East Los Angeles College Academic Senate discussed a new proposal that would improve online Career Technological Education Pathways to benefit students going from business to law careers.
The Los Angeles Community College District is in the process of purchasing a custom safety app that would protect students in an emergency or natural disaster.
ASU candidate Jose Pelaez had one of his posters vandalized Thursday, with the words “You need to speak English first” written across it.
The Point Foundation opens scholarship opportunities for LGBTQ students attending community college to receive up to $3,700 for tuition and a chance to be a part of their network of LGBTQ scholars.
Help for formerly or currently incarcerated students will be offered at ELAC starting July thanks to a $114,636 grant from the state of California. ELAC is one of 52 community colleges in California to receive the grant.
First year college students from the Adelante First Year Experience program had a special event called Power Majors on Friday.
East Los Angeles College Financial Aid office held its Financial Aid Awareness Day last Wednesday. Advisers were there to answer questions students had about financial aid and provided helpful information about some services the office has to offer.
East Los Angeles College hosted the “Student Life Orientation” event, which consisted of four presentations of different programs that benefit new and current students.
The Women’s Center held a workshop on Thursday to discuss the role of boys and men in the fight to end sexual assault.
The East Los Angeles College Transfer Center will be holding an undocumented student transfer workshop today from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. in D-7.