The SCC Urban Campus is the newest campus addition to EICC. Rightly named, it sits in the bustling metropolitan area along Third Street, between Main and Brady streets.
The Urban Campus was born from two former bank buildings, which were completely gutted and remodeled, and a new building that connects the two. The west building, at the corner of Third and Main Streets, holds classrooms and up to 1,500 students. The east building primarily holds EICC administrative offices as well as two Continuing Education classrooms and a coffee shop.
There's also a community room for hosting large events.
There are many free parking options at the SCC Urban Campus.
There is free, two-hour, on-street parking, including limited accessible spots. Or you can park for free on the top floor of the Harrison Parking Ramp (in the 300 block of West Second Street) and the Redstone Parking Ramp (100 block of West River Drive) with an Urban Campus parking permit. Get your parking permit from the Student Service Office on the first floor of the Urban Campus. Bring your license plate number.