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  • Dear ECPI University Community:

    Below is the 2012 ECPI University Catalog which contains important information, academic policies and procedures, and other requirements related to the educational programs at ECPI. This catalog is effective today, March 5, 2012 and replaces any previously issued catalogs or policies. You are responsible for keeping informed of official policies and meeting all relevant requirements and I encourage you to review the Catalog and ask us questions.

    Best wishes for a great term.


    Campus President

  • ECPI University Catalog 2012 file
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Campus Safety
by Bryan Penberthy - Monday, 14 July 2014, 08:49 PM



All members of the ECPI Community and visitors are required to obey ECPI regulations. They reflect the policies set by the President and Board of Trustees as well as local, state, and federal laws. Observed, they help to provide a safe environment for all of our staff and students engaged in a wide range of activities.

ECPI College of Technology respects and protects the individual dignity, integrity and reputation of its students. Students must comply with the conventions and regulations that are necessary to maintain order, protect individuals and property, and fulfill the purposes and responsibilities of our schools. ECPI College of Technology is responsible under state law for maintaining order and is empowered to exclude those who are disruptive.


  • Criminal activities and emergencies occurring on ECPI College of Technology facilities should be reported immediately to the Administrative Services office either in person or via a general request form or by telephone.
  • An ECPI College of Technology representative and local authorities will investigate the incident, document the information, and take appropriate action.
  • Crimes that occur at student housing should be reported to the police department having legal jurisdiction for that area, and to Administrative Service office.
  • The Campus director will ensure that all reports of criminal activities or other emergencies occurring on campus will be reported and recorded at each ECPI College of Technology location. Monthly/ quarterly reports will be forwarded to the Administrative Services office at the Virginia Beach main campus. Administrative Services will maintain a record of the following criminal offenses reported to campus security authorities or local police agencies:
    • Weapons Possessions
    • Rape
    • Drug Abuse Violations
    • Robbery 
    • Motor Vehicle
    • Burglary
    • Liquor Law Violations
    • Murder 
    • Aggravated Assault


(Edited by Getachew Abey - original submission Thursday, 7 October 2010, 12:39 PM)

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by Christopher Medina - Tuesday, 13 May 2014, 05:14 PM

ECPI University has partnered with iGrad to offer students an innovative and personalized way to learn about personal finance.  This entertaining software will help you with practical money management, one-on-one federal student loan repayment advice, your resume, your job search, all using games and more. These resources are invaluable and available to you as a student of ECPI University.  

To access iGrad, please go to:  

Sign up now! It is personalized to your specific area of study with  information tailored to your interests and career goals.  

Learn about budgeting, banking, savings, taxes, insurance, financial aid, investing, identity theft and more.

Explore personalized articles, videos and resources that pertain to your field of study. Play a game to test your knowledge like Financial Football, Beware of Spyware or The Financial Game of Life.  

Search for jobs in your field of study in your city, by job type or by location.  Get your resume critiqued.  

Complete any 3 course modules under the Financial Literacy section and get an ECPI University T-shirt (while supplies last).  

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ECPI President Honored with Pro Patria Award
by Bryan Penberthy - Wednesday, 23 June 2010, 10:55 AM

June 23 - Earlier this week, ECPI President Mark Dreyfus was presented with the Pro Patria Award by the Virginia Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Committee. This award is given in recognition of ECPI's support of employees who also serve in the National Guard and Reserve. While the actual trophy states “Virginia Beach Campus,” the presenters stressed that the Award is for ALL of ECPI.

The Pro Patria Award is the highest state-level award that a State Field Committee may present to a civilian employer. ECPI was selected as one of three awardees from approximately 1,000 nominations.

President Dreyfus accepting the Pro Patria Award

Above: ECPI President Mark Dreyfus accepting the Pro Patria Award
from the Virginia Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Committee

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