FAQs on Joliet Junior College Operations


This page offers the latest details on academic, business, and general operations at Joliet Junior College amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Updates are routinely provided as details are finalized. View specific questions through the category drop down menus below. If you don’t see an answer to your question, contact the department through the phone number or email listed for that category.

Remote services are still available and encouraged. If you need to visit campus, please schedule an appointment by contacting the department so we can prepare your visit. 

Joliet Junior College is operating under Phase 4 of its Restore JJC Plan.

View Restore JJC Plan - Operations and Safety Procedures

 

General Operations During COVID-19 Pandemic

  • Number of COVID-19 Cases

    Effective Aug. 3, JJC is tracking cases of students and employees confirmed to have contracted COVID-19. This chart will be updated as the college becomes aware of new confirmed cases.

    In accordance with CDC protocols, JJC has and will conduct proper cleaning and sanitization of areas that a person confirmed to have contracted the virus has been. For additional information on safety procedures, view the safety measures category below.

    Number of  Joliet Junior College COVID-19 Cases

    Last updated: Aug. 4

    Students

    Confirmed  Cases

    0

    Employees

    Confirmed  Cases

    1

     

    Total Confirmed Cases

    1

     

    Previous cases of COVID-19 were tracked for a brief period beginning in late March when JJC initially closed campus due to the pandemic. For archived case numbers, visit our coronavirus advisory page.

  • Are fall 2020 courses online or in-person?

    All Fall 2020 lecture courses will be delivered online.

    This includes lecture courses that had been scheduled to be traditional face-to-face as well as lecture courses that had been scheduled to be hybrid.

    Courses scheduled with a combination of lecture and lab should be delivered in a hybrid format—lecture online and lab face-to-face.

    The face-to-face component would be contingent upon the State’s Restore Illinois plan and achievement of the Phase 4 standard. Until this standard is met, online lab simulations will be used in lieu of face-to-face labs. Details will be developed and finalized by departments, deans, and the Academic Affairs division.

    Lab-only courses will be delivered face-to face contingent upon the State’s Restore Illinois mandate and achievement of the Phase 4 standard.

    Until this standard is met, online lab simulations will be used in lieu of face-to-face labs. Details will be developed and finalized by departments, deans, and the Academic Affairs division.

  • Are on-campus services available?

    Remote services are still available and encouraged.  If you need to visit campus, please schedule an appointment by contacting the department so we can prepare for your visit.


    As of July 6, 2020 Joliet Junior College is operating under Phase 4 of its Restore JJC Plan.

    According to the Restore Illinois plan, K-12 and higher education institutions can begin on-site instruction when their quadrant reaches Phase 4 - Revitalization.

    Phase 4B:

    Effective Aug. 3, JJC employees are working under staggered schedules on campus, with limited office staffing. Hours vary by office, and can be viewed in the corresponding office sections below. Due to fewer numbers of office employees working each day, you're asked to make an appointment prior to visiting campus. Remote services will remain available and are encouraged.

    Those visiting campus are asked to familiarize themselves with JJC's safety procedures by reviewing the section below or by watching our safety procedures video

    The college has installed hands free thermometers at key points of entry at Main Campus (Buildings A, U, G and J), Romeoville, City Center, Weitendorf and Morris. These devices read a person's temperature at their tear ducts. Fever is considered 100.4 or higher.

    Due to its size, the Main Campus (view map) will only have the following doors open for entry with hands-free temperature stations:

    Monday through Thursday:

    • A-Building (bell tower front door)
    • G-Building
    • U-Building (closes for entry at 2 p.m.)
    • J-Building (closes for entry at 2 p.m.

     

    Friday through Saturday:

    • G-Building only

  • Will there be a commencement ceremony for 2020 graduates?

    JJC will honor its May 2020 Commencement graduates through a virtual ceremony, which will be available to view starting Sept. 4. The college has partnered with StageClip to produce the ceremony. A representative from StageClip will be contacting students through their school email that would have been eligible to participate in the May 2020 ceremony. Students will also have the opportunity to create their own brief video to send to StageClip for inclusion in the ceremony.

