Mays Landing - Main Campus

Nestled in the picturesque Pinelands, our 537-acre Mays Landing campus boasts a brand-new student center, state-of-the-art STEM center and the William J. Spangler library.  Classes in the Academy of Culinary Arts, nursing program, aviation/drone program as well as courses in our 40+ degree programs are offered year-round. Our comprehensive facilities provide access to classes, professors and resources for dozens of programs. 

Take a virtual tour of our Mays Landing campus


  • The Ping Pong Room is open.
  • The Club Offices will be open for club meetings only. (This will be strictly enforced.)



The William J. Spangler Library is home to the largest collection of print resources in the Atlantic Cape libraries. Designed as a learning commons, the library includes two computer laboratory spaces and a digital classroom supporting library instruction. We also offer tutoring services and provide access to assistive technology, making library resources accessible to all users. The Art Gallery is located on the second floor of the library.


You've got the passion. All you need is the know-how. The Academy of Culinary Arts (ACA) prepares you for a bright future in one of the world's hottest industries. With certification from the ACA, you'll get the skills you need and the credentials that command respect the moment you walk into any professional kitchen. The ACA boasts a 100% employment rate for graduates. In fact, graduates typically receive as many as three job offers. And we prepare you for that next step.



A successful course experience starts with the right tools. The campus store has everything you need in one place so you'll quickly find the items necessary to be prepared for your classes. With a streamlined shopping experience and competitive pricing, our campus store delivers the best value while guaranteeing you'll have the correct course materials. And you can shop with peace of mind knowing we make returns or exchanges a breeze.  



The main campus of Atlantic Cape is located in Mays Landing, among the Pinelands. The 537-acre campus consists of an attractive complex of contemporary buildings built around a quadrangle of lawn. The buildings are joined by walkways and a central loop connects buildings and parking areas with the Black Horse Pike. Notable buildings include:
  • Walter E. Edge Hall (C), contains the college’s theater and serves as the center for theater and music instruction. The college cafeteria is also located in one wing of the building, while the other wing is occupied by four Academy of Culinary Arts kitchens.
  • Daniel Leeds Hall (D-1), houses the college's William Spangler Library and Art Gallery. Expansion of the facility, completed in the fall of 1990, features the addition of a mezzanine level in the library, and a computer lab with space for more than 90 personal computers.
  • Jonathan Pitney Hall (E), contains the gymnasium consisting of spectator seating for 800, renovated locker rooms, a fitness center, showers and the Health Services Office and infirmary.
  • The Student Center (G) is the newest building on campus, providing student club space and lounge areas on the first floor and classrooms on the second.
  • Ruth Lee Allied Health Building (H), is the home of our Nursing department and provides classrooms, a nursing laboratory with a simulated ER, student lounge and faculty offices.
  • J Building, is a two-story building adjacent to Walter E. Edge Hall. The first floor houses all student services, including admissions, enrollment services, financial aid, cooperative education, counseling, EOF, bookstore, child care center, business office and the second floor is Administration.
  • The Academy of Culinary Arts (M), features more than 29,000 square feet of space. The entrance opens to an atrium lobby and the building provides teaching kitchens, classrooms, Careme's, (the gourmet restaurant run by students enrolled in the Academy of Culinary Arts), a lecture hall, Strudels, (a small retail bakery), and administrative and faculty offices.
  • S Building houses the college’s STEM programs, including Aviation and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (drones) training, along with other science, technology, engineering and mathematics programs.

Administrative Hours

Monday through Thursday, 8: 30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Closed Friday

Main Number:
(609) 625-1111

Mays Landing campus address:
5100 Black Horse Pike
Mays Landing, NJ 08330
(609) 625-1111 or (609) 343-4900  

Mays Landing Campus map

Map to Mays Landing Campus