Johnson County Community College is a public, 2-year institution located in Overland Park, Kansas. Academics at Johnson County feature a wide variety of course delivery methods, including self-paced, face-to-face, online, hybrid, internships, and multimedia. Students can also enroll in Learning Communities, which combine two or more courses with the same peers and faculty to promote interdisciplinary learning and deeper relationships. The campus is home to a number of notable facilities, such as the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art and the Billington Library.
The campus is easy to navigate and figure out where you need to go. The teachers respond to your questions honestly and make you feel important. I chose to go back to Johnson County to finish my Associates degree instead of to another school when I came back to school after 3 years.
Victoria from Olathe, KS
The professors at JCCC are outstanding, especially in the Mathematics and Science departments. Each professor I've come into contact with has taken an interest in my personal journey as well as other students in the classroom, and has gone above and beyond to help each succeed. I am a huge advocate for JCCC, and make sure to let prospective students know what great experiences I have had since attending.