SGA Connections

Welcome to SGA Connections

Here you will find links to events, information, speakers, discussions, live performances, webinars, and more!  Let's stay virtually CONNECTED.  #SGAHERE4U

 Student Engagement & Student Government are looking forward to seeing YOU on campus!


  Welcome Back Festivities at our Cape May Campus


Cape May Campus - First Floor

Sept. 27 &  Sept. 28

 10:00AM- 1:00PM

 Make new connections, enjoy free food, music, giveaways, and more!


Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrar el mes de la Herencia Hispana 

Rick Reyes angelica maria


 Latinx Leads

Latinx Leads Virtual Leadership Experience

Oct. 9 10:00AM -5:00PM

Student Engagement & SGA will sponsor five (5) currently enrolled Atlantic Cape students for the Latinx Leads Virtual Leadership Conference.

Deadline to Sign up is Friday, September 17th or when slots are filled.

The Latinx Leads Student Leadership Conference is the largest national gathering of Latinx student leaders and campus-based advisors to address the most critical topics of diversity and social justice challenging our Latinx community within colleges and universities. Through experiential workshops, keynote sessions, and round table discussions teams of students will acquire the necessary knowledge and skills needed to advance Latinx- related causes and increase their participation in leadership roles within their campuses. During the conference students will be led through a facilitated workshop to develop a program or event (i.e. Campus Action Plan) that the team selects to work on together on in order to bring back a piece of the Latinx Leads Conference (LLC) experience to their own campuses.

Visit for more information on the conference. 

Questions email

Sept. 29 


Student Center Mays Landing- G Lobby

Movie Night

Feature Film   In the HeightsIn the Heights

Usnavi is a bodega owner who longs to go back to his native Dominican Republic. In the meantime, he spends his time in a small neighborhood in Washington Heights pining after Vanessa, a beautiful lady working at the beauty salon and looking after Abuela Claudia, the elderly Cuban lady living next door who raised him, among many others. One day, Usnavi's childhood friend Nina comes back from college with a secret, and Abuela Claudia wins the lottery.

 Oct. 4 Taco

National Taco Day

Student Engagement and SGA will sponsor 1 free Taco with toppings and 1 drink in the Mays Landing Campus Cafeteria. Present your current Student ID in the Student Center-G Lobby beginning at 11 AM for a ticket. First, come basis.


Oct. 6

Jindo Jam Latinx JindoIt’s BINGO with a BEAT! 

Do you like Music? Games? Prizes?  Then, you’re gonna LOVE Jindo!

A fast-paced LIVE VIRTUAL game night of Latin music and trivia Fun and Prizes!.

Jindo mixes name-that-tune with bingo for a fun NEW twist on a classic game. Join your host in Zoom by scanning the QR Code or visiting

Oct. 6


12:30 – 1:30 PM

Student Life Center 1st floor

Come Travel with Tammy through virtual videos – we will be visiting Spain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Brazil.  We will play the beautiful sounds of Hispanic music and learn to Salsa dance.

Oct. 6


Cafeteria Patio


Hispanic Heritage Celebration

An outside event with DJ playing Spanish music and Latin dancing. Dance instructions to students on Hispanic popular dances.

Giveaways: Bookmarks with Hispanic historical facts, snacks & water

*In case of inclement weather the event will be held in the cafeteria.


Oct. 7


Walter Edge Theater- Mays Landing Campus

Adriel y su Orquesta Adriel Gonzalez

Student Engagement & SGA presents Adriel Gonzalez and his 12 piece Salsa Orchestra for an evening of Salsa Fusion of yesterday and today with distinct influences from Domingo Quiñones, Tony Vega, and Gilberto Santa Rosa.

Light refreshments will be served during a brief reception beginning at 5:00 PM. This event is free and open to the public.

Oct. 15

12:00AM- 12:00PM


Ecore Presentation  In the Heights

Student Engagement will film stream In the Heights students can log in a view for 24 hours. Visit for a live link.

 Sept. 21

12:30 PM

Mays Landing Student Center G Lobby

Kenyetta Collins

Let's Talk Tuesday          

"What's On Your Mind?"

How does it feel to be "Back on Campus", what are your concerns, or questions? Student Engagement will hold an open forum on Campus Life during a pandemic and how we can cope together. Professor Kenyetta Collins, Assistant Professor Psychology will facilitate this discussion.       


Oct. 5

12:30 PM

Student Center - G Lobby

Personal Development Workshop

The importance of mental wellness, emotional fluency, and how to build resilience. Nathan Evans Jr. facilitator. Nate will share his personal journey with mental health, how he built resilience, and tips on how to combat stressors like depression & anxiety.  Each participant will receive a copy of the E-book, “A College Students Guide to Mental Strength; 7 steps to Build Resilience”.                                                                                                           

Oct. 14

12:30 PM Mays Landing Student Center G- Lobby

Breast Cancer Awareness

Pink Smoothie Day   Pink SmoothiesWear your Pink and come out for important information on breast cancer awareness.

Oct. 18

Women's Entrepreneur Week

Oct. 21

11:00 AM-1:00 PM Mays Landing Student Center G- Lobby

Domestic Violence Awareness

Avanzar presents the Clothesline Project

Clothesline Project addresses the issue of violence against women through a visual display of shirts hung from a clothesline, each decorated by a victim or someone who cares about her. Donna D'Andrea of Avanzar will provide information on resources.

Oct. 28

5:00 PM


Drive-In Movie Night

Mays Landing Campus Parking Lot #3

Decorate your Truck and Pull In for a night of Tricks Treats and Scares! Feature Film "A Quiet Place II.