We’re proud to say that in 2015, we welcomed our largest incoming freshman class in history. Since 2005, thanks to you, we’ve raised an incredible $3.5 million, helping to ensure a workforce that contributes to the long-term growth of our communities.
The depth and breadth of Johnson College’s progress toward new and innovative ways of learning, educating and working are some things you don’t find at every school. Through our industry-focused divisions of study, students get a hands on learning experience unlike that of other colleges. Plus, our fully accredited programs ensure the education and training needed to develop skilled professionals.
Due to the commitment and generosity of our alumni, friends and industry partners, we are able to offer the newest educational advancements to our students. Big or small, your gift to Johnson College allows us to undertake critical new initiatives and make a real difference.
If every graduate since 2010 gave just $20, that would add up to more than $23,000! We are grateful to each member of our close-knit family who sees the possibilities and are inspired to take action.
As part of the Johnson College family, our community understands the importance of preparing our graduates for the future. That’s why the connections between alumni, current students and local businesses are so important to our continued success.
While on campus, students can take advantage of the myriad of support services available. Whether through student success coaching, counseling, or career development programs, we work to bring students and faculty together, too. It is our mission to develop well-rounded and responsible graduates.
Johnson College promotes a campus environment emphasizing the dignity and worth of all students, staff, and visitors that is free of discrimination. Johnson College does not discriminate against an individual’s age, color, disability, gender identity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation, or any other legally protected class in admission, treatment, access to, or employment in its programs or activities. For questions or concerns regarding Title IX, please contact the Senior Director of Organizational Development. For questions or concerns regarding Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, please contact the Counselor/Manager of Disability Services.