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Begin your path to college while in high school!

Take college classes while you’re still in High School! Classes are available online, at your High School, or on JWCC’s campus.

Smart Start - earn college credits in high school

Please remember to include the name of your High School Guidance Counselor and complete with a parent/guardian signature at the end of the form.

Once the registration form is completed, please request high school transcript be sent via email: smartstart@mc2enterprise.com

Once all documents are received, the registration will be processed and the bill and schedule will be sent to the home address. Please provide a reliable email address on the registration form, as BlazerNet login information and additional communication will be sent via email.

Options for Taking Classes

At your High School
At a JWCC Center
Online
A Combination of All Three

Courses & Registration by High School

Courses offered in partnership with area high schools are considered dual credit. These courses are offered during the regular school day and often taught or monitored by high school teachers. Credit is issued from the high school and the college.

Search for course offerings by high school to see what classes are available.

  • CMN 101 Intro to Speech (JWCC) (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I (JWCC) (Online)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric & Composition II (JWCC) (Online)
  • EDU 100 Foundations of Education (QHS)
  • EDU 201 Educational Psychology (Online – 8wks)
  • EDU 204 Intro to Technology in EDU (QHS)
  • EDU 205 Exceptional Child (Online – 8wks)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics (JWCC) (Online)
  • MAT 113 College Algebra (JWCC) (Online)
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (JWCC) (Online)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (JWCC) (Online)
  • SPN 101 Spanish I (QHS)
  • SPN 102 Spanish II (QHS)
  • BUS 115 CEO – Business Leadership I (High School)
  • BUS 116 CEO – Business Leadership II (High School)
  • BUS 131 Principles of Marketing (Online)
  • EDU 100 Foundations of Education (Online)
  • HUM 101 Introduction to Humanities (Online)
  • LEN 101 Law Enforcement I (Online)
  • LOM 100 Intro to Logistics Management (Online)
  • LOM 102 Supply Chain Management (Online)
  • OFT 281 Medical Terminology (Online)
  • SCI 105 Weather & Climate (Online)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (High School) (Online)
  • BIO 101 General Biology (Online)
  • CMN 101 Intro to Speech (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I (Online)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric & Composition II (Online)
  • HIS 101 Western Civilization I (Online)
  • HIS 102 Western Civilization II (Online)
  • HIS 121 US History I (Online)
  • HIS 122 US History II (Online)
  • HUM 101 Intro to Humanities (Online)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 113 College Algebra (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 114 Trigonometry (Online – ALEKS)
  • OFT 281 Medical Terminology (Online)
  • PHL 201 Major World Religions (Online)
  • PSC 101 American Government (Online)
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (Online)
  • SCI 100 Environmental Geology (Online)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (Online)
  • SPN 101 Elementary Spanish I (Online)
  • SPN 102 Elementary Spanish II (Online)
  • AST 101 Elementary Astronomy (Online)
  • ART 120 Art Survey/Appreciation II (Online)
  • BIO 101 General Biology (Online)
  • CMN 101 Intro to Speech (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I (Online)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric & Composition II (Online)
  • EDU 100 Intro to Education (Online)
  • HIS 121 US History I (Online)
  • HIS 122 US History II (Online)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics – ALEKS (Online)
  • MAT 113 College Algebra – ALEKS (Online)
  • MUS 102 Music Appreciation (Online)
  • NUA 101 Basic Nurse Assisting (High School)
  • NUA 103 Nursing Assistant Practicum (High School)
  • PHL 201 Major World Religions (Online)
  • PSC 101 American Government (Online)
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (Online)
  • PSY 233 Developmental Psychology (Online)
  • SCI 105 Weather & Climate (Online)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (Online)
  • SOC 111 Social Problems (Online)
  • SPN 101 Elementary Spanish I (Online)
  • SPN 102 Elementary Spanish II (Online)
  • BUS 101 Intro to Business (Online)
  • BUS 131 Principles of Marketing (Online)
  • CMN 101 Intro to Speech (Online)
  • EDU 100 Foundations of Education (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I (High School)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric & Composition II (High School)
  • HIS 101 Western Civilization I (Online)
  • HIS 102 Western Civilization II (Online)
  • HIS 121 US History I (Online)
  • HIS 122 US History II (Online)
  • HUM 101 Intro to Humanities (Online)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 113 College Algebra (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 114 Trigonometry (Online – ALEKS)
  • PHL 201 Major World Religions (Online)
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (High School)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I (Online)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric & Composition II (Online)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 113 College Algebra (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 114 Trigonometry (Online – ALEKS)
  • PHL 201 Major World Religions (Online)
  • PSY 101 Intro to Psychology (Online)
  • SOC 101 Intro to Sociology (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I (Online)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric & Composition II (Online)
  • FSC 180 Fire Service & The Law (Online)
  • LEN 101 Law Enforcement I (Online)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 113 College Algebra (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 114 Trigonometry (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 220 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I (High School)
  • NUA 101 Basic Nurse Assisting (Southeast Education Center)