    Continue to check the graduation web page for the latest information, or direct questions to graduationoffice@jjc.edu.

  • When can I register for fall classes?

    Registration is open for the fall 2020 semester.

    • Fall semester begins Monday, Aug. 17.
    • Fall flex start classes begin Aug. 31, Sept. 14 and Oct. 12.

    New students: Apply here | View Additional Application Information

    Current students: Register here

  • Is the college holding events?

    Most, if not all events during the fall semester, will be held virtually. Visit www.jjc.edu/events or the college's social media pages (account links at bottom of web page), as well as specific department social media accounts to view upcoming events and locations. 

  • What's the status of JJC sports for the fall?

    In accordance with the National Junior College Athletic Association's action plan for the 2020-21 academic year, the Joliet Junior College men's and women's cross country teams will compete this fall, with practice scheduled to begin Aug. 1. 
     
    However, competition for fall contact sports has been postponed until early 2021. The college's women's volleyball season will begin in January, and the men's and women's soccer teams will play in the spring. 

    Learn more on the JJC Athletic Department website

  • Is the college conducting employment searches?

    Despite limited access to campus and working remotely, Joliet Junior College will continue to post job announcements and fill vacant or new positions at https://employment.jjc.edu/

    During this time job offers will still be offered, however, candidates will not be able to start in their new position until the college re-opens or unless approval is obtained by the hiring manager's respective Cabinet leader. 

    During this time, search committees will be conducting the interview process virtually.

  • How do I connect with the college/ask questions?

    • JJC website and chat
    • Main Switchboard: 815-729-9020 (Open M-F 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. & Fri 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)

COVID-19 Safety Measures On Campus

As some campus student services and classroom laboratories reopen during Phase 4 operations, students, employees, and visitors will notice and be required to follow the safety measures outlined in the video and items below. 

Watch: JJC's New COVID-19 Safety Features

  • Temperature Checks Upon Entering Campus

    The college has installed hands free thermometers at key points of entry at Main Campus (Buildings A, U, G and J), Romeoville, City Center, Weitendorf and Morris. These devices read a person's temperature at their tear ducts. Fever is considered 100.4 or higher.

    Due to its size, the Main Campus (view map) will only have the following doors open for entry with hands-free temperature stations:

    Monday through Thursday:

    • A-Building (bell tower front door)
    • G-Building
    • U-Building (closes for entry at 2 p.m.)
    • J-Building (closes for entry at 2 p.m.

     

    Friday through Saturday:

    • G-Building only

     

    Upon entry, you'll be asked by a Campus Police officer if you're exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19 as outlined by the CDC and visible to guests by a chart. If symptom free, you will step toward the thermometer for a temperature reading. These thermometers are strategically placed so that only the guest and the Campus Police officer will see the temperature reading. 

    Watch: JJC's New COVID-19 Safety Features

  • Will I be required to wear a mask?

    Masks will be required at all common areas. They are to cover both your nose and mouth when wearing. Masks, along with hand sanitizer, will be available upon arrival. 

    Watch: JJC's New COVID-19 Safety Features

  • How will social distancing be established?

    The college has installed social distancing markers and directional arrows in high traffic areas across its campuses, spaced six feet apart per social distancing guidelines by the CDC. 

    In places where social distancing is difficult, such as student service and front desk areas, clear plastic dividers have been installed. 

    Watch: JJC's New COVID-19 Safety Features

  • What cleaning techniques is JJC using?

    In accordance and in addition to CDC guidelines, JJC's Facilities Services team is utilizing the following cleaning techniques to ensure a safe campus. 

    • Increased custodial presence throughout day to wipe down common areas and office spaces.
    • Thoroughly sanitizing restrooms every 2-3 hours.
    • Labs will be disinfected utilizing electrostatic sprayers between labs.
    • Work spaces sanitized daily.
    • In bathrooms, paper towels are now available and automatic dryers are turned off. 
    • Increased air turnover rates to/from outside air – HEPA filter changed from quarterly to monthly.

