Enrollment for students at the Los Angeles Community College District are at lower levels compared to last year, jeopardizing the personal success of minority students.
Anxiety Resource for Campus Help (ARCH) held a Stress Workshop with Pasadena, East Los Angeles, Citrus, and Rio Hondo campus resources on Friday.
By: Raymond Nava The East Los Angeles College Academic Senate met last Tuesday and discussed a proposed process of reopening the campus for in person classes. The senate also took up a variety of other issues as well as taking action on them. Among some of the important actions and discussions at the meeting were whether to approve a shared governance process, whether to add back lost hours due to…
Health Educator from the Department of Health Alicia Martinez-Vargas, dismantled the myth that one can get COVID from the vaccine itself.
ELAC’S latest work-shop on Financial Aid covered how to apply for Financial Aid in 2021-2022 and answers many questions students often have.
Ideas on ensuring a focused learning environment on campus during risk of COVID-19 Infections was the main topic of the Academic Senate meeting.
Los Angeles Community College District Board President Steve Veres said students and DACA are LACCDs main focus for growth at the DACA/Immigration Task Force Meeting via Zoom.
East Los Angeles College Academic Senate unanimously approved a motion to create an ad-hoc committee, to acknowledge the first native inhabitants that resided on ELAC’s present site.
East Los Angeles College will receive a refund from the district and has set student needs as its priority for the 2021 Spring semester budget.
Changes are proposed to both current immigration laws in the form of the United States Citizenship Act of 2021, and public charge rules. Julie Mitchell, managing attorney at the Central American Resource Center (CARECEN), said the Trump administration made public charge much more confusing by changing the definition.