<![CDATA[East Central Community College - Campus Tour]]>Sat, 06 Feb 2016 13:00:19 -0600EditMySite<![CDATA[Welcome to East Central Community College, Decatur, MS]]>Wed, 07 Mar 2012 00:31:38 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/welcome-to-east-central-community-college-decatur-ms ]]><![CDATA[ECCC]]>Tue, 06 Mar 2012 00:33:35 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/eccc ]]><![CDATA[East Mall]]>Mon, 05 Mar 2012 00:49:17 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/east-mallPicture
 

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<![CDATA[Chris Gay IV Memorial Baseball Field/Jamie Clark Memorial Stadium]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 01:27:47 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/chris-gay-iv-memorial-baseball-fieldjamie-clark-memorial-stadium
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<![CDATA[Bill & Louise Bailey Stadium]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 01:26:01 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/bill-louise-bailey-stadium
This facility anchors the North Campus Athletic Complex, and is the home of the Warrior football team. In addition to college football home games, the facility is utilized for other athletic, community, and institutional events. Severely damaged by hurricane Katrina in 2005, the stadium was refurbished with federal and private funds.
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<![CDATA[Vocational Technical Annex]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 01:24:45 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/vocational-technical-annex
Completed in 1969, this building is located on the north side of the campus and contains classrooms, offices, and laboratories for cosmetology and carpentry and cabinet making programs
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<![CDATA[Newton Hall]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 00:47:43 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/newton-hall
This two-story classroom building was constructed in 1975 and houses the English, Social Science, History, Education, and Psychology departments. Also, sixteen faculty offices are located in this building along with several support  facilities.
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<![CDATA[Burton Library]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 00:44:19 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/burton-library
The present library building was occupied during the 1976-77 academic year. The library was named in honor of retired head librarian, Ms. Mamie Ethel Burton, during a dedication ceremony Fall of 1976. Burton Library is located near the center of the campus and provides adequate shelving space to house approximately 50,000 volumes, as well as study rooms, a leisure reading area and special collection holdings . The library has a seating capacity of 250, mostly individual study carrels. Provisions are made for housing non-book materials and for meeting technological changes and needs.
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<![CDATA[Walter Arno Vincent Administration Building]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 00:42:53 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/walter-arno-vincent-administration-building
Occupied at the beginning of the 1978-79 school year, the administration building houses the offices of the president, vice president for instruction, vice president for business operations, vice president for foundation and alumni relations, director abe/ged, director for technology management, and the Board of Trustees’ room. Proper vault facilities for the business office and adequate storage for all offices are provided in the building. The 7,995 square foot facility was built in 1962 as the library for the College but was renovated for administrative use when the Burton Library was occupied. It is modern, spacious, and comfortable and is located on the front of the campus adjacent to Huff Auditorium.
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<![CDATA[Brackeen-Wood Physical Education Building]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 00:41:33 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/brackeen-wood-physical-education-building
This building was constructed in 1970 and is located near the football stadium.  Offices for football, baseball, basketball, soccer, and softball are housed in this facility, in addition to dressing facilities, the varsity basketball court, and the weight room.
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<![CDATA[Eddie M. Smith Student Services Building]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 00:40:23 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/eddie-m-smith-student-services-building
Student Services moved into this modern 12,500 square foot complex in the summer of 1999. This ultra modern building houses Student Services, Financial Aid, Office of Housing, Dean of Students, Admissions, Records, and Research, and the Career Center. This complex also contains conference rooms and counselors’ offices. Phase II of the Student Union opened during the spring of 2006. This 20,749 square foot addition to the Student Union houses the Office of Admissions, Records, and Research, the Student Grill, Bookstore, Activity Center, Fitness Center, a computer lab, and a student lounge area.
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<![CDATA[Bradford J. Tucker Applied Technology Center]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 00:39:09 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/bradford-j-tucker-applied-technology-centerPicture
Containing more than 58,000 square feet of floor space, this facility opened in 1969 and houses automotive technology, collision repair technology, business and office technology, computer technology, drafting and design technology,  electrical technology, heating and air conditioning technology, machine shop technology, and welding.

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<![CDATA[Workforce Development]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 00:37:28 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/workforce-developmentPicture
Completed in 1995, this modern building has more than 2,700 square feet. Its nine offices and conference room provide space for the industrial and economic development activities of the College.

