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Leanne Tang '19 working in a science lab

One of the most life-changing experiences to me was my immersion trip to Honduras ... I cannot begin to explain all that the experience has done to change me, but it definitely solidified my love of medicine and helped me realize that I was surrounded by a community, both on campus and off, that would push me to be my best in all aspects of my life.

–Leanne Tang '19

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Learning by doing

JCU’s emphasis on hands-on learning builds the meaningful practical skills employers seek. As students progress through their programs, experiential learning deepens, helping new graduates succeed their first day on the job.

Professor Edward Hahnenberg, Ph.D., leading a panel discussion

Professors hold the most advanced degrees

97 percent of JCU full-time faculty hold doctoral degrees or terminal degrees in their field.

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Exceptional mentoring

We intentionally keep class sizes small so we can focus on the extraordinary mentoring for which John Carroll is known. Our professors take the time to get to know students as individuals and to center their teaching on those connections.

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