Jefferson College EMT Assistant Professor Earl Neal was recently honored as the Most Dedicated Instructor of the Year by the Missouri Emergency Services Association (MEMSA) Instructors-Coordinators-Examiners (ICE) Society.
Neal has been the EMT-Paramedic program director at Jefferson College since 2010, while developing a program that is unparalleled in resources, training opportunities, clinical sites, and ambulance districts for students to learn and grow.
The Jefferson College Faculty Senate recently selected Nancy M. Nelson of Imperial as Jefferson College’s 2017 Alumnus of the Year. She was presented the award during the College’s annual Honors Recognition Ceremony.
Nelson is grateful to receive the Jefferson College Alumnus of the Year award, saying “Of all the community colleges and both universities that I’ve attended, Jefferson College was my clear favorite. The professors were just as qualified as at four year institutions, but the experiences were so much more personal and welcoming.”
Some of the best students from Jefferson College recently participated in the 2017 Missouri SkillsUSA State Competition at State Technical College.
The contests are held in conjunction with the Missouri SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Conference, which is attended by more than 2,500 students, teachers, and representatives of business, industry, education, and government.
Jefferson College 2017 State SkillsUSA competition medalists include:
To make registration and enrollment more convenient for prospective students and their families, Jefferson College will hold “Walk-In Wednesdays” from April until August with many services available in a one-stop setting.
Walk-In Wednesday hours will be from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Hillsboro campus through August 23. Prospective students should bring photo identification. No appointment is necessary.
Anyone interested in attending Jefferson College can complete a variety of registration-related steps in one visit:
Jefferson College Vice President of Student Services, Dr. Kim Harvey, has announced the Dean’s List for the Fall 2016 semester, containing the names of 728 students who earned the academic recognition.
To qualify for the Dean’s List honor, full-time students must achieve a grade point average of 3.25 or higher (on a 4.0 scale) in at least 12 credit hours taken that semester. Part-time students who accumulate 12 or more credit hours with a 3.25 grade point average also qualify.
Honor students and their hometowns are listed: