Atlantic Cape Community College News at Atlantic Cape Community College Public Safety Alert <p> <div>Atlantic Cape Community College along with other colleges and universities in our region have learned from authorities that a threat of violence has been made to "a university near Philadelphia." There is no specific threat to Atlantic Cape. &nbsp;</div> <div></div> <div>Public Safety and local police have increased patrols on all campuses and will continue to monitor the situation. &nbsp;</div> <div></div> <div>We are encouraging our community to be aware of their surroundings and diligent in reporting any concerns or suspicious activities both on our campuses and on social media sites. Please contact Security or 9-1-1 for any emergency.&nbsp;</div> <div><strong><br /></strong></div> <div><strong>Mays Landing Campus Security: 343-5125</strong></div> <div><strong>Worthington Atlantic City Campus Security: 343-4841</strong></div> <div><strong>&nbsp;</strong><strong>Cape May County Campus Security: 463-6390&nbsp;</strong></div> </p> Academy of Culinary Arts Hosts Fall Open Houses <p>The Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College will host open houses this fall for prospective students who love to cook and are interested in starting a career in the culinary field.</p> <p>The open houses are planned for 1-3 p.m. at the college wide open house, Sunday, Oct. 18; and noon, Friday, Nov. 13; at the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike, M-Building.</p> <p>The Academy offers two-year degree programs in culinary arts, baking and pastry, and food service management, and specialization programs in hot foods, baking and pastry, food service management and catering.</p> <p>ACA students have many opportunities to gain hands-on experience throughout the year. Some activities include: Atlantic Cape Community College Restaurant Gala, Iron Student Chef Competition, American Culinary Federation&rsquo;s Junior Chefs Competition, Cha&icirc;ne des R&ocirc;tisseurs dinner, Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s Organic Greenhouse, Strudels Bakeshop, Culinary Student Association, Baking &amp; Pastry Club and food shows.</p> <p>Register online for an open house at <a href="../../aca/visit.htm" target="_self"></a></p> <p>Full-time classes meet five hours a day, Monday through Friday, in morning and afternoon sessions. Part-time classes are available also.</p> <p>The ACA has been training future chefs by nationally recognized chef educators for more than 30 years, and is accredited by the American Culinary Federation. For more information about the ACA, call 1-800-645&#8209;CHEF, email&nbsp;<a href=""></a>, or visit&nbsp;<a href="../../aca"></a>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Atlantic Cape Community College&rsquo;s Art Gallery will feature renowned watercolor artist James McFarlane&rsquo;s paintings, Oct. 2-24, at the gallery, located inside the William Spangler Library, D-Building, of Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.</p> <p>McFarlane, president of the American Watercolor Society, finds inspiration for his paintings from the beauty of his native state, Pennsylvania, and neighboring states, regular vacations to Maine, or quiet places and exotic sites he has encountered on trips abroad. He also paints in gouache, often on a collage base for added texture with color being the true subject.</p> <p>The gallery hours are: 9:30 a.m. &ndash; 8 p.m., Monday and Wednesday; 9:30 a.m. &ndash; 9 p.m., Tuesday; 9:30 a.m. &ndash; 7 p.m. Thursday; 9:30 a.m. &ndash; 4 p.m., Friday; and 11 a.m. &ndash; 4 p.m., Saturday.</p> <p>The gallery will host monthly exhibits of a wide variety of works including drawings, paintings, printmaking, computer arts, ceramics, sculpture, photography, mixed media, 2-D design and crafts. Showcased artists will be students, faculty and local artisans.</p> <p>For more information, contact Joyce Hagen, art gallery coordinator, at</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Early Bird Tickets on Sale for the March 24 Restaurant Gala; New Waterfront Venue Announced <p>A first-time, &ldquo;early bird&rdquo; special is available until Dec. 31, for those interested in attending South Jersey&rsquo;s premier food and beverage event, the 33<sup>rd</sup> Atlantic Cape Community College Restaurant Gala. Individual tickets are available for $200 each, a $25 savings; and tables of 12 are $2,400, a $300 savings. The 33<sup>rd</sup> annual Atlantic Cape Community College Restaurant Gala takes place Thursday, March 24, in the Avalon Ballroom of Harrah&rsquo;s Waterfront Conference Center, a new venue for the gala.</p> <p>The annual event showcases food by serving thousands of hors d&rsquo;oeuvres prepared by students from the Academy of Culinary Arts and featuring the culinary specialties of 40 of the region&rsquo;s best restaurants at a progressive dining experience.