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Johnson County Community College

Overland Park, KS

12345 College Blvd, Overland Park, KS 66210

http://www.jccc.edu

Johnson County Community College is a two-year community college and trade school located in Overland Park, KS. It has available to all admissions, as 100% of applicants are accepted. It has a midsized student body with full-time enrollment of 5,502 undergrads. 39% of graduates get an Associate's in Liberal Arts and Humanities. Additional preferred selections include Ground Transportation, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic), and Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration, but there are 54 distinct majors to choose from. If you would like to get a degree in cosmetology but don't have the best resume, Johnson County is the perfect school for you, because its cosmetology program ranks 5th best in the country. What's more, Johnson County is the best mid-sized college in KS. At sticker price, tuition costs $3,135 a year for those of you located in Kansas. Otherwise, tuition can cost up to $6,270. That being said, 64% of Johnson County undergraduates get some grant or scholarship funding. 32% of Johnson County Community College undergraduates conclude their schooling with a degree, geared up to enter the subsequent act in their lives: full-time employment. Two years after graduation, graduates make a median annual salary of $29,900. After four additional years in the job market, the alumni's median yearly income climbs 22.4% to $36,600; however, that is still 8.7% shy of the national median income for individuals. Some of you might want to know that it doesn't offer early decision. What's more, Johnson County offers a teacher certification program, and the student-faculty ratio is 20:1. With respect to your checkbook, be aware that the average amount of federal grant aid awarded is $4,537 and the average aid awarded to Johnson County's undergraduates is $3,788. For athletics, Johnson County received a 9.46 and our research team rated Johnson County a 9.21 out of 10 for the quality of its campus. In closing, the average Johnson County student graduates with $4,025 per year of debt and 13% of alumni miss payments on their student loans.

Ratings

9.79

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Admissions

100%

Acceptance

SAT Score

-

ACT Score

-

Cost

Net Price:

$12,333/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$3,988/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

65%

Academics


20:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

31%

Evening Degree Programs

Yes

Student Faculty Ratio

20:1

Majors

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Graduates by Major


Liberal Arts and Humanities

1207

Nursing Assistant

521

Ground Transportation

207

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)

109

Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration

85

Nursing

64

Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)

47

Web Page and Digital Design

36

Value

In State Tuition
$3,300/year
Out of State Tuition
$6,600/year