Main Campus A-1020 (Campus Center)Phone: (815) 744-2200 (External Use)
Extension 2479 for internal use only
Office Hours:Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 6:00pmFriday: 8:00am - 4:30pm(Closed on Fridays during the summer: May 19-Aug 4)
Special Office Hours:
*Time subject to change
New full time students should visit the new student page to apply first.
There are several ways to register for course sections at JJC. You can use our online eRegistration, schedule a group advising session to register, or by phone or in person through the Registration Office (Main and Romeoville Campus only). Please see the
how to register page for more details.
Go to eResources, go to the Students Menu, and under "Registration" choose "Search for Sections".
The schedule can be accessed by going to
Visit these resources for Internet access:
See the Academic Computing Labs Web site's information on
Open Lab Locations and Hours.
JJC will have a limited number of hard copies available of the class schedule, which will only be provided on a first-come-first-serve basis at the following locations:
Please note: Once a section is past the refund date, (check your schedule for the refund date), you cannot drop it via eResources. You will not even see it under "Drop Sections".
You may drop a course by phone or in person at any of the following campuses:
Express registration (eRegistration) is online registration - the quickest and most efficient way to sign up for course sections. To use it you must know the section's synonym OR the subject, course number, section number and term. Before you visit express registration you should research this information and have it all ready and decided. Then you just need to plug in the data and submit.
If you need help applying online, see the
eRegistration page for a step by step guide.
ID/Username/Password help page.
This is the place you will go to add and drop course sections. Within Register for Sections you can:
If you are searching for a class, it is best to search based on subject and course number instead of course levels. The course levels option is useful when working with degree audit, and not as useful for course section inquiries.
(Note: there are a number of classes that use computer software as a main component of instruction that are not noted in the class descriptions)
Sections come in two categories, lecture and labs. If a course section was traditionally done in a classroom setting it is classified as a lecture even if it is now delivered over the Web. If you are looking at the course description available through "Search for Sections", you are seeing information pertaining to all sections of a course and not necessarily just for that one section.
Online PDF versions of the JJC college catalog are available at our