COVID-19 Update on Jones College classes, operations & events
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At Jones College, we are growing like never before with a record-breaking 15% growth in our summer 2020 enrollment and over 8% growth in our fall 2020 enrollment. We attribute this success to our student-centered vision for excellence with flexible, affordable, and career-driven courses that are designed to keep students engaged and prepared for their next step after Jones.

We’d like for you to join in our rapid growth as you excel academically with a fresh start this spring. With new start dates for MSVCC and Dual Credit classes on January 19 and our traditional spring semester beginning on February 1, along with an updated class schedule created for your convenience, there’s never been a better time to grow academically with us!



SPRING 2021 ENROLLMENT DATES
October 1, 2020 Enrollment begins.
January 14, 2021 MSVCC Online Course Open Registration Held Virtually
January 19, 2021 MSVCC Online Classes and Dual Credit classes begin
January 29, 2021 Spring Hybrid Courses Open Registration Held Virtually
February 1, 2021 Hybrid Classes Begin


Helpful Terms

MSVCC

Mississippi Virtual Community College - The Mississippi Virtual Community College (MSVCC) is a consortium of Mississippi's 15 community colleges that makes it possible for colleges to provide distance learning resources -- including faculty, courses, support services, and technology. Through the MSVCC, students may take courses from community colleges anywhere in Mississippi while getting support services from a local college. To take a course from a remote (provider) college, a student enrolls at a local (host) community college. The host college awards credit for the course. The remote (provider) college provides the course instruction. Visit MSVCC.


Dual Credit Student

A student who is enrolled in a community college or junior college or state institution of higher learning while enrolled in high school, and who is receiving both high school credit and college credit for post-secondary coursework. Learn more about how to become a Dual Credit Student.