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We are Johnson County Community College

Established in 1969, JCCC has a strong reputation for educational excellence and student success. We believe learning transforms lives and strengthens communities and we pursue that mission in all we do.

"JCCC is a college to get excited about," says JCCC student, Kendra Wendte

Transforming lives

We help students on the path toward tomorrow with undergraduate credit courses in more than 50 one- and two-year career degree and certificate programs. We have transfer agreements with more than 100 regional colleges and universities. Our students can start — or supplement — their college experience at JCCC and complete it at another institution without loss of time or credit.

And pursuing tomorrow doesn’t end at graduation. Our Continuing Education division offers courses and certificate programs that equip today’s workforce for tomorrow’s challenges, as well as life and leisure programs that encourage life-long learning.

Strengthening our community

JCCC brings the best in arts and culture to Johnson County. Our Carlsen Center presents one of the largest multidisciplinary performing arts series in the region. And our Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art is a major cultural center and the only museum in Kansas dedicated to contemporary art.

What's your goal?

At JCCC, every tomorrow is an opportunity. Start your tomorrow today.

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