All Summer and Fall classes will be held online, and all admissions and student support services are available remotely. Visit the Virtual Student Resource Center to access the assistance that you need.


I took a training and became a nurse. After that, I worked for three years and eventually got married. When life happened and I got fired from my job, my husband encouraged me to go back to school; and I was worried about doing it, but I ended up enrolling myself at Community College of Philadelphia. I took some classes in Culture, Science and Technology—those classes are considered to be the prerequisite for the bachelor degree program in Nursing. I’m about to finish in May, and then I will start at Jefferson in September!

Editor's Update: Fifonsi graduated from the College in May 2017 and is now in Thomas Jefferson University's Nursing program after receiving a scholarship to attend.