</p> <p>This year&rsquo;s theme is &ldquo;Mission Possible,&rdquo; a play on the famous &ldquo;Mission Impossible,&rdquo; with a focus on making scholarships possible for Academy of Culinary Arts students through Gala proceeds.</p> <p>The event has raised $3 million since 1984, with proceeds benefiting student scholarships at the Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College and Atlantic Cape Foundation operations.</p> <p>To purchase early bird tickets, send checks payable to the Atlantic Cape Foundation to: Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation, 5100 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing, NJ 08330. There will be no exceptions or extensions beyond the Dec. 31 deadline.</p> <p>For more information, contact Lori McIntyre at&nbsp;<a href=""></a>&nbsp;or <a href="file://localhost/tel/609-463-4672">609-463-4672</a>.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> CMCC to Host 10-Year Anniversary Community Day Oct. 12 <p>Atlantic Cape Community College invites local residents to Community Day, a celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the opening of the Cape May County Campus, 2-6 p.m., Monday, Oct. 12, at CMCC, 341 Court House-South Dennis Road, Cape May Court House.</p> <p>Community Day offerings include campus tours, refreshments, a larger-than-life anniversary card for guests to sign, games, face painting, music, career workshops, a live radio broadcast, and the opportunity to visit a class in session.</p> <p>Information about Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s programs and services will be on display, including: the Academy of Culinary Arts, admissions, continuing education, Health Professions Institute, student clubs, Rutgers at Atlantic Cape, Fairleigh Dickinson University and the Atlantic Cape Foundation.</p> <p>Community supporters also will be in attendance, including: Caring for Kids, the American Association of University Women-Cape May County Branch, Cape May County Zoo, The Wetlands Institute, the New Jersey Audubon Nature Center &amp; Cape May Bird Observatory, Coalition against Rape &amp; Abuse, Cape May County Government and Cape May County Council for Young Children. Cape Regional Medical Center staff will perform blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol screenings.</p> <p>Since opening its doors in 2005, the Cape May County Campus has brought credit programs and career training to thousands of county residents. The campus provides support services, including counseling, testing, tutoring and financial aid as well as administrative offices.</p> <p>For more information, visit</p> Last Chance to Register for Oct. 9 Golf Tournament <p>Time is running out to participate in the 2015 Atlantic Cape Community College Scramble &ldquo;Fore&rdquo; Scholarships golf tournament, Friday, Oct. 9, at the Cape May National Golf Club.</p> <p>The tournament will follow a scramble format, beginning with a shotgun-start at <br /> 12:30 p.m.</p> <p>Player fees, which include a complimentary gift, lunch and awards dinner, are $150 per person and $500 per foursome. Golfers can participate in a variety of skills challenges, including closest-to-the-pin and longest drive contests. Individuals and businesses can also support the event through sponsorship opportunities ranging from $125 to $5,000.</p> <p>Chris Ford of Margate, former Holy Spirit High School basketball player and head coach of the Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks, will be the featured guest at this year&rsquo;s tournament. Golfers will have the opportunity to take photos with Ford by South Jersey-based photo company The Good Vibes Booth. Photos will be printed on site and Ford will autograph them.</p> <p>The historic Chalfonte Hotel in Cape May will host an awards dinner at 6 p.m., providing a steak dinner, and students from Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s Academy of Culinary Arts will prepare a variety of decadent desserts. Tuckahoe Brewing Company will be onsite, providing beer for the event. Tickets to the awards dinner only are $50 and can be purchased online at <a href="../../golf"></a>.</p> <p>A variety of raffle prizes will be available, including overnight stays at Resorts Casino Hotel, Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa and The Reeds in Stone Harbor; $100 gift card to The Knife and Fork Inn, jewelry from Whale&rsquo;s Tale, a massage from Hand &amp; Stone, brunch for two at the Historic Smithville Inn, a foursome at Stone Harbor Golf Club, and more.</p> <p>&nbsp;For sponsorship or player information, contact Alicia McMackin at (609) 343-4986 or <a href=""></a>.