About the Cape May County Campus

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.  The campus features a three-story, nearly 68,000-square-foot building with two connected wings, and offers:

  • 19 classrooms including:
    • 8 academic classrooms with instructor computers, multi-media capabilities and white board on three walls
    • 1 collaborative classroom
    • 1 continuing education classroom
    • 1 distance education classroom
    • 6 computer labs
    • 1 biology lab
    • 1 chemistry lab
Cape May County Campus Library
  • A 100-seat lecture hall on the second floor with open ceiling to the third level
  • A conference room for 20 with teleconference capabilities
  • Student Services: Students can apply for admission, register for classes, seek assistance to apply for financial aid, and make payments in one location on the main floor of the campus.  Additionally, comprehensive testing and counseling services are available
  • Information Commons: The Mullock Family Library contains 7,000 books, 30 computer workstations, and access to all online services and books available at the Mays Landing Campus library. A Learning Assistance Center with computers adjoins the CMCC library. A professional librarian, lab aides, reading/writing, math and content tutors provide academic resource support to students, faculty and staff. Three small-group study rooms surround the library. Cape May County residents 18 years of age or older can borrow books from the library with proof of residency
  • Nonprofit Resource Center: Located in the Mullock Family Library, the center provides free access to the best and most comprehensive information available on foundation and corporate giving, including three world-class databases: Foundation Directory Online, Foundation Grants to Individuals Online, and Foundation Maps
  • Active Military and Veterans Services: Counseling and support services as well as benefit enrollment assistance offered on campus by an outreach specialist from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and a service officer from the N.J. Department of Military and Veterans Affairs. The Veterans Lounge, located on the first floor, is also available for small groups and individuals to gather and study. Contact Jacqueline Hinker at (302) 304-5509 or Alicia Kagan at (609) 441-3060 for information about Veterans benefits. For information about counseling services, contact Michelle Walsh at (302) 300-0965
  • Morey Family Student Success Center: Services include academic and career counseling, cooperative education, transfer advisement, guidance on methods for student success, and special needs support
  • Cafeteria: The cafeteria features a "Grab and Go" menu and a complement of vending services
  • Faculty and administrative offices
  • Dance studio: Located on the first floor, the studio is used for dance classes offered during the fall and spring semesters and can also be rented by off-campus groups
  • Parking and Transportation: Parking spaces for 300 cars; New Jersey Transit Bus Route 552