  • NUA 103 Nursing Assistant Practicum (Southeast Education Center)
  • PHL 201 Major World Religions (Online)
  • PSC 101 American Government (Online)
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (Online)
  • PSY 233 Developmental Psychology (Online)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (Online)
  • Welding Certificate Program – 17 credit hours (High School)
  • EDU 100 Foundations of Education (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I (Online)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric & Composition II (Online)
  • HIS 101 Western Civilization I (Online)
  • HIS 102 Western Civilization II (Online)
  • HIS 121 US History I (Online)
  • HIS 122 US History II (Online)
  • LEN 101 Law Enforcement I (Online)
  • LOM 100 Intro to Logistics Management (Online)
  • LOM 102 Supply Chain Management (Online)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 113 College Algebra (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 114 Trigonometry (Online – ALEKS)
  • MUS 102 Introduction to Music (Online)
  • OFT 281 Medical Terminology (Online)
  • PHL 201 Major World Religions (Online)
  • PSC 101 American Government (Online)
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (Online)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (Online)
  • SPN 101 Elementary Spanish I (Online)
  • SPN 102 Elementary Spanish II (Online)
  • CMN 101 Intro to Speech (Online)
  • EDU 100 Foundations of Education (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric and Composition I (Online)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric and Composition II (Online)
  • HIS 101 Western Civilization I (Online)
  • HIS 102 Western Civilization II (Online)
  • LEN 101 Law Enforcement I (Online)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 113 College Algebra (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 114 Trigonometry (Online – ALEKS)
  • PHL 201 Major World Religions (Online)
  • PSC 101 American Government (Online)
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (Online)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (Online)
  • SPN 101 Elementary Spanish I (Online)
  • SPN 102 Elementary Spanish II (Online)
  • AST 101 Elementary Astronomy (Online)
  • ART 120 Art Survey/Appreciation II (Online)
  • BUS 101 Introduction to Business (Online)
  • EDU 100 Foundations of Education (Online)
  • ECO 101 Principles of Economics I (Online)
  • ECO 102 Principles of Economics II (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I (High School)
  • FSC 180 Fire Science & The Law (Online)
  • HIS 101 Western Civilizations I (Online)
  • HIS 102 Western Civilizations II (Online)
  • HIS 122 US History II (High School)
  • HUM 101 Intro to Humanities (Online)
  • LEN 101 Law Enforcement I – Overview (Online)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics (Online)
  • NUA 101 Basic Nurse Assisting (Southeast Education Center)
  • NUA 103 Nursing Assistant Practicum (Southeast Education Center)
  • OFT 281 Medical Terminology (Online)
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (Online)
  • PSY 233 Developmental Psychology (Online)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (Online)
  • BIO 101 General Biology (High School – Full Year)
  • EDU 100 Foundations of Education (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I (Online)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric & Composition II (Online)
  • HIS 101 Western Civilization I (Online)
  • HIS 102 Western Civilization II (Online)
  • HIS 121 US History I (Online)
  • HIS 122 US History II (Online)
  • LEN 101 Law Enforcement I (Online)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 113 College Algebra (Online – ALEKS)
  • NUA 101 Basic Nurse Assisting (Southeast Education Center)
  • NUA 103 Nursing Assistant Practicum (Southeast Education Center)
  • PHL 201 Major World Religions (Online)
  • PSC 101 American Government (Online)
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (Online)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (Online)
  • EDU 100 Intro to Education (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric and Composition I (Online)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric and Composition II (Online)
  • HIS 101 Western Civilization I (Online)
  • HIS 102 Western Civilization II (Online)
  • HIS 121 US History I (Online)
  • HIS 122 US History II (Online)
  • LEN 101 Law Enforcement I (Online)
  • LOM 100 Intro to Logistics Management (Online)
  • LOM 102 Supply Chain Management (Online)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 113 College Algebra (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 114 Trigonometry (Online – ALEKS)
  • PHL 201 Major World Religion (Online)
  • PSC 101 American Government (Online)
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (Online)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (Online)
  • SPN 101 Elementary Spanish I (Online)
  • SPN 102 Elementary Spanish II (Online)
  • CMN 101 Intro to Speech (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I (High School)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric & Composition II (High School)
  • ENG 130 Intro to Film (High School)
  • HIS 101 Western Civilizations I (High School)
  • PHL 121 Ethics (High School)
  • PHL 201 Major World Religion (High School)
  • BIO 101 General Biology (High School)
  • CMN 101 Intro to Speech (Online)
  • ENG 101 Rhetoric & Composition I (Online)
  • ENG 102 Rhetoric & Composition II (Online)
  • HIS 101 Western Civilization I (Online)
  • HIS 102 Western Civilization II (Online)
  • HIS 121 US History I (Online)
  • HIS 122 US History II (Online)
  • HUM 101 Intro to Humanities (Online)
  • LEN 101 Law Enforcement I (Online)
  • LOM 100 Intro to Logistics Management (Online)
  • LOM 102 Supply Chain Management (Online)
  • MAT 109 Elementary Statistics (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 113 College Algebra (Online – ALEKS)
  • MAT 114 Trigonometry (Online – ALEKS)
  • PHL 201 Major World Religions (Online)
  • PSC 101 American Government (Online)
  • PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology (Online)
  • SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (Online)
  • SPN 101 Elementary Spanish I (Online)
  • SPN 102 Elementary Spanish II (Online)

