The second set of Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act payouts will be sent out to East Los Angeles College students who automatically qualify for a payment. The CARES Act was signed into law on March 27 to assist those in financial need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
Cheating is easier than it has ever been. We have Covid-19 to thank.
Governor Gavin Newsom announced budget cuts to higher education to balance California’s budget following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The beach is a place where we can go and enjoy the ocean breeze and create summer memories with the ones we enjoy being with but now is not the time to do that, we should continue to stay home and defeat Covid-19 so that we as people can create new summer memories.
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.
The East Los Angeles College Student Health Center’s pet therapy Zoom meeting is aimed to provide students a relaxation period from the COVID-19 class conversion.
East Los Angeles College’s Dream Resource Center introduced the center’s newest addition, attorney Stephanie Barrera, and updated students with current immigration info on Thursday.
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.