By Vanessa Ramos East Los Angeles College hosted Cash for College workshops that gave instructions on how to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) forms and AB540 students helped complete the California Dream Act Application (CADAA) forms Saturday. Along with CADAA filing, the deadline is March 2 for any Cal Grant program consideration. Deadlines for the 2020-2021 school year FAFSA is March 2, and additional…
By Erica Cortes The UCLA’s Center for the Community College Partnership hosted a social painting and planting party on Wednesday in the multi-purpose room. They shared food and painting pots while planting small succulents. The CCCP partnered with UCLA ambassadors to help current students transfer. The event’s objective was to give information about upcoming events and encourage others to join the community. Chely Gonzalez, the program’s coordinator was in charge…
The College Promise program ruins the college experience that new students should have for themselves.
The program gives first-year students two free years of college with other benefits.
East Los Angeles College’sacademic senate met Nov. 26 to discuss the hiring of additional faculty and class scheduling.
Legal issues can be burdensome and anxiety inducing for students, and help can be hard and expensive to find. To help students, the East Los Angeles College Law discipline created the free Legal Aid Clinic Workshop to be held Thursday.
Exercise and fitness are often forgotten when students start college, but they shouldn’t neglect it.
Students of East Los Angeles College are dropping out of math classes due to Assembly Bill 705, which takes away remedial classes for transfer classes.
After giving up his dream of becoming a professional soccer player, Vitor Freitas, discovered new interests and opportunities in the United States which stem from his love of the sport.
The Faculty Association of California Community Colleges told faculty of their discontent with the chancellor of California Community Colleges, Eloy Ortiz Oakley. They spoke at the Academic Senate meeting which was held at East Los Angeles College on May 14.
Behind teary eyes, Nadine Bermudez, Honors Program director, announced the names of the students who will transfer to four-year universities at the Honors Program Certificate Reception yesterday.