The Main campus is located at 36401 Tripp Flats Road encompassing a spacious 92639 square feet on 888 acres of land. It is between Hemet, Palm Springs and 30 miles from the city of Temecula. The facilities include classrooms, practice rooms, libraries, and a 7000 square foot gymnasium. The nearby San Bernardino National Forest gives the campus a picturesque scene with surrounding mountains.
The nearby interstate highway system makes this campus easily accessible to California and the Bay Area residents. Our campus' convenient location provides JCM students with easy access to restaurants, museums, shopping malls, public transportation port facilities, apartment complexes, and the San Francisco Giants' baseball stadium.
Different sized rooms can accommodate a variety of small and intimate to larger lecture type classes. Each room has wireless internet, Ethernet connection, and is capable of presenting an array of multimedia formats. All equipment can be accessed or loaned to faculty, staff, and students.
JCM students hold priority for reserving practice rooms in a dedicated music center building.These rooms are equipped with upright pianos and benches. Rules for practice room use are posted in both of these locations, as well as contact information for any questions.
The computer facilities support an array of digital options on both Macs and PCs. All computers are upgraded with the latest digital imaging software and connected to high-speed internet. Wireless internet access is supported throughout campus, allowing maximum mobility to suit a designer on the go. Equipment and wireless internet access is available through the Help Desk for all students, faculty, and staff.
In the main administration building, students can find spacious work areas and partitioned stations for private studying or research. Students may also reserve the "Think Tank" conference rooms for group projects, presentations, or special meetings.
The multimedia facilities enable students to work with high definition video cameras then edit or composite using a selection of Adobe, Apple, and Sony programs. The lab is open for video graphics and multimedia projects. Students may inquire about camera rentals and lab use through the Help Desk.
Jubilee College of Music and Olivet University provide both onsite and online libraries offering over 7 million searchable resources in its database. Within the onsite Ralph D. Winter library, students can find 20,000 volumes of design, art history, theology, advertising, digital graphics, illustration, literature, periodicals, and documentaries.
Popular magazine subscriptions are also available. All library computers are setup with high-speed wireless internet or Ethernet connection.
For additional resources, the nearby downtown San Francisco public library is only one subway stop away from campus.
The E-Library contains 40,000 volumes of books and 7 million periodicals, all of which can be read and searched from the JCM E-library website. Online print magazine subscriptions and image references are also available. The E-library is an invaluable resource for online students whom can access materials from any internet connection.
The 7000 square foot gymnasium is open to students for various athletics activities such as basketball, badminton, or others. It is also equipped with wireless internet, lighting, 200 inch screens and portable stage for any occasion. It can be used for lectures, special events, guest speakers, concerts, student gallery shows, film screenings, or broadcast production.