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Amount of Financial Aid Offered
$8.7 Million

in Financial Aid
Over $8.7 million in financial aid was awarded to East Central students in 2019.
Student-to-Faculty Ratio

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

Radiologic Technology Licensure Pass Rate
Radiologic Technology students at ECC had a 100% professional licensure pass rate in 2020.
Performance of Transfer Students at University
3.26 GPA

Transfer Performance
The cumulative first-year GPA of ECC transfer students it 3.26, in the 87th percentile nationally.
Sara Schaible
Union, MO
General Business
Anna Schaible
Union, MO
General Studies
Donna Hall
Warrenton, MO
Liberal Studies
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Upcoming Events

April is the East Central College Month of Service. There will be various volunteer opportunities for students, faculty and staff throughout the month of April!

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For questions or more information, contact Shanee Haynes at or 636-584-6649

Thursday, April 1 – Friday, April 30
All Day

MSHSSA Choir festival is Sunday, April 18

Sunday, April 18
All Day

The East Central College Art & Design Students Annual Exhibition will be from April 21 – May 6 in the Hansen Hall Art Gallery.

End the school year by visiting this showcase of our ECC art students’ work. Chosen from numerous entries, the works in the show were selected because of the quality of the works and the ideas engaged in the work. Come join us to celebrate the hard work and accomplishments of our students.

A reception for this exhibit will be on April 29 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Wednesday, April 21
All Day

The documentary Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings the Band will be on April 29, at 7 p.m. outdoors in ECC’s The Glen, hosted in conjunction with the ECC Jazz Clinic.

She was ahead of her time, a genius. During an era when Jazz was the nation’s popular music, Mary Lou Williams was one of its greatest innovators. As both a pianist and composer, she was a font of daring and creativity that helped shape the sound of 20th century America. And like the dynamic, turbulent nation in which she lived, Williams seemed to redefine herself with every passing decade.

From child prodigy to “Boogie-Woogie Queen” to groundbreaking composer to mentoring some of the greatest musicians of all time, Mary Lou Williams never ceased to astound those who heard her play. But away from the piano, Williams was a woman in a “man’s world,” a black person in a “whites only” society, an ambitious artist who dared to be different, and who struggled against the imperatives of being a “star.” Above all, she did not fit the (still) prevailing notions of where genius comes from or what it looks like. Time and again, she pushed back against a world that said, “You can’t” and said, “I can.” It nearly cost her everything.

Thursday, April 29
7:00 pm

Jazz Clinic Thursday, April 29
The Jazz Band will be performing music by Mary Lou Williams and will follow the performance with a viewing of the documentary “The Lady Who Swings the Band.”

Thursday, April 29
All Day

Jazz Clinic Friday, April 30, 2021
The second day of the Jazz Clinic will have a performance by the Adam Maness Trio.

Friday, April 30
All Day