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John A Logan College Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

7,431 students

100% admitted

  • 2,295 full time
  • 5,136 part time
  • 1,075 men full time
  • 1,220 women full time
  • open enrollment

6,483 Undergraduates

$8,340 tuition/year

  • 948 Non-Degree
  • $8,340 out of state
  • N/A fees
  • N/A room & board
  • $1,381 books
  • (Based on stats from 2012/2013)

At a Glance

Institution Type: Public
Campus Setting: Great Lakes Small suburb
Highest Degree Offered: Associate's degree
Level of Institution: At least 2 but less than 4 years
Calendar: Semester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Lindsey from Makanda, IL
  • 0
  • I love John A. Logan for its small class rooms size, close to home, and it's affordability. Small classes make it more personal and a better learning environment. Not growing…

  • Mar-19-2012 Read More
  • Amy from Dowell, IL
  • 0
  • Teachers treat you like a person, not a number. It is easy to get math help from a teacher or a tutor. Overall, people are nice and tell you where…

  • Mar-28-2012 Read More
  • Volunteers
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  • john a logan college is very well maintained and set up. the professors know their material and they attempt to keep the school environment clean and professional. this…

  • Feb-04-2012 Read More

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 5
  • Joshua from Murphysboro, IL
  • Jan-03-2012 I am a current student here

    John A Logan College has a combination of a campus full of trees, grass, and water fountains, and decent student services such as a tasty cafeteria and helpful staff. Overall, a good learning environment.

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  • 3
  • Ashley from Makanda, IL
  • Aug-12-2011 I am a current student here

    John A. Logan has a diverse student population and offers various extra-curricular activities and cultural experiences to students who may be interested. However, there are certain aspects of John A. Logan that are reminiscent of the high school environment: most classes do not allow food, beverages, or portable electronics. Also, failure to attend classes may result in being dropped from the course and/or repaying financial aid. To many instructors, late is the same as absent.

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