Tuesday, March 2, 2021
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On campus update for Spring semester classes

As JCCC heads into another unusual semester, some students have questions of what’s available on campus and what changes have been made.   (Andy Bowne) “When I think about kind of...

Student resources available on campus

With less than a week until the official start to the Spring Semester, there is some essential information regarding the status of campus reopening and how classes will be handled. Prior...

COVID-19 precautions and reopening update

Washing hands frequently, wearing a mask and staying six feet apart have all become a part of our daily lives when we leave our...

Welcome back, Spring Semester starts next week

Welcome back Cavaliers, we hope you had a safe and enjoyable winter break. With the Spring Semester beginning next week, The Campus Ledger wanted to take...

Continuing education stays connected through ED Talks

Departments at the college have found different ways to adjust to COVID-19. With the end of the semester upon us, most department events are...

Campus closures affects in person classes

The college recently announced that going forward the campus will be closed to students that are still attending in-person classes. The news came as the few remaining music classes taking place on campus planned for their...

Over 4,000 fraudulent applications affects enrollment

On Monday, Nov. 2 the admissions office  began their day a little bit differently than they usually do. Monday marked the deadline for high school students to apply for...

COVID-19 impacts spring enrollment

With the Spring semester approaching, many students at the college look forward to enrolling in courses for the 2021 year. Due to COVID-19 forcing most things to go remote, enrollment is utilizing different class features to adjust...
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Study abroad office on the state of their program

Many departments at JCCC have had to change and adapt to the current landscape, however by far the biggest changes have been in the...

International students heading home for the holidays

International students have either been stuck in their home countries or in the United States for almost seven months. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit...
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