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Reach Your Goals Online

Advance your career with an online associate degree or certificate from JCC.

  • Pursue your educational and career goals while balancing family or work commitments with the convenience and flexibility of online learning.
  • Prepare for a new career with an associate degree or certificate from JCC.
  • Take a course for personal interest or to transfer to another institution with online credit or non-credit classes.

Make the Right Choice

Online learning is a challenging and rewarding way to reach your educational goals, but it is not for everyone. To see if you are a good candidate for online learning, take this short survey Are You Ready for Online Learning? to help you decide if you have the time and technical skills needed to successfully complete courses online.

Online Degree Programs and Credit Courses

JCC offers a variety of online programs and courses available to anyone who meets the course requirements.

Non-credit Continuing Education Courses

JCC offers a variety of non-credit continuing education courses for those wishing to expand their vocational proficiency, to enrich their personal lives, or to acquire additional knowledge simply for fun.

Getting Started

Students seeking a degree or certificate online must apply to JCC and talk with an advisor before registering for courses.

To take credit courses for personal interest or to transfer to another institution, you are not required to apply to JCC.

For registration directions as well as the required forms, click on the Apply and Register link.

Already an Online Student?
Read the directions for information on accessing your online courses.

Jamestown Community College
P.O. Box 20, Jamestown, NY 14702-0020
1.800.388.8557, ext. 1001

Email: Admissions@mail.sunyjcc.edu

Federal regulations require that JCC (which delivers courses by distance education) provide students or prospective students with contact information for filing complaints with the state approval or licensing entity in the student’s state of residency and any other relevant state official or agency that would appropriately handle a student’s complaint. Contact information for filing complaints was compiled by SHEEO and may be found at http://sheeo.org/sheeo_surveys.