Stay connected with your child at JCC
Choosing the right college is important for you and your child. At Jamestown Community College, we understand that parents play a key role in their child’s college experience. Your child will build their independence while being a part of a close-knit, personal college community, where they have the freedom to try new things and make their own decisions with the support and guidance of faculty and staff.
We want to make sure that you are connected to the JCC community every step of the way, and we look forward to helping you and your child experience the best at Jamestown Community College.
Explore the campus
We invite you and your child to come to JCC on a tour or attend an open house, where you can personally experience our college environment and learn more about what is important to you. Connect with JCC »
Explore the website
Exploring a college website can help you learn more about the college and resources that are available for your child:
- About JCC: This is a great starting place to get a sense of who we are as a college.
- Academic help: Your child can access one-on-one and group tutoring through the Learning Center and accommodations and assistive technology through Accessibility Services.
- Campus safety: JCC is committed to safe college. Browse our programs, policies, and procedures to learn more about our safety initiatives.
- College catalog: The JCC college catalog has important information about programs, policies, procedures, contact information, and more.
- Events calendar: You can find academic dates, student life events, and community events at each of our locations. We have a separate athletics calendar for upcoming Jayhawks games.
- Financial aid and billing: Read more about financial aid your child can receive through JCC, including over $500,000 in scholarships. Your child may also be eligible to save depending on where they live. The Business Office can help with certificate of residence and paying student bills.
- Health center: The registered professional nurses in each health center are trained to assess and treat many minor health conditions and illnesses and evaluate the need for emergency care.
- Residence life: Is your child going to live on campus? Learn what it’s like to live on campus, safety in the residence halls, how to apply for housing each year, and important dates.