The Office of the Vice President of Student and Enrollment Services provides leadership and oversees the overall coordination of programs, services and resources within the area of Student and Enrollment Services. As the administrative head of the division of Student and Enrollment Services, the Vice President is an advocate for students and the liaison with the President, other vice presidents, deans, faculty, parents, and other administrators throughout the College. The Vice President of Student and Enrollment Services also administers the non-academic student discipline program and compliance with the Student Code of Conduct.
The Admissions and Registrar Department is responsible for the acceptance of students into the College for both Academic and Continuing Education programs and the creation and maintenance of student academic records from admission through graduation and/or student transfer-out.
EPCC is a member of the Western Junior College Athletic Conference (WJCAC) and competes at the Division I level in Region V of the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).
The Center for Students with Disabilities (CSD) provides students, regardless of disability, if otherwise qualified, an equal opportunity to complete their educational goal through the provision of accommodations based upon their individual disability.
The Dual Credit Office oversees the program which allows high school students attending approved public school districts, charter schools and state-supported schools to earn both high school and college credit for qualifying dual credit courses.
The Career Services Department promotes awareness of career options, world of work and lifelong career management.
The Financial Aid Office is dedicated to helping students pursue their college education by helping them and their families meet educational expenses that they are not able to meet through their own resources.
The EPCC Police Department pledges to enhance the quality of life on campus by working cooperatively with the campus community – within the framework of the United States Constitution – to enforce the law, to preserve the peace, to reduce fear, and to provide an environment conducive to higher education.
Student Leadership and Campus Life provides services at the College to promote leadership opportunities and enhance the quality of life experiences for students.
Outreach and Transition Services
The Office of Outreach and Transition Services serves as the umbrella for key first year experience services to include:
Recruitment Services, College Readiness,
Testing Services and
New Student Orientation. As a collaborative, we are responsible for developing programs and services supporting comprehensive outreach efforts for entering students to ensure a successful transition into college.