Credit Admission Policy 310.01
Series: 300 Students
Any person seeking regular admission to Johnson County Community College credit courses must satisfy one of the following requirements: be a high school graduate; be a concurrently enrolled high school student who meets the Kansas Board of Regents eligibility requirements; have passed the GED exam; or have reached the age of 18.
Application for Regular Admission to Credit Courses
All students enrolling in credit courses at JCCC are required to complete an application for admission. As part of the application process, the submission of additional documents (i.e. transcripts) may be required depending on the admission status of the student. The Office of Admissions shall be responsible for maintaining procedures and documents regarding credit admission to the College.
Selective Admission Programs
Admission to the College does not guarantee enrollment in any specific course or program. Courses or programs may have size limitations, prerequisite/co-requisite requirements or other rules regulating enrollment. Additionally, Selective Admissions Programs, as approved by the Board of Trustees, have a limited number of openings each year and have specific entry level admission requirements that must be met prior to selection for admission to the program. Programs with selective admission criteria will be listed in the Catalog of Courses. The Office of Admission will provide selection criteria for each program upon request.
College Credit Admission for High School Students
Currently-enrolled high school students may be eligible to participate in Credit Programs for Students While Attending High School offered by the College. The credit classes may be offered at a College location or at the participating high school.
Exceptions to Admission
The College reserves the right to deny admission, readmission or enrollment, temporarily or permanently, to any individual who has violated the Student Code of Conduct, 319.01 and is currently suspended or expelled from the College, who is not making academic progress as defined in the Academic Standing Policy – 314.06, or when the College is unable to provide the services, courses or programs needed to assist a student to meet their educational objectives.
Revised: 06/16/1994, 05/16/1996, 10/20/2005, 03/13/2014