Since opening the campus doors in 2005, student clubs at the Cape May County Campus succeeded in completing a number of service projects and special programs.

The CMCC Ambassadors Club initiated the following activities:

  • School Supply Drive – collected school supplies for K – 12 students in need.
  • Armed Services Drive – collected approved non-perishable food, personal care products and entertainment products for distribution to troops deployed overseas.
  • Trauma Teddy Drive – collected 557 teddy bears and delivered to local police and rescue squads to comfort children at crime and accident scenes.
  • T-shirt and Sock Drive – collected socks, tee shirts and underwear for students with special needs.
  • Diabetic Bake Sale – baked and sold diabetic-friendly snacks and donated the proceeds to the American Diabetes Association.
  • Volunteer Fair – hosted 21 service agencies with exhibit tables on campus.
  • Pet Food Drive – collected dog and cat food and delivered to a pet food pantry in Lower Township that helps those struggling economically keep their pets.
  • Recycling Bins – bought and decorated bins to collect cans and bottles on campus.
  • Women’s History Month speaker – hosted Vicki Clark of the Cape May County. Chamber of Commerce to speak about the changing role of women in the business community.
  • Campus Carnival – hosted a carnival for students with games, food and a dunk tank.
  • Supported Rotaract Club (a student club at the Mays Landing Campus) during each of its food drives.
  • Ambassadors Club members attend Student Government Association (SGA) meetings each week via interactive television.

The CMCC Fine Arts Club hosted the following events:

  • Harvest Festival with exhibitions of student art work in various media.
  • Earth Day Open Mic where students could speak or sing about environmental issues.
  • Trip to the Brandywine Museum to learn about the work of Andrew Wyeth.
  • Spring display of student art work and photography.
  • Debut event for the spring 2010 issue of Rewrites, the College’s literary magazine.