Intercollegiate athletics offer the opportunity to compete, develop skills, acquire leadership and teamwork experiences.
Student-athletes compete in regional and national tournaments in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and in the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference.
To participate in intercollegiate athletics, NJCAA eligibility applies. More»
ECC has won the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference All-Sports Trophy four times and came in second place three times in the last twelve years. The trophy is awarded for earning more championship points than any other community college in the eight-school ISCC. Points are awarded based on where each team finishes in the standings. More»
Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference Affirmation
The Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference affirms the importance of college completion and recognizes that student engagement and full-time enrollment are major contributors to student success. Through athletic and co-curricular competition, the Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference provides significant support for initiatives such as Complete College America and Achieving the Dream. In a "results driven" environment, the ISCC affirms and recognizes its contributions to student academic success and college completion.
ECC Athletes' Graduation Rates
This information is provided to you in compliance with the "Right to Know" legislation.
"Right-to-Know" Info for Student Athletes
||Within Three Years of First Term
||Still Enrolled at ECC
||Transferred to Four-Year Institution
|Fall 2008 Cohort*
Note: Graduation and transfer-out rates are based on three (3) years of attendance that equates to 150 percent of our longest program, which is two years. Graduation (and transfer-out) rates do not include students who left the school to serve in the armed forces, on official church missions, or in the foreign service of the federal government. Students who died or were totally and permanently disabled are also excluded.
* This cohort only includes students who received an athletic scholarship in the given term and who were enrolled as first-time, full-time and degree-/certificate-seeking students in that term.
** Count of all students who had met at least one of the three success measures within three years of their first term, Fall 2008.
Further information is available by using the equity in athletics data analysis cutting tool; visit ope.ed.gov/athletics.
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