Out of more than 250 colleges and universities in California, East Los Angeles College was ranked as having the lowest violent crime rates in the state.
The Sociology Club is a welcoming club and a club that gives back to East Los Angeles College and its community.
By Melisa Valenzuela Free help is a click away for new and returning students in the Los Angeles Community College District through the NetTutor online tutoring service. Tutoring is available for English, Math, English as a Second Language, Statistics and First Year Experience classes. Twenty-four with in-person tutoring during regular campus hours throughout the year, because we want our students to succeed and to have the best higher education experience…
East Los Angeles College has over 400 functioning security cameras throughout the campus, with a majority of them being digital in quality. With the fall season starting and day turning to night sooner, the idea of safety is paramount.
The improved Weekend College Experience returns Fall 2019.
The WCE is an academic program that will provide students with a variety of newly offered weekend courses.
The Los Angeles Community College District is in the process of purchasing a custom safety app that would protect students in an emergency or natural disaster.
As of Wednesday, students are required to pay a monthly fee of $1.99 for their BankMobile checking account.
In honor of businesswoman and philanthropist Vicky Chang’s multi-million dollar donations, the E-7 Technology Center has changed its name to The Vicky Chang Career Technical Education building.
The bill, signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown on September 18, is an act to amend sections of the Education Code to change part-time playground positions into Classified Service—employees that are not faculty or administrators, who go through the personnel commission to get hired.
By Gustavo Buenrostro Faculty, staff and students had a chance to air their grievances with the Los Angeles Community College District last Wednesday during the Ad Hoc Committee on information technology meeting at East Los Angeles College. IT becoming a stabilized resource will serve as a launching point to address other issues and will take up to seven years to complete. “We need to provide services in our campuses before…