This page has been designed to inform and update high school counselors with information that we think will help to assist you in advising your students about the college experience, and in particular, getting started at JJC. We hope you will visit this site often and find it a useful tool when advising students about their post-secondary education.
Joliet Junior College maintains an "open door" admissions policy, and applicants are eligible for admission if they are one of the following:
- A high school graduate or those with a High School Equivalency transcript (GED, HiSET, TASC).
- Applicants who have completed a home-school course of study.
- Anyone 18 years of age and older.
- Transfer students from other colleges and universities who meet one of the above criteria.
No standardized tests are required for admission; however, test information is helpful to college counselors and advisers who assist students with their educational planning. Therefore, students are encouraged to take national college entrance tests such as ACT or SAT.
Yes. Joliet Junior College requires that all new full-time students and those students planning on taking a mathematics, English, philosophy, or foreign language course must take the Placement Test.
The Placement Test is offered in the Academic Skills Center, A-1138 at Main Campus, Romeoville Campus Resource Center, Morris Education Campus (Morris) and the City Center Campus. See Academic Skills Center for more information.
Yes. It is offered in close proximity to the college by a private company, Campus Advantage, 1524 Centennial Drive, Joliet, IL. Visit the student housing website or call 815-730-1020.
Yes. High school students may take college credit course though the Early Entry Program, or Dual Credit.
Yes. Students planning to attend Joliet Junior College should submit a copy of their sixth or seventh semester high school transcript. Proof of fulfillment of the geometry prerequisite is required for most 100-level math courses. Most high school students can fulfill this prerequisite requirement from their high school geometry coursework.