JCC Spring Semester Remains Flexible Amid Health Concerns

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JAMESTOWN — Jamestown Community College will, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, continue offering courses in multiple formats for the Spring 2021 semester.

Officials announced courses will be offered in a mix of formats, both on- and off-campus, during the spring semester. To shorten the semester, classes begin on Jan. 25 and a spring break has been eliminated. On-campus class sessions will begin after Feb. 1.

Additional guidelines regarding residence halls, the winter athletic season, and protocols for returning to campus in January are being developed.

Advisement and registration for spring courses begins Nov. 2. Courses can be viewed at sunyjcc.edu/courses.

“Meeting early with an advisor allows for better course selection and also gives students adequate time to prepare for the spring semester,” academic advisement coordinator Colette Haight explains. “Our student services staff can connect students quickly to the resources they need to be successful.”

In-person advisement meetings are available on a limited basis, Haight added. Most sessions are conducted primarily through videoconferencing or by phone.​

New students are encouraged to visit sunyjcc.edu/advising​ or contact the Counseling & Career Center in Jamestown (716.338.1007), Olean (716.376.7508), or Dunkirk (716.366.6500) for details.


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