MV Update: Sept. 2

Students taking College Now classes may begin registering for JCCC credit; Freshman StuCo officers announced


Adri Talavera, JagWire opinions editor/business manager

College Now registration is open

Those who have never taken a course for Johnson County Community College credit must first apply for admission. Students can do so at the JCCC College Now website.

If necessary, course placement tests will be held in the Testing Center on the third floor of the Student Center on a first-come, first-serve basis. Appointments are not required and testing should take should take about two hours. Students should bring a photo ID and their JCCC ID number to testing. Personal items such as cell phones cannot be brought into the Testing Center. Check JCCC’s website for a full list of rules and tips regarding testing.

After a student’s admission request is approved and placement tests have been passed, students must enroll by Friday, Sept. 11. Enrollment can be done online, over the phone or in person. Make sure to enroll as early as possible — no matter what, the deadline will not be extended. Payment is due the day of enrollment.

Students can pay in person or online. The cost is $91 per credit hour for Johnson County residents and $106 per credit hour for other Kansas residents. JCCC has more information on residency online. Phone payments are not accepted. Payment plans are available. 

If a student needs to drop a College Now class after enrolling, it is the student’s responsibility to contact JCCC and provide a drop form, otherwise the class will count as failed.

Freshman StuCo election results announced

Congratulations to the 2015-16 freshman StuCo officers:

President: Eli Midyett

Vice President: Grace Lovett

Secretary: Hannah Barnes

Treasurer: Ryan Williams

Representatives: Delaney Kemp, Annika Lehan, Mia Thomas and Ashlyn Windmiller

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