Atlantic Cape will host the 2017 College Transfer Fairs Oct. 10, 11, and 12. Colleges and universities will be on hand to meet with students about opportunities for transferring after completing their associate degrees.
Faculty are asked to consider incorporating attendance at the fairs into your classes. As we know, successful student transfer begins with the first credit, not the last! Continue reading
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Drexel University-Online Programs 3/28/2017 11a-2p WACC (Atlantic City)-Career Center
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Centenary University 4/19/2017 10a-1p WACC (Atlantic City)-Career Center
College of Mount Saint Vincent 5/1/2017 11a-2p ML (Mays Landing)-STEM lobby
The following dates are scheduled for Instant Admissions Decision Days (IDD) with Rowan and Stockton. For graduates or graduating students transferring for fall 2017:
3/27/17-Stockton on MLC
3/27/17-Rowan on CMCC
4/10/17-Stockton on CMCC
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Faculty members are asked to this information with your classes. As we know, successful student transfer begins with the first credit, not the last!
Rowan and Stockton universities will be on campus this semester for Instant Admission Decision Days for graduates and graduating students interested in transferring for Spring 2017. Appointments are required. Contact Wendy Gray at email@example.com for more information and requirements.
Rowan will be at the Mays Landing Campus Oct. 20 and the Cape May Campus Oct. 27.
Stockton will be at the Mays Landing Campus Oct. 17 and the Atlantic City Campus Nov. 14. Continue reading
Rowan and Stockton universities will be on campus this semester for Instant Decision Days for graduates and graduating students interested in transferring for Spring 2017. Contact Wendy Gray
for more information.
Atlantic Cape will host the 2016 College Transfer Fairs Oct. 11, 12 and 13. Colleges and universities will be on hand to meet with students about opportunities for transferring after completing their associate degrees.
Atlantic Cape is hosting a variety of transfer events this semester, including Instant Admission Decision Days for graduating students interested in transfer to Thomas Edison State University, Rowan University, Drexel University and Stockton University.
For details or to schedule appointments, contact Wendy Gray firstname.lastname@example.org or 463-6786.
Space is still available for an Informational and interactive NJTransfer.org presentation and workshop for advisors, counselors, faculty, adjunct instructors and staff. Help your students plan for transfer in-state, Tuesday, Jan.12, from 10-11:30 a.m.
The presentation will take place in J-202 (ML) and video conferenced to Room 113 (CMCC), and Room 215 (WACC).
John Scott, director, and Linda Tromp, associate director, New Jersey Statewide Transfer Initiative, will lead a presentation on NJTransfer.org.
NJTransfer.org is a website that helps students transfer community college courses to four-year institutions in the State of New Jersey.
Its many features assist students in learning:
• Which courses to select at a community college
• Which New Jersey four-year colleges offer equivalent courses
• How the courses will satisfy four-year degree requirements
• Where you can transfer your community college courses in New Jersey
Topics will also include the NJ Statewide Transfer Agreement and an overview of NJ Transfer Website functions.
To participate, RSVP to Wendy Gray at email@example.com with your name and the campus location you will attend.
Pictured from left are: Otto Hernandez, vice president for Academic Affairs at Atlantic Cape Community College, President Peter Mora of Atlantic Cape, Interim President Harvey Kesselman of Stockton University, and Susan Davenport, interim provost and executive vice president at Stockton.
Stockton University and Atlantic Cape Community College today signed a conditional dual admission agreement that will enable students from Atlantic or Cape May counties to earn their associate degrees at Atlantic Cape and then easily transition to Stockton to complete their undergraduate education.
A student from either of the two counties who is denied admission to Stockton University directly out of high school would be offered conditional admission as a transfer student to Stockton from Atlantic Cape, under the program. The application fee for Stockton will be waived for eligible students. Continue reading