Temperatures are dropping. Snow has fallen, and the trees across campus are losing leaves. Winter is coming, and Joliet Junior College HVAC professor Juan Aguilar is ready to help you prepare for the Midwestern cold and stay warm indoors.
The weather is cooler. Green leaves are transforming into golden orange and yellow hues. Corn is being harvested, and Halloween is almost here. It’s definitely autumn at JJC!
Whether you want to enjoy the weather, the foliage or would prefer to stay indoors, Joliet Junior College has a way for you to indulge in the changing season.
Meditation is often associated with yoga or sitting on the ground with closed eyes, but it’s much more than that. The Joliet Junior College Sustainability Union defines meditation as being mindful of what’s going on in your head and around you.
As we head deeper into the school year and work and stress piles on, it’s important to be mindful and take the time to meditate. Continue reading for tips and tricks from our Sustainability Union to improve your mindfulness this semester.
As an institution of higher learning, Joliet Junior College’s Main Campus is full of classrooms, collaborative spaces, and offices for student support and resources. But Main Campus has much more to offer just steps away from your classrooms.
Continue reading to learn about places to visit and resources to take advantage of on JJC’s Main Campus.
Nowadays some people check social media more than their email, and we understand that. The most vital information about college operations and your classes will be sent to your emails, but our social media accounts across the entire college are still full of important, valuable and entertaining information and content.
Here are five must-follow JJC departments to add to your social media feed:
Summer has officially arrived, and its hot and humid temperatures are in full swing. Ice cream is a delicious way for all ages to beat the heat. So cool down and explore our district with these local ice cream events in July — which is National Ice Cream Month — and August.
As semesters end and seasons change new opportunities for personal and professional growth emerge. Graduating students may be updating their resumes and looking at transfer options as new job opportunities spring up and enrollment periods open. At Joliet Junior College, each summer there’s a chance to explore both at the Joliet Regional College and Career Fair, June 15 from 2-6 p.m. It takes place inside the Event Center at Main Campus, 1215 Houbolt Road in Joliet. The fair is open to JJC students, alumni and community members.
Dozens of employers and four-year colleges and universities will be in attendance to share information, answer questions and even provide on-site interviews. Here are five things you can do to prepare for Wednesday’s fair and future job and academic advancement opportunities.
Although Joliet Junior College offers courses for degrees and certificates, the learning doesn’t end there. We also have plenty of non-credit continuing education courses to encourage lifelong learning for all ages.
Whether you’re looking for career training opportunities, exploring a new work field or simply want to learn a fun, new skill, JJC’s Corporate & Community Services has something for you! Read on to see some topics you can learn about without the pressure of grades this summer.
After two years of navigating virtual and drive-thru graduation ceremonies, Joliet Junior College is excited to return to a traditional format this year to celebrate the Class of 2022! JJC is holding two in-person ceremonies at our Event Center at Main Campus on Friday, May 20.
With two ceremonies, the college can maintain social distancing and also provide each graduate with four tickets for their family and friends. Masks will be optional. Those who wish to wear a mask are encouraged to do so. The afternoon ceremony begins at 12:30 p.m., with the evening ceremony starting at 6:30 p.m. The college’s graduation page details the times that specific degrees and certificates will be awarded.
No doubt the emotions will be high for our students as they prepare to take the next steps in their academic and career journeys. Which of these emotions do you think you'll identify with when the moment arrives?
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and finals are just around the corner. So now is the perfect time to place extra focus on your well-being.
Joliet Junior College’s student wellness advocates from the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities have several tips to help you manage your stress, especially as the semester is coming to a close.