JJC offers a variety of financial aid and scholarship options to students.
Click here for information on Student Accounts and Payments hours of operation, methods of payment, payment due dates, and the NBS automatic payment plan.
Information about federal (Title IV), state, and local resources as well as scholarships, grants, loans, and on- and off-campus work study employment opportunities.
Apply online for current scholarships and awards.
Information on job opportunities for both on-campus student employment and off-campus employment. Services include job postings, on-campus recruitment, job fairs, and internships. Students receive help with resumes, cover letters, job applications and interviewing skills.
Current tuition, fees, costs per course credit hour, charge back and cooperative agreements.
This Workforce Investment Act (WIA) provides financial assistance for education and training so that individuals can re-enter the workforce. WIA funding is designed to train people in short-term certificate or associates degree programs that will make them more marketable for occupations that are in high growth within the local area.