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Pre-enrollment, open enrollment and payment deadline dates are available on the academic calendar for each semester.

Enrollment Dates

Pre-enrollment and open enrollment dates are listed on the Academic Calendar.

Open enrollment is the period of time when all students are welcome to enroll.

Pre-enrollment dates are reserved for students who meet one of the following criteria:

  • If you are in a specific JCCC career program (excludes liberal arts, fine arts, general sciences, general studies, and non-degree-seeking students), you may pre-enroll online or by calling 913-469-3803

For the following special populations, you may pre-enroll by phone by calling 913-469-3803.

  • If you have applied to graduate in the term in which you are enrolling
  • If you have special enrollment needs (e.g., students in developmental education or EAP classes or Access Services)
  • If you are an Athlete, Student Senate, Debate, or an Honors Program student
  • If you are a JCCC employee or dependent
  • If you are a military service member, veteran or dependent
  • If you are a high school student in a Career Ready Program

Payment deadline is the date by which all tuition and fees must be paid for the semester of enrollment. Payment is due by 6 p.m. and enrollment will be closed from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on the payment deadline date. Enrollment reopens at 9 p.m. on the web.

Enrollment Deadline for Credit Classes

  • Late registration dates are listed on the Academic Calendar for fall and spring semesters.
  • After late registration ends, students who wish to enroll in a credit course must do so no later than the first day the course meets.
  • JCCC offers many courses that start later in the semester.
  • To search for classes that have not begun, use the "Advanced Search" option on the Credit Class Search. Select "Exclude - show open courses only" to display only classes that are still available for registration.

College Now Dates and Deadlines

If you are a high school student enrolled in College Now courses, visit College Now Concurrent Enrollment for High School Students.