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May 26, 2021

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Beginning June 1, 2021, Johnson County Community College will return to normal campus operations, including in-person activities and events, at all locations. Additionally, on this date we will adopt the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance regarding face coverings and social distancing. Masks will not be required on campus.

JCCC will offer an increased number of face-to-face classes for summer and fall to accommodate more students who prefer a traditional classroom setting. In addition to face-to-face classes, we will continue to offer online, online hybrid and hybrid course options (see Course Delivery Methods).

“We have come a long way over the course of the past year. The College has been gradually taking steps in anticipation of the updated guidance from the CDC, and we feel confident in the measures we have put in place and actions taken to date,” said Chris Gray, Vice President, Strategic Communications & Marketing. “We look forward to seeing and hearing the vibrancy of life back on campus from our students, community members and employees.”

The knowledge learned over the last year has informed many safety measures at the College, including enhanced cleaning protocols, heightened air filtration systems, temperature-check stations throughout campus to support daily wellness checks, and vaccination opportunities for employees and students.

JCCC will continue to monitor COVID-19 conditions and encourage proper health and safety practices. As we prepare for future semesters, on-campus vaccination opportunities are being finalized for our students.

Enrollment for Summer and Fall 2021 is officially open for students to explore their educational goals at Johnson County Community College. Learn more and enroll today.