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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).  

  • Instructions for setting up an iPad from library file
  • Setting up your e-book from Coursesmart PDF document

  • We want to make sure all students know what the Students F.I.R.S.T initiative is all about. In the next week or so, we will be visiting your classes to talk about this initiative.
    What is a Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)?
    • It is an initiative designed to improve students' learning and the learning environment.
    • It is supposed to support the mission of the University.
    • It is required in order for us to be re-accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).

    What is our initiative?
    • It is called "Students F.I.R.S.T.,” which stands for "Students Find Information and Resources to Succeed Today."
    • It is an ongoing and integral part of ECPI University.
    • It helps students to strengthen their Information Literacy so that they can learn more about their chosen professions.

    What is Information Literacy?
    • It is the ability to locate, understand, assess, and use information in order to solve a problem or to learn more about a topic.

    How does this affect me?
    • Students are better able to prepare for life after graduation, and they become more involved in their future professions while still in school.
    • They also develop documentation of their new professional skills through use of portfolios, certifications, licenses, etc.
    • They can use this for their career search later too.
    • They also have the opportunity to participate in professional organizations and perform community service activities that are relevant to their professions.

    Where do I find out more? Brochures



    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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Moodle2 is coming!
by Andrew Feist Ph.D. - Sunday, 4 November 2012, 11:48 PM
We are in the process of moving from our current Moodle 1 server here to an upgraded Moodle 2 server! We are rolling the new server out a few classes at a time, so check with your instructor whether your course is on the current Moodle 1 server or on the new Moodle 2 server at (This should be available to you in your Favorites, if you are on an on-campus computer.)

Your ECPI standard login (i.e., the same one you use to log into the machines on campus) will work for the Moodle 2 server as well; to create your account simply log in. (You will need to create your account before your instructor can add you to the course, so the first time you log in you will not see your course. Once your instructor tells you you have been added, log in again.)

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