Students & Families

Follow your goals this fall with Jackson College. This year will look different, but it will still be no less outstanding. Don’t hesitate to reach out if a need arises. Remember, WE ARE STRONGER TOGETHER!


What You Need To Know for Fall 2020

  • With student safety in mind, the College will offer a variety of course options for the fall semester that are both affordable and convenient. Most learning will be online, with totally virtual classes and scheduled virtual classes (synchronous learning) available. A select number of in-person classes and hands-on labs will be offered on Central Campus, with safety protocols in place. Click here for the various course options.
  • Please note that Jackson College campuses will remain closed for anyone not involved in approved hands-on components of a class and for anyone who is not an essential employee.

Questions

As you are getting accustomed to remote learning, questions are sure to surface. Our Student Services front line staff are well-versed in a variety of resources and they look forward to hearing from you regardless of your need.

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Jackson College campuses will remain closed for anyone not involved in approved hands-on components of a class and for anyone who is not an essential employee or approved guest.

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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