Students & Families

Fall 2021 Semester Information

Jackson College will welcome students back to campuses and online this fall semester.


Coming to Campus

Complete the Reintegration Course

Go to the JetNet Reintegration Course
Log in with your Jackson College Email and Password
Select the Self Enrollment Option

Complete Your Health Screening

Prior to your arrival but no earlier then the morning of you will need to complete the COVID-19 Health Screening.

Click here to take your health screening

Checkpoint

When you arrive on Central Campus, you will go through a checkpoint where your daily health screening will be confirmed and a temperature scan. You will receive a daily sticker to be worn on your student ID badge on campus. Look for more information on Hillsdale and Lenawee campus check-in processes.

 

Give yourself time

Plan some extra time when coming to campus and going to class.

Mask Up

At this point, masks are required on campus for employees and students indoors, except when eating.

Keep your distance

Social distancing is required on campus, in classrooms, walking down hallways, in breakout rooms and cafeteria. Try to maintain 6 feet distance from others.

Building QR codes

Everyone going into each building will scan a QR code with their smartphone and enter their names and phone numbers for contact tracing. Please check your phone’s capability.

Play it safe

Please continue to practice safe, responsible health and hygiene practices. Follow state and CDC guidelines regarding quarantine if you are exposed.

COVID-19 vaccines

Vaccines are encouraged for all students and required for all campus residents. Vaccines are available from the Jackson College Health Clinic or check with your local providers.

Stay home

Please stay home if you feel unwell.

Please be mindful of others.

Follow campus guidelines so all can have a successful semester!


Frequently Asked Questions

Academics

Yes; please contact your student success navigator. An emergency request form is also available.

Students enrolled in Career and Technical Education programs now qualify for food assistance from the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) through the State of Michigan. SNAP offers nutrition benefits to supplement the food budget of families and individuals so they can purchase healthy food.

Career students should offer documentation confirming their program of study when applying in order to determine their eligibility for SNAP. Examples could include a proof of registration and a document showing their program or course of study. A caseworker will use that information to determine eligibility. To apply, go to www.michigan.gov/MIBridges.

Yes, feel free to contact the Jackson College Health Clinic at 517.990.1374 and leave a voicemail message. These messages will get routed to staff e-mails, and they will then reach out to you and offer medical advice, medication refills, etc.

Yes, all Jackson College students and employees in need of assistance may contact the Oasis Center at 517.787.7920. Simply state that you need to speak with staff at the Oasis Center, and you will be transferred to one of the Oasis navigators who will screen for your needs.


Financial Aid

Yes; please contact your student success navigator. An emergency request form is also available.

Students enrolled in Career and Technical Education programs now qualify for food assistance from the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) through the State of Michigan. SNAP offers nutrition benefits to supplement the food budget of families and individuals so they can purchase healthy food.

Career students should offer documentation confirming their program of study when applying in order to determine their eligibility for SNAP. Examples could include a proof of registration and a document showing their program or course of study. A caseworker will use that information to determine eligibility. To apply, go to www.michigan.gov/MIBridges.

Yes, feel free to contact the Jackson College Health Clinic at 517.990.1374 and leave a voicemail message. These messages will get routed to staff e-mails, and they will then reach out to you and offer medical advice, medication refills, etc.

Yes, all Jackson College students and employees in need of assistance may contact the Oasis Center at 517.787.7920. Simply state that you need to speak with staff at the Oasis Center, and you will be transferred to one of the Oasis navigators who will screen for your needs.


Support Services

Yes; please contact your student success navigator. An emergency request form is also available.

Students enrolled in Career and Technical Education programs now qualify for food assistance from the state’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) through the State of Michigan. SNAP offers nutrition benefits to supplement the food budget of families and individuals so they can purchase healthy food.

Career students should offer documentation confirming their program of study when applying in order to determine their eligibility for SNAP. Examples could include a proof of registration and a document showing their program or course of study. A caseworker will use that information to determine eligibility. To apply, go to www.michigan.gov/MIBridges.

Yes, feel free to contact the Jackson College Health Clinic at 517.990.1374 and leave a voicemail message. These messages will get routed to staff e-mails, and they will then reach out to you and offer medical advice, medication refills, etc.

Yes, all Jackson College students and employees in need of assistance may contact the Oasis Center at 517.787.7920. Simply state that you need to speak with staff at the Oasis Center, and you will be transferred to one of the Oasis navigators who will screen for your needs.