Admissions Office

Main Campus: A-1020 (Campus Center)
Phone: (815) 280-2493
Fax: (815) 280-6740

Office Hours:

Monday - Thursday: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday: 8:00am - 4:30pm
(Closed on Fridays during the summer: May 19-Aug 4)

Special Office Hours:


  • The Saturday before first day of Fall/Spring semester 9:00am – 2:00pm*
  • Spring Break week (Monday-Friday) 7:30am - 4:30pm

*Time subject to change


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Students with Parents

College is a life-changing experience for students, and JJC knows it is for parents, too. That's why we offer this resource for common questions and concerns parents have.


The student records policy of Joliet Junior College is governed by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). For more information on Joliet Junior College's FERPA policy please visit the FERPA page.

Campus Safety

The mission of the Joliet Junior College Police Department is to provide a safe learning, teaching and working environment within the philosophy and ideals of Campus Community Oriented Policing. Please visit the Campus Police page for more information on campus safety.

Applying to JJC

To take advantage of the excellent educational opportunities at Joliet Junior College Apply Now. There is no application fee and Joliet Junior College has an open door admission policy.

Placement Testing

All new full-time students must complete Placement Test prior to registering for classes. Other students may have to complete all or a portion of the test depending on which courses and programs of study they wish to pursue. The full test is composed of reading, writing, and math testing. Geometry is an additional placement test available for those students wishing to test out of certain math courses. For more information please visit the Academic Skills Center webs​ite.

StAR (Student Accomodations and Resources)

Student Accommodations and Resources (STAR) is the office designated by the college to determine if students attending the college who request accommodations are eligible to receive accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.

New Student Orientation (NSO)

New first-time, full-time students are required to attend the New Student Orientation (NSO) and eRegistration session. This session will answer general college questions and assist your student in registering for his/her first semester.

JJC Connect

JJC Connect is designed for new students (full-time, part-time, adult, veteran, etc.) to get to know JJC before beginning classes. Students will get a chance to meet each other as well as faculty and staff, learn about paying for college, campus life, college resources, and much more. Register for the JJC Connect session that fits your schedule. Family members are invited to attend with students!

Scholarships and Paying for College

Joliet Junior College's tuition rates vary by residency in Illinois Community College District 525. Our Financial Aid Office can assist you in finding options to pay for college. When applying for financial aid by way of the online FAFSA form, JJC's Title IV School Code is 001699. Additionally, you can investigate and assit your student in applying for scholarships. See the scholarships page for more information. Most scholarship deadline dates are before April 1st of the upcoming school year. The Financial Aid Department hosts workshops on filling out the FAFSA and applying for scholarships.

Counseling and Advising

The counselors at Joliet Junior College assist prospective, current, returning, and reverse transfer students with:

Academic Programs

Joliet Junior College offers a wide range of academic programs. In addition to the multiple certificate and degree programs JJC offers, your student may want to pursue the Honors Program.

Academic and Behavior Standards

JJC expects students to follow a code of conduct that emphasizes important values for both the classroom and the workplace. To learn more information about the standards your student will be expected to uphold please visit the Academic and Behavior Standards page.


The JJC Wolves have had success at all levels, starting with NJCAA baseball championships, high-scoring football and soccer teams and celebrity alumni professional players. For more information about the Wolves visit the JJC athletics page.

OMSA (Office of Multicultural Student Affairs)

The OMSA provides academic and personal support, as well as social and cultural resources to enhance the educational experience of minority students at Joliet Junior College. Please visit OMSA for more information.


Graduation is the culmination of your student's academic success here at JJC. Visit the graduation page to find out how you can participate in the JJC Commencement Ceremony.