    Watch: JJC's New COVID-19 Safety Features

College Offices and Student Support Services

Current students can browse office information below, as well as access our online student support services database in the MyJJC Portal, a one-stop shop for JJC’s remote services.

Admissions and Recruitment

  • Connect with Admissions Office/View Office Hours

    • Admissions website and chat
    • Phone: 815-280-2493
    • Email: admissions@jjc.edu
    • Fall Office Hours (Beginning Aug. 3):
      • Mon: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
      • Tue: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Wed: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
      • Thur: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Fri: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

  • What services do they provide?

    Admissions can answer questions, process documents, updates, and complete other processes for admitted students across a number of services. These include transcripts and test scores, address changes and residency questions, and cooperative agreements, among others. Chat service is also available from the admissions web page.

Adult Education and Literacy Services

Bookstore

  • Connect with Bookstore/ask questions

    • Bookstore information
    • Online Bookstore
    • Phone: 815-280-6767
    • Email: bookstore@jjc.edu
    • Fall Office Hours (Beginning Aug. 3):
      • Curbside Pickup starting Monday, Aug. 3: 
      • Every 5 minutes M-TH: 11 a.m. - 3:55 p.m.
      • Store Hours:
      • Mon: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
      • Tue: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Wed: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
      • Thur: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Fri: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

  • What services do they provide?

    The JJC Bookstore equips students with new, used and digital course materials as well as provides JJC-themed merchandise and other materials.

    The JJC Bookstore will be operating as an online shop through August 9, 2020 or later should circumstances require us to do so. All orders will ship directly to you due to the campus closure.

    Please place you orders at bookstore.jjc.edu. The JJC Bookstore accepts financial aid, job grants/vouchers, checks, and major credit cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express) as payment. Please carefully review your order options and terms and conditions when placing your order.

  • When can I return a rented textbook?

    Spring 2020 textbook rental return date is now May 22, 2020. Please use the book return bin outside the entrance of Building A-Main Campus Center. Tuck a copy of your rental reminder email, or the JJC Bookstore rental postcard, snugly into the book for proper check-in. You may also write your full name and contact email on a piece paper if the reminder email and postcard are not available.

    For students who are unable to come to campus, you may mail the rental book back to JJC Bookstore, Rm A-1012, 1215 Houbolt Road, Joliet, IL 60431. Make sure any mailed item is postmarked by May 22, 2020.

    The JJC Bookstore will waive late fees through May 28, 2020. Any rental books not returned by, or not properly identified, by May 28, 2020 will be charged to the credit card on file and will include additional charges including a $10 late fee per rental, sales tax, and the difference between the retail price minus the original rental charge.

  • Can you help me access textbook course materials?

    Summer 2020 course materials will be available for purchase online on May 15, 2020.

    Fall 2020 course materials will be available on July 20, 2020.

    Our textbook look-up tool at bookstore.jjc.edu/college will allow you to view prices and format choices for your materials before purchasing. You may also compare JJC prices with other online retailers by using our free online comparison tool at jjc.verbacompare.com. For students who prefer e-books, browse our digital partner’s summer e-book store jjc.redshelf.com. E-books can provide students up to 60% off retail print prices.

    For information about Digital Access please visit bookstore.jjc.edu/digital-access. You can also find additional information at bookstore.jjc.edu/customer-service.

  • How does the COVID-19 pandemic affect Book Buy Back and refunds?

    Since we are not able to buy back books while the physical store is closed under the state mandate, you may want to consider online options rather than wait for the bookstore to reopen. Buyback will be conducted online through August 31, 2020, or later should circumstances require us to do so.

    Please visit our wholesale buyback partners at jjcbookstore.valorebooks.com, nebook.com/virtualsellback and onlinebuyback.mbsbooks.com. The JJC Bookstore is not operating these third-party sites and is not responsible for transactions including rental books accidently sold at virtual buyback.

    Our full refund policy is available on our customer service page.

