Welcome to JJC!
We ‘re therefore beaming you chose us ! now that you ‘ve already applied to JJC, you can follow the steps below .
Contact the Admissions Office. Call ( 815 ) 280-2493 or email admissions @ jjc.edu .
Register for Summer Classes
summer is our brusque semester of the year ! Classes begin May 23 ( six weeks ), June 6 ( eight weeks ) and July 5 ( six weeks ) .
Register for Fall Classes
many classes on-campus ! Classes begin Aug. 22, Sept. 6, Sept. 19 and Oct. 17.
Admitted Student Steps
Make Sure JJC Has Your High School Transcript or Equivalency Record
The JJC Admissions Office must have the following:
- Your high school transcript or equivalency record (GED, HISET or TASC)
- All of your eligible test scores
If you ‘re in high educate or are a late senior high school school graduate, ask your high gear educate to email these records to admissions @ jjc.edu or mail them to :
Attn : Admissions
1215 Houbolt Rd
Joliet, IL 60431
If you are hush in high school, a current replicate of your transcript is acceptable .
Meet with an Advisor
presently, all newfangled student advising sessions are offered virtually. You can set up a meet once you have completed placement test and the New Student Presentation .
You can expect to discuss the following with your adviser :
- Placement scores
- Your chosen program requirements
- Creating a first-semester class schedule
- How to use JJC technology
- How to register for classes
Details on how to schedule your advising session will be given at the end of the New Student Presentation .
video : Learn About Advising
video recording : What to Expect with Virtual Advising
Register for Classes
If you did n’t register for your first semester of classes during your advising school term, you can do so on your own in MyJJC .
besides, remember to set up a fourth dimension to pick up your JJC scholar ID card .
video : How to Register for Classes
- On-Campus Classes. Taking place at one of our JJC locations, these classes can include traditional classroom instruction, labs or a mixture of both.
- Online Classes. Taking place online via Campus, these classes offer flexibility and the same attention from instructors as on-campus classes.
- Asynchronous: No required live meeting times; students must complete coursework by assigned due dates
- Synchronous: Classes take place during a scheduled time (for example, you’ll meet regularly via Microsoft Teams video calls)
- Hybrid Classes. Taught partially online and partially on-campus, these courses give students the best of both worlds. Watch this video about hybrid courses to get a better idea of what this format is like.
- Hyflex: Students choose how they want to attend class each week (in person or online); this format may vary from professor to professor
Pay for Classes (if applicable)
We do n’t want to lose you ! so to make sure you stay registered for classes, you must pay your charge on prison term. Please note :
- A bill will be mailed to your address on file and sent to your JJC email address
- If you have not completed your financial aid file by the priority deadline, you may have to pay for classes to secure your schedule. You could be eligible for a refund once your financial aid processes. Eligible refunds will be processed quicker if a student signs up for direct deposit.
- Make your payment via MyJJC.
- Learn about payment plans.
video recording : How to Pay Your Bill
Are You a Parent or Supporter of a New JJC Student?
Complete the rear and Supporter Presentation to learn about valuable resources and how to support your student .
Important Dates | 2021-2022
Please make a note of the recommended dates and deadlines. Students are eligible to enroll in classes after the suggest dates, but keep in mind that some classes may fill up promptly. See a printable translation of your adjacent steps .
Spring Classes (January 2022)
- Application available: Oct. 18, 2021 to March 31, 2022
- Complete the New Student Presentation (online): October to November
- Placement Testing or submit appropriate scores: October to November
- Sign-up for an Advising Session: October to November
- Registration for Spring semester begins October 18, 2021
- Tuition due: December 6, 2021 by close of business day
- Financial Aid Priority Date: November 22, 2021
- Spring semester begins week of January 17, 2022
Summer Classes (May 2022)
- Application available: Oct. 18, 2021 to July 31, 2022
- Complete the New Student Presentation (online): October to February
- Placement Testing or submit appropriate scores: October to March
- Sign-up for an Advising Session: February to May
- Registration for summer sessions begins March 21, 2022
- Financial aid priority deadline: April 25, 2022
- Tuition due: May 9, 2022 by close of business day
- Summer session I starts: May 23, 2022
- Summer session II starts: June 6, 2022
- Summer session III starts: July 5, 2022
Fall Classes (August 2022)
- Application available: Oct. 18, 2021 to Oct. 31, 2022
- Complete the New Student Presentation (online): January to April
- Placement Testing or submit appropriate scores: January to April
- Complete the advising request form: February to July
- Registration for fall semester begins April 25, 2022
- Financial aid priority deadline: July 11, 2022
- Tuition due: July 25, 2022 by close of business day
- Fall semester starts: Aug. 22, 2022
Financial Aid Information
To qualify for spring 2022 fiscal aid, be sure to complete the 2021-2022 release application for Federal Student Aid ( FAFSA ) .
To qualify for fall 2022 and Spring 2023 fiscal aid, be indisputable to complete the 2022-2023 release application for Federal Student Aid ( FAFSA )
Both applications are available on the FAFSA web site. It is highly commend that students complete the FAFSA adenine soon as possible .
- Spring 2022 Priority Deadline: November 22, 2021
- Summer 2022 Priority Deadline: April 25, 2022
- Fall 2022 Priority Deadline: July 11, 2022
Joliet Junior College Financial Aid Office offers workshops where you will receive aid from a Financial Aid professional in filing your FAFSA. English/Spanish translators will be available .
Visit the Financial Aid page for more information and specific workshop dates and times .
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I take a tour of the campus?
There are many ways to Schedule A Visit to JJC. We encourage new students to visit us and learn more about our campus .
How do I submit my eligible ACT or SAT scores?
Visit the ACT web site and request that ACT scores be sent to Joliet Junior College Admissions Office ( 1215 Houbolt Rd. Joliet, IL 60431 ).
Visit the College Board web site and request that SAT scores be sent to Joliet Junior College Admissions Office ( 1215 Houbolt Rd. Joliet, IL 60431 ) .
I took Advanced Placement (AP) courses in high school. How can I use my AP credit at JJC?
Request that official AP scores be sent by the CollegeBoard to the JJC Registrar’s Office and submit a Transcript Evaluation Form. Your AP accredit will be evaluated and posted to your JJC transcript within 4-6 weeks. If you have AP credit that has not posted yet or you are awaiting examination scores, please inform your Advisor during your first semester advising session. Pending AP credit will likely impact first base semester classes that your Advisor recommends .
Can I use accommodations on the placement test?
placement test is not timed and can be taken at unlike times and days. If you feel you may need extra accommodations on the placement test, please contact Disability Services to discuss what accommodations are needed .