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Johnson County Community College Rankings
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Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.113 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.90 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.90 responses
Most Popular Majors
Liberal Arts and Humanities1,139 Graduates
Nursing Assistant486 Graduates
Railroad and Railway Transportation152 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)149 Graduates
Health Aides and Attendants61 Graduates
Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration46 Graduates
Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications42 Graduates
Business Administration and Management39 Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
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Johnson County Community College Reviews
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You can get your basic courses out of the way here before transferring to a four-year school, or take a certificate course and get out into the job field even more quickly! There is a wealth of interesting electives, great professors, and plenty of fun clubs and campus activities. The student center offers lots of different food choices, from Chik-fil-a to a salad bar to the "C-store" next to the bookstore, which is a nice little convenience store, offering snacks, energy drinks, ice cream bars, greeting cards and more. The price is great, at close to $100 per credit hour for residents, and attending JCCC is overall a very smart decision.
Sometimes it's easy to say a Community College couldn't compare to a University. Being someone who has attended both I can agree. But, not because you leave with a lack of knowledge you could've gotten else where. In my opinion if I could've done everything all over again I would have attended a Juco after graduating high school. Not only do you get to save a ton of money while attending a great institution. There are far less distractions at a Juco for the most part. At the University I attended I focused to much on fun and enjoying the moment than the real reason I spend $30,000 to attend there. It was very easy to lose track of the educational reasons of attending a 4-year university. At JCCC I can focus heavily on my education while I get the perfect balance of a social life! Johnson County Community College saved my education.
What I like about Johnson County Community College that they put in a lot of effort into making sure their students succeed by providing a variety of resources. The Writing resource center they have helped me make my essays for composition and psychology classes better. Something that helped me when I was taking calculus my freshman year was the math resource center, they are very interactive and willing to help. Since the college does not have a ridiculously huge campus, making friends is not very hard.The college is an excellent place to finish prerequisite classes that are not only affordable and significantly cheaper than 4 year universities but the classes are transferrable to a variety of in-state and out of state universities. That is why my experience has been so great up to this point with the college. I will also be attending the college to take two summer courses and finish my prerequisites in the fall 2017 semester.