Student Activities

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! 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 Center today! To learn more, visit Lisa Givens in the Student Center (G building), or by telephone at (609) 343-5010.

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Student Clubs and Organizations

Over 20 student organizations to get involved in.

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Attend Events on Campus

Discover events happening on campus.

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Leadership Opportunities

Get involved in student government or leadership training programs.

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About Us

The office of student Engagement is here to help make every student feel like a part of the community.

Vision & Mission

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Start a new organization

Don't see an organization you are interested in? Start your own!

Get involved

Speak (and write) your mind

Express Yourself

We believe in the power of expression. And Atlantic Cape provides the creative outlets necessary for our entire community to express itself.

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Student Newspaper

Atlantic Cape Review

Our student newspaper is the venue for students to develop and hone their newswriting and photography, graphics and layout skills. Published monthly during the fall and spring semesters.

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Radio Station Run by Students

107.9 WRML

Our student-run radio station broadcasts music and public announcements daily during fall and spring semesters. The radio station also supports student functions by playing music at dances and events.

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Literary Magazine


Our literary magazine is a forum for students, faculty, staff, and alumni to share their art. Includes short fiction, one-act plays, pencil drawings, pen and ink drawings or photographs and is published each spring.