What is Digie?

DIGIE stands for Digital Information Gateway In El Paso.

DIGIE is a vast collection of images and videos exploring El Paso’s past and present. It examines its people and its many cultures on giant 3-D touch-sensitive TV screens at the Museum of History and on a mobile Mini-Digie as well. Our Mini-Digie will be transported to classrooms, malls, community centers and other locations where citizens gather so everyone has the opportunity to experience and be included in El Paso’s digital history.

The collection of images that powers DIGIE can also be browsed on this website. Most importantly, you can upload your own collection of images telling your own life story or your family history for all to share.

Just select the UPLOAD button to register. Now you are ready to start sharing your El Paso!

Read more about DIGIE here or for more information click this site http://youtu.be/30oS6LzrBqg.

Latest contributions

EPCC First STS Students

The Student Technology Services program, which provides students with an opportunity to gain professional experience while earning an income, opened....

EPCC Valle Verde Additions

A new classroom and lab building and the Americana Language Village Addition were added to the Valle Verde Campus.

EPCC 1987 High Enrollment and Commencement Numbers

Spring credit enrollment set a new record of 15,100 and more than 750 students participated in commencement.

EPCC First Arts Festival

EPCC held its first Arts Festival.

EPCC Health Program Receives HOPE Funding

In February, a grant from Project Hope supported the creation and establishment of 12 programs at EPCC in the fields...

EPCC First Seal Design

A community-wide competition is held and a design by Mrs. Edwin Dale is chosen as EPCC’s first college seal.

EPCC Enrolls 901 Students for First Year

Startup funding for the college was acquired when Senator Joe Christie, the Board of Trustees and citizens of the community...

EPCC Admissions Line in 1972

First EPCC students in line to register for classes at the first El Paso Community College "campus" on Fort Bliss....

EPCC Veterans Resource Center Opened

EPCC opened a Veterans Resource Center at the VV Campus. in 2018, an additional Veterans Resource Center opened at the...

EPCC Men's Baseball

The Board of Trustees approved an intercollegiate athletic program starting with men's baseball and women's fast-pitch softball.


EPCC Rio Grande Learning Resource Center Completed circa 1996

The Learning Resource Center Addition at Rio Grande was completed. The cost of the remodeling and construction was approximately $1.5...

EPCC Redesigned Version of the Original Logo

Chris Oatley blended regional history and educational metaphor into a newly redesigned version of the original logo, which with its...

EPCC Advanced Industrial Technology Training Center Established

The Advanced Industrial Technology Training Center was established to aid the economic development of El Paso by training displaced workers...

EPCC New College Logo and Official Seal

EPCC's original logo of a river flowing through the mountains was replaced by a new college Logo and Official Seal...

EPCC Transmountain Campus Completed

EPCC’s third campus, Transmountain, began offering classes in northeast El Paso for the Fall semester.

EPCC Valle Verde Campus Completed

The Valle Verde campus was completed at a cost of $15.5 million in time for fall 1978 classes. The opening...

EPCC Rio Grande Campus Completed

The dedication and ribbon-cutting of the Rio Grande campus took place in Fall 1975 and allowed all of the allied...

EPCC First Graduating Class

EPCC graduates 28 students in its first class. Since that time, EPCC students have earned more than 80,000 degrees.

EPCC First Day Classes Begin

While community leaders continued to seek additional funding, the first day classes began in buildings leased from the U.S. Army...

El Paso Community College District Established

The El Paso County Community College District was established when the citizens of El Paso County voted to form a...

Loretto Academy Class of 1970

El Paso, Tx. Pictured: Joanna Marie Smith, Mary D. Schumm, Ma Theresa Sierra and Martha Elva Soto.

Loretto Academy Class of 1970

El Paso, TX. Pictured: Anna Graciela Huerta, Virginia Ibarra and Angela Marie Lally.

Loretto Academy Class of 1970

El Paso, TX. Pictured: Annie Blanco, Catherine Bombach, Annette Burrus, Josephine Caigoy, Consuelo Castro, Susanna Castillo, Astrid E. Carbajal and...

Loretto Academy Class of 1970

El Paso, TX. Pictured: Judy Ann Fuentes, Judith Ann Franco, Roxanne C. Frede and Alma Maria Garcia.