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Check Out the Available Classes for Summer and Fall 2021

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  • Second Summer Session classes start on June 28th
  • Third Summer Session classes start on July 12th
  • Fall classes start on August 31st

 

prefiere obtener informacion sobre la inscription en espanol? haga clic aqui4 types of classes will be available to choose from including in-person, online, hybrid, and remote.  Explanations of the types of classes can be found in the "Things You Need to Know Section" below. If you have questions, please contact academics@atlantic.edu.

Register early to secure your spot in the classes that work best for you!

Follow the steps below to register.

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Step 1: Academic Advising.

Virtual appointments with Academic Advisors are available Monday-Thursday. Advisors are here to help you make sure you are on track for your degree.

Questions? advising@atlantic.edu 

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Step 2: Register online via WebAdvisor. 

It's Important to register early to make sure you can get the classes you want when you want them. If you need to reset your password, please do so directly from WebAdvisor Home Page. Find out more on how to register online on our WebAdvisor Tutorial.

Questions? register@atlantic.edu

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Step 3: Make a Payment.

Payment for Summer Semester is due upon registration and payment for Fall Semester is due on Tuesday July 13th. You must make a payment, sign up for a payment plan, OR apply financial aid in order to reserve your space in your classes. Online payments accepted of Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and E-Check. Payment plans are available for the Fall Semester; find out more on Payment Plans.

Note:  Failure to make payment, to enroll in a payment plan and make the initial payment, or secure classes with financial aid may result in the registration being voided.

Questions? bursar@atlantic.edu 

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High School/Transfer Students

I am new to Atlantic Cape

Your first step to registering for classes at Atlantic Cape is to apply for admission.

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6 Easy Steps to Get Started at Atlantic Cape

Step 1: Apply for Admission

Step 2: Complete Financial Aid Application

Step 3: Take the Placement Test - NEW!

We have eased the restrictions on placement tests. Learn more: Placement Testing

Step 4: Explore your Career

Step 5: Register for Classes

Step 6: Make a Payment

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Questions? admissions@atlantic.edu 

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*It is important that you confirm your registration and payment. You can confirm your classes by selecting "Student Planning" within WebAdvisor, If your courses show up here then you are successfully registered. A payment confirmation will be emailed to your Buccaneer email account. 

 

Things You Need to Know

Atlantic Cape is currently offering student services remotely. Student services include admissions, financial aid, academic advising, testing, bursar, & enrollment services. Our Atlantic Cape staff is offering assistance over the telephone, through email, and with virtual appointments. Dedicated personnel are here to help you through the process and answer any questions you may have. We are prepared and trained to assist you remotely. Remote operations are available Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

In-person services are available at the Mays Landing Campus Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The Cape May County campus is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Atlantic City campus Mondays and Wednesdays during the same time.

A full list of information by department can be found in the "Important Contact" section directly below this information. 

Our new Mobile App, Atlantic Cape Connect, is available 24/7.  This app will help you find and register for the classes you want, check your financial aid status, make a payment, and much more at the comfort of your own home or on the go. 

DOWNLOAD THE MOBILE APP.

Admissions: admissions@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5000

Academic Advising: advising@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5621 Schedule a Virtual Academic Advising Appointment
Bookstore: acc@bkstr.com (609) 625-5205 

Enrollment Services: register@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5005
Financial Aid: finaid@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5082
Testing: testing@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5099

Help with email, WebAdvisor or Self-Service: register@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5005
Help with Blackboard Learn: onlinehelp@atlantic.edu (800) 617-2191

Event Date
Second Summer Session, 8 weeks June 28  - August 19
Third Summer Session, 6 weeks July 12 - August 19
Independence Day (Observed), College closed July 5
Full Fall Semester August 30 - December 18
First 8-week Fall Session August 30 - Oct. 23
13-Week Fall Cape May Seasonal Session September 20 - Dec. 18
Second 8-week Fall Session October 25 - Dec. 18

Students are encouraged to register early to secure your spot in the classes that work best for you. Payment for Summer Semester is due upon registration and payment for Fall Semester is due on Tuesday July 13th. 

Failure to make payment, to enroll in a payment plan and make the initial payment, or secure classes with financial aid may result in the registration being voided. 

Payment plans are available for the Fall semester.  Any student in good financial standing is eligible to apply.  Please contact the Bursar for payment options or a payment plan at bursar@atlantic.edu

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT PAYMENT PLANS

There is still time to apply for Financial Aid for the 2021-22 school year – you must complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be eligible for consideration.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT FINANCIAL AID

 

All students regardless of financial situation are encouraged to apply. Applying for financial aid means that you could be eligible for work study programs, loans, and grants. It’s free to apply and could save you a lot of money. Your tuition might even be FREE through the Community College Opportunity Grant program.

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Based on the state and local reopening orders and our concern about conducting classes in a safe environment, Atlantic Cape has four possible course options for this upcoming semester that meet state safety guidelines and will provide you a supportive and collegiate learning experience.

On-campus learning: synchronous, in-person instruction delivered in an assigned socially-distanced classroom. The faculty member is in the classroom with students for the regularly scheduled days/times.

Remote learning: synchronous, remote classes meeting on the regularly scheduled days/times using either Blackboard Collaborate or Zoom.

Online learning: asynchronous learning, utilizing Blackboard Learn. Students receive lessons and assignments from the professor. Coursework must be completed within the individual professor’s timeline.

Hybrid learning: Combines on-campus and online learning. In-person instruction meets once a week in an assigned socially-distanced classroom. The online component uses Blackboard Learn.

For questions, email academics@atlantic.edu

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 required immunization information.

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

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 scan and email the form to register@atlantic.edu. Please provide all information requested on the form.

Additional Resources

Tuition Free College

Tuition-Free College

The Community College Opportunity Grant (CCOG) offers free tuition for qualified students. Find out more and see if you're eligible.

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COVID-19 Information

Everything you need to know about safe campus operations, online learning, and updates regarding COVID-19.

Online Resources

New to online classes? Check out our Resources for Students and Online Learning page for valuable tips.

Atlantic Cape Connect Mobile App Now Available

Mobile App

Download Atlantic Cape Connect for free and take control of your college experience!

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Find out the important dates for when classes start, and holidays, and final exam schedules.

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Explore what Atlantic Cape has to offer. Degree programs and short-term certification programs available.

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Questions?

E-mail register@atlantic.edu or call Enrollment Services at (609) 343-5005.