Notice:
Nov. 25, 2014:  

In recognition of the Thanksgiving holiday, all Jefferson Community College offices will close at 3:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 26, 2014.

Residence Hall Handbook

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Welcome to Residence Life & Jefferson Community College!

Welcome to on-campus living at Jefferson Community College. The entire Jefferson community, including the Faculty Student Association and the Housing & Residence Life staff look forward to hosting you for the upcoming academic year. We hope you will find your stay with us enjoyable and come to consider East Hall your home away from home.

Living on campus provides many exciting opportunities and benefits. We encourage you to get involved in your residential community, meet the staff and get to know your neighbors. During your stay, we hope you will participate in hall programs and plan some of your own activities with friends. You might also consider a leadership role in a recognized student organization, get involved with the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and help to create a sense of community on campus.  Through your involvement, you will develop relationships and important life skills that will complement your classroom experience and college education.

This Housing & Residence Life Handbook is filled with important information you need to know while living on campus, including policies and procedures that govern residential living. Your understanding and respect for these issues are critical to your success as a residential student. Please take time to familiarize yourself with the contents of this handbook. If you have any questions or require assistance with your living situation, Residence Life staff members are here for you. Let us know what we can do to assist you.

Welcome, again, to Residence Life. Be safe, have fun and make the most of your residential experience.

 

Go Cannoneers!!!!

Sincerely,

Ronald Shidemantle
Dean of Students