Guided pathways creates student support, success map

Guided Pathways helps East Los Angeles College students map out an educational path, specifically tailored to a student, based on interests and skills.
The California Guided Pathways Project teamed up with the Community College Research Center for eight years of research, on American community college students.

October 2, 2020
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ELAC focused on campus equity

East Los Angeles College is a minority majority community college, but that doesn’t mean that it is free of racism.
In efforts for equity ELAC hosted an equity audit dialogue to highlight what was learned from an anti-racism presentation last Friday.
The anti-racism presentation, Fostering and Sustaining Inclusive Classrooms for People of Color was held on Sept. 10. The dialogue was led by the e-convening team and critical topics were explained by the equity ambassadors.

October 2, 2020
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East Los Angeles College Budget meeting highlights financial woes

The East Los Angeles College Budget Committee met over Zoom to discuss details about the budget for the 2020-2021 fiscal year.
Professors and students present in the meeting reported having difficulty with enrolling for classes. Some professors noted that students were wait listing for all sections of a class, while others couldn’t waitlist for classes that reached their maximum capacity.

September 26, 2020
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Census 2020 aims to count everyone

September 26, 2020

Despite litigation concerning the end date for the 2020 Census, data is still being collected and everyone needs to be counted.
2020Census.gov, the Census’ website, has details on response rates for the Census per state. Currently California is at 96.7 percent counted or enumerated.

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Campus News website wins first place

East Los Angeles Campus News won first place in the student news website contest competing with four-year and two-year colleges when the Los Angeles Press Club hosted their 62nd Southern California Journalism Awards on Aug. 29.

September 24, 2020
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Student round table tackles remote learning

The first student leadership roundtable covered the status of the Los Angeles Community College District financially and educationally through remote learning.
Friday, the LACCD Chancellor, Francisco Rodriguez, reminded students that the choice to return to on-campus classes is under the jurisdiction of the Public Health Department.

September 16, 2020
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