Men’s and Women’s P.E. Departments may combine

By Jesus Figueroa  The Men’s and Women’s Physical Education Departments looks at the viability of combining departments to become one Kinesiology Department, as recommended by the Enrollment Management Committee. In combining the two P.E. Departments, the dance discipline, which is part of the Women’s PE Department, is recommended to separate from the Kinesiology Department and either become their own department or join another department. “The committee struggled in trying to…

September 26, 2013
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Adelante to reshape program

By Sergio Berrueta The Adelante First-Year Program at East Los Angeles College has undergone a viability review in order to reshape the program and expand beyond the focus of first-year students. The Adelante Program is known for being a program giving a number of first-year students a leg up on the college campus in order to transfer to a four-year university. Adelante has worked on methods to reshape the program…

September 26, 2013
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Expedited Viability Review looms as programs are threatened

By Liliana Marquez Four departments of studies from East Los Angeles College faced a Program Viability Review last month to determine if the programs offered to students needed to be discontinued or improved. According to ELAC’s official website, a total of seven degrees and 11 certificates from the Business, Art, Life Sciences and Architecture departments were under review. The review was designed to take a decision on whether the programs…

May 2, 2013
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