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Jackson College 傑克遜社區學院 (密芝根州 MI)

Features

Established in 1928, Jackson Community College (JCC) is a two-year college located in Jackson County, Michigan. JCC has its main campus in Central campus in the Summit Township.

In 2014, Jackson College joined American Honors program, it is a competitive community college honors program that provides students with the tools and one-on-one support to succeed in academics. American Honors program help students emerge as independent thinkers and continuing on to top-tier four-year colleges and universities across the country.

American Honors program

Students spend their first two years at Jackson College to earn top-tier education at a fraction of the cost,    when compared to the cost of attending a four-year institution right away. 

American honors advisor will help students make better decisions every step of the way, the advisor will work with students to determine the specific transfer requirements of the schools of their choices, so students will be able to take only the most transferable credits during their time at Jackson college.

The Basics
Setting Great Lakes Rural area, on fringe of an urban area
School Type Public 2-Year Community College
Tuition Total around HK$200,000 (including room) for American Honors Program
Housing Residence Hall (on-campus)
Current Weather http://www.theweathernetwork.com/weather/united-states/michigan/jackson
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jackson-College/30202486435
Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjuESTL_T8I
Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackson_College
School Website http://www.jccmi.edu/info/buildings.htm
General Information
State Michigan (MI)
Location Jackson County
Nearest City Ann Arbor
Year Founded 1928
Academic Calendar Semester - August and January
Level Offered Associate degree & 2-year University Transfer Program
Enrollment 3,600 full time students
International 1~2%
Student-to-Teacher ~25:1
ESL Intensive ESL

Major Courses (Associate Degree or University Transfer Program):

Accounting , Arts & Humanities, Business, Communication & Media, Culinary Arts & Food Service, Natural Sciences, Biology, Chemistry, Communications, Computer Information Systems, Geology & Geography,

History, Mathematics & Engineering, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Visual, Performing, & Applied Arts, World Languages.

Learning Environment

In general, the professors are open and flexible, they allow students to email them for help, or they would refer students to a tutor. Some professors take time to answer students’ questions in class. Average class size is around 25 which is perfect for international students who just arrive US, students learn best in smaller classes.

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