Note to Dual Credit Students
ATTENTION NEW STUDENTS:
Registration for fall 2014 semester courses began April 26, 2014, and the semester begins on August 25, 2014.
At this time New Student Orientations for fall 2014 are closed.
Starting Monday, August 18, 2014 the Counseling and Advising Department will provide walk-in advising for students seeking part-time course recommendations. Please view the NSO video prior to seeking assistance in the Counseling and Advising Department.
Students registering for courses on or after August 14, 2014 will be required to pay for classes by the close of business the next day. It is the student's responsibility to withdraw from courses you do not want to be held financially responsible for.
New Student Orientation is an important first step towards college success. NSO is an opportunity to learn about Joliet Junior College’s programs, services and resources. You will receive information regarding academic programs, student support services, registration, and payment processes. You will also meet with a counselor or advisor to develop your first semester schedule and get registered for the semester.
Click the following image to view the presentation video. Be aware that the video requires a few moments to load.
You are ready for New Student Orientation if you have:
1. Completed the new student steps.
* Note to Dual Credit Students
Currently enrolled dual credit students planning to attend JJC on a full or part-time basis after high school are required to submit a new online application and select "traditional student". (Completing the new application will change their status from dual credit to their proper program of study while attending Joliet Junior College.) It is required that dual credit students attend a New Student Orientation session in order to receive critical information about college programs, services, and resources that will support student success
2. Obtained your JJC username and password. Student must have their JJC username and password with them the day of orientation.
3. Viewed the online new student presentation. This will be available for fall 2014 NSO's on Monday, April 21, 2014. Be aware the video will take a few moments to load.
4. Picked an orientation date, time, and location. Please be aware that NSO is approximately 2 & 1/2 hours in length.
Parents and other supporters are welcome to attend the new student orientation presentation. Following the presentation parents and family supporters will have an opportunity to ask questions while the student is in the counseling/registration session.
5. Print your JJC Academic Summary and New Student Orientation ticket. Students must bring both of these documents the day of orientation.
Students pursuing agriculture or horticulture majors must contact these departments to complete a major-specific orientation for new students. See the Horticulture Sciences Department or Agriculture Sciences Department for more information.
Welcome Parents, Families and Supporters
Joliet Junior College welcomes parents, families and supporters of new college students. The information session at the beginning of orientation is open to everyone that would like to learn more about JJC. Following the presentation new students are escorted to the library where they receive counseling and registration assistance. Parents, families and supporters are encouraged to stay with the presenter and have any questions answered. New students that receive support are more likely to succeed in college we welcome your questions.
JJC Connect Summer 2014
You are invited back to JJC Connect. This is the second part of the orientation experience for new students, parents, families and supporters. Learn more about JJC Connect! JJC Connect is not only for new students. There are sessions available that will answer everyone's questions.
JJC Connect Sessions
College 101: For Parents & Family Supporters
Connect to Knowledge at the JJC Library
Connect Majors to Careers
Transfer 101: A Road Map to Transfer Success
Show Me The Money: Resources for Financing College
Campus Safety, Resources & Initiatives: Campus Police & Counseling
Overcoming Barriers (Bilingual Staff Available)
If you would like a reminder email regarding JJC Connect dates and program information send us an email email@example.com.
To address immediate questions or concerns, please contact the Counseling Office at 815-280-2673.