</p> <p>Atlantic Cape established the Foundation in 1978 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit charity to build a broad base of financial support for its programs and services. Foundation members are drawn from local industry and small businesses and represent a broad cross-section of active leaders in the community. The</p> <p>Foundation has raised more than $3 million for scholarships, Foundation operations and to enhance academic programs and the campus environment. Annually, the Foundation provides nearly $300,000 for institutional scholarships, grants and emergency help.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Trustees Approve Contracts, Personnel Changes in September <p><strong></strong>Atlantic Cape Community College&rsquo;s Board of Trustees met Sept. 22 to approve personnel matters, contracts and purchases at the Mays Landing Campus.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>Purchases, Contracts Approved:</strong></p> <p>--Specialized testing and inspection services for the Student Success Center, Craig Testing, Mays Landing, $25,000.</p> <p>--Emergency transformer replacement at Mays Landing Campus, R. Palmieri Electric, Buena, $42,130.</p> <p>--Software and hardware support for Xirrus wireless system, Turn-Key Technologies, Inc., Sayreville, $33,386.</p> <p>--PBX telephone support, Tricomm, Moorestown, $60,000.</p> <p>--Facility condition assessment, Entech Engineering, Reading, Pennsylvania, $62,968.</p> <p>--SimCare support plan for air traffic control tower simulator and RADAR systems, Adacel Systems, Orlando, $39,919.</p> <p>--The following non-bid awards for culinary food items in excess of $17,500 each to: Ashley Foods of Philadelphia; B.F. Mazzeo Fruit &amp; Produce of Northfield; Balford Farms of Burlington; Dawn Food Products Inc. of Edison; Samuels and Son Seafood of Philadelphia; and US Food Service of Bridgeport.</p> <p>--A contract with Salome Heyward &amp; Associates of Sagamore Beach, Massachusetts, for $28,000 plus expenses; Interactive Accessibility Inc. of Sudbury, Massachusetts, for $10,080 plus expenses; and Access 4 All of North Brunswick, for $25,000 plus expenses, to evaluate disability services, recommend improvements and supply training.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>In Personnel Action, the Board:</strong></p> <p>--Appointed Richard Garwood of Northfield, supervisor, facilities management, effective Sept. 23.</p> <p>--Appointed Beth Goodwin of Somers Point, housekeeper I, facilities management, effective Sept. 23.</p> <p>--Appointed Anne Osman of Estell Manor, program coordinator, Child Development Associate State Project, workforce development, effective Sept. 23.</p> <p>--Accepted the resignation of David Pringle, counselor I, student support services, retroactive to Aug. 28.</p> <p>--Accepted the resignation of John Wade, journeyman, facilities management, retroactive to Sept. 15.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>In Other Business, the Board:</strong></p> <p>--Approved a change in nomenclature from Pre-Engineering to Engineering, Associate in Science degree, effective fall 2016, to more accurately reflect the program name used at other institutions of higher education.</p> <p>--Approved a title change from Small Business Management Specialist professional series to Entrepreneurial Professional (professional series), effective spring 2016, to reflect current terminology.</p> <p>--Approved the draft financial statement for the year ended June 30, 2015, as of Sept. 10, 2015.</p> <p>--Approved the FY&rsquo;16 financial statement for Aug. 31, 2015.</p> <p>--Approved a transfer of funds from the Cape May County Campus renewal and replacement reserve to a designated plant fund account to support the cost to replace boilers at the campus, not to exceed $100,000.</p> <p>--Adopted a new policy to fully comply with the federal Violence Against Women Act and the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act. The policy states the college &ldquo;is committed to taking all steps to eliminate violence against members of our community. The college will fully comply with the federal Violence Against Women Act and the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act.&rdquo;</p> <p>--Approved revisions to the college&rsquo;s Policy of Nondiscrimination to include language to state compliance with the American with Disabilities Act Amendments of 2008 and the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2014, which imposes new obligations on colleges and universities through the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act provision.</p> <p>--Approved revisions to the Affirmative Action policy to reflect current standards.