On campus enrollment for East Los Angeles College is “Saturday, August 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.” said the ELAC website. Students should bring identification information and will be allowed to apply for fall classes.
In-person student services are available Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to new and returning students. Saturday, August 7 will mark East Los Angeles’ College enrollment day. The enrollment day will happen from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Day two of the Electronic Entertainment Exposition focused on “Halo Infinite” and other new titles for Microsoft’s Xbox Series X/S and Square Enix’s upcoming titles.
Video game developers and publishers are showcasing this year’s new and upcoming games at the Entertainment Software Association’s 2021 Electronic Entertainment Exposition.
The District Academic Senate on Thursday remained uncertain of some changes on plans for next semester, while discussing future events.
A total of $60,000 in funds were reallocated to the Associated Student Union Huskie Food Pantry, the ASU Book Rental and the South Gate giveaway during a Budget Academic Committee meeting on May 14.
Incumbent Vice President Rosa Mendoza and ASU Senator Michelle Dang are now President-elect and Vice President of Finance-elect after winning their respective East Los Angeles College Associated Student Union elections. Mendoza defeated Chief Delegate Paul Medina. In the election for Vice President of Finance, ASU Senator Michelle Dang was declared the winner. The candidate who placed first, Lizeth Huerta, withdrew from the election last month. Dang placed second and Michael Graham placed third. The office of President and Vice President of Finance were the only offices that had multiple candidates running.
Paul De La Cerda, former East Los Angeles College Dean, is under criminal investigation after the Los Angeles Community College District board dismissed him in March.
East Los Angeles Women’s Center held a virtual Zoom workshop and screening of the documentary “Rape on the Night Shift” detailing how immigrant women are taken advantage of after hours.
Retirement awaits a few prominent figures of East Los Angeles College including seven faculty members and two staff members.