Who do employers and four-year colleges look for? They look for well-rounded students whose interests reach beyond the classroom, for people who are involved in their campus and community. Join a club that parallels your major, piques your interest, helps you understand how governance works! A list of campus clubs and their special interests is included below.
Attend various activities offered throughout the academic year, such as workshops, seminars, demonstrations, and health fairs. Take part in intercollegiate sports or intramurals. Stop by the Student Life Center today! To learn more, visit Doug Mills in the Student Life Center in J building, or by telephone at (609) 343-5694.
Student Government Association
Purpose: To generate activities of interest for the benefit of the general student body; to create a representative governing body that promotes harmony among students, faculty and the administration of Atlantic Cape; visit the SGA homepage for more information. The SGA Senate Assembly meets each Thursday at 12:30 PM in Room J 206. Advisor: Doug Mills
A & P Club
Purpose: To provide an interactive environment for students to study human anatomy and physiology, and prepare for lab practicals. Advisor: Zhe June Xu Meets: Tuesday, 12:30 PM, S218.
Purpose: To foster interest in the visual arts both at Atlantic Cape campus and the surrounding region through discussions, demonstrations and field trips. Advisor: Rita Michlenko, Meets: Tuesday, 12:30 PM, K126.
Asian Student Alliance
Purpose: To represent the increasing Asian American student population. To promote our diverse Asian Culture and our unique Asian American society. To discuss and report relevant issues in today's modern American society affecting Asian American students. To bridge the gaps between our Asian American culture with other existing cultures within this institution. Advisor: Jay Peterson Meets: Tuesday, 12:30 PM, A104
Atlantic Cape Cheerleading Club
Purpose: To promote school spirit and collegiality. Advisor: Marcia Kleinz, Cheryl Garwood, Meets: Tuesday, 12:30 PM, A137.
Atlantic Cape Choir
Purpose: To explore various music types and genres with each other and the campus community. Performances held at least once per semester. Advisor: Robyn McCullough, Meets: Tuesday & Thursday, 12:30 PM, C125.
Atlantic Cape Environmentalists
Purpose: To spread student awareness on how to live in balance, harmony, and health on Planet Earth. By raising awareness we will be collectively shifting the attitudes of students while creating sustainable action. Advisor: Luis Montefusco: Tuesday, 12:30, A107.
Purpose: To offer all students opportunities to develop skills in news writing, photography, layout and graphics; to showcase those skills in the pages of a campus newspaper; and to provide information to the college community. Students interested in becoming club members should e-mail the firstname.lastname@example.org Advisor: Peter Brophy Meets: Thursday, 12:30 PM., Student Life Center.
Purpose: To enlighten and broaden student awareness of the aviation industry. Advisor: Timothy Cwik Meets: Wednesday, 2PM, S224
Baking & Pastry Club
Purpose: To encourage and facilitate the meaningful exchange of specialized concepts and techniques. To build professional alliances while promoting strong community "outreach" to generate enthusiasm and build support for networking between students. Advisor: Erin Adasczik Meets: Wednesday, 12:00PM, Kitchen 2
Black Student Alliance
Purpose: To encourage recognition of every Atlantic Cape student's cultural, academic and social-needs in the college environment and to enhance communication among all races on campus and in the community. Advisor: Lynette Ingram Meets: Tuesday, 12:30PM, B103.
Circle K Club
Purpose: To meet the personal needs of the individual collegian through qualities of leadership, the rewards of service, and the unique spirit of friendship. Advisor: Donna Marie McElroy Meets: Tuesdays, 12:30 PM, CMCC
Cross-Cultural Student Association
Purpose: To promote understanding among the various cultures and backgrounds of students on the Atlantic City campus and residents of the community at large, orient international students to American lifestyles, encourage cultural exchange between U.S. and international students, and increase awareness among Atlantic Cape students, staff, and faculty to the needs of international students and their contributions to campus life. Advisor(s): Shirley Shields, Michael Kammer Meets: Tuesday, 12:30 PM, Room 256, Worthington Campus, Atlantic City.
Culinary Student Association
Purpose: To promote appreciation in the food service and food preparation industries of the skills and professionalism of graduates of the Academy of Culinary Arts and the high quality of its courses and instructors. Advisor: Bruce Johns Meets: Tuesday, 12:00, M208 ACA.
Purpose: To assist all Atlantic Cape students majoring in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathmatics) and related fields, and to enrich their learning experience through communal activities and motivate them to continue their education in those fields. Advisor(s): Matthew Miller, Al Jou, Meets: S207.
Purpose: To provide an opportunity for the students of Atlantic Cape to learn, participate and compete in the sport of lacrosse at the intercollegiate level. Advisor: Jeff Wenzel, Shane Ritchie, Meets: Tuesday, 12:30 PM, B 102.
Paralegal Studies Club
Purpose: To further educate and expose paralegal students to the administration of law by way of activities that will enhance their education and interests in law. Advisor(s): Marilyn Keiner, Meets: Every other Tuesday, 6:00 PM, B104.
Performing Arts Club(PAC)
Purpose: To produce and present shows on campus and in the surrounding county in fulfillment of the club’s mandate as a community-oriented organization. Advisor: Philip Pallitto Meets: Mondday, 5:30 PM, C125.
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society
Purpose: To provide recognition of academic achievements for community college students. To provide community and campus service. The requirements to be invited to apply for membership in Phi Theta Kappa are: 3.5 cumulative GPA;12 credits general education credits earned to date, either from Atlantic Cape or another community college;currently enrolled at Atlantic Cape (full or part time). Eligible students that meet the above criteria are sent invitation letters in the mail each semester to the address they provide the college. They can then use the individualized passcode from the letter to sign up online. Advisor: Holly Scheulthesis Meets: Tuesday, 12:30 PM, A102. For more information on Phi Theta Kappa International visit www.ptk.org
Purpose: To broadcast music, entertainment, cultural and public service announcements and events via 107.9 FM and the Internet for the Atlantic Cape locations and the community at large. Advisor: Jim Taggart Meets: Thursday, 11:00 AM, C125.
Rewrites Literary Magazine
Purpose: To publish a literary magazine from college and community submissions for the community at large. Advisor: Richard Russell, Meets: Tuesday, 12:30 PM, B144.
Purpose: To gather the student body together to voice recognition for the females existing throughout the world, the inequality females face, but also the impeccable power and voice one has when she speaks. Advisor: Heather Boone Meets:Thursday, 12:30 PM, B103.
Purpose: To promote the game of soccer on campus. Advisor(s): Anita Polanco, Claude Fortune, Meets: TBD
Student Nurses Club
Purpose: To attain specific nursing goals and health education on campus and to continue nursing traditions and strive for graduation. Advisor(s): Joe Krafft Meets: Monday, 11:30 AM, H128.
T.V. & Film Club
Purpose: To televise Atlantic Cape club activities and events while mastering fundamentals of television equipment, such as camera, microphone and light. Advisor(s): Bojan Zilovic, Richard Monteleone Meets: Tuesday, 12:30 PM D001.