2010 to 2015
Spring 2011 - New two-year Manufacturing Technology program began to meet needs identified by local manufacturers. The program focuses on how a product is manufactured, distributed, documented and supported.
June 2011- Adams County Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) offices moved to the JWCC Kinscherff Adult Education Learning Center at 122 North 5th Street, Quincy.
January 2012 - Dr. John Letts was appointed the College’s fifth president.
May 2012 - JWCC retirees establish a Retirees Association.
August 2012 - Mandarin Chinese course offered for the first time at JWCC.
May 2013 - Grand Opening of JWCC’s new Mt. Sterling Education Center at 108 N. Capitol in Mt. Sterling.
August 2013 - New JWCC Career Readiness Center opens to help students and community members more confidently identify local careers that match their skills and interests.
September 2013 - New Retired and Senior Volunteer Program offices open in Mt. Sterling and Pittsfield.
January 2014 - First JWCC homecoming January 17- February 1.
April 2014 - Michael L. Elbe becomes JWCC’s sixth president.
July 2014 - New 2x2 accelerated online programs begin to offer students opportunity to earn an associate degree by taking two classes at a time and finish in two years. Initial 2x2 programs include accounting, business, economics, psychology, history, and general studies.
January 2015 - “Woody the Trailblazer” unveiled as first JWCC Mascot in celebration of JWCC’s 40 year anniversary.