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College Operations Update: Shelter-in-Place Order Extended Closure and Event Cancellations

(March 24, 2020)

I want to again thank our entire campus community for the hard work and adaptability that has been shown over the past several weeks. Your efforts have been nothing short of inspiring.

To further protect the safety of all Jefferson College students and employees in accordance with the “stay at home” executive order issued yesterday jointly by Jefferson County Executive Dennis Gannon and the Jefferson County Health Department, I am extending the closure of all College sites through Sunday, April 26. As previously announced, all classes will move to an online format beginning March 30.

College Coronavirus Operations Update – Instruction and Continuity

College Coronavirus Operations Update – Instruction and Continuity

(March 13, 2020) 

Taking precautionary steps to protect the safety of all students and employees in light of the national state of emergency declared by President Trump and by Governor Parson regarding the coronavirus, the College will adjust instruction and operations as follows:


Spring Break Week - March 14-22

Coronavirus Planning and Spring Break Update

Coronavirus Planning and Spring Break Update

(March 12, 2020) 

Spring Break Travel

Campus Health Safety Update – Coronavirus

Campus Health Safety Update – Coronavirus

(March 10, 2020) 

As you have probably seen in the news, Missouri is now one of several states where presumptive cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) have been reported. The situation remains fluid as new details are emerging daily, impacting a wide range of businesses and organizations in our region. In an effort to keep our campus community up-to-date, we have created a webpage www.jeffco.edu/covid-19 that lists timely resources and safety updates as they become available.

48-Hour Film Contest - Earn Cash Prizes

48-Hour Film Contest Offers Chance to Earn Cash Prizes

As part of the Jefferson College PACE (Performing Arts and Cultural Enrichment) series, community filmmaking teams are invited to write, film and edit an original short film during the 10th annual 48-Hour Film Festival sponsored by the Community Events and Outreach Committee and Art Department. 

The contest is open to anyone within a 200 mile radius of the Hillsboro campus. There is no cost to enter. Teams of up to five members will be given a theme and required elements and must work within 48 hours to write, shoot, and edit a film up to seven minutes in length. 

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