All College personnel who are responsible for projects with the potential for the collection of money will coordinate this activity with the Head Cashier a minimum of two weeks prior to the anticipated start date. All money will be collected and accounted for by College Business Office personnel through the campus cashiers only. Cashier services will be available at the campus level during posted hours.
With presentation of valid identification, a student or employee of the College may present a check for payment of tuition, fees, and other charges or for cash. If a check(s) is (are) returned, a returned check fee equivalent to the prevailing rate charged by the College's bank is charged for each check returned unpaid to the College. Problems relating to the Cashier's Office should be referred to the Assistant Comptroller - Tuitions and Receivables.
Checks will be cashed as a courtesy on a monies available basis for students, faculty, and staff who present valid identification. Limits for the amount which may be cashed and a returned check fee equivalent to the prevailing rate charged by the College's bank are posted on the campus cashier's window.
EPCC Police Department
The primary mission of the EPCC Police Department is to ensure the safety and welfare of people and property located on the premises of El Paso Community College. The following are provided through the EPCC Police Department:
- Emergency care
- Safety and security prevention orientation
- Regulation of parking facilities and collection of parking fees
- Department of Public Safety patrol
- Lost and found
- Departmental security surveys
Contact the EPCC Police Department located at each campus for assistance. The Department's emergency phone number is 831-2200 (all campuses).