looks forward to meeting and conversing with all.