In Support of Our Students!
Whether you're a new student on campus or have been taking classes for a while, we are here to help. We have a variety of different programs and information to help you. All you have to do is to stop by our office or contact us and we can help you find the answers you're looking for. Here are a few resources that might help!
- Financial Aid - We can help you find ways to finance your college education and answer your financial aid questions.
- Ready to Work Program - This program can help qualified candidates earn an education that will put them to work.
- Veterans Affairs - The professionals in this department provide assistance to military veterans and families.
- Scholarships - You may be eligible for one or more scholarships through ECTC and other sources.
- Assessment Center - You may need to take a COMPASS placement exam before registering for classes. You can take it free the first time.
- Bookstore - The Barnes & Noble College Bookstore is your source for textbooks, materials and supplies for your classes.
- Learning Lab - Our tutors are here to help if you need assistance with math, writing and more.
- Library - A great place to study, our library houses a vast array of resources for research, education and entertainment.
- Disability Services - If you think you'll need special accommodations for learning or mobility, we can provide that support.
- Student Support Services Program - Student Support Services is a Federal TRIO Program, which is funded 100% by the Department of Education to serve low income, first generation and/or students with disabilities. This program provides eligible students with one-on-one services to ensure the completion of their post secondary education.
- Veteran Center of Excellence - Provides support services for veterans to smooth the tough transition from the military to college. The Center is equipped with a veteran lounge, study area, resource center, and computer lab.
- Computer Lab - If you don't have access to a computer at home, or want to work while on campus, visit one of our computer labs to do research, work on papers, or take online classes.
- Questions about your academic records, graduation, or more? We can help. Just contact the Records Office for more information.