March 20, 2017

JUCO Schools

Junior College Football Schools

List of JUCO Schools By State

JUCO (Junior Colleges) are two year colleges scattered throughout the United States.  They are also referred to as community colleges or JUCO colleges.

The following list offers junior college football scholarships.  Begin your junior college football scholarship search using this list.

Frequently, a football player may play at a JUCO school for a couple of years and then if he is good enough, he may move on to receive a college athletic scholarship and play football at a four-year institution.  Junior college football recruiting is not as intense as the Division, I, II, and III are,

For Div 3 football universities, see a separate post.

JUCO Football Schools

Alabama

  • Marion Military Institute, Marion

Arkansas

  • Crowley’s Ridge College, Paragould

California

  • Deep Springs College, Deep Springs Valley
  • Empire College, Santa Rosa
  • Marymount College, Rancho Palos Verdes
  • Menlo College, Atherton

Colorado

  • Colorado School of Trades, Lakewood

Connecticut

  • Briarwood College, Southington
  • Goodwin College, East Hartford
  • Hillyer College, University of Hartford, West Hartford
  • St. Vincent’s College, Bridgeport

Florida

  • Southwest Florida College, Ft. Myers

Georgia

  • Andrew College, Cuthbert
  • Darton College, Albany
  • Georgia Military College, Milledgeville
  • Young Harris College, Young Harris

Hawaii

  • TransPacific Hawaii College, Honolulu

Illinois

  • Lincoln College, Lincoln

Indiana

  • Ancilla College, Donaldson
  • Vincennes University, Vincennes, IN

Iowa

  • St. Luke’s College, Sioux City

Kansas

  • Donnelly College, Kansas City
  • Hesston College, Hesston

Kentucky

  • St. Catharine College, Springfield

Maine

  • Andover College, Portland

Massachusetts

  • Bay State College, Boston
  • Dean College, Franklin
  • Fisher College, Boston
  • Labouré College, Boston
  • Marian Court College, Swampscott

Minnesota

  • Maranatha Bible School, Lansing

Mississippi

  • Mary Holmes College, West Point

Northeast Mississippi

Missouri

  • Cottey College, Nevada
  • Wentworth Military Academy, Lexington

New Hampshire

  • Hesser College, Manchester

New Jersey

  • Assumption College for Sisters, Mendham

New York

  • Maria College, Albany
  • Trocaire College, Buffalo
  • Villa Maria College, Cheektowaga

North Carolina

  • Louisburg College, Louisburg

Ohio

  • Chatfield College, St. Martin
  • Rosedale Bible College, Rosedale

Oklahoma

  • Bacone College, Muskogee
  • Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College, Moore

Pennsylvania

  • Harcum College, Bryn Mawr
  • Lackawanna College, Scranton
  • Manor College, Jenkintown
  • Pennsylvania Institute of Technology, Media and Philadelphia
  • Valley Forge Military Academy and College, Wayne
  • Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades, Media

South Carolina

  • Clinton Junior College, Rock Hill
  • Forrest Junior College, Anderson
  • Spartanburg Methodist College, Spartanburg

Tennessee

  • Draughons Junior College, Nashville and Murfreesboro
  • Hiwassee College, Madisonville

Texas

  • Jacksonville College, Jacksonville
  • Lon Morris College, Jacksonville
  • Southwestern Christian College, Terrell

Utah

  • Snow College, Richfield
  • USU-College of Eastern Utah, Price

Vermont

  • Landmark College, Putney

Virginia

  • Richard Bland College, near Petersburg

West Virginia

  • West Virginia Junior College, Bridgeport[1]
  • West Virginia Junior College at Morgantown, Morgantown

(courtesy of http://en.wikipedia.org)/wiki/List_of_junior_colleges_in_the_United_States)

 

Football by the Numbers Table

Schools Offering Football
NCAA Division I-A 120
NCAA Division I-AA 118
NCAA Division II 157
NCAA Division III 239
NAIA 91
Junior College 69
Total 794
Athletic Scholarship Opportunities
Division I-A(per school) 85
Division I-AA(per school) 63
Division II(per school) 36
NAIA 24
NJCAA (*varies per school) 85
Student-Athlete Participation
NCAA Division I-A 14,146
NCAA Division I-AA 11,958
NCAA Division II 15,655
NCAA Division III 23,120
NAIA 5,556
Junior College 5,031
HS Student-Athletes 1,109,278


JUCO Stats Averages Table

The following are averages stats for JUCO football players. It is important to remember that these are only averages that you should shoot for in your Freshman and Sophomore seasons. Some Junior College players will have higher stats and some will have slightly lower stats, but most will fall within these ranges.

Sixty nine JUCO schools provide college athletic scholarships for talented football players, and many of these exceptional athletes go on to become signed transfers to larger programs.

Preferred Grades for All Divisions:3.0 GPA + 24 ACT + 1000 SAT (out of 1600)

(tables courtesy NCSASports.org)

(courtesy of http://en.wikipedia.org)/wiki/List_of_junior_colleges_in_the_United_States)

 

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