Save Money on Your Education

Students who start at John Wood pay around 1/3 the cost for tuition compared to what a public university charges. The savings compared to a private college are even greater. JWCC is a great place to start your transfer education classes to complete your first two years toward a bachelor degree, or to enter career training opportunities which will help you enter directly into the workforce.

*For 2012-13 academic year in-district.
**For 2012-13 academic year. This is an average for full-time students 24 years of age or older. The average amount listed is not guaranteed for any individual student. Financial assistance is based on personal information filed on the FAFSA (fafsa.gov).

 

See how JWCC Compares to other area colleges: 

COST COMPARISON

COST PER CREDIT HOUR

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