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Demonstrating the Value of John Tyler Community College

An Economic impact Study

Making an Impact

John Tyler Community College is a major economic engine for Virginia and, particularly, for the College’s service region, which includes Amelia, Charles City, Chesterfield, Colonial Heights, Dinwiddie, Hopewell, Petersburg, Prince George, Surry and Sussex. Here’s how the College made an impact in the fiscal year 2012–13:

$226.2 million

in total added income to the JTCC service area economy.

$35.9 million

in income added by Tyler’s annual spending in the JTCC service area.

$190.3 million

in income added by John Tyler alumni currently employed in the College’s service region.

Approximately 75% of Tyler’s students stay in the JTCC service region after leaving college.

For every $1.00 invested in JTCC in 2012-13, state and local taxpayers will receive a cumulative value of $5.10.

About this Page

This page highlights the findings of the economic impact study, “Demonstrating the Value of John Tyler Community College: Analysis of the Economic Impact and Return on Investment of Education,” conducted by Economic Modeling Specialists Intl. in February 2014.

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