Attention all aspiring El Paso students and even students out of El Paso! Mark your calendars for the EPCC Tejano Day, a day where you can visit the Mission Del Paso Campus and get a special tour while having some fun!

The community is invited to EPCC’s Tejano Day for a special open house event on Saturday, May 4th, 2024, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. This event promises a great experience in the world of higher education, career pathways, and community engagement.

Whether you’re a high school senior mapping out your next steps, a homeschooler seeking diverse educational opportunities, or someone who missed out on previous college-bound events, this is your chance to explore the possibilities at El Paso Community College.

Guests will be able to check out the beautiful Mission Del Paso Campus which is located at 10700 Gateway Blvd, and engage with faculty members to gain insights into EPCC’s career and technical programs. 

You will also be able to connect with community vendors and discover student resources tailored to support your academic journey.

One of the highlights of Tejano Day is the opportunity for on-site enrollment. Bring along your transcripts and leave with a secured spot for the upcoming summer and fall semesters. 

PLUS: You can join in on a special scavenger hunt for a chance at winning some pretty awesome prizes like AirPods!! And of course, enjoy some food and enjoy refreshing refreshments!

EPCC Tejano Day welcomes all prospective students and their families to this special open house event to experience the campus in person and ask any questions they may have!

KISS-FM will be out there so come on by and say hello to me, Iris, and play some games and have some fun!

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