Why Choose Johnston Community College?
We're glad you've chosen to start your pathway to success at JCC. Whether you are
pursuing an associate degree, taking courses to transfer to a four-year institution,
or upgrading your job skills, JCC's dedicated faculty and staff are committed to helping
you achieve success. JCC offers an exciting, yet challenging learning environment
that will prepare you for careers of the future. We offer three university transfer
degrees, more than 30 career and technical programs of study as well as community
development courses, customized and workforce training programs, and basic education
classes. We serve approximately 13,000 students each year in our educational programs.
We always strive for excellence in all we do here at JCC. With an open-door admissions policy, JCC is ready, willing, and able to help you achieve your educational dreams. Our affordable tuition, small class sizes and excellent faculty and staff, contribute to the best value in higher education today.
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Due to changes in state regulations for distance learning, Johnston Community College is only able to accept applications for admission to distance learning courses and programs from students residing in states in which JCC has authorization.
If you wish to enroll in one of our online offerings and are located in a state other than North Carolina, please inquire before enrolling. JCC must secure authorization from a student's state of location before allowing the student to enroll in online courses. The college is unable to enroll students in an online course from a state for which it does not have authorization. You may direct inquiries to the Admissions Coordinator at 919-209-2501.
Visit the college's State Authorization for Distance Education page.
The college's Annual Security Report is available online. This federally mandated report includes a summary of the college's security policy statements and campus crime statistics for the previous three years, reporting responsibilities, campus safety and crime prevention programs, sexual harassment and sexual violence prevention programs, emergency notification systems and processes, and other safety information.