Complete List of Junior Colleges with Men's Soccer Teams
Junior colleges are two-year universities that give student-athletes an opportunity to develop their athletic and academic skills in a post-high school program. With 217 junior college men’s soccer programs out there, there are many opportunities for athletes. Many junior college men’s soccer teams have future D1 and D2 athletes on their roster who are there to hone their skills before they commit to a four-year school. For athletes who might not have the grades, finances or build for a four-year school, a junior college men’s soccer program can be a great way to gain experience competing against collegiate athletes.
Are there junior college men’s soccer scholarships?
Yes, junior colleges can give out up to 18 scholarships per team to qualified athletes. Depending on the school and how funded the program is, qualified athletes might receive a partial or full-ride scholarship.
Men’s junior college soccer rankings
Throughout the season, United Soccer Coaches offers a ranking of men’s junior college soccer teams. Here are the final junior college D1 men’s soccer rankings for the 2017–18 season from United Soccer Coaches, which were released after the national championship:
- Tyler Junior College
- Schoolcraft College
- Yavapal College
- Pima Community College
- Indian Hills Community College
- Monroe College-New Rochelle
- Louisburg College
- Eastern Florida State College
- Iowa Western Community College
- Marshalltown Community College
- Kansas City Kansas Community College
- Daytona State College
- Whatcom Community College
- Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College
- Community College of Baltimore County-Essex