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Apply Now for Free JCC Summer Programs

Published: April 07, 2022

College is a big transition. It comes with excitement and new challenges, new opportunities and new connections. Jefferson Community College (JCC) offers free summer programs to help students ease into the transition of college life while getting a head start before the rigor of fall semester begins. There is no cost to students to participate in JCC’s summer programs; all necessary course materials are included. Space is limited. Early applications are recommended. Interested students should submit their application online.  Classes are held in flexible formats. Sessions begin July 5, July 11, July 25 and August 8, 2022.  

Students who are hesitant about starting their college journey will find JCC’s summer programs beneficial! Their summer experience will include taking college prep courses and/or a credit bearing college-level course with personalized assistance, connecting with JCC’s friendly faculty and staff, discovering beneficial student support services available on campus and meeting peers with a common goal of achieving a successful college experience. Through program participation, students will strengthen their learning skills and build confidence. 

“In addition to the intrinsic values of our summer programs, students will be one step closer to realizing their dreams of getting a college education,” says Abigail Bryant, Coordinator of JCC’s Education Opportunity Program. “Here at JCC we want to give students every opportunity to be successful! Those opportunities start this summer.”

For more information, call JCC at (315) 786-2288.

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Story by:

Pamela Dixon

Additional Information:

Public Relations Department, Jefferson Community College, (315) 786-2392, Email Public Relations

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