Student Resources

Online doesn't mean on your own!

Johnston Community College provides personal ongoing educational support to online learners. From your first inquiry about distance education courses to your final semester, JCC staff members are consistently on hand to guide, advise and assist you.

An overview of the services we offer and how they can help you achieve your educational goals:

  • Academic Skills Center - The Academic Skills Center provides instruction, academic support, guidance, and resources. Particular focus is given to students who wish to improve their skills in reading, English, and math. The Center's experienced and knowledgeable staff work closely with students to help ensure they are learning the basic skills needed to academically succeed. The Center offers classroom and lab instruction, computer and video assisted instruction, and a resource library of texts, workbooks, and other academic material. The Center provides high quality tutoring and support to JCC students. Students can receive group and individual tutoring at no cost. This tutoring is provided by both peer and professional tutors. Sessions are usually one hour, but can be longer or shorter if scheduled that way in advance. SMARTHINKING online tutoring is also available so that students can work off-site with a tutor as well as in person.
  • Bookstore - Buy books online through JCC's online bookstore. 
  • Career & Transfer Resource Center (CTRC) - The Career and Transfer Resource Center (CTRC) provides career and transfer counseling services and resources that support student's personal goals and development. Students who want additional career information, including career assessment, exploration, and occupational information and students interested in transferring to a four-year college or university should visit the Career and Transfer Resource Center (CTRC). We are located in room C1034 in the Wilson building right across the hall from Student Services.
  • Center for Academic Planning (CAP) - The Center for Academic Planning (CAP) provides advising to College Transfer students, Pre Health and Special Interest students. Additionally, the CAP functions as an information source for degree program requirements, advising and registration. Our main mission is to help JCC students accomplish their educational goals, by planning a course of study that is consistent with their objectives.
  • E-Advising - Are you planning to take at least one online class next semester? Remove your academic advising hold without coming to campus to meet with an advisor; use e-Advising!
  • Disability Services - The Disability Services Office helps adapt Johnston Community College's general services to the individual and specialized needs of students who have special health conditions, disabilities, or limitations.  Our goal is to ensure all qualified students with equal opportunity and access to all programs and facilities.
  • Financial Aid - To take advantage of the many sources of aid available, it is important for you to be informed. The electronic resources on the financial aid site help to simplify the financial aid process and answer many frequently asked questions.
  • Jaguar Office of Learning Technologies (JOLT)- JOLT expands learning opportunities by providing technical support to students and faculty for online, hybrid, or interactive television [ITV] course delivery methods. JOLT also assists faculty, staff and students with academic and technology needs by providing one-on-one help and group workshops.
  • Library - The Library is housed in our Learning Resource Center (LRC) on campus. Search electronic journals, periodicals, books, magazines, and even contact a librarian online with our Library Libguides.
  • Student Support Services - SSS, also known as TRiO, is a federal grant program that provides opportunities for academic development, assists students with basic college requirements, and serves to motivate students to complete their college goals. SSS helps low-income and first generation students stay in college until they earn their degrees. Participants receive tutoring, counseling, mentoring, and other academic support.
  • The Writing Studio - The Writing Studio is a comfortable, supportive place to work on your academic writing assignments, digital publications (blogs, wikis, social media), literary competition submissions, transitional (application essays), career search letters and writing for fun!