EMCC’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter has been awarded five-star status for 17 consecutive years.
EMCC is the site of the annual Maricopa Community Colleges Student Conference.
EMCC values sustainability and is a member of the higher education organization AASHE.
EMCC was awarded a federal grant to journey to become a Learning College.
EMCC has an award-winning visiting art exhibition program.
EMCC is planning the construction of a new Performing Arts Center.
EMCC offers the only online gifted education endorsement program in Arizona for current educators.
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 is a designated Title V Hispanic Serving Institution with more than 25% Hispanic students.
EMCC employees raised more than $35,000 for Valley of the Sun United Way in 2012.
EMCC hosts the annual Hermanas Conference to promote STEM careers to Hispanic young women.
EMCC publishes “Mariposa,” an annual literary journal showcasing student creativity.
EMCC was founded in 1992 and is the newest of the Maricopa Community Colleges.
EMCC was ranked in the top 10% of community colleges nationwide for the past two years.