All students in the Los Angeles Community College District are eligible for the Metro GoPass, a TAP card that is prepaid with bus and train fare.
Assembly Bill 1919 was passed by the California State Assembly’s Committee on Transportation on April 4.
East Los Angeles College’s Mathematics, Engineering, Science and Achievement Program advises students on what to consider when selecting a transfer school.
The Welcome Center at East Los Angeles College is offering free resources for students including laptops, hotspots and Metro bus passes.
Current students, faculty and staff who are considered immigrant survivors may be eligible for a United States visa through services offered by the Central American Resource Center.
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.
Noe Dominguez and Heribérto Gutierrez Jr led the Resource Recap workshop on March 19, discussing some of the most important resources, programs and services that East Los Angeles College has to offer.
CalFresh hosts monthly virtual workshops for East Los Angeles College students to understand, apply and receive information on qualifying for the program.
Pepperdine University’s Graziadio Business School was invited by East Los Angeles College professor Frank Aguirre to help students complete their business degrees while still being employed.