725 School Street (formerly Shabbona Middle School) in Morris.
Door 27 (located on the west side of the building, by the track).
The center serves the greater Grundy County community and surrounding areas by providing continuing education and workforce services.
Classrooms are available for meetings, recruiting events, professional development, and employer training. All classrooms are equipped with the latest instructional technology:
- Credit and non-credit classes available
- English as a Second Language (ESL) and General Education Development (GED) programs
Community and Continuing Education
The Morris Edition of Fall 2017 Community and Continuing Education is here! View classes available at the Morris Education Center!
Academic Skill Testing at Morris Education Center
- Monday: 12:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Testing ends at 6:20 p.m. to allow staff time to shut down Computer Lab.
- Tuesday - Saturday: Closed
View Testing by Locations and Hours on our Programs and Resource page.
The JJC Morris Education Center has a variety of services to assist the general public in completing academic and employment goals.
Prospective and current JJC students can:
- Make payments
- Computer lab
- Scholarship information
In addition, provided the computer lab is not in use by a class, students can work in this lab to complete course work during posted day and evening hours.
Joliet Junior College offers a variety of workforce preparation opportunities at the Morris Education Center. JJC has been awarded several Workforce Investment Act grants by the Grundy Livingston Kankakee Workforce board to provide training and employment assistance to eligible youth, adults and dislocated workers. These programs are all offered at the
Grundy Workforce Services office in the JJC Morris Education Center. Opportunities include a resource room for job seekers and an online
Job Board listing open positions in the region.