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<![CDATA[Ovid S. Vickers Building]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 00:36:32 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/ovid-s-vickers-buildingPicture
Occupied in 1969, this facility contains a 212 seat auditorium, a choral room, a band hall, a music library, a listening room, classrooms, and art studios.

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<![CDATA[Associate Degree Nursing/Childcare Building]]>Wed, 29 Feb 2012 00:35:31 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/associate-degree-nursingchildcare-buildingPicture
Containing over 20,000 square feet of floor space, this facility opened in 1996 and houses the associate degree and practical nursing and early childhood education. This modern facility contains classrooms, lecture rooms, computer labs, and laboratories.

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<![CDATA[Huff Auditorium]]>Fri, 03 Feb 2012 00:46:17 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/huff-auditorium
Huff Auditorium is a place where we have a large auditorium and hold lots of meetings.  Public Information is housed here.
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<![CDATA[Winston Hall]]>Wed, 01 Feb 2012 01:23:29 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/winston-hall
  • Two floors, 41 rooms, a capacity of 82 students
  • Central air and heat
  • Two-room suites connected by a bathroom
  • Coin-operated washer and dryer
  • Coke and vending machines
  • Separate apartment for the residence hall supervisor
  • One room fully equipped for handicapped students
  • Telephone services available in all rooms
  • All rooms cable TV accessible
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<![CDATA[Todd Hall]]>Wed, 01 Feb 2012 01:22:27 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/todd-hall
  • Two floors, 30 rooms, a capacity of 60 students
  • Individual heating and cooling units in each room
  • Two-,three-,four-, and six-room suites
  • Separate suite for the residence hall supervisor
  • One room fully equipped for handicapped students
  • Telephone services available in all rooms
  • All rooms cable TV accessible
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<![CDATA[Scott Hall]]>Wed, 01 Feb 2012 01:21:31 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/scott-hall
  • Two floors, 30 rooms, a capacity of 60 students
  • Central air and heat
  • Two-room suites connected by a bathroom
  • Coin-operated washer and dryer
  • Separate apartment for the residence hall supervisor
  • Telephone services available in all rooms
  • All rooms cable TV accessible
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<![CDATA[Neshoba Hall]]>Wed, 01 Feb 2012 01:20:26 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/neshoba-hall
  • Two floors, 28 rooms, a capacity of 56 students
  • Central air and heat
  • Two-room suites connected by a bathroom
  • Coin-operated washer and dryer
  • Separate two-room suite for the residence hall supervisor
  • Telephone services available in all rooms
  • All rooms cable TV accessible
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<![CDATA[Newsome Hall]]>Wed, 01 Feb 2012 01:15:22 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/newsome-hall
  • Two floors, 26 rooms, a capacity of 52 students
  • Individual heating and cooling units in each room
  • Two-room suites connected by a bathroom
  • Carpet in all rooms
  • Lobby with a TV
  • Kitchen for student use
  • Coin-operated washer and dryer
  • Coke and vending machines
  • Separate apartment for the residence hall supervisor
  • One room fully equipped for handicapped students
  • Telephone services available in all rooms
  • All rooms cable TV accessible
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<![CDATA[Leake Hall]]>Wed, 01 Feb 2012 01:11:48 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/leake-hall
This two-story building containing sixteen apartments was originally constructed for married students.  Today it is occupied by both faculty, honor students, and married students. A major renovation of this building was completed during the 1994 spring semester.
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<![CDATA[Jackson Hall]]>Wed, 01 Feb 2012 01:09:20 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/jackson-hall
  • Three floors, 59 rooms, a capacity of 118 students
  • Central air and heat
  • Carpet in all rooms
  • Lobby with a TV
  • Kitchen for student use
  • Coin-operated washer and dryer
  • Coke and vending machines
  • Separate apartment for the residence hall supervisor
  • One rooms fully equipped for handicapped students
  • Telephone services available in all rooms
  • All rooms cable TV accessible
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<![CDATA[Erma Lee Barber Hall]]>Wed, 01 Feb 2012 01:06:24 GMThttp://www.eccc.edu/campus-tour1/erma-lee-barber-hall
  • Two floors, 64 rooms, a capacity of 128 students
  • Central air and heat
  • Lobby with a TV
  • Separate study area
  • Kitchen for student use
  • Coin-operated washer and dryer
  • Coke and vending machines
  • Separate apartment for the residence hall supervisor
  • One room fully equipped for handicapped students
  • Telephone services available in all rooms
  • All rooms cable TV accessible
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