Courses Offered at JWCC

JWCC also offers courses that students can enroll in outside of the normal high school schedule. These courses are taught at a JWCC campus location or online. College credit will be issued once the course is successfully completed. Credits can be transferred to another academic institution or used when the student seeks a degree from JWCC.

Courses are available during the summer as well. This allows students to earn college credit and fulfill general education requirements for a college degree.

Final course registration is contingent upon parent/guardian, guidance counselor, and JWCC approval.

How do JWCC classes transfer?

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JWCC credits transfer nationwide!

Discuss the transfer of courses to your chosen institution with a JWCC advisor and see how credits transfer from JWCC to other colleges at Transferology.com

Once coursework is completed, email JWCC advising to have an official copy of your transcript sent to the selected college or university. No fee is charged for transcripts.

Cost & Payment

Lecture Based

Original cost per credit hour is $170, but the Smart Start Scholarship decreases the cost to $127.50.

$170 $127.50

A three-credit hour lecture-based course will cost $382.50.

Online Classes

Online classes carry an additional fee. $157.50 per credit hour.
$200 $157.50

A three-credit hour online course will cost $472.50.

In most cases, books are not included. A list of required texts per course can be found via the JWCC Bookstore.

Bills will be sent in July for fall courses and November for spring courses. Payment is expected ten days prior to the start of class.

Additional scholarship opportunities through the JWCC Foundation Office are listed per high school above.
*Tuition rates and fees are based on 2022-23 rates and subjected to change without notice based on board approval.

Smart Start High School Career Academy

Career Academy eases the transition to college, giving students a SMART START on
their career pathway!

Why Career Academy?

  1. Provides students with the opportunity to enroll in a specific set of courses associated with a designated career area.
  2. Give students a more focused and practical education that prepares them for success in their chosen career field
  3. Offers students the opportunity to study all the basic courses they need for high school graduation while simultaneously getting a head start on a career path.

Career Academy

  • Welding
  • Certified Nursing Assistant
  • Pre-Nursing

How to Enroll

Sign up by completing the Smart Start Registration Form. Counselor or Principal approval is required.

Please contact the Smart Start concurrent enrollment team if interested, or if you have additional questions: smartstart@mc2enterprise.com, 217.641.4339

Registered: Next Steps

Contact

Portrait of Brittany McKeownBrittany McKeown

Manager of Concurrent Enrollment
217.641.4339
Email Brittany

Book time on my calendar!

Portrait of Brittany HerzogKelly Herzog

Concurrent Enrollment Success Coach
217.641.4331
Email Kelly