The COVID-19 pandemic has made online education, however temporary it may be, the norm and it could pose a threat to college enrollment.
Hundreds of East Los Angeles College graduates of the class of 2020 will gather virtually to be recognized in the district’s first ever virtual commencement ceremony on June 9.
Governor Gavin Newsom announced budget cuts to higher education to balance California’s budget following the COVID-19 pandemic.
With College campuses closed for the rest of the semester due to COVID-19 transfer-students are not able to tour campuses. This unique situation brings forth another way students can evaluate transfer options
Many classes have students who enjoy talking with or talking over the professor, whether that be agreeing with them or adding what they believe to be a funny comment.
Campus employees across the Los Angeles Community College District will wear face coverings on district properties to adhere to city orders to protect against COVID-19.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, California has plans to release around 3,500 inmates from prison early as the virus spreads throughout the prison system.
The Los Angeles Community College District’s Chief Information Security Officer Patrick Luce released a written statement April 9 regarding Zoom’s security and privacy issues.
The executive meeting was held to discuss motions and to put together an agenda with a list of considerations and reminders for an upcoming meeting.
Residents of Los Angeles county experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or know people vulnerable to the virus can get tested for free at the drive-up site at East Los Angeles College.