</p> <p style="text-align: center;"><strong>In the President&rsquo;s Report:</strong></p> <p>--Dr. Richard Perniciaro, executive vice president of planning, research &amp; facilities, provided an overview of the strategic planning process for 2017-2021. The plan will build on strengths and lessons learned from the current plan and meet the Middle States Commission on Higher Education accreditation principles, standards and criteria. The Strategic Planning Committee will assess current conditions, develop recommendations, and present a plan to the Board of Trustees in late spring for endorsement.</p> <p>--Dr. Peter L. Mora, president, introduced the chairs of the Middle States Steering Committee, Jean McAlister, dean of resource development &amp; president/Board of Trustee operations, and Dr. Augustine Nigro, assistant professor of history and government. The college&rsquo;s decennial evaluation by the Middle States Accrediting Association takes place in spring 2018, and the college is initiating its three-year planning model, starting with the establishment of a Steering Committee.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>The next meeting of the Board of Trustees will be held at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Oct. 27, at the Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus, Room 204. All are welcome to attend.</strong></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> Atlantic Cape Offers New Certified Internet Marketing Practitioner Course in October <p>Atlantic Cape Community College is offering a comprehensive digital marketing certification geared toward anyone responsible for marketing tools and techniques to reach customers through digital technology, this fall.</p> <p><strong>Certified Internet Marketing Practitioner (CIMP) </strong>can benefit marketing students, marketing professionals, business owners and managers, developers and Web designers, and includes social media marketing, Web analytics, online advertising and email marketing, 6-8:30 p.m., Tuesdays and Wednesdays, beginning Oct. 13. Obtaining the EC-Council&rsquo;s CIMP credential will give participants an edge over the competition in the digital marketing industry. Cost is $499.</p> <p>The course will be will be held at the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.</p> <p>To register, call (609) 343-5655, or visit <span style="text-decoration: underline;"></span>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Calling all beer and food enthusiasts. A six-course meal, paired with different beers, will be hosted at Careme&rsquo;s Restaurant, located at Atlantic Cape Community College&rsquo;s Academy of Culinary Arts, 6:30 p.m., Oct. 8.</p> <p>Dr. Lynn Hoffman, author of &ldquo;A Short Course in Beer,&rdquo; will lead the dinner, explaining to guests why each beer was selected for each course, which also includes dessert.</p> <p>Cost is $65 per person.</p> <p>Dr. Hoffman is currently teaching a 10-week Beer Leadership course at Atlantic Cape Community College&rsquo;s Charles D. Worthington Atlantic City Campus.</p> <p>Careme&rsquo;s Restaurant is located in M-Building on the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.</p> <p>Reservations for the dinner can be made by calling <a href="../../aca/caremes.htm" target="_blank">Careme&rsquo;s</a> at (609) 343-4940.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Atlantic Cape Offers Variety of Social Media Workshops This Fall <p>Atlantic Cape Community College will offer a variety of professional development and personal enrichment social media workshops with instructor Susan Adelizzi-Schmidt, president of Suasion Communications Group, this fall.</p> <p><strong>Hashtags, Ice Buckets and Twizzlers: Social Media Strategies for Nonprofits</strong> will teach attendants how their nonprofit organization can benefit from social media tools, tactics, content and fundraising strategies with a focus on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube, 6-9 p.m., Oct. 1.</p> <p><strong>Facebook for Small Business</strong> will cover the ins and outs of building a compelling presence for a business on Facebook, 6-9 p.m., Oct. 22.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Social Media for Professional Business </strong>sets out to educate participants on how to use social media to engage customers and market your business while gaining a better understanding of which social media tools your potential customers favor, 6-9 p.m., Nov. 5.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Social Media Strategies for Real Estate Agents: Get Social, Get Sold!</strong> will demonstrate how agents can widen their pool of prospects while building their brand and community relationships, as well as cover social media tools, tactics, content, planning and strategy, with a focus on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and YouTube, 6-9 p.m., Nov. 19.