EMCC led a consortium of colleges to a $13.5 million federal grant for energy programs.
EMCC’s Mariposa Hall is LEED Gold Certified Building for its sustainable construction and features.
EMCC was ranked in the top 10% of community colleges nationwide for the past two years.
EMCC supports student success through a variety of career institutes.
EMCC students write and edit an online student magazine entitled “The Lion’s Perspective.”
EMCC publishes “Mariposa,” an annual literary journal showcasing student creativity.
EMCC hosts the Tale of Two Cities Parade and Festival with the cities of Avondale and Goodyear.
EMCC has a Veterans Center for students and is a G.I. Jobs Military-Friendly School.
EMCC is planning the construction of a new Performing Arts Center.
EMCC opened the Buckeye Educational Center in 2011 in partnership with the Town of Buckeye.
EMCC created a new firefighter certification program in 2012.
EMCC offers short-term job training in healthcare and industrial skills.
EMCC offers the only online gifted education endorsement program in Arizona for current educators.
EMCC was awarded a federal grant to journey to become a Learning College.
EMCC’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter has been awarded five-star status for 17 consecutive years.