Welcome to the JCC Student Success Center!
It's all for you. We care about your success and will help you make it happen.Please check out the helpful services and links below that are here for you. For more information, please contact Megan Shaner,
Director of Student Success
Student Support and Service Centers on CampusAcademic Skills Center provides instruction, academic support, guidance, and resources to students enrolled at JCC. The Center offers lab instruction, academic workshops, computer and video-assisted tutoring, a resource library, and other academic material.
Contact: Roxanna McGraw, (919) 209-2219
Center for Academic Planning (CAP) is a place where students can meet with faulty advisors and receive information on academic programs, degree requirements and academic policies and procedures. The Center serves students in Developmental Studies, select College Transfer programs, and those students coded as Special Interest.
The Center helps students understand and complete advising and early registration as well as planning academic schedules, explaining academic policies, and graduation readiness.
Contact: Brian Finch, (919) 464-2261
disability services office, JCC students with special health conditions, disabilities, or limitations can receive academic support. Services are provided for students who qualify under IDEA or Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Acts of 1973.
The goal is to ensure all qualified students receive accommodations to help them to be successful. Students seeking accommodations must initiate contact with the disability services coordinator at least 30-days prior to the beginning of classes.
The student must provide documentation verifying the disability. While it is the student’s responsibility to request his or her accommodations, the Disability Services coordinator will serve as the contact in making sure the student is treated fairly.
Contact: Norvel Turner, (919) 209-2543
Distance Education Center , expands learning opportunities by promoting the use of nontraditional delivery methods. JCC offers Internet-based, hybrid, web-enhanced, or interactive television courses. The Distance Education Center also offers many workshops to help students with their academic technology needs.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, (919) 464-2260
Financial Aid office is to provide students with support to secure funds to pay for their education. The purpose of Financial Aid is to supplement the resources of the student and his or her family. Financial Aid officers will help students to demonstrate their financial need by completing the appropriate documents, namely the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. Once aid is awarded, the financial aid office administers the funds and determines student eligibility.
Contact the Financial Aid Office at: (919) 209-2036
Capital Area JobLink Career Center at JCC is a partnership of 11 agencies that work together to provide services to job/training seekers and employers from one convenient location.
The JobLink Center offers the following services to all students and community members:
- Assessment Services
- Career Information and Guidance
- Job Fairs
- Education and Training Information
- Resource Information and Referrals
- Job Search Assistance
- Unemployment Insurance Claims
Contact: Ramell Oakley, (919) 464-2495
Multicultural Male Leadership Program seeks to increase the completion of developmental courses, retention, graduation rates, and transfer to four-year colleges and universities in the minority male population at Johnston Community College.
The program promotes the improvement of academic success, and graduation of students through mentoring activities and support programs that encourage academic excellence, self-esteem, and personal growth of participating students. The Multicultural Male Leadership Program increases student exposure to educational, professional, and civic opportunities by participating in college visits, community service projects, and leadership conferences.
Contact: Josefvon Jones, (919) 209-2144
SSS 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.
Contact: Carroll Warren, (919) 209-2075
TC provides high quality tutoring and support to JCC students. Through the TC, 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 through the TC so that students can work off-site with a tutor as well as in person.
Contact: Christa Strube, (919) 209-2208
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