EMCC values sustainability and is a member of the higher education organization AASHE.
EMCC hosts the annual Hermanas Conference to promote STEM careers to Hispanic young women.
EMCC is a designated Title V Hispanic Serving Institution with more than 25% Hispanic students.
EMCC students write and edit an online student magazine entitled “The Lion’s Perspective.”
EMCC’s Phi Theta Kappa chapter has been awarded five-star status for 17 consecutive years.
EMCC’s Mariposa Hall is LEED Gold Certified Building for its sustainable construction and features.
EMCC opened the Buckeye Educational Center in 2011 in partnership with the Town of Buckeye.
EMCC is planning the construction of a new Performing Arts Center.
EMCC students adopted the mountain lion as the official mascot.
EMCC led a consortium of colleges to a $13.5 million federal grant for energy programs.
EMCC received 10-year re-accreditation from the HLC in March 2012.
EMCC is home to a burrowing owl habitat constructed by students to support ecological diversity.
EMCC partners with the United Way to provide free VITA tax preparation services.
EMCC supports student success through a variety of career institutes.
EMCC was awarded a federal grant to journey to become a Learning College.