A college degree is more important now than ever before.
College graduates earn $30,000 more a year compared to those with no degree, according to a 2019 study. That adds up to a $1 million difference in lifetime earnings.
Those with a college degree were twice as likely to be employed in 2020.
College graduates are more likely to volunteer, vote in elections and have overall better health.
You Can Prepare Your Student for Success.
Talk to your kids about the importance of getting a college degree now. Even if they only choose to go to college for two years, they could make as much as $70,000 a year by earning an associate degree in an in-demand field.
Yes, you and your student CAN afford college.
Schedule a Meeting with an Admissions Representative
How to Get Started
- Research our majors and academic programs.
- Encourage your son or daughter to fill out a JJC application.
- Have your student follow the steps on the Admitted Students page.
- Register for classes.
- Support your student as they work toward their degree.
Summer 2022 Classes
The summer is JJC's shortest semester, which means your student can earn college credits in as little as 6-8 weeks.
Session I: May 23 (6 weeks)
Session II: June 6 (8 weeks)
Session III: July 5 (6 weeks)
Fall 2022 Classes
Fall classes start Aug. 22, with flex start classes beginning Sept. 6, Sept. 19 and Oct. 17.
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Interested in learning more about our college? Fill out our form below and we'll send you an email with more information about how to help your student get started. You'll also get a digital copy of our Joliet Junior College Digital Guide.