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JCJC Fall Registration Continues

ELLISVILLE, MS (JONES COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE) – Jones County Junior College will hold registration for the fall semester on Wednesday, August 11 from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. for day and night classes.  Registration and advisement will take place in the Academic Support building located near the Library.  Students needing to register after that date should report to the Student Success Center in the Library. 

 

Day classes begin on Thursday, August 12, 2010 and Wednesday night classes begin on Wednesday, August 11.  Online classes begin Monday, August 23. 

 

To register, prospective students must complete an application either on-line, or fax to the admissions office at 601-477-4258, or fill out an application in person.  Prospective students must also request that a final high school transcript, GED score, and/or college transcripts be sent to JCJC. An ACT score is required for enrollment into certain classes. Students who have completed all entrance requirements should report to the Academic Support Building for registration at the appropriate time. Students who have not completed requirements for registration should go to the Admissions office for assistance.  For more information call the Admissions office at 477-4025 or check out the web page at www.jcjc.edu.

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