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Register for an Upcoming Pre-Admissions Student Session

Register for an Upcoming Pre-Admissions Student Session

To provide prospective students and their families an easy way to learn about programs, scholarships and admissions, Jefferson College is holding several virtual Pre-Admissions Student Session (PASS) events in May through the Google Meet online platform. There is no cost to attend.

Those who attend a Jefferson College PASS will be able to:

Learn more about degree and certificate options available
Find out how to get started this summer or fall
Learn how to apply for financial aid (loans, grants, scholarships)

Upcoming PASS events:

2020 Census Vital to Educational Funding

2020 Census Vital to Educational Funding

Did you know that the 2020 census is our chance to make sure the hard-earned tax dollars we send to Washington, D.C. make their way back to Missouri? For every adult and every child that is not counted in the census, our state will lose about $1,300 in federal dollars every year. When every Missourian is counted, we get more money for roads and bridges, hospitals, and schools.

Low participation in the 2020 census could have substantial negative consequences for our state. As a result of the 2010 census, Missouri lost a congressional seat and hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding.

College Operations Update

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

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