12345 College Blvd, Overland Park, KS 66210
Overland Park, KS 66210
Accrediting Agency:North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
Johnson County Community College is a two-year, public school established in 1967 as the first college recommended by the Kansas Community Junior College Act of 1965. With more than 21,020 students, the community college is the largest institution of higher education in Kansas.
Johnson County Community College offers degrees in agriculture, food and natural resources, hospitality and tourism, architecture and construction, humanities and social sciences, arts, and more. Degrees and certificates are available in several concentrations, including floriculture, horticultural sciences, hospitality management, architecture, solar technology, humanities, animation, cosmetology, fire science, marketing, dental hygiene, economics, and nursing. Online degrees are available in accounting, business administration, entrepreneurship, administration of justice, fire service administration, liberal arts, and marketing and management. The community college also offers certificate programs online in bookkeeping, nursing, database, web applications, and several other areas.
Johnson County Community College has been accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools since 1975.
Johnson County Community College requires students to complete an online application for admission. Once accepted, students must attend a student orientation explaining entrance assessments, course scheduling, and tuition and financial services. New students must complete a placement test and meet with a counselor to discuss class enrollment. Students are accepted to Johnson County Community College on a rolling deadline.