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Employment Rate

Employment Rate
82.47% of students who completed career technical programs at ECC in 2018– were employed in related fields, while 7.14% pursued further education.
Student-to-Faculty Ratio

Student to Faculty Ratio
The 15:1 student to faculty ration is among the lowest in Missouri.
Nursing Licensure Pass Rate

Nursing Licensure Pass Rate
Nursing program students at ECC had a 98% professional licensure pass rate in 2020.
Annual Tuition Cost

Annual Cost
Annual cost for in-district students taking 30 credit hours, compared to average cost of $10,440 for four-year public institutions, or $36,880 for four-year private instituions.
Alfred Ulloa
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Blake Ross
Union, Missouri
Liberal Studies
Jocelyn Dixion
Marthasville, Missouri
Arts and Humanities, Journalism
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Upcoming Events

Band Concert
December 7 in the theatre at 7 p.m.

Register for Tickets

Tuesday, December 7
7:00 pm

The last day of fall semester 16-week classes is Dec. 7.

Tuesday, December 7
All Day

Dinner and Concert at John G’s
Featuring ECC Jazz Band

109 W Main
Washington, MO 63090

Thursday, December 9, 2021

Dinner starts at 4:30 p.m. and throughout the free concert

For information, call 636-239-5010

Thursday, December 9
4:30 pm

ECC Theatre presents The Sparrow performed by the Acting I/II class

Directed by Grace Austin

Ten years ago Emily Book, the lone survivor of a horrible school bus accident, was sent away from the tiny town of Spring Farm. Now, in her senior year, Emily returns. Can this strange girl with even stranger powers be the hero that her town is longing for…or is the end of everyone who lives there?

Thursday, December 9th at 7pm. Free Admission, reservations required. Please visit to reserve your seat. This show runs 90 minutes with no intermission.

Thursday, December 9
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Musicke’s Cordes

December 10 • 4 p.m. • HH 105

Soprano Arianna Aerie joins the duo Musicke’s Cordes
(Samuel Breene, baroque violin and Jeffrey Noonan,
theorbo & archlute) for a holiday concert. This program
features music for voice and baroque violin tied to 17thcentury
German courts and chapels. Highlights of the
concert include a sonata based on a German Advent hymn
and a German cantata by the female Italian composer
Caterina Giani.

Friday, December 10
4:00 pm

Winter Intersession Begins Dec. 15. The last day of classes are January 12.

Wednesday, December 15
All Day