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Calendar of Events
Aa student of one of EMCC’s Energy programs, you’ll want to be aware of some critical dates - not just for exams and projects but orientations and graduation Here’s what you need to know:
Every student needs to attend the new student orientation. This event is designed to inform incoming students about the EMCC campus, available resources, faculty and staff expectations, opportunities offered, and the importance of identifying their personal and educational goals.
When you enroll, you become part of the Energy Institute. The Institute orientation is your opportunity to connect with faculty, staff and other students. You’ll hear about resources just for your program as well as be able to connect with a variety of EMCC’s business partners for future internships, scholarships or career opportunities.
Finally, when you’re ready, you’ll want to keep an eye open for EMCC’s graduation deadlines in order to fully celebrate your big day.
What does EMCC’s Energy Institute offer for learning spaces? Check out the photo gallery to see our state-of-the-art facilities and teaching spaces that give you the opportunity to learn, study and experience college life in realistic settings.
Resources for Energy Institute students
The Energy Institute uses online simulations and resources to aid program students with engineering technology concepts and applications. Links for our online resources and can found below.
Mind-Sight Lab-Volt E-Learning (Use Internet Explorer for best functionality)
Hydraulics and Pneumatics downloadable simulator (you can save the circuits you create, but will not have access to view instrumentation until you load your file on the lab computers).
Electromechanical System Trainer Online Simulator (You must get the access code from your instructor)
Engineering Technology Simulation Videos or placement into higher level English, Reading, and Math courses or equivalent by assessment.