&nbsp;</p> <p>Workshops will be held at the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.</p> <p>For fees and to register, call (609) 343-5655, or visit <span style="text-decoration: underline;"></span>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> College to Host Open House Oct. 18 <p>Atlantic Cape Community College will provide information for those looking to earn their degree, begin a new career or enhance job skills at an open house, 1-3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 18, at the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike.</p> <p>Attendees will have the opportunity to meet college faculty and learn about degree and career-training programs, take a tour of the new STEM building, and explore the Mays Landing Campus, as well as learn about the enrollment process and financial aid opportunities.</p> <p>Programs and departments represented include Admissions, Allied Health and Nursing, Computer Information Systems and Aviation, Continuing Education, Rutgers University, Professional Studies and more.</p> <p>The Academy of Culinary Arts will host an open house during these hours for anyone interested in learning about the culinary and baking programs offered by the ACA at the Mays Landing Campus.</p> <p>Registration for the Oct. 18 open house is required at <a href="../../openhouse/"></a>.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Academy of Culinary Arts Announces Winners Of ACA Cupcake Wars: Miss America Challenge <p>Eighteen students at the Academy of Culinary Arts at Atlantic Cape Community College combined their passion for baking with a local favorite to come up with the <em>ACA Cupcake Wars: Miss America Challenge.</em></p> <p>The students in Chef Educator Annmarie Chelius&rsquo; Elements of Wedding Cake Design class each selected two to three states to create cupcakes representing the contestant&rsquo;s state, talent or platform. With the judging completed Friday, Sept. 11, the top five cupcakes were all created by students Aimee Fischer of Toms River with her Miss Washington, D.C. and Miss New York cupcakes; Emily Garber of Washington Township with her Miss New Jersey and Miss Idaho cupcakes; and Laura Wilson of Blackwood with her Miss Nevada cupcake. But there could only be one winner, and top honors went to Fischer&rsquo;s Miss New York-themed apple cinnamon cupcake with a salted caramel Italian buttercream filling. Fischer said she chose to use Pink Lady and Gala apples because New York is known for their apples, and incorporated Miss New York&rsquo;s school colors (green and white) from Wagner University into the tiara she made.</p> <p>Her plans to celebrate her victory? &ldquo;Sleep,&rdquo; Fischer said with a smile.</p> <p>Contestants included: Aimee Fischer of Toms River &ndash; New York, New Hampshire and Washington, D.C.; Alicia Pugliese of Newfield &ndash; Utah, Rhode Island and Minnesota; Emily Newton of Cape May &ndash; Kansas, Texas and Montana; Emily Dunn of Berlin &ndash; Virginia and Tennessee; Rosemary Plantarich of Williamstown &ndash; Arizona, North Dakota and Maryland; Brianna Wright of Point Pleasant &ndash; Georgia and New Mexico; Kelsey Selwood of Mullica Township &ndash; Mississippi, Massachusetts and Alabama; Nysha Melton of Galloway &ndash; Hawaii, West Virginia and Oklahoma; Katelyn Viscusi of Ocean City &ndash; Colorado, Iowa and Vermont; Julianna Blaszyk of Deptford &ndash; Oregon, Washington and Pennsylvania; Michele Fulford of Egg Harbor Township &ndash; California, Nebraska and Arkansas; Taylor Borz of Collings Lakes &ndash; Michigan, Puerto Rico and Alaska; Bryanna Varner of Bayville &ndash; Florida, North Carolina and Illinois; Alexandra Teise of Cape May Court House &ndash; South Carolina, South Dakota and</p> <p>Indiana; Laura Wilson of Blackwood &ndash; Delaware, Nevada and Wyoming; Justice Pritchett of Woodbury &ndash; Maine, Louisiana and Montana; Emily Garber of Washington Township &ndash; New Jersey, Connecticut and Idaho; and Samantha Robinson of National Park &ndash; Kentucky, Ohio and Wisconsin.</p> <p>The ACA has been training future chefs for more than 30 years, and Chef Chelius recently received national honors, being named 2015 CAF&Eacute;/Sysco Corporation Educator of the Year. For more information about the ACA, call 1-800-645&#8209;CHEF, email&nbsp;<a href=""></a>, or visit&nbsp;<a href="../../aca"></a>.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Atlantic Cape Offers New Club 50 Plus Genealogy Workshop this Fall <p>Atlantic Cape Community College&rsquo;s Club 50 Plus will offer a new workshop this fall designed to introduce old learners to genealogy research.&nbsp;</p> <p>During <strong>Intermediate Genealogy Research</strong>,<strong> </strong>attendants<strong> </strong>will discover how to search online resources to expand their family tree, 6-8 p.m., two Tuesdays, Oct. 20 and 27, at the Mays Landing Campus. Cost is $49.