JJC expects students to follow a code of conduct that emphasizes important values for both the classroom and the workplace. Learn more about our code of conduct or academic standards below.
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All students enrolled at Joliet Junior College are expected to demonstrate qualities of integrity, fairness, responsibility, respect, and civility. These values are important to the learning environment, both in and out of the classroom setting.
The objective of the Academic Honor Code is to sustain a learning-centered environment in which all students are expected to demonstrate integrity, honor, and responsibility, and recognize the importance of being accountable for one’s academic behavior.
The primary mission of the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities is to assist faculty, staff, and students in creating an atmosphere that supports effective teaching and learning.
You have the right to inspect and review your official educational records, to request corrections, and to limit access to such records.
Joliet Junior College seeks to foster a community environment in which all members respect and trust each other. JJC has a strong policy prohibiting the sexual harassment of one member of the college community by another.
JJC promotes an open educational environment, rich in values and designed to protect the integrity of teaching and learning. In that spirit, the college encourages all students to first direct their complaints and concerns to the faculty, staff, or administrator specifically involved.
A photo ID is available for all credit students after completion of semester registration. A JJC ID can also be obtained for faculty, staff and adjunct professors.