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Our Campus Neighbors

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A wide range of programs and services are located on the East St. Louis Higher Education Campus (ESLHEC), where the SIUE East St. Louis Center is also housed. SIUE shares this beautiful campus with several partners, agencies and entities. Check out our other neighbors!        

  •  U.S. Congressman William “Bill” Enyart holds office space in the ESLC Director’s Suite in Building A, Room 1051. The congressman grew up in Illinois and represents the 12th District. Enyart served in the military for 30 years. He believes that experience can help cut through Washington gridlock and bring people together to focus on rebuilding the economy. His top priorities are fighting for good jobs, sensibly reducing the deficit and fighting for southern Illinois values.

Learn more about Congresssman Bill Enyart

  • The Greater East St. Louis Community Fund (GESLCF) is also housed in the ESLC Director’s Suite in Building A, Room 1043. The GESLCF helps residents of the East St. Louis and Brooklyn communities move up and out of poverty and works to improve the Greater East St. Louis area.

Learn more about the Greater East St. Louis Community Fund

  • Building E on the ESLHEC houses the Division of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) through the Illinois Department of Human Services. The DRS is the state’s leading agency serving individuals with disabilities. DRS works in partnership with people with disabilities and their families to help them find employment and educational and independent living opportunities. For more information, call (618) 583-2560 TTY: (888) 460-5117 or Fax: (618) 583-2565.
  • Located in Building E on the ESLHEC, is Job Corps, a free education and training program for young people. Job Corps helps youth earn a high school diploma or a General Education Diploma (GED), learn a job skill, and find and keep a good job. For eligible young people at least 16 years of age who qualify as low income, Job Corps provides the all-around skills needed to succeed in a career and in life. To take advantage of these services, please contact (618) 271-7750.
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  • The Southern Illinois Collegiate Common Market (SICCM) administrative office is housed in Building B. Organized in 1973, SICCM is a not-for-profit organization which provides a means of sharing human and material resources in higher education. Through cooperation, more effective programs can be initiated and duplication of costs can be avoided. Working together, the consortium has been successful in the creation of innovative delivery systems, increased educational opportunity and better accessibility to higher education for all people in the region. The region served by SICCM comprises a large segment of the southern portion of the state of Illinois. The geographic area of SICCM covers all or part of 18 counties. This area stretches over 100 miles north to south and 100 miles east to west. Because the regions of the five cooperating colleges are large, traveling is an integral element of the consortium program. Completion of these programs may require travel up to one hour or more to clinical affiliates and to the SICCM lab/classrooms.

 The consortium includes six participating institutions. Members of the consortium include:

  • Southern Illinois University (both Carbondale and Edwardsville campuses)
  • John A. Logan College, Carterville
  • Kaskaskia College, Centralia
  • Rend Lake College, Ina
  • Shawnee Community College, Ullin
  • Southeastern Illinois College, Harrisburg


Learn more about the Southern Illinois Collegiate Common Market

  • With administrative offices in Building A, the East St. Louis Community College Center (ESLCCC) brings an excellent educational resource to the East St. Louis community by offering college classes from Southwestern Illinois College, Kaskaskia College and Shawnee Community College. ESLCCC has been in operation since January 1999, allowing students in East St. Louis and the surrounding areas to gain skills and experience to speed their way to interesting jobs and satisfying careers. In addition, ESLCCC serves as a community resource for the enrichment of young adults and children through a variety of programs offered on site. ESLCCC is administered by the Southern Illinois Collegiate Common Market (SICCM), a not-for-profit group of four community colleges and two universities who work together under the direction of the Illinois Community College Board to provide classes and services to the East St. Louis region. For more information,

call (618) 874-8700 or Fax: (618) 874-8731 and (618) 874-8733.

Learn more about the East St. Louis Community College Center