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Undecided on spring semester? Check out our 2020 Winter Session schedule. One class, four weeks, all online.

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Areas of Study

Located in Overland Park, Kansas, Johnson County Community College offers a wide variety of programs. You can earn associate degrees, obtain certificates, earn credits to transfer to four-year universities, or participate in continuing education programs at JCCC. Credit programs provide associate degrees, certificates, and courses for college credit. Continuing education courses are usually short-term classes that offer certifications, but no college credit.

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You can pursue areas of study in a long list of industries and professions. From business to art to cosmetology, there’s something for everyone at JCCC. We are an accredited community college and hire highly qualified professors and instructors for every class. In addition, JCCC offers career development, academic counseling, tutoring and other tools and resources to help you succeed. JCCC is focused on affordable tuition. That’s why we offer financial aid in the form of grants, loans, and scholarships for various degree programs.

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250+ Transfer Options

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