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East St. Louis Community College Center (ESLCCC) brings excellent educational resources to East St. Louis and surrounding areas by hosting community college programs and services from Kaskaskia College and Southwestern Illinois College. ESLCCC has been in operation since January 1999, offering students the opportunity to gain skills and experiences that will speed them on their way to interesting jobs and satisfying careers. In addition, ESLCCC serves as a community resource for the enrichment of adults and children through a variety of programs and services.
ESLCCC is committed to the values of the community college concept. The uniqueness of the individual and the diversity of his/her needs are recognized and respected. The Center is committed to a philosophy that fosters the dignity and worth of each individual regardless of race, creed, gender, physical abilities and natural or ethnic origin.
As its mission, ESLCCC strives to become the educational and cultural center of the East St. Louis community by providing for the development of academic and vocational skills to all persons who reside in this area. We believe that education is the key to preparing for the economic and social issues of this challenging millennium.
Now Hosting Kaskaskia College (Centralia, Illinois) and Southwestern Illinois College (Belleville, Illinois).
Looking for a career opportunity teaching classes? We have vacancies for CNA and part-time Commercial Custodial instructors. Click here for more details.
Highway Construction Careers Training Program
Students learn about tool use, equipment and the math and communication skills needed to be successful on the job. Click here for more details.
New Green Housing Classes!
Be part of the green housing scene! We have 2 new classes where you can earn college credit and prepare for a nationally recognized certification from the Building Performance Institute. View more class information.
All Students, Faculty and Staff must have valid parking hang tags placed appropriately in the vehicles, and the vehicles must be parked on appropriate parking lot to avoid being ticketed.