Do not jump start it like a car. Remove the battery and test it, if it test ok, put it on a trickle charger. Does it have acid? If so, dump the battery and go out and buy a new AGM technology battery. The acid is absorbed by the plates so you don't have the worry about it getting on the R/R or damaging any of the electronics. Plus it holds a charge much longer. It's probably one of the best things you can do for your bike. I have a '93 and put one in mine and it made a world of difference.
Read through the verses pages on this site, there is a wealth of information on how to get your bike in tip top shape and keep it that way.
You should check out the spline lub threads, if it hasn't been done on your bike that should be your next maintenance job. Takes about 2 hours more or less and is fairly easy to do.
Absorb all you can from the course and enjoy the new-to-you ride. I did what you are doing a year ago this month and since then have logged over 5,000 miles on my Vulcan and my Harley. You're gonna love it!
Oh yeah, we have only 4 of these very nifty radiator Grill Covers left. See the portal page for ordering info and a picture. Once these are gone there will be no more! (Had to get a plug in for them.)
The Flag on my bike honors those who serve our Country and those who have served!