East Central College News
Browse past news stories for East Central College in Union, MO.
- East Central College receives historic donation - Three Rivers Publishing
A gift of $250,000 has been presented to East Central College from Ace Manufacturing and Parts Co., Sullivan, Mo. The gift was made to the East Central Colleg ...
- East Central College Picks Grimes to Lead Soccer Program - The Missourian
Pending board approval, the new East Central College soccer head coach will be a blast from the past. Benji Grimes, who led the Falcons from 2007 to 2009, is returni ...
- Arand Honored as Outstanding Alumnus at East Central College - The Missourian
Dave Arand, Union, was the recipient of the East Central College Outstanding Alumni Award for 2016. Dr. Jon Bauer, ECC president, made the presentatio ...
- East Central College - EMS1.com
has an opening for a full time 9-month position teaching undergraduate courses in EMS. Teaching schedule will include day and/or eveni ...
- Reno Work Continues on Business, Industry Centern For East Central College - The Missourian
The East Central College Business and Industry Center renovation project is making progress and on schedule, said Dr. Jon Bauer, college president. The building, which pr ...
- East Central College Squads Sign 17 Athletes for 2016-17 - The Missourian
Fall sports programs at East Central College have signed three athletes apiece for the 2016-17 school year while the lone spring team has inked 11. Both the ...
- East Central College president testifies to House committee - Leader Journal
Dr. Jon Bauer, president of East Central College, testified on behalf of Missouri's 12 community colleges to the Missouri House of Representatives Higher Educa ...
With serious mental health issues on the rise on college campuses nationwide, community colleges are scrambling to provide expanded mental health services to students.
A performance gap continues to exist at community colleges for minority and low-income students. Learn about the troubling statistics and how the performance gap can be closed.
Valedictorians and honors students are increasingly choosing honors programs at community colleges instead of four-year institutions after graduating from high school. Learn about the trends and benefits of taking the honors track at a community college before transferring to a four-year institution.