CAMPUS SPOTLIGHT: Johnson County Community College
Johnson County Community College, founded in 1969, has over 50 degrees and academic programs and serves just under 21,000 students per semester. JCCC serves the residents of Johnson County, Kansas through many academic and community based programs.*
“As a cultural center, JCCC also contributes to the prosperity of the community. The visual and performing arts offered on the JCCC campus are inspirational and educational. And, as if that weren’t enough, a strong arts community attracts both the business and industry an area needs and the skilled workforce upon which those businesses depend,” says President Calaway in his “President’s Welcome” to website visitors.
“Dr. Calaway has a simple but direct philosophy: The community college is the heart of the community and the engine of workforce development.”**
The Democracy Commitment is honored to have such a strong institution join our team. Welcome JCCC!