Daniela Aviles is a 21-year-old woman who was born in Mexico and grew up in Los Angeles. She attends East Los Angeles College and is a first-year peer mentor and is majoring in English.
East Los Angeles College students are handling the changes, due to COVID-19, in different ways, including music to ease the anxieties of being in a worldwide pandemic.
Karen Jaramillo works at a skilled nursing facility where she helps people with Covid-19. She continues her studies at ELAC to further her knowledge in her medical field.
Counselor Carmen Soto from East Los Angeles College hosted “Start at ELAC & Go Anywhere: Tips from Your Counselor.”
There are times when consumers have a difficult time trying to save money, but at the end of the day that money is spent on things that some clearly did not need.
The East Los Angeles College Student Center informed students about available campus resources during the COVID-19 pandemic in a forum held via Zoom.
Students at East Los Angeles College should have access to more financial assistance to help with daily expenses during quarantine.
With there yet to be a vaccine for COVID-19, most college campuses have announced that classes will remain online, but moving to online instruction for the rest of the year can be detrimental for most of the student body.
Chancellor Francisco C. Rodriguez tells LACCD students campuses are only in phase one of four in plan to reopen class rooms.