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For the junior college in Decatur, Mississippi, see East Central Community College East Central College Established 1968 Type Public, 2-year President Dr. Edward Jackson Students 4,400+ (2010) Location Union, Missouri, USA Mascot Falcon Website East Central College is a community college with five locations in central Missouri. The main campus is located in Union, Missouri, sitting on over 200 acres (0.81 km2). In addition, ECC also offers classes in Sullivan, Rolla, Washington and Warrenton. Approximately 4,400 students are enrolled in classes each semester at the five locations or through dual credit classes at area high schools. Students can complete the first two years of coursework toward a bachelor's degree and then to transfer to a four-year institution. Over 25 career/technical programs are offered with Associate of Applied Science (AAS) and certificate options available for students who intend to immediately enter the workforce. ECC is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Contents 1 History 2 Degrees and Certificates 3 Notable alumni 4 Athletics 5 External links History East Central College was founded in 1968 to serve the educational needs of the people in east central Missouri. In that same year, 114 acres (0.46 km2) were purchased for what is now the main campus. Classes began in rented facilities and at the Union Memorial Auditorium in September 1969 with enrollment at 476 students the first semester. The Administration Building was the first facility built on campus, and it was completed in 1971. The Multipurpose Building came next in 1973, followed by the Vocational-Technical Building in 1978 and the Classroom Building in 1985. The Auditorium/Classroom facility was completed in 1998. The Health & Science Building with almost 52,000 square feet (4,800 m2) of space, was completed in January 2009. As of 2010, the Administration building is undergoing a complete renovation. The building should be reoccupied by August of 2011. Degrees and Certificates East Central College offers four transfer oriented degrees: The Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Science (AS) designed for individuals interested in pre-engineering, Associate of Fine Arts (AFA) and the Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT). Those four programs are designed for individuals who plan to complete the freshman and sophomore years of college at East Central and then transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor's degree. The Associate of Applied Science (AAS), and career/technical certificate programs are designed for individuals who plan to enter the workforce after completing the appropriate classes at ECC. Notable alumni Steve Tappmeyer - basketball coach at UMSL Jack Wagner - actor Tom Henke - professional baseball pitcher - retired Athletics ECC competes as member of the NJCAA in the Midwest Community College Athletic Conference. External links East Central College's Main Website East Central College on The City of Union website v · d · eColleges and universities in Missouri Public institutions Central Missouri • Harris-Stowe State • Lincoln • Missouri Southern • Missouri State • Missouri Western • Northwest Missouri State • Southeast Missouri State • Truman State University of Missouri System University of Missouri • Missouri University of Science and Technology • University of Missouri–Kansas City • University of Missouri–St. Louis Private institutions A. T. Still • Avila • Baptist Bible • Central Bible • Central Christian • Central Methodist • College of the Ozarks • Columbia • Concordia Seminary • Covenant • Culver-Stockton • Drury • Evangel • Fontbonne • Hannibal-LaGrange • KCAI • KCUMB • Lindenwood • Logan • Maryville • Midwestern Baptist • Missouri Baptist • Missouri Valley • Nazarene • Ozark Christian • Park • Rockhurst • Saint Louis • Saint Louis Christian • St. Louis College of Pharmacy • Saint Paul • Southwest Baptist • Stephens • Washington University in St. Louis • Webster • Westminster • William Jewell • William Woods Nursing schools Chamberlain • Sinclair • St. Luke's Two-year colleges Cottey • Crowder • East Central • Jefferson • Metropolitan CC • Mineral Area • Moberly Area CC • North Central Missouri • Ozarks TCC • Ranken TC • St. Charles CC • St. Louis CC • State Fair CC • Three Rivers CC • Wentworth v · d · eCommunity Colleges in Metropolitan St. Louis East Central College · Jefferson College · Lewis and Clark · St. Charles · St. Louis · Southwestern Illinois College