The LACCD board of trustees held a meeting to discuss student housing and money that is being lent by the government for the COVID pandemic. Senior Policy Adviser for the law firm Holland and Knight Leslie Pollner, was the first to speak in the meeting.
East Los Angeles College is allowing students to access the school Wi-Fi on campus as a result of COVID-19.
President Joseph R. Biden’s day-one executive orders and the proposed U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021 provide a path to citizenship for many undocumented students, but the order faces some legal challenges. East Los Angeles College’s Dream Resource Center and the Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) held a meeting covering both executive orders and the proposed act on Wednesday.
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.
Current Interim President Alberto J. Roman was unanimously elected as East Los Angeles College’s next permanent president by the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees on Dec. 16. Roman is set to begin on Jan. 1, 2021.
Remote learning classes at East Los Angeles College are expected to be extended into the fall semester of 2021. Since April, classes at ELAC have been online as COVID-19 pandemic continues to go on.
By Juan Calvillo The President Search and Interview Committee narrowed down the list to five finalists, with a final decision expected Dec. 16. Los Angeles Community College District Chancellor Francisco C. Rodriguez said that the finalists will be introduced during a webinar Dec. 4. Rodriguez said in a statement the candidates include Dr. Juan Avalos, Dr. Cynthia Azari, Dr. Robert Frost, Dr. Alberto Roman and Dr. Chris Villa. The finalists…
Over the weekend, the California Chicano News Media Association held the Zoom event “#2020Salazar” that focused on the life and legacy of Chicano Activist and Journalist Ruben Salazar.
Recent break-ins and vandalism at East Los Angeles College leave many worried about campus safety now that the Los Angeles Community College District and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will be cutting ties soon.
The Board of Trustees held its scheduled meeting on Nov. 4 to discuss changes regarding racial equity among students and staff. President Andra Hoffman and trustees met to discuss any changes and news impacting our nine college campuses. Trustees were joined by three veteran students: Kirby Burke, Genevieve Cruz and Reuben Roque, in order to help lead the flag salute in honor of Veterans Day. The Chancellor’s Advisory Committee…