JLC students are University of the Ozarks students who have a diagnosed learning disability, AD/HD , or ASD and are also able to pursue challenging college coursework in a uniquely supportive environment. Each application for admission to Ozarks and to JLC is reviewed individually. We recognize the value of individual strengths and acknowledge that these strengths are not always captured in a single test score or in a student’s college or high school grade point average.
Cost & Aid
We know college is a huge financial decision and it’s one you should take seriously. College is an investment in how you want to live the rest of your life. It impacts your professional choices, your future income, and your personal life.
Ozarks can provide the foundation for a meaningful life at an affordable price. We work with each student to find a way to make it work.
Discover how the cost of attendance can get substantially lower when Ozarks helps you with making college affordable. We can also help you know the jargon, so you can better navigate the world of financial aid. And, you may qualify for tax deductions for JLC fees.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO
The Jones Learning Center (JLC) honored its outstanding student tutors for the 2016-17 academic year during a special ceremony on May 3.
The University family mourned the passing Friday morning of beloved friend and colleague Debbie Williams, an academic support coordinator in the Jones Learning Center.
Julia Frost, director of the University of the Ozarks' Jones Learning Center, will make several presentations at the 2017 Learning Disabilities Association of America's (LDAA) international conference in Baltimore, scheduled for Feb. 16-19.