Draughons Junior College Murfreesboro

Draughons Junior College Murfreesboro

Draughons Junior College-Murfreesboro, commonly referred to as DJC- Murfreesboro, is a campus of Draughons Junior College. Established by Professor John F. Draughon in 1879, it was originally known as Draughon's Practical Business College, and became Draughons Junior College in 1978. DJC is currently owned by the Daymar Colleges Group. The Murfreesboro campus in Tennessee was established in 2003. In addition to this branch, DJC operates several other campuses in Kentucky, and Tennessee.

DJC- Murfreesboro offers associate's degrees, diplomas, and certificate programs of study. Students can opt for courses in business management, paralegal studies, human resource management, pharmacy technology, medical assisting, and criminal justice among others.

DJC- Murfreesboro supports various student clubs and organizations including the Alpha Beta Kappa Honor Society, Pencil Pushers, and Student Council. Students also publish a newsletter called the "Draughons Dragon". DJC- Murfreesboro also provides academic and career counseling services, and job placement assistance.

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2018-19, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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