Students Have Variety of Activities at CMCC
Students attending Atlantic Cape Community College’s Cape May County Campus (CMCC) can expand their education beyond the classroom and participate in an array of student activities and services.
The Student Lounge at CMCC is a comfortable room that provides an area for students to relax, enjoy and interact with other students before, between and after classes. The room is equiped with several high top tables and comfortable lounge chairs. The room also has a ping pong table, board games and a TV. A Nintendo Wii and a second ping pong table are available for set-up. In addition to the game room, other equipment is available,such as volleyball and soccer.. Students are encouraged to utilize the expanded “back yard” area to participate in these outside games.
A variety of individual transfer information days are held during each semesters. Colleges highlighted include Richard Stockton College of NJ, Rowan University, Rutgers University and Thomas Edison College. A Transfer Fair is held in October. Look for flyers and postings, which will include a list of colleges attending.
Atlantic Cape provides an extensive list of clubs that are available to all students. The CMCC campus has 1 club available for students. Rotaract Club. Students who are interested in joining a club or starting a club should contact Lisa Givens at the Mays Landing Campus for information, 609-343-5010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Service events available during the semester at CMCC include a New Student Orientation, Welcome Back Student Days, Spirit Days, Cultural Events, and Holiday Celebrations. A monthly Open Mic is held with a theme, refreshments, and give-aways. A variety of information sessions and workshops are provided by Student Services which include: College Success Workshops, In-class Orientations, Policies/Procedures, Zero Tolerance, and Code of Conduct. Awareness events include: Alcohol Awareness, Domestic Violence Awareness, Breast Cancer Awareness, and Veteran Services Awareness.
Student I.D. Cards are a necessary piece of equipment and are issued by Student Services. Cards are utilized to enter the campus, computer labs, library commons, and to access student records. Students are required to display their ID while on campus property. All students will be issued a card which will include their picture and student ID number. Students losing a card will be charged a $5.00 replacement fee.
In addition, the Student Services area continues to provide advisement, registration, special needs counseling, financial aid, career planning, job placement, work study and conflict resolution.
For more information, call the Student Services/Career Center at (609) 463-8114.