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There are 22 buildings on the JCCC campus. The newest is the Hospitality and Culinary Academy, which opened for classes in fall 2013. The Carlsen Center houses Yardley Hall, Polsky Theatre, the Bodker Black Box Theatre for academic productions, and a recital hall. The Regnier Center houses credit and noncredit classes as well as the college’s Continuing Education branch, while the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art has galleries devoted to regional, national and international contemporary art.
Johnson County Community College is a public institution in Overland Park, Kansas. Its campus is located in a city, with a total enrollment of 19,672. The school utilizes a semester-based academic calendar. The student-faculty ratio is 21-to-1. The highest degree offered at Johnson County Community College is an associate degree. The school has an open admissions policy and offers credit for life experiences.
Students can earn degrees and certificates in 19 different fields. Popular programs include: Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities, Health Professions and Related Programs, and Transportation and Materials Moving.
JCCC does not interview, conduct background checks, or endorse specific housing options or apartment locator service posted on this site. Individuals choosing to enter a housing situation do so on their own accord. This information is posted as a courtesy for JCCC students and community members.
If you are an international or immigrant student needing housing, you may refer to the housing and homestay program that is coordinated through our International and Immigrant Student Services Office, including rooms and places for rent. There are many opportunities for you to live in a home with many amenities and opportunities to live with families welcoming students to their home.