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Facial Coverings Required On Campus

In accordance with the Governor’s Order that the Johnson County Board of Commissioners upheld, facial coverings are required as follows:

  • Public indoor spaces (public service areas frequented or visited by members of the public, lobbies, hallways, stairways, restrooms, food/beverage areas, lines to enter any public indoor space) – facial coverings are required at all times even when members of the public may not be present at the time
  • Public outdoor spaces where 6 feet of social distancing cannot be maintained – facial coverings required
  • Classrooms – facial coverings required
  • Work areas where more than one person shares the same space (work areas, office suites, meeting/conference rooms) – facial coverings required
  • Private offices – facial covering not required, except when someone else enters the private office, then facial coverings are required 

Face coverings are to be properly removed, cleaned, stored or disposed of, to avoid contamination of self, others or the environment.

See the Return to Campus Guidelines webpage for additional details.


Daily Wellness Check

All JCCC personnel and students must complete the COVID-19 wellness self-check PRIOR to coming to any JCCC location each day. 

If you have any questions or concerns about self-screening, please contact IncidentResponseTeam@jccc.edu or BenefitsDepartment-forward@jccc.edu


Return to Campus Plan 

The JCCC Return to Campus Task Force released the campus' four-step Return to Campus Plan, which include guidelines for students, staff and visitors who will be on campus once it's open.

The campus is currently in "Step 3" of the plan.

Campus Hours

The JCCC campus buildings and computer labs are open
  • Monday through Friday: 6:30 a.m. – 9 p.m.
  • Saturday and Sunday: noon – 5 p.m.

Campus Health Protocols

  • All JCCC students must complete the COVID-19 wellness self-check each day PRIOR to coming to any JCCC location. Don’t come to campus if you answer YES to any question on the the wellness self-check.
  • Wear a face covering at all times while on campus.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds or use alcohol-based hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.
  • Maintain six feet of distance from others.
  • Monitor your health throughout the day.
  • Cover coughs and sneezes.

Student Basic Needs Center

If you're having trouble making financial ends meet, need assistance finding a place to live or a way to get to campus, or need help securing appropriate technical equipment to complete your class work this Fall, contact the Student Basic Needs Center at basicneeds@jccc.edu or stop by the center in COM 319. They have a food pantry, school supplies and connections to campus and other community services.


Course Delivery Options

For Fall 2020, a majority of JCCC credit courses will be taught online using hybrid, online hybrid or online delivery methods, but there will be some face-to-face courses offered.

  • In a HYBRID course, a portion of the class assignments and meetings are delivered online, but it also has some required on-campus face-to-face meetings.
  • An ONLINE HYBRID course will use the Canvas online Learning Management System and requires that you attend scheduled virtual meetings. 
  • An ONLINE course has no required on-campus or required online meetings and are provided through the Canvas online Learning Management System. As long as you meet any required timelines or deadlines, you can study at your own pace.
  • A FACE-TO-FACE (F2F) credit courses are delivered fully on-campus with face-to-face interaction between the instructor and students. A face-to-face course may use computers, the internet or other electronic media in the classroom.


Support for Computer or WiFi Issues

For computer troubleshooting, call the Technical Support Center at (913) 469-8500, ext. HELP (4357). The TSC answers phones Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Saturday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Campus computer labs are available to use when campus buildings are open, and WiFi is available in all campus buildings.


Student Resources Available Online and Face to Face

With few exceptions, a large number of student services are available to you virtually or through scheduled Zoom sessions or over the phone. These services include

Many areas also offer face-to-face services on campus by appointment or on a drop-in basis. The web pages for student resources have been updated to reflect the many ways you can access these vital student resources.


Need to enroll in Fall 2020 courses with prerequisite placement test requirements?

To assist your enrollment, JCCC  faculty has created several pathways to follow if you need to enroll in a Fall 2020 course that has a placement test requirement. See available prerequisite options.

If you have questions regarding a Continuing Education class, call Continuing Education registration at 913-469-2323, or email ceregistration@jccc.edu.


JCCC Continuing Education Partners with Program to Offer Free Training to Johnson County Residents Affected by COVID-19

JCCC Continuing Education is a proud training partner to JOCO KS Works, a county program managed by Workforce Partnership and funded by Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act dollars.

The program pays for short-term, skills-based training to Johnson County residents who have been negatively impacted by COVID-19 through job loss, furloughs, or reductions in hours or pay. We offer more than 350 qualified courses that will be FREE of charge to eligible Johnson County residents. The courses can help individuals change careers or strengthen their skills to compete in the changing job market. Training dollars can also be used by employers in Johnson County to tackle new economic realities by reskilling or upskilling employees.

If you know someone who might qualify for free training, encourage them to visit jccc.edu/CaresAct to confirm eligibility, review available courses and start the registration process.


Small Business Administration Assistance is Available

The Kansas Emergency Declaration for the COVID-19 crisis has been approved by the federal government. Kansas business owners can now apply for a SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan

See the KSBDC for details.

Job Seekers and Employers

JobLinks is JCCC's online job posting database. It is offered free of charge to all users: students, JCCC graduates, community members and local employers.

Although the JCCC campus is currently closed, JobLinks is available for use as always. If you need assistance using JobLinks, please email careerdevelopment@jccc.edu or Carol Gard at cgard@jccc.edu.

Student/Job Seeker Link

Employer Link

On-Campus Recruiting

Employers who wish to schedule on-campus recruiting once the JCCC campus re-opens should contact Carol Gard at cgard@jccc.edu.

Recycling

The public recycling bins at the warehouse are closed until further notice so that our limited staff do not have to handle materials coming in.

Ripple glass will still be open; glass recycling is a fully automated system.

Effective July 1, 2020, College sponsored domestic travel may resume, subject to approval, except to those destinations identified as requiring self-quarantine, as identified by the state of Kansas on the KDHE Travel & Exposure Related Isolation/Quarantine web page.

The State of Kansas updates the list regularly and it should be checked before requesting travel. Please note that no international travel for college business will be approved at this time. Additionally, in order to help determine whether travel is appropriate for you, please review the Center for Disease Control’s Considerations for Travelers in the US.

Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic

State and County Government Resources

Travel Advisories

Federal Government Resources

Spanish Language Information about COVID-19

For Spanish-language information about COVID-19, visit the CDC's Spanish-language web pages.

Practice Good Hygiene

  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue or sleeve.
  • Stay home if you become sick.
  • Wash your hands frequently. Use sanitizer if soap is not available.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Wash hands after using shared keyboards and work machines.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.

Other Information for Individuals and Households