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May 18, 2020

Enroll today in flexible online classes – save time and money

Get a jump on your education goals by earning credits that count. Set your sights on summer classes at Johnson County Community College. We’re offering online courses in just about every field of study.

On the fence about your summer plans? Here’s why you should enroll in online summer classes at JCCC:

  • Work ahead: Whether you’re a recent high school graduate or a seasoned college student maximizing your summer break, you can get ahead—and stay ahead—as you work toward your degree or certificate.
  • Experience increased flexibility: Spend your summer being productive and having fun. Online classes allow you to maximize your time and create a schedule that works for you.
  • Enjoy cost-effective options: We know students have many financial obligations. That’s why we strive to keep tuition competitive. Taking summer classes lets you earn credits without breaking the bank.

Shout outs for summer session

Here’s what Cavaliers have to say about online classes at JCCC:

“The initial online learning for me went better than I had anticipated. My professors made it easy by presenting material in a clear and organized way, and by being accessible through email or Zoom if I had questions.” – Emily A.

“I took an online class my junior year summer so I could get a feel for college and get a few credits. It was easy to manage my schedule around it, and I really learned a lot.” – Noah H.

Sessions that fit your summer plans

You don’t have to be tied to the classroom to take online summer classes. Pencil these key  dates into your calendar now:

  • June 8 – July 30
    Eight-week session
  • June 8 – July 2
    Four-week session
  • July 6 – July 30
    Four-week session

Flash forward to fall!

An expanded course offering, student resources tailored for these interesting times, and knowledgeable and experienced faculty are waiting for you this fall.

Explore the class schedule. Open enrollment begins June 17 at 9 p.m. on the web.

Need a little advice about what classes would be best for you? Call 913-469-3809 to schedule a counseling appointment. Visit the Academic Counseling page for appointment options.