    While the physical campus is closed, please contact the bookstore if you believe you have an item that is within the refund policy period. The JJC Bookstore can verify eligibility and discuss options to complete the refund. You may email bookstore@jjc.edu with the ISBN/SKU and title/name of the item in question along with the purchase date. Please include the course number and section.

     

Career Services

  • Connect with Career Services/View Office Hours

  • What services do they provide?

    Career Services is available to assist undecided students in their major and career exploration. Advisors and pathway coaches are also available for summer and fall academic planning and coaching. Resume review, interview prep, and job search assistance is available for students seeking internships and employment opportunities on and off campus. Information regarding participation in the Disney College Program is also available.

Disability Services

  • Connect with Disability Services/View Office Hours

    • Disability Services website
    • Telephone: 815-280-2613
    • Email: disabilityservices@jjc.edu
    • Fall Office Hours (Beginning Aug. 3):
      • Mon: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
      • Tue: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Wed: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
      • Thur: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Fri: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

  • What services do they provide?

    Disability Services is designated by the college to support students and community members with disabilities under Section 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Disability Services arranges accommodations for eligible students and community members, and assists college administration, faculty, and staff to provide required accommodations.

Dual Credit

Financial Aid/Veterans Resources

  • Connect with Financial Aid Office-VRC/View Office Hours

    • Financial Aid website and chat
    • Financial Aid Phone: 815-828-4340
    • Financial Aid Email: finaid@jjc.edu
    • MyJJC Self-Service menu (Available 24/7)
    • Financial Aid Fall Office Hours (Beginning Aug. 3):
      • Mon: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
      • Tue: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Wed: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
      • Thur: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Fri: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
    • Veterans Resource Center (VRC) website
    • VRC Phone: 815-310-5799
    • VRC Email: veteransbenefits@jjc.edu 
    • VRC Fall Office Hours - By APPOINTMENT ONLY - (Beginning Aug. 3):
      • Mon: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
      • Wed: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    • VRC Live Online Chat (Beginning Aug. 3):
      • Mon: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
      • Tue: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
      • Wed: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
      • Thur: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

  • What services do they provide?

    Provides students and veterans with opportunities to obtain funding to meet their educational costs.

  • How do I submit documents online?

    1. Access your JJC student email through my.jjc.edu
    2. Attach the scanned or clearly photographed document(s) to the email
    3. Select "Encrypt" from the email (…) menu
    4. Send to finaid@jjc.edu

    Be sure to encrypt any email that contains documents with personally identifiable information, such as SSN, birthdate, etc. 

    Please note, if you recently submitted documents, please allow up to 10 days for your Self-Service account to be updated. We are receiving hundreds of documents and working as quickly as possible from our homes to get them entered into the system. We appreciate your patience.

  • How do I check my financial aid status and view documents?

    Current students can check their financial aid status, missing documents, award letter, etc. on Financial Aid Self-Service.

    Log into my.jjc.edu. Select 'Self-Service Menu' > 'Pay Bill & View Financial Aid' > 'Financial Aid Self Service'. 

    Click here for Username/Password help.

  • How do I apply for grants, loans and/or federal work study?

    Your first step is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, FAFSA, online at www.fafsa.gov

    JJC’s school code is 001699.

    Once we have received your FAFSA results, we will contact you via your JJC student email address if anything additional is needed. 

    NOTE: All communication is sent via a student’s JJC email address. For more information about logging into JJC email, please visit https://www.jjc.edu/current-students. We are unable to discuss student information with any party other than the student without consent. 

    You can find additional information on the cost to attend JJC here.

  • How does the federal CARES Act impact me?

    The CARES Act, signed into law by President Trump on March 27, 2020, provides broad-based economic relief in response to the COVID-19 national pandemic. As part of the Cares Act, Institutions of higher education have been provided funds to assist them and their students. JJC has created a CARES Act web page and link to FAQs for assistance. More more information, see the contacts listed at the end of the page. 

  • Student payment/payment plan questions?

    Please contact the Office of Student Accounts and Payments at 815-280-6688.

Food Services

  • Connect with Food Services/View Hours

  • What Services do they Provide?

