Junior colleges - or jucos for short, are two year Connecticut colleges similar and including community colleges. While all community colleges are public, some junior colleges are private. The highest degrees offered are usually associate's and program lengths are usually two years. Junior colleges traditionally don't offer on campus living and many have more flexible evening class hours to cater to those who work during the day.
There are 14 Junior colleges in Connecticut on our list. Explore the schools below to get an idea if any are a match for you.
|Asnuntuck Community College||Enfield, Connecticut|
|Capital Community College||Hartford, Connecticut|
|Gateway Community College||New Haven, Connecticut|
|Housatonic Community College||Bridgeport, Connecticut|
|Lincoln College of New England Suffield||Suffield, Connecticut|
|Manchester Community College||Manchester, Connecticut|
|Middlesex Community College||Middletown, Connecticut|
|Naugatuck Valley Community College||Waterbury, Connecticut|
|Northwestern Connecticut Community College||Winsted, Connecticut|
|Norwalk Community College||Norwalk, Connecticut|
|Quinebaug Valley Community College||Danielson, Connecticut|
|St Vincent's College||Bridgeport, Connecticut|
|Three Rivers Community College||Norwich, Connecticut|
|Tunxis Community College||Farmington, Connecticut|