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Registration Now Open for Summer!

Summer Classes begin May 22. Fall classes begin September 5 and registration opens April 3.

It's Important to register early to make sure you can get the classes you want when you want them. We strongly recommend that students meet with an academic advisor prior to registering.

FREE Laptop

laptop imageIf you register for six (6) or more credits, you can receive a new laptop that is yours FREE when you graduate. In order to be eligible, you must show continued academic progress during your time at Atlantic Cape and maintain six (6) or more credits per semester (not including summer). 

To arrange to pick up your laptop, please choose which campus, date and time works for you. Please note: There are no same-day pickups.

Having technical issues? Email us at techloan@atlanticcape.edu.

Schedule your Laptop Pickup at any of our 3 Campus Locations

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Available: Monday and Thursday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday 9 a.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Location: Room K112

Directions to Mays Landing Campus

Mays Landing Campus Map

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Available: Monday - Thursday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: Main Lobby

Directions to Atlantic City Campus

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Available: Monday - Thursday 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Location: Main Lobby

Directions to Cape May Campus

Important Laptop Program Info

There is a two-year warranty and accidental damage protection on the computer. If you have an issue with your laptop, you can contact Lenovo directly for repair or replacement or return the laptop to Atlantic Cape's IT department for an exchange.

Please note that all your data that is stored on this computer will be erased if returned or replaced. It is your responsibility to backup your data before requesting a replacement.

If you have questions about this program, contact techloan@atlanticcape.edu

Atlantic Cape Community College has obtained IBM Lenovo laptop computers to assist with student technology needs.   

Prior to using the Atlantic Cape Community College laptop computers and related equipment, students will be required to sign this computer loaner form and agree to the following outlined conditions before being issued a computer. 

1.       Students shall protect the Atlantic Cape Community College loaner laptop computer and related equipment from damage and theft. 

2.       Students agree that the loaner laptop computer is contingent on the student staying enrolled with 6 credits or more. If a student either stops attending Atlantic Cape or decides to enroll in less than 6 credits, the student must bring the laptop back to the college. If the student does not return the laptop, the student will be responsible for reimbursing Atlantic Cape Community College for the fair market value of the laptop at the time of non-return. The student can contact the Information Technology Department for scheduling the drop off at techloan@atlanticcape.edu.

3.       Atlantic Cape Community College has agreed to transfer permanent ownership of the loaner laptop to the student when the student becomes eligible to graduate.  

4.       Students who choose to store school data (grades, tests or exams) will be required to maintain backups of all data in the event of hardware or software failure. 

5.       Students who choose to store personal data on the loaner laptop such as Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and Personal Health Information are doing so at their own risk. It is highly recommended students do not save passwords to secure websites such as Email, Blackboard, and Self-Service.  Atlantic Cape Community College will not be held responsible for any data loss or breach.

6.       Students will be required to maintain the Windows operating system and software applications. The Atlantic Cape Information Technology team will not provide operating system, application software and support.

7.       The hardware has been purchased with 2-year accidental protection. Students may contact Lenovo directly for repair or replacement or return the equipment to IT for exchange.  The Atlantic Cape Information Technology department will provide support for hardware issues only.

8.       Atlantic Cape’s Information Technology department strongly recommends that the students install Anti-Malware protection and to enable automatic Windows updates. Various Anti-Malware packages can be obtained free of charge such as Avast, Kaspersky, AVG, and Bitdefender.

Terms and Conditions

These programs are made possible by the Federal Government’s Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds (HEERF). 

The free laptop requires registration in six or more credits and successfully graduating from Atlantic Cape with an associate degree or certificate. Students must return College laptops if they un-enroll or transfer from the college. This offer is subject to availability. Depending on demand, students may be put on a waitlist. 

Additional rules and restrictions may apply.

Atlantic Cape may cancel or alter any of these offers at any time.