    Food Services is currently offering a limited breakfast and lunch menu which must be ordered and paid for in advance through our on-line ordering system “Wolves Den To-Go” as the full cafeteria is NOT OPEN at this time. Simply create an account and order your favorites from hot breakfast sandwiches, deli sandwiches, grill and fryer options as well as packaged salads, pizza, soup and other favorites. Pick up your pre-paid order at the Beanery at the time of your choice.

    Note: Breakfast Sandwiches, Grill and Fryer options will not be available till Monday, August 10th.

    Food Services also offers catering services at this time for groups of 50 or less. Please visit “First Choice Cuisine” for more information or call 815-280-2541 as some menu options may not be available at this time due to food service restrictions because of Covid – 19.

  • What safety measures are in place in regards to Covid – 19?

    • Food Services employees will be required to wear masks, disposable gloves, and hair restraints as well as perform frequent hand washing.
    • All Food Services employees are certified in proper food safety and handling by the Illinois Department of Health.
    • Plexi-glass barriers have been installed at all customer/employee points of contact at the Beanery.
    • Social distancing markers have been placed on the floor in front of the Beanery to maintain appropriate distance.
    • Individually wrapped condiments and cutlery will be included with each order.
    • There will be limited interaction between customers and employees since food orders will be placed and paid for in advance on-line thru “Wolves Den To-Go”.
    • Re-useable cups for coffee and water will not be allowed.
    • Tables in the seating areas of the cafeteria have been arranged to allow for social distancing.
    • All counter-tops and high-touch surfaces will be cleaned and sanitized on a regular basis and cafeteria tables will be maintained immediately after each use.

  • Can I use my JJC Food Swipe Card to order on-line?

    Unfortunately, you cannot use your swipe card at this time. In the very near future, the balance on your current card will be transferred to a new card.  Your new card will then be able to be used once the entire cafeteria opens again sometime in mid-fall.  

  • Will vending machines be available?

    Yes, but some machines may be out of service due to less students and staff on campus.

  • What type of Food Service will be available at Romeoville?

    The Micro-Market will be open with a variety of grab & go items, snacks, chips, microwavable sandwiches, bottled waters, sodas and juices as well as fresh brewed coffee.

International Students Services

Library

Lifelong Learning and Kids College

Mental Health and Wellness

  • Connect with Mental Health and Wellness officials/View Office Hours

  • What services do they provide?

    Available through the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities is culturally sensitive individual and group counseling, case management, and outreach services to meet the mental health needs of students.  Counseling services are free to current enrolled credited students and confidential, except certain rare confidentiality limitations. This office also provides photo ID services for new students and those needing to replace their student ID badge. 

  • How does Individual or Group Counseling work?

    Individual counseling:

    Individual counseling is a personal opportunity to receive support and experience growth during challenging times in life. It is a process through which students work with a trained counselor—in a safe, caring, and confidential environment—to explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors, identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, better understand themselves and others, set personal goals, and work toward desired change. Enrolled credited students can get up to 10 free counseling sessions. Call 815-280-2936 or email mentalhealthservices@jjc.edu.

    Group counseling:

    Group counseling is not available at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions. This service allows students to realize that they are not alone in their type of life challenge. To be involved in a group of peers who are in a similar place not only increases one’s understanding of the struggles around the topic but also the variety in the possible solutions available. Typically, groups have eight to ten participants, one or two group leaders, and revolve around a common topic like stress, anxiety, resilience and diversity. Enrolled JJC students can get up to 10 free counseling sessions.

  • What is Case Management?

    The case manager works to address the needs of students who struggle with mental health and wellness, relationship conflicts, personality and social adjustment issues, physical health and nutrition, trauma recovery and victim advocacy. The case manager serves as an advocate for student success. The case manager is responsible for the Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities referrals, as well as the Behavioral Intervention Team for students at-risk with mental health crisis and social support needs through interventions and connection to follow-up services.

