Jamestown Community College is a two-year college in the SUNY system. JCC has two campuses in Chautauqua County, New York, located in Dunkirk and Jamestown. A third campus serves Cattaraugus County in Olean. A fourth site is located in Warren, Pennsylvania. The college offers degree and certificate programs in many areas.
Founded in 1950, Jamestown Community College was the first community college in the State University of New York.
The college has grown from an enrollment of 169 students attending classes at Jamestown High School to an enrollment of over 3,500 in a multi-campus institution. The Jamestown Campus is located on a 107-acre (0.43 km2) site at the foot of Chautauqua Lake in Jamestown, New York. The Cattaraugus County Campus is located 50 miles (80 km) east of Jamestown in Olean, New York.
JCC's Warren Center opened in 1987 to provide degrees in Business Administration and Social Science. JCC operates the Center under a contract with the Warren-Forest Higher Education Council, and the Center is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. The Warren center is 25 miles south of Jamestown, New York.
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