Atlantic Cape Community College has three locations to serve its students--Mays Landing, Atlantic City and Cape May County. All facilities are accessible. For information on renting our facilities, visit our Meeting and Conference Services website.
Mays Landing Campus
Atlantic Cape's Mays Landing Campus is located at 5100 Black Horse Pike (U.S. Route 322) in Mays Landing, N.J. It is 15 miles west of Atlantic City in a picturesque Pinelands settings. The 537-acre campus consists of an attractive complex of contemporary buildings built around a quadrangle of lawn. The buildings are joined by walkways and a central loop connects buildings and parking areas with the Black Horse Pike.
The buildings have been named after prominent Atlantic County residents. Facilities and student services are provided in the following buildings:
Simon Lake Hall (A), the science building, provides laboratories and preparation room for anthropology, biology, chemistry and physics. The building also houses classrooms, a lecture hall, faculty support services, faculty offices, a student lounge and vending machines. The Dr. Thomas E. Brown greenhouses are attached.
Silas Morse Hall (B-1), houses general purpose classrooms and faculty offices.
Charles B. Boyer Hall (B-2), has classrooms, and computer science labs, a math lab, an English as a Second Language computer lab and faculty offices.
Samuel Richards Hall (B-3), contains classrooms and faculty offices.
Walter E. Edge Hall (C), serves as the center for theater and music instruction, and houses an art gallery and dance studio. The college cafeteria is located in one wing of the building, while the other wing is occupied by four Academy of Culinary Arts kitchens.
Daniel Leeds Hall (D-1), houses the college's William Spangler Library. Expansion of the facility, completed in the fall of 1990, features the addition of a mezzanine level in the library, and a computer lab with space for more than 90 personal computers.
Richard Somers Hall (D-2), contains a skills laboratory, tutoring and administrative offices, small study/meeting rooms and a distance education classroom.
Jonathan Pitney Hall (E), contains the gymnasium consisting of spectator seating for 800, renovated locker rooms, a fitness center, showers and the Health Services Office and infirmary.
Ruth Lee Allied Health Building (H), provides classrooms, a nursing laboratory, student lounge and faculty offices.
J Building, is a two-story building adjacent to Walter E. Edge Hall. The first floor houses all student services, including admissions, enrollment services, financial aid, cooperative education, counseling, EOF, bookstore, child care center, business office and the Student Life Center. The second floor contains the John J. Rosenbaum Conference Center and the Oliver Henderson administrative wing, which includes administrative offices, accounting, human resources and purchasing.
K Building, joins the A, B and H complex, and houses academic administration offices, art studios, student lounge and a computer center and Information Technology Services.
Academy of Culinary Arts (M), features more than 29,000 square feet of space. The entrance opens to an atrium lobby and the building provides teaching kitchens, classrooms, Careme's, (the gourmet restaurant run by students enrolled in the Academy of Culinary Arts), a lecture hall, Strudels, (a small retail bakery), and administrative and faculty offices.
Atlantic Cape's indoor athletic facilities include Jonathan Pitney Gym (E) with a seating capacity of 800, lockers and showers. Outdoor facilities include baseball, softball, and soccer fields, two basketball courts, and an archery range. Use of these facilities must be scheduled with the permission of Michael Rennick, (609) 343-5691 or email email@example.com.
Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus
The Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus, located at 1535 Bacharach Boulevard, Atlantic City, provides a broad range of educational and other services to students who live or work in the Atlantic City area.
The college's Worthington Atlantic City Center was renamed in memory of Atlantic County's first county executive, Charles D. Worthington, in April 2001. A plaque in the building lobby marks the renaming of the college's Atlantic City facility as the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus.
The two-story building houses some continuing education offices, computer labs, classrooms, a cafeteria and the Casino Career Institute. The Worthington Atlantic City Campus offers credit and noncredit classes in the day and evening. Tutoring, testing, advisement, counseling, financial aid, Meeting and Conference Services are also available. Free secured parking is available.
The Worthington Atlantic City Campus also offers workshops and consulting services for the business person who wants to become more proficient in his/her field, or wants to develop new career skills. The campus also designs and delivers training programs for business, industry and government. For more information about continuing education or customized training services, click here.
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Casino Career Institute
The Casino Career Institute, located at 1535 Bacharach Boulevard in Atlantic City, is an outgrowth of the college's mission to provide appropriate services to the people and industry of Atlantic County. It has been approved by the N. J. Department of Higher Education and licensed by the N. J. Casino Control Commission. CCI is the first licensed gaming school in the nation affiliated with a community college, and the only licensed slot training school in New Jersey. Students train in the mock casino in a simulated experience of the casino floor. CCI offers dealer and supervisory training in baccarat, blackjack, craps, roulette, poker, and pai gow poker and pai gow tiles. Other training includes casino security, slot technician and slot attendant. For more information on casino training, visit the CCI web page.
Cape May County Campus
Atlantic Cape's new Cape May County Campus opened in fall 2005. The nearly 68,000-square foot building features two connected wings. The northern wing houses mostly classrooms and a bookstore. The southern wing contains an information commons, tutoring and testing centers, faculty and administrative offices, and a cafeteria. A two-story connector links the three-story wings with an open bridge on the third floor.
Atlantic Cape’s beautiful, state-of-the-art facility has 19 classrooms including:
- 8 academic classrooms with instructor computers, multi-media capabilities and white board on three walls
- 1 collaborative classroom
- 1 continuing education classroom
- 1 distance education classroom
- 6 computer labs
- 1 biology lab
- 1 chemistry lab
- A 100-seat lecture hall on the second floor with open ceiling to the third level
- A conference room for 15 with teleconference capabilities
- A comprehensive enrollment center
- Information Commons, including a library and computer lab with 30 work stations
- A combination seminar-dining facility for 24
- Faculty and administrative offices
- Parking spaces for 300 cars and NJ Transit Bus Service
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The north wing houses mostly classrooms and the bookstore. The plan shows a 100-seat stepped lecture hall on the second floor of this wing with an open ceiling to the third level. This facility is available for the use of the community. It has rear screen projection and other amenities consistent with such a venue.
The south wing contains an information commons, tutoring and testing centers, faculty and administrative offices, and a full service cafeteria. Cafeteria seating is available. Entry to the campus (see site plan) features a wooded entry road leading to an approach road lined with flowering trees. This quarter-mile road was moved to contiguous acreage used by 4-H at the direction of the N. J. Department of Environmental Protection. A plaza sits in front of the building. A walkway from the 300-space parking area guides visitors, faculty and students to the same entrance.