Accessibility

Accessibility continues to be a top priority for Atlantic Cape as we continue to update our facilities to better serve visitors and students who need accommodations due to mobility constraints.  With that in mind, Atlantic Cape has completed multiple projects geared towards increasing accessibility including updating entrances to accessible standards, updating signage for better visibility, reconfiguring parking areas across our campus locations to add more accessible parking spaces, and adding ramps and a drop off zone to the Atlantic City campus. 

 

Information for Visitors with a Disability


Restroom 2 AccessibilityAll three of our campus locations have accessible restrooms available.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Parking AccessibilityAccessible parking spaces are available on all three campus locations for individuals with state-issued accessible parking placards or license plates.

 

 

 

 

 

Theatre Accessibility 

Hearing Assistance Accessibility

The Walter Edge Theatre at the Mays Landing campus has Assistive Listening Devices (ALD’s)  available to users upon request. ALD’s can be used with a hearing aid or cochlear implants to help a wearer hear certain sounds better.

Wheelchair seating for 6-8 and handicapped accessible seating for up to six.

Sign language interpreter's are available upon request and for a fee. 

 

 

 

Need Help with Your Visit to Atlantic Cape?

If you encounter a physical barrier at any campus location, we would like to hear from you. Please email cfa@atlantic.edu with suggestions. For immediate assistance, please contact the Center for Accessibility at (609) 343-5680 or Security at (609) 343-5125.

 

Information for Students

At Atlantic Cape, we are committed to providing a welcoming, encouraging, and empowering environment for students with disabilities. We are constantly updating and evaluating how we serve our students and strive to create an inclusive learning experience for everyone. In Spring of 2019, Atlantic Cape was recognized as a leader in creating accessible content for students by BlackboardAlly. Blackboard is an online portal where instructors can post course materials, educational resources and utilize discussion boards. The vast majority of Atlantic Cape courses have reached over 90% Blackboard accessibility and students are able to access their course materials in a variety of formats such as electronic braille, MP3 audio, via screen readers and more. Click here for more information.

For more information on our accessibility resource for Atlantic Cape Students please visit our Center for Accessibility page.

Digital Accessibility

Atlantic Cape’s goal is to develop web content and interfaces that meets the needs and expectations of users who experience physical, mental and technological challenges that makes finding information online more difficult. If you are a user with a disability, or an individual assisting a user with a disability, and have difficulty accessing any part of the website while using adaptive technology, have accessibility suggestions, or need an alternative format for any content, please email cfa@atlantic.edu.