Our Faculty and Staff

If you would like a college experience where you can learn from motivated, dedicated faculty, consider JCCC.


Johnson County Community College’s forward-thinking faculty will help you attain real-world, marketable skills. Most of the faculty have master’s degrees; many have or are earning doctorates, and all bring real-word experience in what they are teaching to the classroom to ensure their curriculum is relevant and up to date. They’ve been recognized, awarded and cited for bringing excellence, passion and experience to every student interaction.

81 percent of JCCC's teaching faculty have advanced degrees: 21% doctoral degree; 15 percent master's degree plus additional; 45 percent master's degree

Personalized Approach

Our faculty knows faces. They understand the value of personalized attention and strive to help you meet your educational goals, whether you are earning an associate’s degree, gaining credits to transfer to a 4-year school, or completing a certificate required to advance your career. With an average class size of 25-30, access to up-to-date technology and resources, and active learning classrooms, JCCC faculty focus on your success.

Student to faculty ration is 17 to 1

Choose JCCC

If you would like a college experience where you can learn from motivated, dedicated faculty, consider JCCC. Complete an application. Review our courses. Schedule a visit. Explore your options. Your tomorrow may start here, at Johnson County Community College.

         

What our faculty say