Find the learning environment you were meant for
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Diagnostic Medical Sonography is one of JJC’s most popular programs. With an average salary of more than $60,000 per year, ultrasound technicians only need an associate degree to start working in this field that’s projected to grow by approximately 17 percent in the next ten years. At JJC, DMS students gain valuable experience while using the latest equipment and technology – and they take part in on-the-job clinical rotations at local hospitals.Learn More About JJC's Sonography Program
Orthotics & Prosthetics
JJC’s Orthotics and Prosthetics program is one out of only seven offered at a community college in the country. If you enjoy hands-on work and do well in math, anatomy and communication, this in-demand field where you’ll help create orthopedic braces and artificial limbs is perfect for you. Graduate with an associate degree to start working as an OPT tech or transfer to work toward a career as an orthotist or prosthetist.Learn More About JJC's Orthotics & Prosthetics Program
If you enjoy math, business and finance, become a JJC accounting student! You can choose to enter the workforce with only an associate degree or transfer to a four-year school. JJC’s expert faculty lead challenging and rewarding classes to prepare you for your future. Many of our grads have successful careers in both the private and public sectors.Learn More About JJC's Accounting Program
Putting Students First
Whether students choose to attend JJC so they can graduate and enter the workforce immediately or transfer to a four-year school, our priority is to focus on each student as an individual and help them grow.
From job fairs to resume building, the Career Services team is dedicated to assisting with your future. We can also provide a First Year Career Pathway Coach or Career Advisor on assist you with choosing a college major.
Students can find information pertaining to graduation, records, transcripts, and transfer credit evaluation within the Registrar's Office.
In addition to offering federal and state financial aid programs, JJC also awards scholarships funded by the JJC Foundation. In 2017, the Foundation awarded over $570,000 in scholarships benefiting nearly 600 students.
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Joliet Junior College is an innovative and accessible institution, dedicated to student learning, community prosperity, cultural enrichment, and inclusion. Joliet Junior College delivers quality lifelong learning opportunities empowering diverse students and the community through academic excellence, workforce training, and comprehensive support services.