JACKSON EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX
Information for Current Students

Making it your target not to pass through the College..

Making it your target not to pass through the College alone but letting the College pass through you is a step closer to becoming a good product of the College. Therefore work hard in silence and let success make the noise.

One of the greatest ways of ensuring that you are on top of your game with the principle of distance learning is getting information.  Current students are privileged to have various platforms to access information at Jackson College of Education.

 

CALENDAR FOR 2016/2017 ACADEMIC YEAR

SEMESTER 2

No. Year Activity Date
1. 1, 2 & 3 Online Registration July 8 – 23, 2017
2. 1, 2 & 3 Face-to-Face / Collection of Modules July 29 – 30, 2017
3. 1, 2 & 3 Face-to-Face/Assignment August 12 – 13, 2017
4. 1, 2 & 3 Face-to-Face/Submission of Assignment August 19 – 20, 2017
5. 1,2 & 3 Resit Examination August 26 – 27, 2017
6. 1, 2 & 3 Face-to-Face September 2 – 3, 2017
7. 1, 2 & 3 Mid – Semester Examination September 16 – 17, 2017
8. 1, 2 & 3 Face-to-Face September 23 – 24, 2017
9. 1, 2 & 3 SRC National Games September 30, Oct. 1, 2017
10. 1, 2 & 3 Face-to-Face October 7 – 8, 2017
11. 1, 2 & 3 Face-to-Face October 14 – 15, 2017
12. 1, 2 & 3 Face-to-Face/Revision October 28 – 29, 2017
13. 1, 2 & 3 Examination November 11 – 12, 2017
14. 1, 2 & 3 Examination November 18, 2017

 

Fees for the 2016/2017 Academic Year 

(For 1st Year Students in 2016 who are progressing to 2nd Year in 2017)

    1. Fees for Second Year students for the 2016/2017 academic year is One Thousand Nine Hundred Ghana Cedis (GHS 1,900.00). The fees include tuition, examinations, modules, administration and development.Select and strictly adhere to one (1) of the following payment plans.PAYMENT PLAN A (DISCOUNT PACKAGE)
      • Pay a discounted GHS 1,800.00 by 31st March 2017. (i.e. earn a discount of GHS 100.00)

       

      PAYMENT PLAN B (INSTALMENT PACKAGE)

      • 1st Instalment – Pay GHS 1,000.00 by 31st March 2017.
      • 2nd Instalment – Pay GHS 900.00 by 30th September 2017.

       

      (For 2nd Year Students in 2016 who are progressing to 3rd Year in 2017)

      Fees for Third Year students for the 2016/2017 academic year is One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty Ghana Cedis (GHS 1,950.00). The fees include tuition, teaching practice, examinations, modules, administration and development.

      Select and strictly adhere to one (1) of the following payment plans.

      PAYMENT PLAN A (DISCOUNT PACKAGE)

      • Pay a discounted GHS 1,850.00 by 31st March 2017. (i.e. earn a discount of GHS 100.00)

       

      PAYMENT PLAN B (INSTALMENT PACKAGE)

      • 1st Instalment – Pay GHS 1,000.00 by 31st March 2017.
      • 2nd Instalment – Pay GHS 950.00 by 30th September 2017.

       

      The discount applies to Payment Plan A for the 2016/2017 academic year fees only.

      All outstanding fees up to the 2015/2016 academic year must be fully settled by 31st December 2016.

      Pay fees to JACKSON EDUCATIONAL COMPLEX at any of the outfits listed below through their corresponding payment channels only.

      OUTFIT PAYMENT CHANNEL
      Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) QuicPay
      Cal Bank School Fees Collection System
      Ecobank E-Collect / Bank Collect
      GCB Bank Transflow
      HFC Bank Fast Pay
      MTN MTN Mobile Money using the Payment ID ‘JEC StudentNo’

       

      NOTE:

      1. Use your Student Number and Full Registered Name to pay your fees.
      2. You will receive an official JEC receipt in the form of a text message after a successful payment. Ensure that your primary telephone number on the Student Portal is correct and active.
      3. Any mode of payment apart from the above-mentioned will NOT be accepted. Paying fees in cash to supervisors, by bank draft, or directly into the college’s accounts is strictly NOT accepted. The college shall not intervene in any complications arising from the payment of cash to supervisors.
      4. Students are advised to apply for loans from the Student Loan Trust Fund (SLTF). In view of this provision, no one should write to the head office requesting for extension. Any student who cannot meet the deadline for paying fees should defer appropriately.
      5. Students who fail to meet the payment deadlines will NOT be allowed to write examinations.
      6. Fees paid are neither transferable nor refundable.

       

    2. SRC dues for the 2016/2017 academic year is Ten Ghana Cedis (GHS 10.00). Pay this amount in cash to your supervisor/designated SRC executive.

