The Student Advising Center offers academic advising support and connections to other services to help students choose and complete their academic pathway. Services are offered through group and individual appointments and embedded course advising. Appointments can be scheduled on-campus or virtually via Skype.
Our highly trained professionals will assist you with academic planning, which includes:
- Orienting you to the college and helping you navigate the first semester registration process
- Academic and career coaching to help you make educational choices
- Plans that shows you exactly the courses you need for your chosen academic pathway
- Assistance with preparing for transferring to another college or university
- Programs and activities to help you adjust to college and address possible barriers to your success
- A support plan and consistent outreach to help you stay on track
- Help navigating the self-service resources in MyJJC
To select classes that support your academic pathway, be sure to schedule an appointment with an advisor dedicated to your success!
The Student Advising Center staff can assist in scheduling advising appointments with Career Pathway coaches, Project Achieve/TRIO, Disability Services and the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs.
*Please Note- The Student Advising Center will be closed on Thursdays - 6/27, 7/18, and 8/8 from 11:30am-12:30pm for staff meetings.Student Advising Center on MyJJC
Advising Support Areas
New Students | New Students with Earned Credit
The Student Advising Center provides academic advising for new students and students with college credit transferring to JJC from another college/university. Staff are also here to assist with general questions about transferring from JJC to another college/university.
To learn more about new student steps, visit the Admitted Students page.
Undecided or Exploring Students
The Career Services Center can provide support in exploring majors and career pathways. Career Pathway Coaches are available to assist in choosing an academic pathway while exploring career options.
English Language Learners, Underrepresented and Undocumented Students
The Office of Multicultural Student Affairs provides academic advising for English Language Learners, underrepresented and undocumented students. OMSA also provides transfer advising.
First Generation or Students with a Verified Disability
Major Specific Advising
Faculty advisors are available in many of the JJC programs. Faculty advisors can assist with major specific information, pathway advising and career options in that field.
The Student Advising Center assists students enrolled at other colleges or universities wanting to take classes at JJC (usually but not limited to the Summer Semester). Advisors help students identify classes that will transfer back to their primary institutions.
Brenna Bosma Krass
Sasah Tillman Richardson
Contact an advisor or success coach for assistance: firstname.lastname@example.org.