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Elgin Community College prepares students well for transfer or a career with 130+ programs of study and services like academic advising, career development, and tutoring. Apply now! elgin.edu/apply
Start at Elgin Community College (ECC) and we’ll prepare you to transfer to a four-year school. With dozens of transfer agreements, the courses you need, and individualized academic advising, ECC is the perfect place to start college. The first step to becoming a student is to complete our free online application at elgin.edu/apply.
The Integrated Career & Academic Preparation System (ICAPS) is a guided support program proven to enhance student success. ICAPS students take classes together with the goal of earning a vocational certificate in less than one year. In addition to attending core career and technical education courses, ICAPS students benefit from free academic support and career navigation classes specially designed to ensure they perform well in their programs of study and are ready to start their careers. Visit elgin.edu/icaps for more information.
International students at Elgin Community College in Elgin, IL (just outside of Chicago, IL) talk about why they came to study in the U.S., why they chose ECC, and how their education has been enhanced by studying at one of the premier comprehensive community colleges in the U.S. Learn why ECC is one of the best colleges to begin your education abroad! Find out more at elgin.edu/international.
Take a tour of campus life at ECC!
The 71,000 square foot classroom facility is comprised of offices for three departments, four state-of-the-art computer labs, 26 smart classrooms and several individual and group study areas. The two existing buildings will be connected by administrative and entrance additions, enhancing the relationship to the main Elgin Community College Campus.
The radiography program prepares students to produce quality diagnostic images that will assist the physician in the diagnosis and treatment of injuries and diseases. Upon completion of the associate degree, students are eligible to take the national certifying examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and licensed by the Illinois Emergency Management Agency-Division of Nuclear Safety (IEMA-DNS). Accreditation: The radiography program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education Radiologic Technology. For more information, visit elgin.edu/radiography
The histotechnology program at ECC provides a quality education which integrates general education and professional courses with hands-on experience to prepare graduates with the technical skills needed to work in a variety of histology laboratories.
An overview of the Convocation and Campus Jam held on Friday, Aug. 17, 2012 at Elgin Community College. Both events welcome new students to the college and encourage them to work to achieve their educational goals.
When it comes to maximizing benefit for your investment of time, noncredit classes are the solution. Classes meet one day, over a few days or weeks and are less expensive than credit classes. And you can learn at your pace! For more information, visit http://elgin.edu/noncreditclasses.
The Elgin Community College (ECC) Truck Driving Program includes 320 hours of classroom and on-the-road training to prepare students to obtain their commercial driver’s license (CDL). Hear from student graduates about their experiences in the program and after graduation. For more information about ECC’s Truck Driving program, including certificate options, visit elgin.edu/truckdriving.
ECC's Communication Design Department includes three programs: Graphic Design, Internet Design or Videography and Motion Graphics. At ECC you'll experience hands-on-learning in small classes from exceptional, industry-seasoned faculty in state-of-the-art labs.
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