Adult Information Session to be held June 19

Jefferson Community College (JCC) is committed to assisting adult students achieve their dream of earning or completing a degree. On Wednesday, June 19, the college will hold an information session for adults at 4:00 p.m. in Room 6-218, Jules Center (Building 6). Attendees will learn about JCC admission and how to get started, the enrollment process, financial aid options, applying for financial aid and available student support services. JCC’s student body is diverse with students, age 25 and above, accounting for 36% of enrollment. 85% of JCC students receive financial aid.

While JCC offers more than 30 academic programs, six two-year degree programs are available in an evening format with classes held on campus, most beginning at 5:00 p.m. or later, and online. Evening degree programs are in accounting, business administration, criminal justice, early childhood, paramedic and human services. Degree programs available entirely online are business administration, criminal justice, individual studies and liberal arts and sciences – humanities and social sciences. JCC also offers a weekend format in its nursing program.

To learn more about JCC, attend the June 19 information session or call the JCC Admissions office at 315-786-2277.