El Paso Community College joins two-year colleges nationwide to celebrate National Community College Month. During April, EPCC highlights its important achievements as well as accomplishments of its students, faculty and staff.
“With a long history of success and excellence. EPCC is providing accessible, affordable and quality education.” said Dr. William Serrata, EPCC President. “We are delivering opportunity to students, to coordinate our workforce, to our partners, to our region.”
EPCC is proud of its accomplishments inside and outside of the classroom. Many of our health programs, such as Physical Therapist Assistant, Medical Laboratory Technology and Medical Assisting Technology, have received 100% pass ratings in state and national exams.
Students like Bryant Muñiz, Lizette Navarro and Adrian Morales from the Medical Imaging/Radiography program were three of 51 nationally named Siemens Technical Scholars. The Performance Studies and Debate Team continued their successful record by winning the 2017 PI KAPPA DELTA National Tournament.
For the 10 th year, EPCC has been named the #1 grantor of associate degrees to Hispanic students by The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education magazine. In the past, EPCC won Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award from INSIGHT into Diversity magazine and was named Military Friendly by Victory Media and Military Advanced Education.