MAYS LANDING- Registration for the winter and spring semester at Atlantic Cape Community College is officially open for current and prospective students. Winter classes start on Jan. 4 and spring classes start on Jan 19.  Flexible class options and scheduling paired with the convenience of online and remote learning makes earning credits easy.

As a nationally recognized leader in online learning, Atlantic Cape goes above and beyond to make sure their students succeed, especially during these unique times of learning. Technology resources, including loaner laptops, mobile hotspots,  free 24/7 tutoring, and supportive staff have helped make learning possible, while keeping everyone safe during the pandemic.

In addition to being convenient, classes at Atlantic Cape are more affordable than ever, and in many cases, students can qualify for free-tuition. New Jersey students who make less than $65,000 a year and are enrolled in at least six credits per semester at a county college may be eligible to have their tuition covered through the Community College Opportunity Grant. Since the start of the CCOG program in spring 2019, more than $2.6 million has been awarded to Atlantic Cape students.  Additionally, financial aid and scholarships are also available.

The winter term runs from Jan. 4-15 and offers students an opportunity to catch up or get ahead during winter break. In less than two weeks, students can earn three credits from the safety and comfort of home. Those who are home for the holidays can easily transfer those credits back to their regular institution.

Spring Term begins Jan. 19, and most classes will be offered remotely, with select classes offered in-person or in a hybrid format.

In-person registration is available at all three Atlantic Cape campuses, including admissions, financial aid, academic advising, testing and enrollment services between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on certain days.

  • Mays Landing: Monday-Friday
  • Atlantic City: Monday & Wednesday
  • Cape May County: Tuesday & Thursday

Registration can also be done online. For more information or to register please visit

Nanette LoBiondo Galloway

Award winning journalist covering news, events and people of Atlantic County for more than 20 years.