EPCC campuses look more like ghost towns

The six EPCC campuses around the city normally see over 28,000 students on their grounds. And though the campuses are still fully operational conducting business through distance learning, these usually sprawling facilities more resemble ghost towns.


The following photos show what the normally bustling campuses look like during the

COVID-19 pandemic shutdown.



Valle Verde

An EPCC physical plant worker sprays weed killer during the COVID-19 closure.


Wide view of an empty Valle Verde parking lot.


A EPCC police officer on a bike near the empty VV Early College High School campus.


A bare A building and gym parking lot.


A view of the usually busy Student Union entrance area. 


 The C building area is normally filled with students making their way to and from classes. 




 Normally, it's nearly impossible to find a parking spot at the ASC's A building.


Administrative Service Center's A building. 


A view of ASC's empty B building parking lot. 



Rio Grande

EPCC's RG campus parking garage is closed during the pandemic.  


The empty Rio Grande campus parking garage. 


No pedestrians visible at the Rio Grande campus during the COVID-19 closure.


Even though the campus is closed. construction still goes on at RG. 




 The empty parking lot of the TM campus.


 The new addition to the TM campus is void of any activity.


 Wide view of an empty TM campus parking lot.


Empty TM campus parking lot.




Empty parking lot to the newly built addition to the Northwest campus.


Side view of empty NW campus parking lot. 


The empty Northwest campus main building entrance during the COVID-19 shutdown.



Mission del Paso

MdP main building is normally full of activity. 


Empty parking lot to MdP campus' Law Enforcement Training Academy.


 Empty Mission del Paso main building.


 MdP campus main parking lot is empty.




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