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Whether you plan to move on to a four-year school or step right into a career, you will need to meet the following requirements to be eligible for admission.

High school graduates, or those over the age of 18

To be eligible for admission to Johnson County Community College, you should meet one of the following requirements:

  • Be a graduate of an accredited high school or a recipient of a general educational development (GED) diploma

OR

  • Be 18 years of age or older and
    • not be a graduate of a state-accredited high school and
    • have been determined by JCCC, after evaluating your educational credentials, to be able to benefit from the courses in which you wish to enroll.

Still in high school

Enroll as a high school concurrent credit student. See Early College (high school concurrent enrollment) eligibility for more information.

Left high school prior to graduation

To be eligible for admission to Johnson County Community College, you should meet this requirement:

  • Be 16 to 18 years of age, dropped out of high school and
    • submit documentation from the high school you should be attending stating that you have been released from attendance and
    • have been determined by JCCC, after evaluating your educational credentials, to be able to benefit from the courses in which you wish to enroll.