Atlantic Cape Community College provides a large amount of academic flexibility to students taking classes around a part-time or full-time work schedule. Many courses are provided on many different days and at different times of day for convience, however many alternate classes are held on the main campus at Mays Landing. Students with very full workloads may want to choose an online class to earn extra college credits. Overall, it is pretty easy for anyone to find a class schedule that will work for them, and individuals that are encountering issues with choosing appropriate times can simply talk to an academic adviser during registration on campus to gain assistance.
When registering for classes, the problem that students encounter most is the amount of time it takes to register. The best option, if a complex work or activity schedule is not applicable, is to apply for classes online at the Atlantic Cape Web site. Students often struggle with the amount of classes available on smaller campuses, such as the Atlantic City or Cape May County campuses, as compared to the Mays Landing campus, which has the most students but is not convienent for some people to travel to.