Jefferson Community College (JCC) will hold a virtual nursing program information session for prospective students on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. via Zoom. Attendees will learn about pre-requisite coursework, admission requirements, the College application process, and meet nursing faculty.
Jefferson is the only community college in the North Country to offer a nursing degree program in two formats – a traditional weekday format (ideal for recent high school graduates) and a weekend format (ideal for working adult students). With state-of-the-art nursing labs, students gain real-world experience at JCC. Increased nursing simulation lab time results in more practice time producing operative results.
Graduates of JCC’s nursing program receive an associate in applied science (A.A.S.) degree and are eligible to sit for the NCLEX. JCC’s nursing degree program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing and can be completed in two years.
January 30 is the application deadline to apply for the “traditional weekday” option that begins each fall (August) and October 1 is the application deadline for the “weekend” option that begins each January.
Pre-requisite coursework must be completed before being admitted to the JCC nursing degree program and courses may be taken at JCC. Space is limited and to ensure a spot in the JCC nursing program, applicants are encouraged to apply early.
Register online to attend the nursing degree program information session or contact Enrollment Services at 315-786-2437.
Apply Now for JCC Allied Health Training
Jefferson Community College (JCC) Workforce Development office will begin spring allied health training in February 2021. Training is open to anyone interested in beginning or advancing their career as clinical medical assistants, phlebotomy technicians, pharmacy technicians or medical billers and coders. Military spouse MyCAA funding honored.