Dr. Peter MoraThank you for taking the time to view our Cape May County Campus five year anniversary Web page. Here you will be able to view information about the campus’ history, supporters, achievements, students and personnel, and the upcoming events that will celebrate this festive occasion.

Atlantic Cape’s success at the Cape May County Campus is due in large part to the advocacy of the College’s Board of Trustees and strong support of the Board of Chosen Freeholders of Cape May County. It was their vision and leadership that fostered the development of a branch campus in Cape May County.

Even before I became president, I was intimately involved in seeing this campus become a reality. And since 2005, when I was appointed to my presidency, I have made it my primary focus to ensure that we foster student learning in Atlantic and Cape May counties through access, excellence and stewardship. In collaboration with the Board of Trustees, faculty, staff, students, and the community, these three concepts constitute foundational principles upon which to create opportunity through access to superior education.

I am proud to say that looking back over the last five years since the doors opened at the Cape May County Campus, we have been able to move those values into action and create a growing and vibrant learning community.

Again, I thank you for taking the time to look over the many exciting accomplishments of the past five years and I enthusiastically invite you to join us as we celebrate this anniversary.

Sincerely,

Dr. Peter L. Mora, President
Atlantic Cape Community College