Spend your Summer at the Cape

Summer Courses

Interested in Fall ClassesSummer 2nd Session classes start on June 28th. Select from a wide variety of courses in order to fast-track your degree completion or lighten your course load during the fall and spring terms. College credits can be earned on all three campus locations and online. Take academic and career courses in business, communication, computers, English, math, science, and more!

4 types of classes will be available to choose from including in-person, online, hybrid, and remote. Explanations of the types of classes can be found in the "Things You Need to Know Section" below. If you have questions, please contact academics@atlantic.edu.

Important Info About Visiting Campus Student Resources for Online Learning

Registration is Open NOW

Students may register online, in person, by fax or mail. Payment for Summer Semester is due at the time of registration.  Financial aid is available to eligible students. Students may also be eligible to receive a Pell Grant for their summer classes. Visit Financial Aid to learn how to apply. Current students should consult with your academic advisor before registering. 

Class Schedule

View the entire summer schedule Online now through WebAdvisor! No log-in required.

Click "Students" then "Search for Sections" to browse by summer session and course subject. You will need to select each session individually to see the courses offered or enter start and end dates to see what's available throughout the entire summer.

Register now via WebAdvisor View available summer classes Schedule virtual advising appointment

4 types of classes will be available to choose from including in-person, online, hybrid, and remote.  Explanations of the types of classes can be found in the "Things You Need to Know Section" below. If you have questions, please contact academics@atlantic.edu.

New to Atlantic Cape?

The first step to attending Atlantic Cape is to apply for admission. Our free online application is quick and easy to complete.

Apply here Enrollment Checklist for New Students Schedule a remote admissions appointment

Visiting Students

If you are attending another college and want to take a course or courses at Atlantic Cape, you may apply as an undeclared Visiting Student. You do not need to re-apply to the college if you have previously applied but did not attend or have not attended recently. You must show completion of any required prerequisites with an unofficial transcript and verify that your home college will accept the course or courses you are taking. Send copies of unofficial transcripts to summer@atlantic.edu or fax to (609) 343-4921.

New Atlantic Cape Students

New students must first apply for admission and meet the testing requirement before registering.  If you are a recent High School graduate, submit your transcript and placement testing may be waived. It is important that you meet with an academic advisor before making your course selection.

Current High School Students

Atlantic Cape offers the opportunity for selected high school students, who have completed at least their first year of high school, to attend credit courses on a part-time basis. Students must apply for admission, provide a letter of permission from their guidance counselor or Principal, and take the placement test before registering for classes.

Things You Need to Know

Atlantic Cape is currently offering student services remotely. Student services include admissions, financial aid, academic advising, testing, bursar, & enrollment services. Our Atlantic Cape staff is offering assistance over the telephone, through email, and with virtual appointments. Dedicated personnel are here to help you through the process and answer any questions you may have. We are prepared and trained to assist you remotely. Remote operations are available Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

In-person services are available at the Mays Landing Campus Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The Cape May County campus is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and Atlantic City campus Mondays and Wednesdays during the same time.

A full list of information by department can be found in the "Important Contact" section directly below this information. 

Our new Mobile App, Atlantic Cape Connect, is available 24/7.  This app will help you find and register for the classes you want, check your financial aid status, make a payment, and much more at the comfort of your own home or on the go. 

DOWNLOAD THE MOBILE APP.

Admissions: admissions@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5000

Schedule a Virtual Admissions Appointment


Academic Advising: advising@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5621 Schedule a Virtual Academic Advising Appointment


Bookstore: acc@bkstr.com (609) 625-5205 

Visit their website to order books and supplies directly


Bursar: bursar@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5104


Enrollment Services: register@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5005


Financial Aid: finaid@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5082


Testing: testing@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5099

Schedule a Virtual Testing Appointment


Help with email, WebAdvisor or Self-Service: register@atlantic.edu (609) 343-5005


Help with Blackboard Learn: onlinehelp@atlantic.edu (800) 617-2191

Event Date
Full Summer Session, 14 weeks May 17 - August 19
First Summer Session, 6 weeks May 17 - June 24
Second Summer Session, 8 weeks June 28  - August 19
Independence Day (Observed), College closed July 5
Third Summer Session, 6 weeks July 12 - August 19

There is still time to apply for Financial Aid for the 2021-22 school year – you must complete your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be eligible for consideration.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT FINANCIAL AID

Based on the state and local reopening orders and our concern about conducting classes in a safe environment, Atlantic Cape has four possible course options for this upcoming semester that meet state safety guidelines and will provide you a supportive and collegiate learning experience.

On-campus learning: synchronous, in-person instruction delivered in an assigned socially-distanced classroom. The faculty member is in the classroom with students for the regularly scheduled days/times.

Remote learning: synchronous, remote classes meeting on the regularly scheduled days/times using either Blackboard Collaborate or Zoom.

Online learning: asynchronous learning, utilizing Blackboard Learn. Students receive lessons and assignments from the professor. Coursework must be completed within the individual professor’s timeline.

Hybrid learning: Combines on-campus and online learning. In-person instruction meets once a week in an assigned socially-distanced classroom. The online component uses Blackboard Learn.

For questions, email academics@atlantic.edu.

Questions

Have questions or need additional information? Please send an e-mail to summer@atlantic.edu.