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The EPCC nursing division has been educating nurses in the El Paso community since 1972. Our graduates work in multiple acute care, transitional, and community settings in the El Paso community and beyond. Our graduates have become advanced practice nurses, nursing administrators, educators, community leaders, and expert clinicians.

Our programs offer highly qualified faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, outstanding student services, and affordable tuition and fees. Additionally, the first-time NCLEX pass rates for our programs are consistently above the national averages.

EPCC is the best place to start and finish your nursing degree!

Program Guides

Nursing_Program_Information_Guide_AAS_Degree.pdfNursing Program Information Guide AAS Degree
Nursing_Program_Information_Guide_LVN-RN_Transition.pdfNursing Program Information Guide LVN-RN Transition
Nursing_Program_Information_Guide_Vocational.pdfNursing Program Information Guide Vocational


  1. EPCC Admission: Students interested in any of the nurisng programs should first be admitted to EPCC. For more information go to Admissions.
  2. Nursing Counseling Session: Make an appointment with a designated nursing counselor to plan your path.
  3. Nursing Program Ranking: Students seeking to enter any of the nursing programs go under a Specialized Admission process referred to as “ranking.” Ranking occurs twice a year for all three programs. Students ranking in October start the program in the spring semester and students ranking in June start the program in the fall semester. For more information go to Health.
    • Complete Specialized Admissions Orientation
    • Complete pre-admission clinical clearance/requirements
    • Attend New Nursing Student Orientation
    • Complete post-ranking clinical clearance/requirements

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