Dr Wright Lassiter Early College is a high school where motivated students have the opportunity to get a head start on college in a smaller setting than most traditional high schools.
This unique program offers students an opportunity to pursue an engineering degree while co-enrolled at Texas A&M and El Centro College.
The Clemente Course in the Humanities is a partnership between ECC and the Foundation for Community Empowerment's Free Minds Program. It is a 6-hour class for low income individuals and provides free tuition for the course, free books, Full DART pass, free childcare and more.
The Dallas Texas Prefreshman Engineering Program (Dallas TexPREP) is an academically intense, mathematics-based, summer enrichment program.
The IELT is an intensive English program designed to help equip F-1 international students with the necessary English language skills they need to study in American colleges and universities.
The STEM Student Success Center, established in April 2013, supports students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
The Summer Bridge program is a camp that helps students learn the necessary skills that will significantly improve their performance in mathematics, reading and writing skills.
The Honors Program gives talented students opportunities to earn honors credit in almost any course that is not developmental, and provides opportunities for intellectual and personal growth.
Bill J. Priest Campus
The Bill J. Priest Institute for Economic Development was established in 1989 with the purpose of supporting economic development for the county.
Our programs focus on workforce training & services, small business development and more.
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West Campus offers a variety of classes for students pursuing a degree and/or seeking to enhance workforce skills through continuing education.
Whether your goals are to transfer to a university or to gain working-world skills, you can enjoy the benefits of beginning your studies in the small, intimate setting at El Centro's West Campus.
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The core of learning in college is a set of courses that will provide you with the knowledge, skills and educational experiences you need to succeed in higher education. Those classes — called the Core Curriculum — are the courses that lead to an associate degree from El Centro College and which then transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
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