Office of Multicultural Student Affairs – Oficina de Estudiantes Multiculturales

  • Connect with OMSA/View Office Hours - Conéctese con OMSA / Ver horario de oficina

    • OMSA website/sitio web
    • Phone/ teléfono: 779-379-1174
    • Email: mroman@jjc.edu
    • Fall Office Hours (Beginning Aug. 3):
      • Mon: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
      • Tue: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Wed: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
      • Thur: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Fri: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

  • What services do they provide? - ¿Qué servicios brindan?

    The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs strives to support underrepresented students, English Language Learners, and undocumented students through completion of their academic goals. OMSA’s services are available to all students but is a critical support system for African-American, Hispanic, Asian, and other diverse populations.

    La Oficina de Estudiantes Multiculturales se esfuerza por apoyar a estudiantes subrepresentados, aprendices del idioma inglés [MV1] y estudiantes indocumentados a través del cumplimiento de sus objetivos académicos. Los servicios de OMSA están disponibles para todos los estudiantes, pero es un sistema de apoyo crítico para afroamericanos, hispanos, asiáticos y otras poblaciones diversas.

  • What assistance is available online? - ¿Qué asistencia está disponible en línea?

    Academic advising and academic coaching through OMSA is available via virtual web advising, phone and email. Advising in Spanish and resources for undocumented students is also be available. 

    El asesoramiento académico y el entrenamiento académico a través de OMSA están disponibles a través de , teléfono, virtualmente  o por correo electrónico. También estará disponible asesoramiento en español y recursos para estudiantes indocumentados. Servicios traducidos a continuación.

  • What services are available via virtual web-advising - ¿Qué servicios están disponibles a través de asesoramiento web virtual?

    • Summer and Fall Semester Advising  
    • Advocacy and Support for Underrepresented Students 
    • Advising for English Language Learners 
    • Resources for Undocumented Students 
    • Educational Goal Planning Assistance 
    • Scholarship Resource Information for Underrepresented Students 
    • Rise Act Assistance  
    • Academic Coaching 
    • Transfer Advising 

     

    • Asesoramiento [MV1] de semestres de verano y otoño apoyo para estudiantes subrepresentados 
    • Asesoramiento para estudiantes de inglés
    • Recursos para estudiantes indocumentados 
    • Asistencia para la planificación de objetivos educativos 
    • Información de recursos de becas para estudiantes subrepresentados
    • Asistencia con la Solicitud Alternativa de Ayuda Financiera de Illinois Retention of Illinois Students & Equity (RISE) Act
    • Coaching académico 
    • Asesoramiento de transferencia 

  • What services are available via phone advising? - ¿Qué servicios están disponibles a través de asesoramiento telefónico?

    • Answers to quick questions about placement, course sequence or content 
    • Academic resource recommendations 

     

    • Respuestas a preguntas sobre los exámenes de ubicación, secuencia del cursos etc. 
    • Recomendaciones de recursos académicos. 

     

Professional Development and Career Training

Project Achieve-TRIO

  • Connect with Project Achieve/View Office Hours

    • Project Achieve website
    • Telephone: 779-379-1096
    • Email: ldmcgee@jjc.edu
    • Fall Office Hours (Beginning Aug. 3):
      • Mon: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
      • Tue: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Wed: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
      • Thur: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Fri: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

  • What services do they provide?

    Project Achieve - TRIO are comprised of TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) and Educational Talent Search (ETS). It serves JJC and Joliet Central High School/Joliet Community with services that increase the retention and graduation rates for students that are from traditionally underrepresented backgrounds in relation to First-generation, low-income, and/or documented disabilities.

  • What is the Student Support Services program?

    The academic student support services program is designed to identify and select qualified undergraduate students who, with support, will complete a baccalaureate program.  Awarded to serve 200 eligible JJC students with Academic and personal advising, academic and non-academic workshops, financial and economic literacy, tutoring in math, English, science, and computer science, transfer support, mentoring, four-year college and university visits, multicultural events, financial aid and scholarships. Apply online here.

