Winter Session
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Winter Session

Register for winter session classes

As you plan your schedule for the next semester, consider the benefits of taking a winter session class now.

Note: Per SUNY policy, all in-person students are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Whether you are a current JCC student, attend another college, or are in the military, taking a winter session class can help keep your degree on track.

  • Get ahead and finish your degree sooner!
  • Catch up by taking a class you couldn’t fit in during the semester
  • Focus your full attention on a difficult class
  • Fulfill a SUNY general education requirement

Winter classes are condensed into 3- and 4- week sessions. This means that the content of the course will be the same as if it were offered over 12 weeks, but assignments, tests, etc. will happen at a faster pace.


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Check out the Winter Session class listing. Select Winter 2021 term to get started and see what we are offering.


Winter classes begin December 20, 2021 and January 3, 2022. All winter session classes are being offered remotely, through a variety of distance learning methods.
All winter session classes wrap up by the end of January, 2022.


Are you an Excelsior Scholarship student at JCC or elsewhere? Maintain your required credits earned by taking a Winter Session class at Jefferson!

Register now for your winter session class

Check out Winter Session class listing (select Winter 2021 term). Some classes fill quickly, so register early to reserve your seat.

If you are new to JCC or enrolled at another college, call Enrollment Services at (315) 786-2437 to register for classes. If you are currently enrolled at the College make an appointment with your advisor. If you are a current Jefferson student, you can register through the myJCC portal. 

Active duty military members must register at For assistance, contact the JCC office on Fort Drum at (315) 786-6566.

If you are registering for more than 6 credit hours, you may be eligible to receive financial aid. You will need to submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Once you submit your FAFSA, the Financial Aid office will be able to process your financial aid.


Need Help? Call, email or visit Enrollment Services

Enrollment Services
(315) 786-2437
Jules Center, building 6, suite 6-010

Office Hours
Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.