Kaplan College, El Paso campus is located just minutes from I-10 and North Lee Trevino Drive and is easily accessible from anywhere in El Paso. Ample parking is available on site. An additional classroom facility is operated at 1231 Lee Trevino, which consists of 10,000 square feet and houses classrooms, offices, a reception area, and a student lounge.
A Convenient El Paso, Texas Location
El Paso is located in the westernmost corner of Texas near the borders of New Mexico and Mexico. It is the fourth largest city and the fourth most populous city in Texas. Combined with Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, which lies just across the border and across the Rio Grande, about 2.2 million live in the area, forming the largest population center on any international border in the world.*
El Paso is a youthful city with a median age of 27 years. Native Indians, Spanish conquistadors, Central and South Americans, Europeans, and Asians have influenced El Paso over several centuries, and the city's rich artistic and cultural diversity is celebrated by residents and visitors alike.
Among the many advantages of living in El Paso is a low cost of living due, in part, to no state, county, or city income taxes. The Fort Bliss military base, defense-related businesses, education, retail and wholesale trades, manufacturing, agriculture, and the maquila industry in Ciudad Juarez form the city's economic base.