 

  1. To enhance access to our E-Library and the utilization of our Online Student Portal, the College has in stock bespoke JEC tablet computers (10”) for sale to its students at a subsidized price of GHS 900.00. Interested students should place their orders from the Student Portal at the Products and Services menu and make payment as prescribed on the generated invoice.

 

Students Services 

Charges for students services have been reviewed effective 1st July, 2016 as follows:

No. Item GHS
1 Resit Examination 80.00
2 Attestation Letter 40.00
3 English Proficiency Certificate 40.00
4 Academic Transcript 50.00
5 Introductory Letter 20.00
6 Verification of Results 30.00

Note: students who will opt for express service delivery will pay an EXTRA GHS 10.00

 

Bespoke JEC Tablets and Power Banks for Sale

Tablet Specifications

  • Screen size: 10.1 inches
  • Screen resolution: 1280×800 pixels
  • Processor type: quad core
  • Processor speed: 2.0GHz
  • Ram: 4GB
  • Rom: 32GB
  • Camera: 2MP (front), 5MP (rear)
  • Cellular: 2 sim cards
  • External storage: 1 micro SD
  • Operating system: android 4.4.2
  • Built-in 3G/GPS/bluetooth/fm/wifi
  • Available colours: black and white

 

Power Bank Specification

  • Capacity: 3.6V/10400mAh

+ FREE Screen Protector, JEC Branded Case and airtel SIM

The AIRTEL Bundle offer includes:

  • CUG (free talk time amongst students 24/7)
  • 750MB data per month
  • Airtel Money Activation
  • Free Facebook
  • Campus App (student notice board)
  • Attractive Data Offer (double bonus on airtime and data purchases with Airtel money)
  • Hybrid offer (opportunity to top up to make out of bundle service usage at low cost)

Interested persons should pay GHS 900.00 at Sinapi Aba or send money to 024 179 9843 through MTN Mobile Money and call same number to confirm receipt of the payment. Delivery is free!
Limited stock, rush for yours now!!!

Student Portal (MyJEC360)

MyJEC360 is a new online platform for students to access information anytime and anywhere once you are connected to the Internet. You can read all the important notices, print your admission letter, register for semester courses, check school fees arrears, check and print your examination results, register trailed courses for supplementary exams, view and download vital resources such as face-to-face, quiz and examination timetables, assignment questions, academic calendar, learning guide, etc.

 

Platforms for Paying Fees

With the utilization of technology, fees can now be paid stress-free. Aside paying fees through the School Fees Payment System at Cal Bank, Ecobank, GCB Bank or HFC Bank only, college fees and other monies can be paid through MTN Mobile Money. Simply walk into any MTN Service Centre or any branch of Access Bank, ADB, Cal Bank, Ecobank, Fidelity Bank, GT Bank, Stanbic Bank, UBA, Universal Merchant Bank and Zenith Bank, nationwide to pay your fees and get an official MTN Mobile Money receipt.

Click here to download the procedure for Paying Fees via MTN Mobile Money >>>

With the exception of school fees, other monies relating to requests for attestation/introductory letter, transcript, graduation fees, JEC paraphernalia, etc. can be paid either at any branch of Sinapi Aba Savings and Loans or through the MTN Mobile Money, unless otherwise stated.

With all these avenues in place, students who fail to pay their fees in full will not have their semester academic results released to them.

 

Opportunities

With Jackson College of Education, life got even better. You can now access the Student’s Loan Trust Fund (SLTF), enroll for National Service and have the chance to be employed as a professional teacher. You can also be gainfully employed even as you study. The Diploma certificate awarded can also be used to access GES appointments or to do further studies for a degree with other universities.

There are opportunities to earn some token as you promote and market the institution to others. As part of the admission process for the 2015/2016 academic year, students are also given the opportunity to introduce or refer others to the institution to earn a token. Anyone you recommend to apply online must complete an online application survey which demands the information of the person who encouraged them to apply. The applicant must enter your correct full name, telephone number and index number/student number into the survey. This attracts a commission of Five Ghana Cedis (GHS 5.00) per applicant.

 

Student’s Loan Trust Fund

The Student’s Loan Trust Fund (SLTF) has replaced the traditional Teacher Trainee Allowance Scheme that was in place for Teacher Trainees in the regular colleges of education. Luckily for JEC students, the institution has been fully integrated with the Student’s Loan Trust Fund and JEC students have been given equal chances as students from the regular colleges of education to apply for the loan. This stems from the fact that JEC is fully accredited by the National Accreditation Board and runs a Diploma in Basic Education programme which is also fully accredited. This gives our students a rare opportunity over students of many other private institutions.

Loan applications are usually opened in the month of September and end in July of the following year. The loan facility is given each academic year and as such students whose applications are approved at first year can enjoy the facility three times. Students whose loans are granted will not have to apply again the following year but will receive the loan amount each year till they complete the course.

