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Online learning is a convenient way to take JCCC classes.

With online classes, you'll enjoy increased flexibility while pursuing your education.

Keep in mind, online is not the same as self-paced. Assignment instructions and deadlines are clearly communicated by your instructor throughout the semester.

Admissions is available to assist you Monday through Thursday from 8 a. m. to 6 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The processing team (applications for admission and in-bound transcripts) is available via phone (913-469-3803, option 4) or email (

The recruitment team is available on the first floor of the Student Center, via phone (913-469-3803, option 5), email (, or daily Zoom information sessions at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

The Honors Program at JCCC supports academically motivated students across majors through academic counseling, co-curricular activities and a strong community of support.

The Honors Program staff would love to visit with you either online via Zoom or in person in COM 201 during office hours: Monday - Friday, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.

To make an appointment or inquire about the Honors Program please email

If you need help from IISS, visit the IISS web pages for important information regarding your admission, status and enrollment. For assistance, be sure to have applied to be a JCCC student, and have your student ID number.

Students with questions may communicate with IISS staff in several ways:

Email us at or call 913-469-7680 to ask a question or schedule an appointment.

Ask a quick question in our Zoom meeting, available Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Orientations are offered in person, over Zoom., or anytime through online videos. For times, registration  and information, visit the New Student Orientation webpage.

The Bursar's Office is available to assist you Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For assistance with tuition payments, 1098Ts, billing statements, refunds, or financial holds, please email or call 913-469-2567.

For assistance with third-party authorizations and book vouchers, please email or call 913-469-7696.

Please also visit the Tuition web pages for more information.

All of our services are available, including enrollment and transcript requests. We are here to assist you with any questions you may have from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday via phone, 913-469-3803, or email,

For more information on how to enroll in classes, visit the enrollment web page.

You may contact Testing Services by email at, and by phone, 913-469-4439, during the following hours:

Monday-Thursday - 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday - 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Academic Resource Center

Located on the first floor of Billington Library, the Academic Resource Center is your one-stop shop for free tutoring and assistance for your credit classes. 

It has a large study area, a librarian who will help you find where you need to go, and the new Stacks Cafe serving coffee and snacks.

Services are in-person or online or via Zoom appointments. Each resource center has different options. Please visit the center of your choice for times and appointments.

Academic Resource Center

Academic Achievement Center

Language Resource Center

Math Resource Center

Science Resource Center

Writing Center

Student Resources

Access Services is available to assist you.  To arrange an appointment, email or call 913-469-3521. You may also contact us with any questions you have related to accessibility.

New students should complete a “New Student Application for Access Services” form and upload documentation online. An access advisor will contact you once your application has been received.

Returning students may log into their myAccess account anytime to request accommodations, adjust accommodations, view faculty notification letters, request interpreting, request an appointment and review the status of other accommodation requests.

How to connect with Access Services for the Deaf and hard of hearing (American Sign Language video)

For more information on the variety of support available through Access Services, please visit the Access Services web pages.

The Billington Library provides access to a variety of services and resources that support and strengthen the instructional programs of the college and the higher educational needs of the community.

The bookstore has everything you need from textbooks and technology to uniforms and Cavalier merchandise. Online orders, too!

Visit the bookstore website for hours and additional details.

Visit the Career Development Center to find answers to your most important questions: Discover: Who am I? Explore: Where am I going? Prepare: How do I get there?

Call to make an appointment: 913-469-3870 
Appointments are encouraged, but not required.


  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday — 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Thursday — 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • Friday — 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

To schedule an appointment for career exploration, internships, résumé development, mock interviews or job search help, call 913-469-3870 or email

You can also visit the Career Development Center web pages to chat online or learn more about the Career Development Center, or check out our online list of job postings.

The Center for Future Educators champions six Education Ambassadors who are recruiting today’s high school and middle school students to be tomorrow’s teachers. The Center is exclusively designed to help you successfully transfer to a partner institution and earn a bachelor’s degree in education.

Visit the CSI and Student Lounge today! The CSI and Student Lounge are open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Make appointments with the Center for Student Involvement staff by emailing Mya Lawrence at or Nellie Schuckman at, or calling the CSI at 913-469-7657. 

Becoming involved with organizations and activities is an important part of your total educational experience. Participating can benefit both your personal and academic life and is considered positively in the hiring process.

Visit Get Involved @JCCC to learn about upcoming student events, leadership programs, clubs and organizations!

The CoLab, located in OCB 100, offers high-tech, flexible spaces and experiential learning opportunities for students, faculty, staff and the greater community. It is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

The CoLab promotes a culture of engagement, offering spaces you can reserve for collaboration. Need to use a computer while you’re on campus? The CoLab has laptops and other technology available for checkout.

Build your brand with free, studio-quality photos created in the CoLab’s Professional Portrait Booth. Learn more and book your session.

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

For all the ways you can connect with a counselor and learn the best option for you, please visit the Counseling web pages.

You can make a face-to-face or virtual appointment with a counselor by calling 913-469-3809; ask quick questions via our IM service; or send an email to We offer virtual walk-ins as well. 

The HCDC is closed whenever the JCCC campus is closed. Questions? Email Courtney Hultgren, HCDC Program Director, at

Located in Billington Library Room 371, this free creative space is open to all majors and areas of study.

Get one-on-one assistance with your academic projects and fabrication. We’re here to help with small assignments and semester-long endeavors!

Learn more about the MakerLab

The Student Basic Needs Center is open in COM 023 Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Summer hours are 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The mission of the Student Basic Needs Center is to provide information and resources to combat the hardships which adversely affect the ability of JCCC students to complete their academic, professional, and personal development objectives.

We are here to empower you, so you can focus on being healthy, successful and less stressed. The center is a safe, friendly place to meet your basic needs. Your mental and physical well-being is paramount.

If you are experiencing food or housing insecurity, or other hardships, stop by COM 023 and visit with our helpful staff. If you know someone who needs a helping hand, tell them about our services or come with them for support.

For immediate food needs, use the Harvesters Food Assistance Locator. If you need housing, transportation, and other basic needs services, you may email

The Student Engagement Desk is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday for JCCC student ID card processing, bus pass sales, U-Pass information, assistance with wayfinding, and general information.

Call 913-469-3807 with questions. Visit the Student ID Card web page for JCCC student ID card requirements.

The Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities focuses on conduct administration and compliance as well as student advocacy.

We provide:

  • General navigation, advocacy and campus consultation
  • Student conduct service
  • Resource referrals and services for students
  • Assistance in problem-solving or identifying appropriate services

For questions, contact Justin McMillan, Coordinator, Student Rights & Responsibilities, at 913-469-3806 or

The JCCC Student Wellness vision is to promote health and wellness by building a cohesive campus community for students by furthering their academic success through healthy lifestyle engagement.

All JCCC students have complimentary access to Barbara Gill Lifetime Fitness Center (GYM 103), Group Fitness Classes, Wellness Programs and Fitness Assessments.  

For updated information and details, go to

Veteran Services is available via email at or by phone at 913-469-8500, ext. 4981

Information on how to schedule a Zoom appointment, turn in GI Bill certification documents and more can be found at

Technical Support

JCCC's Technical Support team is ready to help you with any technical issues you may have while attending JCCC online.

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