The American Federation of Teachers sued Navient, one of the countries largest student loan servicers, on Wednesday for allegedly misguiding borrowers through a vital student loan forgiveness program.
Construction of the new Nursing, Allied Health and Administration of Justice building is set to begin in the fall of 2020 and will be completed by Winter 2022.
The East Los Angeles College Adelante First-Year Experience and Social Science department encouraged students to vote in the midterm election yesterday.
Students can spend the summer studying in Paris for the whole month of July next year. This will be the 42nd time that the European Studies Association program will be studying in Paris.
Students and United States Representatives were honored last Tuesday by the East Los Angeles College Foundation for participating in the ELAC Foundation Marvin Martinez: Washington D.C. Gateway Internship program.
November is Disability Awareness Month and the Diversabilities Support Program and Services (DSPS) is sending out newsletters this upcoming week to faculty and staff to raise attention.
The federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program implemented CalFresh in California, which aims to provide help to low-income residents.
Architecture students began constructing life-size cardboard cutouts of themselves at the E-7 building Monday for their Environmental Design 101 course at ELAC.
East Los Angeles College Entrepreneurs Club hosted a coding workshop last Thursday night for female students.
The City of South Gate hosted local schools and organizations at “Family Day in the Park” in South Gate Park on Saturday, as they presented the new city brand.