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Fall Semester at ECC


Schedules

The 12-week fall semester begins on September 27, 2021. ECC plans for a transitional return to normal operations during the fall 2021 semester, including face-to-face courses and popular general education courses. Find available classes by using our online catalog search. If you need help planning your schedule, please make an appointment with an academic advisor through the mobile app on the student portal or by emailing advising@elgin.edu

If you have any questions or concerns, reach out to us at deanofstudentservices@elgin.edu. We are here to support you every step of your journey to meet your academic and career goals.

Illinois Testing Mandate

Per Aug. 26, 2021, Executive Order 2021-20 (COVID-19 EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 87), Elgin Community College is actively working to put procedures in place for students and employees to provide proof of vaccination, on-site testing on campus to accommodate the governor’s weekly requirement, on-campus and community vaccination clinics, and other compliance-related protocols. Face coverings are required when in campus facilities regardless of vaccination status. Two self-service stations with a digital temperature scanner, mask dispenser, and hand sanitizer are located at Building A and H entrances. Additional mask dispensers are located in Buildings E, K, O, and M.

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Wellness Services

ECC's Student Wellness Services is offering four fall student support groups. Check out groups or one-on-one counseling through student wellness if you are struggling this semester.

  • PRIDE Talk (LGBTQ Support): Addressing challenges within the LGBTQ community, coming out and coming to terms with gender identity, coping with gender dysphoria, dating, and building self-confidence.
  • Healthy Emotions Group: Addressing Anxiety and Depression, coping skills to promote mood regulation, etc.
  • My Place in the World: Helping students navigate their environment; discussing topics of healthy relationships with self and others, establishing healthy boundaries, and building self-confidence.
  • Self Preservation Group: Helping students challenge harmful thoughts, practice self-care, engage in mindfulness training, and promote healthy communication.

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