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Only Two Weeks of Pre-Registration Left!
by Heather Lanier - Monday, July 25, 2016, 12:06 PM
 

August 4th is the last day you can pre-register for fall semester until August 11th.  Don't procrastinate and stand in those long lines during registration, contact your department head TODAY and register or make changes as needed to your schedule!  General Education, 910-296-2481; Health Education, 910-296-2451; Vocational/Technical, 910-296-2532.

 
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Moodle Maintenance
by Heather Lanier - Wednesday, July 20, 2016, 12:52 PM
 

Please be advised that Moodle will be unavailable August 4th between 1:00am and 12:00pm for upgrade and maintenance.  


Heather Lanier, Director of Distance Learning

hlanier@jamessprunt.edu, 910-296-1334

 
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Fall Pre-Registration Opening July 11
by Heather Lanier - Thursday, July 7, 2016, 10:22 AM
 

If you missed your opportunity to pre-register for fall semester you have a second chance!  Beginning Monday, July 11th through Thursday, August 4th, returning students may register for classes.  Students will need to make an appointment with the department head of their program of study to review a proposed schedule and remove the hold prior to completing the web-registration.  

General Education, 910-296-2480


Vocational/Technical, 910-296-2531


Health Education, 910-296-2450

 
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Stream 100 popular movies for free!
by Heather Lanier - Wednesday, May 18, 2016, 9:53 AM
 

Stream 100 popular movies for free, courtesy of your library!  Swank Digital Campus is available to anyone with a JSCC e-mail address or library card through May 29.  Watch InceptionThe GodfatherPulp FictionFargoAmelie... – plus 95 others – anywhere you are.  Contact the library if you have any questions.

 
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New Single Stop Provides Free Services to Students
by Heather Lanier - Monday, May 16, 2016, 8:52 PM
 

Single Stop is a program designed to be a single place where students can come to receive assistance with non-academic needs that if left unmet could cause them to drop out of school. A screening and assessment is completed which will show if a student is eligible for services such as food and ...

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