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Student Resources

We know you're still working to adjust to the "new normal" of online classes. View the following list of resources and please contact us if you have questions or need additional assistance.

  • Academic Advising Assistance - Register Fall Classes
    • Email (best for current students and new students who have completed the admissions application process).

  • Academic Success Center
    • The Academic Success Center is available to assist students in the subjects of Science, Math, Writing, Computer Technology, and Political Science/History.  Our Foundations Lab staff is also available for students needing help improving their Math, Reading, and Writing skills.  To meet with an instructor, go to and select the subject in which help is needed.  Also, Peer Tutors are available for students who prefer to work with another student.  Contact Richard Stephenson at for more information on the Academic Success Center and Peer Tutoring.
  • Admissions Questions /High School Senior FAQ Survey
  • Behavioral Concerns, Student Conduct, and Title IX Services
    • Services provided through Behavioral Concerns reporting, Student Conduct programs, and/or Title IX programs are still available for any member of the Jefferson College community. To discuss concerns or information related to Behavioral Concern or Student Conduct, please contact Kristine Bogue at To discuss concerns or information related to Title IX, please contact Kim Sahr at

  • Bookstore
    • The Hillsboro Bookstore will be reopening on Monday, June 8. The hours will be 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Monday through Thursday. Only a limited number of visitors will be allowed in the store at a time and social distancing requirements will be observed.

      The Arnold Bookstore will be open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am - 4:30 pm, starting June 9.

      Visit the Bookstore online at

  • Cashier Questions
    • Email cashier can answer questions relating to payments (including online payments and payments sent through the mail), payment plans, student refunds and 1098-T. 

  • Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Emergency Aid
  • Transcripts
    • Request transcripts online. Please do not choose "mail" as an option as this will not happen until the college re-opens. Transcripts can be sent electronically via the National Student Clearinghouse.