Johnson University Florida

Since 1893, Johnson University has been a leader in Christian higher education. The University’s flagship campus in Knoxville, Tennessee, was established by Ashley S. Johnson as the “School of the Evangelists” primarily to train preachers. The School was later renamed “Johnson Bible College,” then “Johnson University” as the scope of the School’s offerings expanded to include additional strategic vocations to extend the kingdom of God. Johnson University Florida was founded in 1975 as Central Florida Bible College. In 1985, the College received 40 acres of land in Kissimmee as a donation from the Chapman family. A new campus was constructed on that property, and the College was renamed Florida Christian College. In July of 2013, Florida Christian College merged with Johnson University and was renamed Johnson University Florida. As part of the Johnson University System, the School remains focused on equipping individuals for Christian ministries and other strategic vocations to extend the kingdom of God. Located in a culturally diverse community just outside Orlando, Johnson University Florida maintains a close-knit family environment and high academic standards across a range of bachelor’s programs.

Admissions
Lynnette Mojica-Rivera
Director of Undergraduate Admissions
Phone: (407) 847-8966
Email: LMojicaRivera@JohnsonU.edu
Address
1011 Bill Beck Blvd
Kissimmee, FL 34744
Common Application Accepted
No
Application Fee
Yes
Application Fee Amount
$35
Total Applications
371
31%
Admission Rate
Costs
Tuition
$15,480
Room and Board
$7,950
Book Fees
$1,000
Additional Fees
$1,230
Miscellaneous Fees
$2,230
Total Expenses
$27,890
56%
Tuition
Average Financial Aid
$8,914
32%
Coverage of total expenses
Total Students
204
62%
38%
Total Undergraduates
199
61%
39%
Total Graduates
5
80%
20%
All Faculty
67
52%
48%
Full Time Faculty
36
44%
56%
Part Time Faculty
31
61%
39%