Welcome to Eastfield College!
This page will give a virtual tour of the campus. We will show some of the more popular spots on campus, and some important places the new student will need to know about. There are pictures of some of the areas so you will know what to look for when you visit the campus. Links are provided for areas with individual pages.
Eastfield College was built in 1970 on land once owned by the Motley Family of Mesquite. The Family Cemetery is located on the South East side of the campus.
Our mascot is the Harvester, and our colors are Blue and Orange.
C Building-Admissions Lobby
Located on the East Side of campus
Admissions:(Room C-119): Students start their journey in Admissions by completing an application on-line (either at home or in our eConnect Center, Room C-127). Transcripts and other documentation for admission are then submitted to the Admissions Office.
Assessment Center:(Room C-316): Students are then directed to the Assessment/Testing Center, Room C-316, for course placement assessment.
Advisement Center: (Room C-120): Academic Advisors are available to assist students in choosing a major and selecting courses for each semester.
ELLA Center: (Room C-125): Students who indicate English is not their first language are advised in the English Language Learning Advisement Center.
Business Office/Cashier's Office: (C-126): Students can pay their tuition and set up payment plans. Eastfield College accepts cash, checks, debit and credit cards as methods of payments.
The Campus Center
The Pit is the main gathering place on campus for students. This is the place to grab a bite to eat from the Subway shop, relax with friends, or watch TV. Student Life holds many of their campus activities in The Pit.
Campus Police (N-112)
Eastfield College has its own police force. Each officer is a licensed police officer. Campus Police Officers are here to serve you by keeping you safe. Report any suspicious activity to them immediately. Call them if you would like them to escort you to your vehicle. During warmer months, you may see some officers riding around campus on Bike Patrol.
Get involved in campus life by attending fun, engaging activities sponsored by the Office of Student Life. Join a club or start one of your own! Learn how you can participate in Student Government, HarveSTAR Orientation Leadership, the Campus Activity Board or the Student Leadership Academy.
Health Center (C-139)
The Health Center provides many free services such as First Aid, Emergency Care, Over-the-Counter Medications, Rest/Illness Areas, Blood Pressure Monitoring, Pregnancy Testing, HIV/AIDS testing, and Tuberculosis Screening.
The Book Store (N-100)
Follett's Book Store stocks all books for all classes offered at Eastfield. They have a variety of Eastfield shirts for sale as well. There is now an online version of Follet, so you can buy your textbooks over the Internet.
Computer Center (L-108)
The Computer Center is available to all currently enrolled Eastfield students. The lab has all the software needed for computer assignments or to type a paper. The Computer Center is not just for computer students. There are also programs for Math, Psychology, Biology, Nutrition and Economics classes. The Internet is available, and all students can sign up for a free Email account with Netmail.
Career Services (C-237B)
Also on the mezzanine above the Pit, Career Services provides job listings, resumé writing skills, and career counseling. These and other services are available to both current and former Eastfield students.
Financial Aid (C-100)
Students who may not be able to pay for college can find assistance through Financial Aid. There are various grants, scholarships and student loans available.
The Library has a wealth of information and services available to students, including study carrels, private group study rooms, TV/VCR review centers and research assistance. Students can even check out books from other DCCCD libraries.
The Art Gallery (F-219c)
Gallery 219, as an integral part of the Fine Art Department of Eastfield College, serves students in the studio art and art history courses of the Fine Art Department, the College community, and the larger community with a full annual schedule of diverse art exhibitions, supporting the understanding and creation of contemporary art. Concentrating primarily on innovative, significant works of contemporary fine art, exhibitions feature the work of regional and national professional artists, along with annual exhibitions by the fine art faculty and the studio art students of the College, enriching the aesthetic environment and comprising a cultural resource for the community. Curatorial essays displayed in the gallery accompany all professional exhibitions, illuminating the means by which the exhibitions reflect the current discourses and practices of contemporary art.
Performance Hall (F-209)
The Performance Hall has been the site for many concerts, plays and lectures. Every Wednesday during the spring and fall semesters a free music recital is held there, open to the public.
The P Building houses the gym and all Physical Education classes, including Golf, Swimming and Tennis. The Eastfield Harvesters Basketball team was the 1997 NJCAA Division III National Champions, and the Baseball team won the 2001 NJCAA Division III World Series. The gym was also the site of home games for the Dallas Express semi-pro basketball team. The locker rooms and other areas of the P building were remodeled in 2004.
The S Building houses the Biology and Chemistry labs as well as a first floor conference room.