Gift giving is stressful when you're on a college student budget - but it's not impossible! If you're unsure what you're going to do about your Christmas/Hanukkah/Kwanzaa gifts this year, check out a few of our gift ideas below, ranging from $1 to $20.
Are you registered for spring classes? If so, for many of you, your payment is due on Dec. 6 (see chart below for full details). Whether you plan to pay in full or are using one of our payment plan options, the important thing is that no matter what, you have a payment or payment arrangements completed by your tuition deadline - or else you'll run the risk of being dropped from your classes.
Check out our list below to see why making your payment now is important.
Finals week is right around the corner! This year they begin the week of Monday, Dec. 11.
We know that this time of year can often be stressful, so we've come up with a few ways to make this semester's studying session a little more fun. Take a look at our list below and good luck on your finals, students!
Fall 2017 Final Exam Schedule
Click here to see when your final exams are scheduled this year.
Did you know that volunteering can improve your health? According to the Huffington Post, 94 percent of people surveyed said that volunteering helped put them in a good mood.
With the holiday season right around the corner, now is the perfect time to start giving back to your community. If you're not sure where to start, we've compiled a list of five organizations below.
There's a new, easier way to access your JJC information with the new and improved MyJJC site! Launching on Dec. 21, 2017, this new resource will serve as a one-stop-shop for students and will make your experience at Joliet Junior College easier.
Here are six things you need to know about MyJJC before it launches next month:
Whether you have an essay for your ENG 101 class looming or you're participating in this November's NaNoWriMo at the JJC Library write ins on Wednesdays, you know that a blank screen with a blinking cursor can be intimidating. If you have a lot of work ahead of you and you're not sure where to start, the tips outlined in this blog can help you power through your writing slump. Good luck!
JJC offers a ton of degree and certificate options - more than 180 different types to be exact. From nursing to computer science, the choices are all across the board. But have you ever wondered which majors were the most popular?
According to data pulled from JJC's Institutional Research Office, most students have declared that they are earning an Associate of Arts degree (37.2 percent). Associate of Science degree earners make up 12.2 percent of students. After that (not taking into account students enrolled in dual credit classes) here's our list of the most popular JJC majors.
Thinking about your future career? Consider career education. These jobs are on the rise in the Joliet region, and we've compiled a list of the most in-demand positions you can obtain with only an associate degree. Check them out below!
Click here to see a list of JJC career education offerings, such as welding, hospitality management and culinary arts.
All information was pulled from the EMSI data set for the Joliet region.
Did you know that regular exercise can improve your mood? It can also help reduce stress, anxiety and help you sleep better. If you're looking to jumpstart your workout routine, check out our five tips below.
Looking for a little extra motivation? Register for the JJC Haunted 5K on Sunday, Oct. 22!
The beginning of October always comes with the promise of midterms. But that doesn't have to be something to fear if you stay on track and create a study plan. Check out our quick Midterm Study Checklist below.
Think you'll need extra help? Make an appointment with a staff or peer tutor at the Tutoring and Learning Center. Call (815) 280-2730 or visit jjc.edu/tlc to learn more.