Registration is Open for Spring 2020

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Spring Semester 2020

  • Full Semester - January 21 - May 16
  • 1st Eight Week Session - January 21 - March 14
  • Cape May 12 Week Session - January 21 - April 18
  • 2nd Eight Week Session - March 23 - May 16


Course Schedules

Check our Course Catalog and Course Schedule to see times and availability of classes offered at Atlantic Cape. Make sure you register early to secure your spot in the classes that work best for you!


Tuition-Free College

New Jersey Community College Opportunity GrantSee if you are eligible for Tuition-Free College through the Community College Opportunity Grant.

Scholarships and Financial Aid are available. 


Registration Information

Once you are admitted to Atlantic Cape Community College, you may register early for classes. You can do so Online (WebAdvisor), by mail, by fax or in person. If you are registering for credit classes, check the registration checklist to make sure you have all the necessary information. View the price comparison chart. Information about Costs & Payment Plans is also available.

View your WebAdvisor account for more information and follow the instructions to use Online registration.

Mail your registration form with payment to:

Enrollment Services Office
Atlantic Cape Community College
5100 Black Horse Pike
Mays Landing, NJ 08330-2699

Register in person at one of Atlantic Cape's locations during the published registration dates in the academic calendar.

Fax your registration form with credit information to (609) 343-4914.

Program of Study

Check here to see which academic programs of study are offered here at Atlantic Cape.


Enrollment Verification

Atlantic Cape Community College, in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), will release specific information concerning a student (or former student) only with the signature of the student, a court order or a subpoena, a power of attorney authorized by the student, or upon the request of the executor of the student's estate.

Enrollment verifications must be requested each semester that the student is registered for classes. To request enrollment verification, you can download and print the form, or come to the Enrollment Services Office, Building J, Mays Landing campus and complete the request in person. Please provide all information requested on the form.


Registering for Credit Classes

Before you register, you will need to gather the following information. You will be asked to present this information at the time of registration.

 All full-time students are required to have hospitalization insurance in accordance with state law. Bring proof of insurance to the Business Office when you register or you will be charged for the college's policy.

Also in accordance with state law, new full-time students born since January 1, 1957 must submit a doctor's certificate of immunization for measles, mumps and rubella. Separate evidence must be submitted that a second immunization against measles has been administered in order to register for the next semester. See our Immunization FAQs for more information.

You must take the Placement Test at least 10 days before registering for classes. Results from this test will be used to determine your course placement.

If your Placement Test results indicate a need for developmental courses, you must schedule these courses first. Satisfactory completion of these courses is required for entry into most college-level courses. If you are a transfer student, have official transcripts sent from previous institutions at least two weeks before registering, or provide unofficial transcripts to show completion of course prerequisites.

If you are a returning degree student, you should meet with your advisors to have courses approved and registration forms signed before registration start dates. Review your academic progress report and get the name of your advisor from the Career and Academic Planning Center.

Payment is due at the time of registration unless other arrangements are made through the Bursar's Office. The following are accepted forms of payment: cash, checks (payable to Atlantic Cape), VISA, Mastercard, MAC and the Atlantic Cape Payment Plan. Vouchers and purchase orders are also accepted from any person or agency that provides a form or letter authorizing Atlantic Cape to bill them for tuition and fees. Payment will differ depending on if you are a general student or enrolled in the Academy of Culinary Arts, an Allied Health program, or are a member of SAGES (Senior Adults Gaining Education and Stimulation). Current charges are listed in the schedule of tuition and fees.

If you do not live in Atlantic or Cape May county you are required to file a chargeback form every semester or pay out-of-county rates. A chargeback authorizes Atlantic Cape to bill your home county in New Jersey for the out-of-county portion of the tuition. It is your responsibility to verify eligibility for a chargeback with your home county. Forms are available from the local county treasurer's office or community college

If you apply for financial aid, you will need to file at least 8-10 weeks before you plan to register. Call the Financial Aid Office at (609) 343-5082 or (609) 463-4774, ext. 5082, for more information or visit the Financial Aid Web page.


Senior Adults Gaining Education & Stimulation (SAGES) may register in person for credit courses on the last day of registration for the semester on a space-available basis. (This is the only day you can register, in person with SAGES card). SAGES may register at any of the three campus locations: Mays Landing, Atlantic City, or Cape May County. No mail registrations will be accepted. Courses in Nursing, Culinary Arts or Baking/Pastry, or class registrations submitted prior to the designated date are not eligible for a SAGES waiver.

Featured Academic Programs

Academy of Culinary Arts

Academy of Culinary Arts



Drone Program



E-mail or call Enrollment Services, (609) 343-5005 or (609) 463-4774, ext. 5005 or 625-1111, ext. 5005