Paris Junior College has HEERF III funds for eligible full- and part-time students who are taking classes this spring. Click here to learn more.
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So far, nearly 475 students have applied to graduate from Paris Junior College this semester, and 256 of those plan to walk in the Friday evening commencement ceremony at 7:00 p.m. in Noyes Stadium, May 13, 2022. A highlight of PJC's graduation ceremony is the Distinguished Service Award (DSA), the highest student honor given at PJC.Read More
Paris Junior College's May Mini-Term starts May 16, 2022 and offers a full course credit students can complete in three weeks. Graduating high school seniors also may take one free Summer I or II class, an opportunity that shouldn't be passed up, according to Sheila Reece, Paris Junior College Vice President of Access and Success.Read More