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Admissions & Recruitment
Bldg B, Room B110, ECC Campus
Hours: M-Th 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.; F 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Closed Fridays June - Aug.
Secondary & Home School Students Options
Take advantage of ECC while you are still in high school!
- Seamlessly transition between high school and college
- Earn college credit
- Build a foundation to an unlimited future
Jump Start Your College Education
Current secondary and/or home-schooled students who are college-ready may gain early access to higher education. College readiness is defined as demonstrating the ability to complete college-level work through ACT/SAT scores or the college’s placement tests. These students must follow the Secondary/Home-School Student Admission procedure to enroll in college-level classes. Decisions for student admission and enrollment are made on a case-by-case basis. Students should discuss their interest in attending ECC with their high school counselor and parent(s) prior to beginning the application process as their approval is required. Secondary and home-schooled students will be limited to registering for a maximum of six credit hours per semester.
Secondary/Home-School Student Admission Process & Application
Students who are enrolling in Career Technical Dual Credit or Middle College Dual Credit programs are exempt from the Secondary/Home-School Student Admission process and restrictions.
Tech Prep Programs of Study
Your Roadmap from High School to College
Learn what courses you can take in high school to prepare for college and career. These roadmaps show the high school and postsecondary courses recommended for your Tech Prep Program. Early college credit opportunities including Tech Prep Dual Credit and Tech Prep Articulated Credit courses are illustrated on the program of study document.
Earn High School & College Credit Simultaneously
Tech Prep Dual Credit Program
Students can participate in the Tech Prep Dual Credit Program at ECC during the school day and receive both high school and college credit. Enrollment in this program is limited.
Middle College Program
Earn college credits and high school credits at the same time by taking ECC courses. High school juniors and seniors in the top 10 percent of their class or who have at least a 3.25 GPA may qualify.
Earn College Credit at Your High School
Tech Prep Articulated Credit Program
Students can participate in the Tech Prep Articulated Credit Program at their high school and earn ECC credit for the courses.