</p> <p>Join Club 50 Plus for $5 and get a 15 percent discount on future Club 50 Plus workshops, culinary and professional development through June 30, 2016. Mention code: CEGN001-MW01.</p> <p>Club 50 Plus workshops are offered at the Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike, Building T. For more information or to register, call (609) 343-5655 visit <a href="../../ce"></a>. &nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Atlantic Cape, Rutgers Sign Dual Admission Agreement <p>Atlantic Cape Community College and Rutgers University signed a conditional dual admission agreement for four Rutgers degrees this month. The agreements enable students who complete an associate degree at Atlantic Cape seamless continuation toward a Bachelor of Science at the Rutgers Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy on the New Brunswick Campus in Public Health, Public Policy, Planning and Public Policy, or Urban Planning and Design.</p> <p>Additionally, the institutions signed an articulation agreement for the Bachelor of Science in Health Administration, allowing students continued progression toward the bachelor&rsquo;s degree at the Rutgers at Atlantic Cape campus. This program will be offered for the first time in Mays Landing in spring 2016.</p> <p>These agreements expand the long-standing relationship between Atlantic Cape and Rutgers, however, this is the first agreement that creates a direct path to the New Brunswick campus. Also notable, the agreement for the Health Administration program allows seamless transfer for students who earn an Associate in Applied Science from Atlantic Cape to the program, rather than Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degrees.</p> <p>&ldquo;This relationship is built on a successful model of higher education partnerships flourishing throughout the state and country and is a cost-efficient way to meet the state&rsquo;s growing demand for higher education,&rdquo; said Dr. Peter L. Mora, Atlantic Cape president. &ldquo;We have a strong relationship, and this is another increased level of high-end opportunity for our students.&rdquo;</p> <p>Rutgers and Atlantic Cape partnered in 2006 to expand opportunities for residents of southeastern New Jersey. &ldquo;These collaborative efforts resulted in the opening of the Rutgers Lifelong Learning Center in 2012, which is currently serving over 300 students,&rdquo; said Jason Jankowski, manager of academic programs for the Division of Continuing Studies at Rutgers.</p> <p>Rutgers offers the following degree programs at its Lifelong Learning Center at Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s Mays Landing Campus:</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Business Administration</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Criminal Justice</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Health Administration (beginning in Spring 2016)</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Labor Studies and Employment Relations</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Liberal Studies</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Political Science</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Psychology</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Psychology with Early Childhood Concentration</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Public Health</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; RN-BSN Nursing</p> <p>&middot;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Social Work</p> <p>For more information, visit or</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Atlantic Cape Community College will celebrate the beginning of the 2015 fall semester at its art gallery with an exhibit showcasing the visual arts talents of its employees through Sept. 26.</p> <p>The gallery is located inside the William Spangler Library, D-Building, at Atlantic Cape&rsquo;s Mays Landing Campus, 5100 Black Horse Pike. Gallery hours are: 9:30 a.m. &ndash; 8 p.m., Monday and Wednesday; 9:30 a.m. &ndash; 9 p.m., Tuesday; 9:30 a.m. &ndash; 7 p.m. Thursday; 9:30 a.m. &ndash; 4 p.m., Friday; and 11 a.m. &ndash; 4 p.m., Saturday.</p> <p>There will be a reception from 2-4 p.m., Friday, Sept. 25. The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public.</p> <p>The gallery will host monthly exhibits of a wide variety of works including drawings, paintings, printmaking, computer arts, ceramics, sculpture, photography, mixed media, 2-D design and crafts. Showcased artists will be students, faculty and local artisans.</p> <p>For more information, contact Joyce Hagen, art gallery coordinator, at</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>