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Jefferson College Hillsboro

Set majestically among 400 acres of sprawling oak trees and rolling hills, Jefferson College is located in Hillsboro, Missouri. The main campus features 10 buildings that each offer a unique experience ranging from classrooms to an Olympic-sized pool. Building floor plans are provided to ensure you reach your destination with ease.

The Library-Administration Building

The original 1966 two-story Library Building reopened in March 2018 after a complete renovation. The new Library space has a collection of over 75,000 items, 75 student PCS, individual and group study spaces, abundant natural and LED lighting, expert assistance with research, and houses the Center for Teaching and Learning. The main entrances for the Library are on the northeast and west sides of the building. The entrance to the renovated and expanded is located on the southeast side of the Library Building. The Administration side has offices for the President, Institutional Advancement, Public Relations and Marketing, Human Resources, and the Business Office. Building Floor Plans: Administrative

Career & Technical Education (CTE) Building

The sprawling Career & Technical Education Building contains 75,246 square feet of classrooms, offices, and laboratories. Equipment representing the latest advancements in technology is available to students. 
CTE Building Floor Plan.

Field House

The Field House provides a variety of activities for students, faculty, and staff. The fitness center was recently renovated and features a variety of new equipment. It is equipped with Matrix machines, treadmills, rowing machines, elliptical and stationary bikes. The center is also equipped with televisions for viewing. There is an abundance of free weights for those wishing to strength train. Patrons must be 16 years of age or older to use the Fitness Center. The indoor track allows you to walk/run with the convenience of being inside. In addition, the Field House has a wheel chair lift system. The system is available inside one of the stairwells and will allow a wheelchair to access the upper level.Field House Floor Plan.

Fine Arts Building

Music, theatre, and art find their home in the Fine Arts Building. The building hosts many cultural events throughout the year including ethnic festivals, concerts, musicals, and plays. The Fine Arts Building is also home to many art exhibits
Fine Arts Building Floor Plan.

Technology Center

The Technology Center offers the Academic Success Center which includes the Math Lab, Writing Lab, IT Lab, Science Lab, and Tutoring Services on the first floor. The Disability Support Services office is also on the first floor. The Technology Center also offers student lounges.
Technology Center Floor Plan.

Arts and Science I (ASI) Building

The majority of liberal arts classes are held in the Arts and Sciences I Building. Comfortable, well-lighted classrooms and fully-equipped science and language laboratories are located there as well as a student lounge. Lecture halls accommodate larger groups, and the intimate Little Theatre is often used for studio theatre productions, musical programs, films, and lectures. ASI Building Floor Plan.

Arts and Science II (ASII) Building
Arts and Sciences II includes the Instructional Support Center, a microcomputer laboratory, a greenhouse, JCTV studios, general purpose classrooms, faculty offices, and a student lounge. ASII Building Floor Plan.

Student Center

When students attend classes, their second home is the Student Center. From registration to Commencement, Student Services provides educational information and guidance on everything from financial aid to career choices. The main floor is the “one stop shop” for student needs. The Cafeteria provides great food and refreshments, a giant screen TV, wireless Internet, and plenty of room for socializing. The Cafeteria is located on Level I with the Viking Room and the College Bookstore. The top floor of the building is occupied by Student Development and Project SUCCESS. Student Senate also has an office on the top floor. Student Center Floor Plan.

Area Technical School (ATS)

Many of the high school students enrolled in the Area Technical School at the College attend classes in the Area Technical School Building. The Area Technical School Building, completed in the summer of 1999, consists of 32,709 square feet on two levels and includes classrooms, laboratories, and offices for several technical programs available to area high school students enrolled through 11 public high schools in Jefferson College’s service area. ATS Floor Plan.