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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 or

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.

Spring Course Completion

Instructors will notify students in courses that could not complete instruction during the spring semester of plans for completing remaining coursework once the JCCC campus is able to safely reopen on June 22.

The instructor will enter an “I” (incomplete) grade for each student in the course and will later submit a Grade Change Form to record each student’s final grade after the remaining coursework is complete.

Students will not need to re-enroll in the course in order to complete the remaining coursework for an I grade.

JCCC Offers Online Options 

JCCC has several ways to take classes that aren't just "online." We have online hybrid classes and self-paced classes among others.

COVID-19 Relief Fund – Applications Open

Federal government funding has been allocated to assist students with covering expenses related to the disruption of campus operations and services available due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Accessing Student Resources

We've gathered all the up-to-date information about admissions, advising and counseling, online tutoring, technical support and more in one place.

If you have questions regarding a Continuing Education class, call Continuing Education registration at 913-469-2323, or email

Federal Disaster Declaration for Kansas has been approved
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 or Carol Gard at

Student/Job Seeker Link

Employer Link


Employers who wish to schedule on-campus recruiting once the JCCC campus re-opens should contact Carol Gard at


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.

The Ed Tech department provides Canvas training sessions, advice and support to faculty who would like to discuss issues regarding remote delivery of their courses. 

Communication from faculty to students is key. Make plans to communicate with students through Canvas, email, phone, etc.

During the campus building closures, employees are expected to continue to provide the essential functions of the College. Please work with your manager to understand how you are affected and how your area will deliver essential functions. 

All full-time and part-time regular scheduled staff will receive their regular pay during the campus closure, except as noted below.

If you are a part-time temporary, hourly paid employee, check with your supervisor for guidance on your specific situation.

If your work is considered essential and you are unavailable to work on campus because of a COVID-19 related matter (personal illness, quarantine per CDC guidelines, taking care of an ill family member, or childcare issues related to school or personal daycare closures) and your position provides you with the opportunity to work from home, please work with your supervisor to make necessary arrangements. Otherwise notify your supervisor that your absence is COVID-19 related and sick time will be used to cover your absence.

All college-related travel (domestic & international) is suspended until further guidance is provided by the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment (JCDHE) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). JCCC is following the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) travel advisories.

All on-campus events and in-person activities have been canceled or moved online. 


The JCCC Incident Response Team has initiated a Return to Campus Task Force to focus on the safety of our students, faculty and staff as they navigate the changed College environment and determine any critical needs. 

They released their 4-step plan; details are on the Return to Campus Plan webpage.

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