Graduates throwing the caps in the air in excitement after graduating.


Congratulations Class of 2024

The 57th Annual Commencement was held on Thursday, May 16, 2024.


View a recording of the Commencement Ceremony

Read about this year's ceremony here

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You have made it! It took many long hours of driving to class, studying late into the night, note taking and examinations, but you have earned your associate's degree! Be proud of your accomplishments and celebrate because you deserve it. 

The faculty, staff and administrators here at Atlantic Cape are excited to acknowledge your successes as you proceed to the next phase in your academic life. We thank you for making Atlantic Cape a part of your educational journey.

Each and every one of you has written a chapter in your lives that shows you can adjust, persevere, grow, and make a positive difference in your own lives and the lives of others. These strengths of character will motivate you onwards to your future successes that we know you will accomplish.

Information about Graduation & Ceremony FAQs

During Commencement 2024, please share your photos and videos with us on social media by using #AtlanticCape24.

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View Graduate Spotlights

Photos of 2024 graduates.At Atlantic Cape, our graduates have an inspiring story to tell. Behind every face there is a tale of perseverance, motivation, intelligence and courage waiting to be heard.

Read our 2024 graduates' stories here


Ceremony Information

Photo of Brian Bridges - Secretary of Higher Education

The graduation ceremony included remarks from Atlantic Cape President Dr. Barbara Gaba, keynote speaker Secretary of Higher Education Dr. Brian K. Bridges, 4.0 High Honors Student Representative Abigail Tomasso and SGA President Sultana Zakia.

Commencement Speaker

Dr. Brian K. Bridges
Secretary of Higher Education, New Jersey Office of the Secretary of Higher Education

Dr. Brian Bridges is responsible for policy development and coordination of higher education activities for the State of New Jersey. He previously served as Vice President of Research and Member Engagement at the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) where he led UNCF’s Frederick D. Patterson Research Institute (FDPRI) and the Institute for Capacity Building (ICB).

Click here for Dr. Brian Bridges biography.

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