Advising and Registration

All CCP students are required to meet with an academic advisor each semester to register for college courses. Students should actively participate in their advising appointments, establish a relationship with their advisor, and begin to understand the benefits and challenges of the college experience.

Scheduling Advising Appointments

  1. Go to Appointment-Plus
  2. Select Program of Study: CCP (High School Students Only)
  3. Select Appointment Type:
    1. CCP College Transfer-Arts and Science
    2. CCP College Transfer-Engineering
    3. CCP Career and Technical Education 
      (Students with two pathways must make an appointment with an advisor for each)
  4. Select Advisor:
    1. College Transfer AA/AS or AE – any advisor that populates
    2. Career and Technical Edu. – an advisor whose option indicates the student’s pathway
  5. Select a date then time for the appointment
  6. Follow prompts until appointment is finalized
  • Admittance into the program is required. Pathway changes must be completed with the student's CCP representative prior to scheduling an appointment. Appointments scheduled under the wrong pathway advisor will be cancelled.
  • Review pathway (Transfer or CTE) for required courses and build a desired schedule by searching for classes.
  • Students who wish ONLY to take JCC classes offered at their high school do not need to meet with an advisor. To register for JCC classes on a high school campus, contact ccp@mail.johnstoncc.edu.
  • Registrations will be processed in order of receipt and pending availability of courses.

COVID-19 Related Information

Course Structure

Many courses have been restructured to address ongoing health concerns. The largest impact was on seated courses of which most were either converted to synchronous online, asynchronous online, or blended/hybrid, while some were reduced in seating capacity. Students should review their schedules in WebAdvisor. The following comprises the modality options of courses at JCC this Fall:

Modality

Online Presence

Accessed via or Location

Fixed Schedule
(i.e. M/W 9:30-10:45)

Face-to-Face Meetings

Real-Time Instruction

Synchronous Online

100%

Blackboard Collaborate
(CLICK HERE to learn more)

Yes

No

Yes

Asynchronous Online

100%

Blackboard

No

No

No

LIVE

0%
(some assignments may be web-based)

High school campus thru Vidyo

Yes

Yes

Yes

Hybrid/Blended
(Online/Seated Combo)

Varies

Blackboard (online portion) and high school or JCC campus (seated portion)

Yes

Yes

Yes

Seated

0%
(some assignments may be web-based)

JCC or high school campus

Yes

Yes

Yes

*Synchronous Online: Internet access required. High schools may allow/require students to meet in a designated location. JCC will provide student training on synchronous instruction and will notify students of the training dates via email.
*Asynchronous Online: Internet access required. Instructors may attempt to coordinate some virtual meetings with classes; however, this may not be possible because of varying schedules.
*LIVE: Students will meet at the same time each week in a location designated by their high school.

Fees and Billing

Invoices for CCP student fees were mailed August 19th. Balances can be viewed and paid in WebAdvisor (Students > Student Finance Self Service).

Activity and CAPS fees were waived for CCP students for the Fall 2020 semester. Students are responsible for all other applicable fees. Payments made before account balances were adjusted will be refunded accordingly. 

Parking Decals and Student IDs

Parking decals can be requested by clicking here. Once the form has been completed, a JCC representative will contact the student regarding pick up.

Student IDs are made at the JCC Library. Click here to view their hours of operation.

Campus Protocols

  • Students, faculty, and staff are required to wear face coverings while in the classroom, hallway, lounge, or any other non-private area inside a JCC building. The only exception will be for instructors actively leading a class but only if there is a safe distance between him/her and the nearest student(s).
  • Custodians will follow a rigorous schedule to disinfect areas where students, faculty, and staff gather. This schedule has been strategically crafted to ensure that each class session is preceded by sanitization.
  • Students, faculty, and staff are expected to practice social distancing by maintaining at least 6 feet from others. Indicators have been placed on the floors in common areas throughout the campus.
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) including masks, hand sanitizer, etc. will be provided for students as needed. However, supplies are limited, so students are encouraged to bring their own masks. Additional hand sanitizing stations have been added throughout the campus.
  • Additional information can be found on JCC’s Coronavirus webpage.