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Advising at Jefferson Community and Technical College (JCTC) has a mission of serving prospective and current students in need of advisement for academics, career and life. The goals of advisement will allow students to progress successfully from admissions to graduation, while experiencing the excitement and challenge of a college curriculum.
Academic advising at JCTC is a process designed to help students learn successful strategies for academic, career and life success.
For general advising information about the college, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Be sure to note which campus you plan to attend. Successful academic advising requires advisors and students to meet specific responsibilities
New students can find information about applying to the college and registering for their first college semester. Transfer students with credits from other colleges will need to have official transcripts sent to the college as well as their own copy before speaking with an advisor. Returning students will need to update their application before signing up for classes.
Academic success requires knowledge of important strategies such as time management, study skills and test-taking techniques.
Students need to choose a major from those offered at JCTC.
Some majors are only offered on specific campuses.
Check with your advisor as to the campus best suited to your major.
Students can meet with an advisor early in their academic career to create and Academic Program Plan.
They can also receive valuable program information on the curriculum guides for each program.
Students interested in taking courses on-line can visit the JCTC eLearning website to find information on courses and processes.
View the Student Self-Service Tutorials to find more information about Using your Student center, Enrolling in classes, making a payment, Viewing your class schedule, Dropping classes, enrollment verification, changing your address or phone number, monitoring your progress towards a degree, viewing and accepting Financial Aid and loans, using My Planner, using Waitlists, and using the What-if planning tool.
Downtown Campus Advising Center
Southwest Campus Advising Center
Information about student email accounts:
A student gets email access 24-48 hours (2 business days; weekends and holidays are excluded) after enrolling in a regular college credit class. Before that they have access to student self-service (aka PeopleSoft or PS).