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Future Students

Atlantic Cape: The Smart Decision for Your Future

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Get your degree while saving big. We're more affordable than private four-year institutions. Plus, the Atlantic Cape Foundation awarded $628,000 in scholarships last year alone. And if you're a top performing high school graduate, your tuition could be free.

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Learn from distinguished professors who are experts in their fields. Choose from 46 degree programs, including a rigorous Honors program and the number one culinary school in New Jersey. With small class sizes, you'll enjoy personalized attention from our renowned faculty.

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Student Life

Enjoy everything that makes college, college. We have a diverse array of student organizations and athletic teams.  You will get more from your Atlantic Cape experience than just a great classroom education. Take advantage of the countless opportunities to network, socialize and grow.

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Transfer Options

Start here and get your bachelor's degree elsewhere – while saving big. We have transfer partnerships with 28 prestigious four-year institutions. You can even earn your degree from Rutgers or Fairleigh Dickinson without ever leaving our campus. These partnerships mean you enjoy exclusive scholarships, special tuition rates and more.

By The Numbers

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6 Easy Steps to Get Started at Atlantic Cape

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Step 1: Apply

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Step 2: Submit Financial Aid Info

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Step 3: Take the Placement Test

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Step 4: Explore Your Career

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Step 5: Register for Classes

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Step 6: Make a Payment

 Start the process now

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