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EPCC prioritizes the safety and well-being of our campus community. EPCC will continue to follow CDC and local health guidance as we increase our on-site operations. Please visit this website for the latest information on our phased return to campus.

EPCC continues to monitor levels of COVID-19 in our community and will make adjustments, if necessary, based on current conditions and recommendations from local health authorities. At this time, students can register for both in-person and online classes. Our five campuses and Administrative Service Center are open for in-person services.

Phases of Safe Return

For the well-being of students, faculty and staff, access to campus will return in a phased approach as recommended by the Safe Campus Task Force in conjunction with the President and Board of Trustees following recommendations from the CDC and local health authorities. Updates to the latest information on onsite operations for the campus community will be posted here. During these phases, EPCC is open to the public during regular business hours. However, we encourage students and the public to continue to access our online services and virtual offices. This plan may be adjusted as needed to ensure the safety and well-being of the campus community.

All student services, including registration, payment, financial aid, counseling, library, tutoring and more are available online via Online Assistance or by contacting the IT Help Desk:

Safety Protocols

  • Do not come to EPCC campuses if you are feeling sick, have or have been exposed to COVID-19.
  • COVID-19 vaccination can protect you and others. EPCC encourages those who are able to get vaccines and boosters. You can find information about where to get vaccines at
  • Before returning to class or working onsite, all students and employees must complete the COVID-19 Safety Training.
  • Employees coming onsite must submit a daily health questionnaire: Health Screening Agreement.
  • Wash your hands frequently, consider wearing a face mask, maintain social distance and do not come to campus if you feel sick or have been exposed to COVID-19.
  • While masks are not required as per the August 27th ruling of the Court of Appeals for the Eighth District of Texas, the campus community is strongly encouraged to continue to wear masks in order to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

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