Johnson College

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Johnson College
Former names
Johnson Technical Institute, Johnson School of Technology
MottoWe work.
TypeTwo-Year College of Technology
Established1912
PresidentKatie Leonard, Ph.D.
Students471
Location, ,
ColorsBlue and Grey
AthleticsEastern Pennsylvania Collegiate Conference
AffiliationsNJCAA
MascotJohnny the Jaguar
Websitehttp://www.johnson.edu

Johnson College is a private two-year college in Scranton, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1912 as a trade school by Orlando S. Johnson, a wealthy coal baron. Over the years it has evolved to college status. The college offers 13 associate degree programs and has an average student to faculty ratio of 17:1. Students leave Johnson with a 97% placement rate based on the 2007 graduating class. It has a 41-acre (170,000 m2) campus.

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Coordinates: 41°27′00″N 75°38′24″W / 41.4501°N 75.6401°W / 41.4501; -75.6401