Student Success Center

Welcome to The Center for Student Success. It's here that you can learn more about programs and services that can enhance your academic success, leading to a more rewarding experience at Atlantic Cape and into your career. These resources are free to all Atlantic Cape students.

Academic advisors are available to assist you with choosing a major, selecting courses and monitoring progress towards your academic goals.

If you have less than 13 credits are required to meet with a Student Services Navigator (Academic Advisor) to discuss your major and plan your semester courses.

No appointment necessary. A valid photo ID is required when on any Atlantic Cape campus.

Ways to Meet Your Student Services Navigator (Advisor) or Counselor

In Person
  • We encourage walk-ins during office hours. You can discuss a variety of topics such as an academic plan, career services, issues with enrollment and major.  Please come prepared with a photo identification so we can best serve you. (Valid student ID or driver's license).
Requesting a Faculty Advisor
  • Based on your major, you may want your advisor to be a Faculty member from your area of study.  Faculty advisors usually post their office hours on their office doors.
  • Appointments for advisement sessions should be made directly with the Faculty member; call Academic Affairs at (609) 343-4909 for more information.
Online Appointment Scheduling
  • Use the links below to schedule an appointment with a Counselor from the campus of your choosing
  • For general advising questions, please visit Academic Advising and schedule an appointment with a Navigator (Advisor) from the campus of your choosing or email using your Buccaneer email and include your student ID number and a telephone number. An e-mail or telephone reply will generally be made within 48 hours.


Mays Landing campus
J Building 1st Floor
(609) 343-5621
Atlantic City campus
1st Floor
(609) 343-4895
Cape May campus
(609) 463-3960 


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Student Support Services (SSS)

Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally-funded program empowering and uplifting low-income, first-gen and disabled students through trips, programs and workshops.

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Education Opportunity Fund (EOF)

The Education Opportunity Fund (EOF) assists culturally-diverse, financially-eligible students who exhibit the potential to be successful in attaining their higher education goals. 

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Men of Atlantic Cape (MAC)

The Men of Atlantic Cape (MAC) retention program promotes the advancement of Black & Latino male students to become model citizens and leaders in our communities.


Credit Amnesty Form

Program of Study Form