The Student’s Loan Trust Fund will give you two clear years after graduation before you will be required to repay the loan. The JEC SRC presidents are trained to serve as Loan Ambassadors at their respective centres. The SRC presidents as well as Staff Liaison Officers from the Head Office are to guide students to access the Student’s Loan Trust Fund.

For further enquiries on the Student’s Loan Trust Fund, please click here >>>

 

National Service Scheme

Three easy steps on how to enroll on the National Service Scheme at Jackson College of Education

Students of Jackson College of Education have the opportunity to enroll in the National Service Scheme in their Third year (level 300). JEC sends all third year students’ details to the National Service Secretariat every year for onward processing.

 

Steps to Follow

  1. Students are to use their index numbers to fetch their PIN numbers on the NSS website.
  2. Pay a specified amount at selected banks.
  3. And then register at the National Service Secretariat with their payment slips for posting.

Note

  • JEC Students can complete their programme before starting their service after registering at the District to secure their posting.
  • Students already incorporated in Ghana Education Service can still enroll in the National Service Scheme but cannot take the allowance as the Government is already paying them.
  • Students who have not been posted must report at the Regional National Service Secretariat for immediate action to be taken.

All student must take note that posting ends on Monday, 15th September, 2015.

For further enquiries on the National Service Scheme, please click here >>>

 

Student’s Services

Introductory Letter

  • An official letter addressed to the Principal must be written and sent to the head office through the Centre Supervisor.
  • Alternatively, the request can be scanned and send through our e-mail.
  • Response from the head office can also be sent through the e-mail with respect to Introductory letter and Attestation letter, however, reply to English Proficiency and Academic Transcript is sent on behalf of the student.
  • The student must include his/her student Identification number, Learning Centre, phone number and the reason for which the request is being made.
  • The letter must be typed and signed by the student.
  • Payment can be made through MTN Mobile money or at any branch of Sinapi Aba Savings and Loans.
  • This type of letter is given to only continuing students.

 

Academic Transcript

  • An official letter addressed to the Principal must be written and sent to the head office through the Centre Supervisor.
  • Alternatively, the request can be scanned and send through the JEC e-mail. (info@jackson.edu.gh)
  • Response cannot be sent through the e-mail with respect to Academic Transcript because it has a secret seal.
  • The student must include his/her student Identification number, Learning Centre, phone number and the reason for which the request is being made.
  • The letter must be typed and signed by the student.
  • Payment can be made through MTN Mobile money or at any branch of Sinapi Aba Savings and Loans.
  • Both continuing students and graduates of the institution can request for it.

 
Attestation Letter

Attestation follows the same procedure as the introductory letter, however this type of letter is made for only graduates of the college.
 
English Proficiency

English Proficiency follows the same procedure as the introductory letter and attestation, however reply to English Proficiency request is sent on behalf of the student. This type of letter is made for only graduates of the college.

 

 

TYPE OF SERVICE

 

SERVICE CHARGE REQUIREMENTS
Introductory Letter GHS 20.00 Request letter with Student’s Name, Student Number, Index Number, Centre, Telephone Number and the reason for which the request is being made. Given to only continuing students. (Introductory letters are given only to students whose results have been confirmed)
Letter of Attestation GHS 40.00 Request letter with Student’s Name, Student Number, Index Number, Centre, Telephone Number and the reason for which the request is being made. Attestation letters are given only to students who have successfully completed the programme.
Academic Transcript GHS 50.00 + Postage Fee ** Request letter with Student’s Name, Student Number, Index Number, Centre, Telephone Number and the reason for which the request is being made. Academic transcripts are given to both completed and continuing students.
English Proficiency Certificate GHS 40.00 + Postage Fee ** Request letter with Student’s Name, Student Number, Index Number, Centre, Telephone Number and the reason for which the request is being made. English Proficiency Certificates are given only to students who have successfully completed the programme.
Transfer of Centre  

 

Request letter with Student’s Name, Student Number, Index Number, Current Centre and New (Target) Centre, Telephone Number.
Deferment of Course  

 

Request letter with Student’s Name, Student Number, Index Number, Academic Year to defer, Telephone Number.
Resumption of Course  

 

Request letter with Student’s Name, Student Number, Index Number, Academic year to resume, Telephone number.

** Postage fees are determined based on the postage destinations

 

Important Dates to Note

College reopens on Saturday, 29th July, 2017. Resit Examination for the 1st semester of the 2016/2017 academic year comes off 19th and 20th August, 2017. Mid-Semester Examination for the 2nd semester of 2016/2017 academic year is slated for Saturday, 16st and Sunday, 17th September 2017. Keep these dates at your fingertips so you do not miss out on any of them.

Contact Us

You may email, telephone or arrange an appointment with us.

4 Jackson Street, Ayeduase New Site, Kumasi, Ghana.

+233 (0)54 010 4949, +233 (0)26 816 2362

info@jackson.edu.gh