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Jones is a member of the Mississippi Virtual Community College (MSVCC), which provides internet-based courses statewide. MSVCC is a consortium of Mississippi's community/junior colleges.


Through MSVCC, students may take courses from the other community/junior colleges while getting support services from Jones College, as long as the course is in the course catalog. 

To take a course from another (remote) college, a student enrolls at a local (Jones College) community/junior college. The local college provides the best of on-campus support with student services, including advisement and counseling, financial aid, and learning resources.

The remote college provides the course and instruction while the local college awards the credit for the course.


READI is a tool which helps you determine your level of readiness for taking online courses. On the next few web pages you will be asked questions on topics in the areas of how well you can use a computer; how motivated, organized, and self-directed you are; how you prefer to learn new information; and you will even be able to measure your on-screen reading speed and comprehension.

But relax, READI is fun. Your scores on this assessment will not prevent you from being able to take online classes, nor will your scores impact your grades in courses you may already be taking. READI is just being provided by Jones to help you understand your strengths and weaknesses better as you prepare to learn online. READI is a tool to help you succeed!

After completing READI you will view a webpage which will show you your scores in easy to interpret graphs and text. In addition to that, you may receive an email from us letting you know about sources for support in the areas in which you could use some assistance.

Follow the link below to the READI quiz page.

Log in using:
Username: jcjc
Password: readi

Online Education Complaint Process

Jones College seeks to provide a reasonable, prompt, orderly, and fairly administered resolution of complaints by active students. Jones College online students may submit their complaints and academic concerns to Jones College’s internal complaint process should be exhausted prior to pursuing external complaint options.

MSVCC Student Grievance Procedure Any student who wishes to make a complaint regarding any aspect of the MSVCC must take the following steps:

  • a. Discuss the problem with the faculty member, staff member, or administrator involved. Direct communication between the two parties usually resolves most of the problems.
  • b. If informal efforts to resolve the problem are not productive, the complainant should then contact the CELO at the student's host college to help in processing the complaint. (Host College is the institution where the student registered for class.)
  • c. If the complainant, at this point, wishes to file a formal complaint, he or she should express the specific nature of the complaint and the remedy sought in writing the providing college's CELO with a copy sent to the host college's CELO (if different). The providing CELO will then refer it to the appropriate person for disposition. A response will be made to the complainant within 15 working days. (Providing college is the institution teaching the course.)
  • d. If the student is not satisfied with the resolution of the grievance, he/she must follow the procedures for appeal as prescribed by the student's providing college. The appeal must be made in writing within five (5) working days of the previous decision.
  • e. Students who do not submit a written appeal by the appointed date forfeit any further consideration in this matter.
No adverse action will be taken against a student for filing a complaint.

Out-of-State Students: If Jones College cannot provide a resolution to the student complaint, a complaint may be made with the Mississippi Commission on College Accreditation by visiting their website. In addition, students may contact the appropriate agency in the state in which they reside.

Disclaimer: The online education complaint process is not applicable to student grades, discipline, or conduct matters.