In the Spotlight
Tyler Roeger, director of the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL), has been at ECC for less than a year, but he knew he’d found the right fit during his campus tour. Learn more about Roeger’s work supporting faculty and discover his surprising hidden talent below.
As Dean of College Transitions and Secondary Partnerships, Mary Perkins brings together the college and the community to develop strategies and programs to help students achieve their dreams.
When Erik Enders, student life coordinator for student success, arrived on campus for his job interview last summer, it was the first time he’d been to Elgin Community College. He knew about ECC from friends, but had not experienced the college. One visit was all it took to solidify his desire to be a part of the ECC community.
Associate Professor of Physics John 'Ted' Elzroth has seen a lot in his 22 years at ECC. His greatest achievement, though, is the students who've increased their understanding of science thanks to his courses.
2019 December graduate Richard Rodriguez is determined to build a better life for his family.
2019 December graduate Pili Camargo found all the resources she needed to grow and succeed at ECC.
IMPACT: To Serve and Protect Begins at ECC—Elgin Police Department policy change opens door for ECC graduates
By working in partnership, ECC and EPD are creating opportunities for well-educated and well-prepared recruits to serve the community they call home.
Elgin Community College provides free resources, workshops, and one-on-one coaching to those seeking help with their job search.
ECC IN THE NEWS
Recent news stories relating to a new strain of coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China, may be causing you concern. At this time, the Kane County Health Department (KCDH) is reporting no confirmed or suspected cases of the coronavirus in Kane County.Read Story
Gigi Coleman's one-woman show on the life of great aunt Bessie Coleman kicks-off ECC's Black History Month on Feb. 7
Elgin Community College's celebration of Black History Month kicks off on Friday, Feb. 7, with a performance by Gigi Coleman, the great-niece of Bessie Coleman, the first black female pilot in the U.S. The breakfast event begins at 8:30 a.m. in the Building E Dining Room at the college, 1700 Spartan Drive, Elgin.Read Story