Good: So many people have to attend JJC for various reasons: they want to live at home at ages 18, 19, 20, they want to save money before transferring, or they need to resurrect their own life.
JJC is the perfect option for all three. It sounds cheesy, but you really can achieve all you want to achieve at JJC. This is one of the cheapest place to obtain a quality education. The coursework is usually no more difficult than average - just always put in all the work you need to put it in, and talk with the teache. Bad: If you are looking for a social life, there isn't one at JJC. It's a community college, and you really don't see the people in your classes elsewhere in the school (hardly ever). 60% of the students at JJC are part time students. JJC is strictly a life changer in education, but not socially..