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Work ahead toward your degree or certificate over winter break. Earn up to four credit hours in four weeks.


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Classes start Dec. 11, 2019, and end Jan. 8, 2020.

  • Due to the condensed time frame and fast-paced nature of Winter Session classes, you may register for up to four (4) credit hours.

  • If your total Fall course load exceeds 18 credit hours, you may need to complete an overload form. Contact the Student Success Center for assistance.

Class Schedule Search

See a list of the winter session course offerings in our Credit Class Schedule Search.

  • When in Class Schedule Search,
    • Select the "Credit Fall 2019" semester from the "Term" drop-down.
    • Then click inside the "Winter Session (fall only)" box to select the Winter Session to access the list of the online courses being offered.

Log in to Enroll

Paying Tuition and Fees

Payment is due at the time you enroll.

Many of our Winter Session courses include DayOne Access course materials, which gives you access to required materials when you enroll in the course. No need to buy physical textbooks or additional access codes.

  • Costs for DayOne Access materials are much lower than the cost for traditional textbooks, and DayOne Access materials charges will be added to your account upon enrollment as an additional course fee. The materials can be accessed through your course in Canvas.

  • To find out if a class you're considering includes DayOne course materials, find the course in the Credit Class Schedule, click on the class title to see class details, and select "Additional Course Fees." If the course uses the DayOne materials, the charge will be listed there.

  • Check out the FAQ on the JCCC bookstore site for more information.

You are financially responsible for the charges for these courses. A hold will be placed on your account until you take care of this obligation. If you drop the class during the stated refund periods (through December 13, 2019 for the 2019-20 Winter Session), your charges for that course will be reversed.


Winter Session Calendar 2019-2020

October

1 Winter session schedule of classes becomes available on the web.

7 Winter session open enrollment begins. Payment is due at the time of enrollment. Students may enroll in up to 4 credit hours.

December

4 Winter session courses become available for students to access online in Canvas.

11 First day of winter session.  Last day to enroll in a winter session course.

13 Last day to drop a winter session course and receive a 100 percent refund.

18 Last day to drop a winter session course without a withdrawal “W” on the student’s permanent record. Deadline is 11 p.m. for drops completed on the web.

21-Jan. 1 Winter break. College offices closed.

January 2020

2 Last day to request a pass/fail grade option or to withdraw with a "W" from a winter session course.

8 Last day of winter session.

9 Grades entered online by professors by 5 p.m.

10 Winter session grades available to students by 5 p.m. on the web.