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Valle Verde Campus

Valle Verde Campus

919 Hunter
El Paso, TX 79915
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The largest and most centrally-located facility in the college district, Valle Verde, serves more than 14,000 credit students each semester. The multi-level building features patios, trees, fountains, and grassy hills which enhance the relaxed learning environment.

Valle Verde Campus is located at 919 Hunter, just south of the interstate between Hawkins and Hunter and North Loop. It is the main location for all student services functions, including admissions, registration, financial aid and counseling. The largest of the libraries, bookstores, cafeterias and child care centers are also located here.

The Advanced Technology Center, the Americana Language Program and the intercollegiate athletic program are located on the Valle Verde Campus.

The newest building is an instructional center which has 24 classrooms, an open computer laboratory of 100 stations networked with full internet access, state-of-the-art laboratories for foreign language courses and English as a Second Language. There is also space for community interest non-credit classes, including floral arrangement and cooking. The Valle Verde Early College High School opened in the Fall 2007. VVECHS allows accepted students to earn an Associate’s Degree and high school diploma concurrently.



Mission Del Paso Campus

Valle Verde Campus

Mission Del Paso Campus
10700 Gateway East
El Paso, TX 79927
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With the start of the 1998 Spring semester, El Paso Community College opened Mission del Paso, a major educational facility in the east El Paso/Mission Valley Area. It is located at 10700 Gateway East between Americas Avenue and Horizon Blvd. The new facility offers a full range of classes to the far east section of El Paso. All student services are available including admission, registration, financial aid, and counseling.

In the Spring of 2000, the College opened a state-of-the-art Law Enforcement Training Academy which serves area law enforcement agencies to meet their training needs and provides a full spectrum of training programs for security guards and peace officers.

In order to accommodate the continued growth, a new building opened in the Spring of 2004. This building provided much needed space to house instructional labs for ESL, reading, and general tutoring services, along with faculty offices and two multi-purpose classrooms. Mission Early College High School (MECHS) officially opened in August of 2006. MECHS allows accepted students to earn an Associate’s Degree and high school diploma concurrently.


Northwest Campus

Valle Verde Campus

6701 South Desert Rd.
El Paso, TX 79932
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Serving the expanding population of far west El Paso in the Northwest Campus which opened in 1994. It is located at 6701 S. Desert Blvd. at the intersection of I-10 and Transmountain Road. A full range of classes: academic, technical and non-credit are offered. In addition all student services are available including admission, registration, financial aid and counseling.

A library and classroom/laboratory buildings were added in 2004. This addition provided the campus with facilities for mathematics, biology, geology, ESL and reading. The library building also includes rooms for conferences, orientations, study space, and provides an expanded periodical and book selection. The Northwest Campus library also serves the area as a "Community Library" in partnership with the City of El Paso and the El Paso Public Library. The Northwest Community Library was dedicated to Jenna Welch and Laura Bush in 2006. The Northwest Early College High School opened in Summer 2008. NECHS allows students to earn an Associate’s Degree and high school diploma concurrently.


Rio Grande Campus

Valle Verde Campus

100 West Rio Grande Ave.
El Paso, TX 79902
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In 1975, the Rio Grande Campus,- then just a single building on Rio Grande Street, became the first permanent facility for El Paso Community College. Using funds and equipment donated by Project Hope, the campus focused on education of a five-story wing in 1980 enabled the college to expand its course offerings to include the arts, sciences, and other occupational education programs. Basic academic skills and credit courses in English as a Second Language (ESL) are offered as well.

The campus is strategically located near the center of the downtown business district at 100 W. Rio Grande Street. It provides a top-quality learning environment for its diverse population of over 5,000 students. The full range of college services are available, including admissions, financial aid, counseling, registration and security, as well as a bookstore, library, and cafeteria.

Renovation and expansion of the campus began in 1995 with the addition of classrooms, a new library, and paved student parking lots. The new Health and Science Laboratory building opened in fall 2003, and the multi-level parking garage opened the following year.


Transmountain Campus

Valle Verde Campus

9570 Gateway Blvd. North
El Paso, TX 79924
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Designed to complement the visual angles of the Franklin Mountains and blend its landscaping with the surrounding desert, the Transmountain Campus provides educational programs and services for northeast El Paso.

Transmountain is located at 9570 Gateway Blvd. North at the Patriot Freeway and Diana Drive. The facility serves more than 4,000 credit students each semester. All college services are available, including admissions, registration, financial aid and counseling, as well as a full-service library, bookstore and child care. It houses the college’s only performance/lecture facility for concerts, films, large meetings community events. The Transmountain Early College High School opened in 2008. TMECHS allows accepted students to earn an Associate’s Degree and high school diploma concurrently.


Administrative Services Center

Valle Verde Campus

9050 Viscount Blvd.
El Paso, TX 79925
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The Administrative Services Center Building A houses the support services, including personnel, payroll, purchasing, and Information Technology. Building B houses Culinary Arts, Cosmetology, Massage Therapy, Travel and Tourism, GED, Workforce/Economic Development, Continuing Education, Customized Training, Contract Opportunities Center, Literacy Programs, the Senior Adult Program, and the Small Business Development Center. Business services are offered by the Small Business Development Center and the Contract Opportunities Center.

We also offer literacy and basic skills classes, as well as non-credit classes throughout the county at community centers and public schools.