Enrollment is now open for spring semester classes at Joliet Junior College which begin Monday, Jan. 12, 2015. Classes are available online and at JJC’s three campuses in Joliet and Romeoville and three education centers in Joliet, Frankfort and Morris.
While the average cost of one year at a private Illinois university is $30,069, a year at JJC will cost students just $3,450, according to data from the JJC Institutional Research and Effectiveness Office.
If already a JJC student, students can go directly to eResources to register for classes. If someone is interested in taking classes but has not yet applied to JJC, or it has been more than one year since they took classes at the college, they will need to first complete the application process at www.jjc.edu/info/admissions.
Students can pursue more than 100 degree and certificate programs at the college, many of which can lead directly to careers, such as culinary, automotive, nursing, veterinary medical technology, diagnostic medical sonography, and many more.
JJC offers counseling, academic advising, tutoring, and career support services to assist all students with completing their educational goals, whether continuing full-time and part-time students, new students, high school students and recent high school graduates, adult students or reverse-transfer students.
The college also recently launched “My Degree Progress”, an online tool that helps students easily track their progress toward completing their degree or certificate program.
To view all the spring courses offered at JJC and to register, visit eResources. For more information about getting started at JJC, contact the admissions office at (815) 280-2493 or visit www.jjc.edu/admissions.