College Corps is a program that works to engage with undergraduate students in solving problems in their community, while also learning key skills that advance their own success academically and in the workforce.
Careers in the field of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics are on the rise. Hundreds of resources are available for students to gain experiences and be successful in STEM careers.
Vice President of Student Services Miguel Dueñas talked about Student Equity or SEAP 2.0. Dueñas explained how this new plan is more community-driven.
Monday’s LGBTQ+ Inclusivity and Awareness for Allies event focused on urging allies of the LGBTQ+ community to be actively involved in making all public spaces open and free of judgment for everyone.
Student mental health was in focus as dogs were on campus providing a moment respite in both physical and emotional means.
After a car accident resulted in paralyzation at the age of 18, Ronald “Ron” Aguilar shifted his focus from gang-related activities to completing his education.
The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) was enacted in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush to prohibit discrimination of disabilities in workplaces, transportation, public facilities and education.
In 2010, ELAC instructor Linda Wilbur wrote a grant with the University of California Los Angeles for the Side-By-Side program.
East Los Angeles College departments and services have to request Diversabilities Support Program and Services for training on how to better serve disabled students, but some services have not received training since the onset of the pandemic.