Title V

Title V is a developmental grant funded by the Department of Education, designed to assist Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI). Funds are designed to help HSI's improve and strengthen academic and program offerings, quality and institutional stability.

Click on one of our eight initiatives to discover how Title V funds help to serve ECC students:

Dual Credit

What is Dual Credit?
  • In partnership with local high schools, EL Centro College Dual Credit program offers qualified high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to earn college credit while completing high school requirements.
  • Tuition is free for courses that are considered dual credit. Students receive both high school and college credit for the course(s) they take. There must be an agreement between El Centro College and the high school.

Disability Services


The Disability Services Office (DSO) serves as an advocate to ensure that students attending El Centro College are provided with equal access to all programs and activities available at the college. Experienced rehabilitation professionals provide individually-designed services to minimize the barriers caused by disability and maximize each student’s opportunity for educational success.
All information regarding a student’s disability is confidential and treated accordingly.

Academic Advising

The Academic Advising Office will be closed all day on Friday April 11, 2014 for professional development activities. The advising office will resume normal business hours on Monday April 14, 2014.

Welcome to the El Centro Counseling & Advisement Center online. The departments within this Center form the hub of student services at the college, providing a wide variety of centrally located programs and activities to support students’ pursuit of their academic goals.

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