Jefferson Online: Online Education Services





Jefferson Online is dedicated to making sure that everything you need is just a click away.  Here is a list of services to help you, which includes our technology support and virtual library resources.

Here, you’ll find out more about the Jefferson Online admissions process and how to get started. If you want to get started right away, apply now. If you need assistance, contact an admissions counselor to help guide you through the process. Back to top

Financial Aid
Jefferson Online is committed to assisting you in developing a financial plan to help achieve your educational goals. Our staff will help you explore a variety of options, including federal and state loans, scholarships, work-study programs, private loans, self-payment and tuition reimbursement. Back to top

Jefferson College Library
Jefferson College Library is your starting point for all of your research needs; including “How To” Guides on a variety of topics, journals, databases, eBooks and more! Back to top

Learning and Writing Center
The Learning and Writing Center is a free resource for students who would like assistance with course material and/or writing. Students work directly with peer subject experts and writing specialists in an online environment. Back to top

Educational Testing Center
The Educational Testing Center provides proctored testing services to all Jefferson College students.  As an online student, testing can be completed through an external proctor, or an online proctoring tool, Respondus Monitor. See your expanded syllabus for more information. Back to top

Pathways to Academic Student Success
The PASS Program is designed to help Jefferson Online students who may need some assistance in meeting college requirements or academic goals due to academic or behavioral difficulties. Back to top

Students with Disabilities
Jefferson Online strives to create a supportive environment for all of our students with disabilities and is committed to assist them with their short and long-term academic and career goals. Back to top

Counseling and Wellness
Counseling services are provided for all students and are free and confidential. Counselors are available for students to assist them both personally and academically. Back to top

Title IX
The Title IX office serves students by taking prompt and effective steps to end sexual violence, prevent its recurrence, and remedy its effects.  Back to top

Prior Learning
Prior Learning Assessment is an academic process of identifying, documenting, and awarding college credit for a student’s knowledge and skills gained from previous experiences. Back to top

Veteran & Active Military Member Resources
Jefferson College of Health Sciences is dedicated to honoring the service of both our veteran students and those students who currently serve in our armed forces, as well as their families. We offer financial and support benefits specific to these students and their families, and work to ensure they have all of the resources they need to succeed in their healthcare educations. Back to top

Jefferson College Bookstore
The Jefferson College Bookstore partners with one of the largest textbook suppliers in the nation. Visit our website to order your textbooks and course materials online. Back to top

Technical Support
The Technology Service Center is available 24x7x365 to support you in the use of technologies such as Blackboard, Self-Service and, and Jefferson College email. See the Academic Technology Department page for more information. Back to top