Jones County Junior College
- 2 Year
- ELLISVILLE, MS
Jones County Junior College Reviews
Rating 3.95 out of 5 368 reviews
Jones was very convenient because it was closer to home, and it also was cheaper for me than a university would have been. Some of the teachers could explain the material better.
I have thankfully had a great online experience. Online classes can be stressful, but Jones makes it as easy as possible.
Jones County Junior College is a great choice for anyone looking for a two-year college. The school's staff is very helpful and caring.
I took a few online courses, and it was a phenomenal experience. If you stayed on top of your class work, passing would be easy. The instructors were easy to talk to and they made sure I stayed on top of things. The online textbook was helpful and gave a easy to follow calendar.
The teachers and education were great. This college can improve on personnel that actually help students stay on track. I struggled with staying in contact with one of my counselors. I found out I was missing classes once I applied for programs at other colleges.
Jones College gives you a lot of opportunities for Scholarships, has flexible schedules and everyone is very friendly
Jones is the best junior college. The family atmosphere and beautiful campus are just two reasons I loved it. The teachers were so helpful. I enjoyed playing tennis and getting to go to the NJCAA National tournament with my teammates.
I enjoyed many things about my time at Jones County Junior College. One of them is the student life there and how involved administration is with the students. We are truly cared for. However, there are many things I would like to see changed pertaining to the business side of things. It isn't always about what's best for the students in that aspect.
These are some of the most disrespectful people I have ever met in my life. I am a very nice girl, and I am never late to class, my grades are good, but they’re all rude. I have only met a few(4 or 5) good teachers in my 2 years of being here. Just a fair warning. When you get here and are disrespected daily by the cafeteria staff, the teachers, and the administration, do not be shocked. They will not care if your grandfather has had four heart attacks in the past week, in fact they will actually reply sarcastically. Will never recommend to anyone. I pray no body ever has to deal with some of my professors. Just remember, you will be successful if you don’t turn out like them. Good luck! Ps. If you do go here I hope you get Mr. Morris. He is one of the nicest people I have ever met. If he taught everything, everyone would be more mentally stable and turn out happier :)
I thoroughly enjoyed my time here, especially living in the dorms. I had many wonderful professors who actually cared about teaching. My adviser, Joey Emfinger was extremely helpful and a great chemistry professor. JCJC also adequately prepared me to transfer to a university.
Jones Junior College was a great school to go to for two years. I will take everthing I have learned and use it for the future.
The teachers are amazing and I do believe Jones College is one of, if not the top junior college in the state. My only problem is the strict attendance.
I am excited to go to Jones because of past alumni experience while attending. My mom and my dad are both graduates of JCJC. I, myself have also while in high school dual enrolled in courses to get a step ahead of my education. My current experience has been very pleasant and made my overwhelming choice to continue my education at Jones an easy one. I hope after my two years there to transfer to either Mississippi State or University of Southern Mississippi. My mom often said that if Jones had been a four year institution, she would have never went anywhere else. So far, I completely understand what she meant by that.
Jones is the perfect middle ground for students entering the college level. It is cheaper than going to a university and it allows one the chance to discover a major.
As far as the student body, most of everyone that I met was very friendly and welcoming. Most of my professors seemed to have adequate knowledge of the subject that they teach; however, I do know of instances where a friend asked a professor for help concerning specific subjects, and the professors had no clue where to start. There are plenty of events of that place on campus, most of which are hosted by SGA. Football and basketball games seem to be well attended events. As for parties, there are VERY FEW, which didn't bother me, but if you're looking for a swell time at a party, I don't know if you'll find that here. There honestly isn't anything to do in the local area besides eat, but one the pluses is that they do give out a good bit of scholarships.
Jones a great place to go the people is loving and willing to help you and I will change that I was more open instead of being so quite
Since I will be attending jones in fall 2019 I love it that’s why I picked it it’s a great school and gives a allot of opportunity to college students. The only thing in need of change is the space they have the waiting list is to long and some kids like me can’t afford to drive to school everyday and have to wait on a dorm is ridiculous after you’ve paid $50 non refundable you should be aleast be guaranteed a room if you live 1hr or 2hrs away