Since 1918, Jones College has been offering educational opportunities to students whose main aim is to develop career skills. At first it involved only its traditional campus and for the last five years it has been providing its students distance learning opportunities.
Students at Jones College have the opportunity to earn four degrees completely online. It is possible to complete the coursework from anywhere students have an Internet connection.
The Jones College Distance Learning program has been operating successfully since 1999. It proposes students Bachelor of Science degree programs with majors in Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Interdisciplinary Studies, and Legal Assistant (FLA residents only), as well as Associate of Science degree programs with majors in Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, and Legal Assistant (FLA residents only) .
Jones Financial Aid
The purpose of Jones College is to make the education highly accessible. It offers many option for financing the education. All qualified degree seeking students will be eligible for some type of Title IV Federal student assistance. They may receive the assistance in the form of grants (money students do not repay), loans (money that must be repaid after graduation) or a combination of both.
Jones College offers both state and federal financial aid programs for those who qualify. Among those programs are:
* Employer Educational Assistance
* Federal Pell Grant
* Academic Competitiveness Grant
* Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant
* Tuition Assistance
* Federal Perkins Loan
* Federal PLUS Loan
* Federal Stafford Loan (Subsidized and Unsubsidized)
* Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
* Federal Work-Study Program (FWS)
* Florida Postsecondary Student Assistance Grant Fund
After completing enrollment at Jones College, it is necessary to apply for financial aid. It should be mentioned that some aid is limited and is more likely to be available if students apply early.