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Joliet Junior College to Hold All Fall 2020 Courses Online

In person labs may be possible if Phase 4 of Restore Illinois is reached

Joliet Junior College President Dr. Judy Mitchell announced May 14th the college will be delivering all fall 2020 courses online, with potential in person labs possible if conditions allow.

The plan is in alignment with the Restore Illinois plan.

“The last two months we have lived through a lot of instability and frustration with constantly evolving information,” Dr. Mitchell said. “We know there continues to be many unanswered questions, and we are working every day to further define what our reality looks like in the coming months. Our mission, however, remains the same and I am grateful for the hope and positivity our campus community collectively generates daily to support one another through these challenges.”

In person labs and lab only courses may be delivered face-to-face are conditional upon reaching Phase 4 of the Restore Illinois plan.

Illinois is currently in Phase 2 and will move into Phase 3 of the Restore Illinois plan by the end of the week.

SourceJJC

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