Summer and Fall 2021 Classes
- Summer classes begin May 24, June 7 and July 6.
- Fall classes begin Aug. 23, with flex start dates in September and October.
- Spring 2021 CRRSA Act - HEERF II Emergency Funding
- Laptop Borrowing
- Apply Now: Eligible students in need of technology can apply now to borrow a laptop from JJC.
- Student Emergency Funds
- Life comes with many challenges, and unexpected emergencies happen. JJC offers Student Emergency Funds to those students in need of tuition, food, travel, technology assistance due to an emergency situation.
- JJC Scholarships
- Payment Plans
- Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Funds
- Call (815) 280-1500 (Will County) or (815) 942-0566 (Grundy County) to see if you're eligible or to learn how to apply for funds.
- WIOA provides career scholarships for tuition and books for those who are:
- underpaid, under-trained or have been laid off
- are unemployed or re-entering the workforce
- are between the ages of 18-24 in need of education or training beyond high school
- Financial Aid
- 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 FAFSA: Apply for financial aid. JJC's federal school code is 001699.
- Alternative Application for Illinois Financial Aid (RISE Act): This alternative application is open to Illinois residents who are undocumented or transgender.
- Special Circumstances Income Adjustment form: If you or your parent(s) had a significant reduction in household income due to job loss, death or divorce in the past two years, contact the Financial Aid Office at (815) 280-2528 to discuss if you are eligible for the Special Circumstances Income Adjustment appeal form.
- Questions? Email email@example.com.
- Veterans Assistance
- There are several tuition assistance programs available for veterans. Learn more.
- Student Employment
Enhanced Online Experience
- Course Quality Review: by faculty experienced in online teaching. Those faculty are serving as mentors to their peers to improve the online academic experience.
- Unique Student Challenges: We recognize the unique challenges facing students as a result of enrollment in multiple online classes, including a range of additional assignments and increased due dates for submissions. Faculty are aware of how the conversion to more online education is impacting your ability to complete work in a timely and effective manner.