Cape May Campus

Over 15 years of serving Cape May county residents

Cape May County CampusOur Cape May Campus opened in 2005 across from the beloved Cape May County Zoo, and offers locals convenient access to courses that count toward Atlantic Cape's 40+ degree programs.  Small class sizes give you the individual attention that leads to your success. Amenities in Cape May include classrooms, computer labs, tutoring, testing, counseling, financial aid offices, as well as faculty and administrative offices. The support, opportunities, and brand new ideas that you need to achieve your goals are right here in Cape May. 

A unique educational experience for Cape May county students

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Tori Tomlin, Cape May student and High Honors speaker for Class of 2019

12-week seasonal semester

The Cape May Campus offers a unique 12-week seasonal semester to help you balance your academic goals with the demands of the region’s busiest season. We offer classes that work around your busy schedule.
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Drone & Aviation Program

Cape May County has been at the forefront of UAS (drones) testing and development and Atlantic Cape is here to support this growing industry and to train our community in operation and maintenance of drones.
group of men flying a drone
Students in Professor Taggart's class get hands-on experience with drones.


Atlantic Cape's Cape May County Campus offers programs and services designed to enhance and support the student experience. Nestled in a beautiful wooded area across from the Cape May County Zoo, the centrally located campus is easily accessible from all points within Cape May County. 
  • 68,000 square feet
  • 19 classrooms including full biology and chemistry lab
  • Dance hall
  • Mullock Family Library and NonProfit Resource Center
  • A 100-seat lecture hall on the second floor with open ceiling to the third level
  • A conference room for 20 with teleconference capabilities

Find out more about Conference and Meeting Services available at the Cape May campus.

(Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus the physical campus is open to the public for in-person visits on Tuesdays and Thursdays only. The college is open and staff are available virtually to help Monday-Friday.)

Cape May county campus address:

341 Court House-South Dennis Road
Cape May Court House, NJ 08210-1972

Main number:

(609) 463-4774

Administrative hours:

9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
Staff available virtually to help

9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday
Staff available for in-person campus visits

Closed: Saturday and Sunday

Resources for the community

circulation desk at Mullock family library

The Mullock Family Library

The Mullock Family Library contains 7,000 books, 30 computer workstations, a fully equipped nursing lab and small-group study rooms. Cape May County residents 18 years of age or older can borrow books from the library with proof of residency. Come check out your local library today!

The Mullock Family Library also offers:

  • Access to all online services and books available at our Mays Landing campus library. 

  • Professional librarian on staff ready to assist you with research guidance and Information Literacy Instruction.

  • Assistive technology available to students with visual and other disabilities. 

  • FREE tutoring services for students.

three coast guard members in uniform at the CM veterans lounge

Supporting those who serve

Atlantic Cape is dedicated to supporting our Veterans in reaching their educational goals. We acknowledge all of their efforts and sacrifices in keeping our nation safe and strong and we are proudly developing new support systems to help our Veterans with the transition from soldier to student.

Resources for our Active/Retired Military, Veterans, and families:

  • Dedicated Veteran's Lounge that offers a comfortable, quiet space to meet or relax.

  • Educational opportunities, workforce training and career development programs on campus and online. 

  • TELEHEALTH computer and individual or family therapy sessions.

  • Plus... Scholarships and tuition assistance.

group of adults in computer lab at library, with instructor at front

Nonprofit Resource Center (NRC)

The Nonprofit Resource Center is located in the Mullock Family Library and helps nonprofits and individuals raise money for the causes they care about. The NRC is FREE and open to the public and these resources are only available on the Cape May County Campus. Find out more about the NRC.

Atlantic Cape's Nonprofit Resource Center provides:

  • Access to a suite of databases from Candid (previously known as the Foundation Center).

  • Access to the Foundation Directory Online with records of more than 140,000 U.S. foundations. 

  • Grants to Individuals database, which identifies organizations that fund scholarships and creative or entrepreneurial projects.