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  • Jefferson Community College (JCC) has been awarded a Truth Initiative grant totaling more than $17,000 spread over two years under the Truth Initiative Tobacco/Vape-Free College Program. The Truth Initiative grant, administered by the JCC Diverse Task Force, expands leadership opportunities for students on the College's campus including two paid student positions - Truth College Leaders.

  • Jefferson Community College (JCC) students residing in the residence hall on campus were required to take a COVID-19 test at move-in, during the week of August 24th. JCC is pleased to report all tests came back with negative results. Collaborating with Watertown Urgent Care, the College was able to see all 104 students living in the residence hall tested, assuring results would be back by the first day of classes, which began on August 31. College president Ty A. Stone states, "Starting the semester off with this good news of 100% negative results for our residence hall students is definitely a win for our campus community but we caution students to remain vigilant and continue to exhibit responsible behavior. The health and safety of our students, faculty and staff is our primary focus at this time."

  • Jefferson Community College (JCC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Maryrose Eannace to the position of Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs. Dr. Eannace began working at JCC on July 1, 2020 and collaborated with the outgoing Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mr. Thomas J. Finch, for a seamless transition of their roles upon Finch's retirement on August 31, 2020.

  • Jefferson Community College held its annual Pinning Ceremony for graduates of the College's nursing program virtually on May 28, 2020. During the Pinning Ceremony, nursing students were honored for their outstanding achievements with various awards.

  • Jefferson will offer face-to-face non-credit allied health pre-certification training in September and October 2020. Anyone may take advantage of the in-person training to build their skills and enhance their resume, or prepare for another career. Military spouses may use MyCAA funding to cover the cost of the training.

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