You can print a final grade report from the academic records section of the eResources Web pages or from one of the kiosks that are located at the Main Campus: Campus Center, E-Building, T-Building or at the City Center and Romeoville Campus.
You can print your class schedule via the Web with eResources or at one of the several kiosks located on the JJC campuses. To print your schedule via the web:
- Go to eResources and login.
- Choose "Students Menu"
- Under "Registration" choose "My Class Schedule"
Print an Enrollment Verification or Good Driver Discount form from the academic records section of the eResources Web pages or from one of the kiosks that are located on the Main Campus: Campus Center, E-Building, T-Building or at the City Center and Romeoville Campuses. If this form needs to be signed take it to the Records Office in A-1020 at Main Campus. Be sure to bring any additional forms that your insurance company needs to have us sign, completed by you or your parents and signed if necessary.
Enrollment verification is also available through the National Student Clearing House (NSCH). The National Student Clearing House (NSCH) also provides degree verifications for employers.
An "academic summary" (unofficial transcript) may be obtained from the academic records section of the eResources Web pages or from one of the kiosks that are located at the Main Campus: Campus Center, E-Building, T-Building or at the City Center and Romeoville Campus.
The academic summary is a semester by semester printout of all the classes that the student has taken and the grades received. The academic summary shows grade point average semester by semester as well as current grade point average. The results of placement test scores, transcript evaluation from other colleges and other testing information may also be indicated on the academic summary.
The student records policy of Joliet Junior College is governed by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). No one will have access to nor will the college disclose any information from a student educational record without the written consent of the student except to personnel within the institution, to officials of other institutions in which the student seeks to enroll, to persons or organizations providing the student financial aid, to accrediting agencies carrying out their accreditation function, to authorized representatives of the federal and state governments for audit and evaluation of federal and state supported programs, to persons in compliance with a judicial order and to persons in an emergency in order to protect the health and safety of students or other persons. All of the exceptions are permitted under the Act.
See the FERPA web page for additional information and FERPA FORMS.
If the student’s cumulative GPA is less than 2.0 at a
previously attended institution, credit may be transferred for
courses earning credit and successfully completed with grade of “C”
The Joliet Junior College transcript reflects all the course work completed at the college. Only the repeat grade is calculated into the GPA. Both the original and repeat grade course grades remain on the transcript; however it will reflect that the original class was repeated.
It varies depending upon the college. Some colleges average the two grades on a repeat. Consult the college catalog or the college admissions representative for information.