The COVID-19 pandemic has made online education, however temporary it may be, the norm and it could pose a threat to college enrollment.
Students within the Los Angeles Community College District participated in a survey for the Spring that focused on understanding the effects of the online learning transition.
As East Los Angeles College transitions to eLumen, Jeffrey Hernandez said Student Learning Outcomes will now be embedded into the Course Outline of Record at the Academic Senate zoom meeting yesterday. Despite the two-week setback with eLumen, the changes will be made.
The second set of Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act payouts will be sent out to East Los Angeles College students who automatically qualify for a payment. The CARES Act was signed into law on March 27 to assist those in financial need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Issue 20 of ELAC Campus News was written by Spring 2020 Journalism-101 students, or “pups,” as they’re called in the newsroom. With the help of the current Campus News staff and page editors, the team was able to create this week’s issue exclusively online. After issue 15 of Campus News, published on March 11, the staff had to shift the newsroom into a virtual work environment due to the campus…
Governor Gavin Newsom announced budget cuts to higher education to balance California’s budget following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Los Angeles Community College District discussed economic and student issues in a virtual town hall meeting held on Thursday.
The East Los Angeles College Sociology Club had a discussion on how hegemonic masculinity is related to popular culture and the media
The East Los Angeles College Student Health Center’s pet therapy Zoom meeting is aimed to provide students a relaxation period from the COVID-19 class conversion.