Registration and Records

Scholarships

Student Accounts and Payments

Student Advising Center

  • Connect with SAC/View Office Hours

    • SAC website
    • Phone: 815-242-2280
    • Email: academicadvising@jjc.edu
    • MyJJC access.
    • Fall Office Hours (Beginning Aug. 3):
      • Mon: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
      • Tue: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Wed: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
      • Thur: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (late hours)
      • Fri: 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

  • What services do they provide?

    Academic advisors can guide students through the summer and fall classes, as well as provide academic and career coaching. We will continue to offer virtual web-advising and phone appointments via your JJC email. To better assist you, please include your student ID number and section and course numbers when emailing about specific classes.

  • How can I make a virtual appointment?

    This written guide and video guide will provide step-by-step instructions for scheduling and conducting a virtual appointment. 

    The SAC is also conducting several Virtual Student Technology Training Session to help current and new students get the most of online only course work. Sessions will cover how to access email, the MyJJC portal, iCampus, Microsoft Teams, and web-advising appointments. Join a meeting time that works for you. View the full schedule and meeting access details on the Student Advising Center portal page. Students will need their MyJJC login credentials to access this page. 

Testing Services

  • Connect with Testing Services/View Office Hours

    • Testing Center website
    • Phone: 815-280-2261
    • Email: TestingServices@jjc.edu
    • Fall Office Hours (Beginning Aug. 3):
      • Main Campus
      • Mon: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
      • Tue: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
      • Wed: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
      • Thur: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
      • Fri: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
      • Sat: 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.
      • Romeoville Campus
      • Mon: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
      • Tue: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
      • Wed: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
      • Thur: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

  • What services do they provide?

    Testing Services offers testing to JJC students and community members.

  • What is the current status of placement testing services?

    Testing Services is offering on site placement testing, by appointment only, beginning the week of July 20. Watch the video below to learn about our new on-campus safety measures for visitors and employees. 

    In addition, we continue to provide students with remote placement testing options for English, math, and reading testing. JJC's Testing Services team is committed to helping all current and prospective students meet their placement testing and registration needs during this unprecedented time. 

    Watch: COVID-19 On-Campus Safety Measures

  • How do I schedule a remote or on-campus placement test?

    In order to request an appointment to take a remote or on-campus placement test, students must complete mandatory preparation steps and submit a Virtual Placement Testing Request form. Visit Placement Testing for more information on the virtual and on-campus placement testing process, including virtual placement test preparation resources and to access the Virtual Placement Testing Request form.

    Once the Virtual Placement Testing Request Form is completed, a Testing Services staff member will contact the student with additional information and scheduling procedures within 1-2 business days.

    For additional information or to reach a Testing Services staff member please email testingservices@jjc.edu or call 815-280-2261 (leave a voice message for a call back).  For the most up-to-date remote placement testing information please visit jjc.edu/placement.

  • Are you offering JJC course testing?

    Will not administer on-campus make-up, iCampus, or other JJC course testing for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester.  We are working with all College areas to support student placement for the Summer and Fall semesters. Please continue to check the JJC website for updated information.

  • Are you offering certification and program entrance testing?

    In-person certification testing services will begin on a limited, appointment only basis. This will include CNA Certification testing, Prometric testing (Automotive Service Excellence), CLEP testing, Innovative testing (Illinois Department of Public Health certifications), and Pearson VUE testing (GED and certification).  Please check the Testing Services website for updates.

    Watch: COVID-19 On-Campus Safety Measures

    TEAS Testing:

    JJC's Testing Services team is committed to helping all students and community members meet their TEAS testing needs during this unprecedented time.  To remain consistent with the college's mission of transitioning all student services online, we are excited to provide students with remote TEAS testing options for our Nursing and Allied Health programs.

    ATI TEAS has partnered with Proctorio to provide a virtual testing solution for students looking to take the TEAS test remotely. The first step in preparing to take the TEAS assessment remotely is to create an ATI account. Go to www.atitesting.com

    For more information on the TEAS remote test, JJC’s Nursing and Allied Health programs, and student resources, including a student overview video and Quick Start guide, please visit the Testing Services webpage.

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