Black Student Success Week is to provide resources to provide enough resources to African American Students to fulfill their brilliance at community college.
Asking California residents to cut back on water usage is a request that isn’t going to receive positive reactions.
Black Faculty and staff of California’s community colleges focused on the need for safe spaces in classroom settings for students and staff.
The Fourth Annual Student Success Conference focused on encouraging current and future East Los Angeles College students to prepare to transfer and to present for the details of their scholastic future.
Alumni Luis Alvarez and Claudia Buenfil break the transfer process stigma by talking with students about their personal transfer experiences.
The Geography, Geology and Anthropology departments celebrated Earth Day by hosting an open house to share the benefits students can get from taking their courses.
California can make history by becoming the first state across the U.S to enforce 32-hour work weeks instead of 40-hour workweeks.
California’s college and university systems joined the State of California Governor’s office to launch a historical $146 million investment for higher education called The California For All College Corps program.