Facts About JCCC


Mission & Vision

Mission
JCCC inspires learning to transform lives and strengthen communities.

Vision
JCCC will be a national leader through educational excellence and innovation.

Fast Facts

These facts and figures provide a summary of JCCC's credit students:

Fall 2015 Enrollment

Credit Enrollment

19,091

Full-time Equivalent (FTE)

10,523

Full-time

32%

Part-time

68%

Median Age

20

Average Age

25

Fall 2015 Student Population

A chart of the JCCC Fall 2013 Student Population broken down by number continuing, number first-time at college, etc.

Student Educational Objectives

Transfer

 

41%

Job Related

 

37%

Personal

 

10%

Review Basic Skills

 

<1%

Other

 

11%

Fall 2015 Ethnicity

Caucasian

69%

Hispanic

8%

African-American

6%

Asian

4%

Two or more races

3%

American Indian, Alaskan Native

1%

Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander

<1%

Unknown

6%

Non Resident Alien

3%

 

Fall 2015 Tuition and Fees by Student Residence

Johnson County

77%

$91 per cr hr

Other Kansas Counties

16%

$106 per cr hr

Out-of-state

7%

$214 per cr hr

 

Programs

50 programs of study with nearly 150 degree and certificate options

Ten selective admission programs

Ten cooperative programs with the Metropolitan Community College District for Johnson County Residents

Fourteen cooperative programs with Johnson County Community College for Missouri Residents

2014 Career Program Completers

A chart of JCCC 2012 Career Program Completers broken down by percentage employed full-time, percentage employed part-time, etc.

The average hourly wage reported by 2014 career program completers working in a related job was $19.34.

2014-2015 Degrees & Certificates Awarded

A chart of 2012-2013 Degrees and Certificates Awarded

Fall 2015 Faculty/Staff

Full-time   

   Part-time

Faculty

320   

   555

Staff

606   

   869

 

Board of Trustees

Jerry Cook
Gerald Lee Cross Jr.
Bob Drummond
Nancy Ingram
David Lindstrom
Greg Musil
Stephanie Sharp

Administration

President
Dr. Joseph M. Sopcich

Executive Vice President, Instruction and Operations
Dr. Judy Korb

Executive Vice President, Finance and Administrative Services
Dr. Barbara Larson

Vice President for Academic Affairs/CAO
Andy Anderson

Vice President Student Success/Engagement
Dr. Randy Weber

Vice President Information Services/CIO
Tom Pagano

Workforce, Community and Economic Development

With all of its noncredit workforce training and personal enrichment programs combined, JCCC has nearly 23,0001 enrollments each year in more than 4,600 certification, recertification and relicensure workshops, seminars, independent study, computer and information technology classes, and contract training events. More than 3,800 employees of 85 area companies take advantage of contract training courses specifically tailored for them and presented at the college or on site at the workplace.

1Enrollment figure is a duplicated headcount.

Campus

There are 22 buildings on the JCCC campus. The newest is the Hospitality and Culinary Academy, which opened for classes in fall 2013. The Carlsen Center houses Yardley Hall, Polsky Theatre, the Bodker Black Box Theatre for academic productions, and a recital hall. The Regnier Center houses credit and noncredit classes as well as the college’s Continuing Education branch, while the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art has galleries devoted to regional, national and international contemporary art.