Black History Month at East Los Angeles College began this year with an open house of the ELAC Umoja Community office, designed to assist African-American and Black students with resources available on campus.
A donation drive gathered supplies to help those in Syria and Turkey following the earthquake on February 6.
The in-person Huskies Enrollment Fair, January 28 and February 4, focused on helping students gain access to East Los Angeles College Student Services resources for student success.
East Los Angeles College’s Automobile Technology Department received a $10,000 grant from the Greater Los Angeles New Car Dealership Association GLANCDA.
The in-person Huskies Enrollment Fair, January 28 and February 4 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., is focused on helping students gain access to East Los Angeles College Student Services resources for student success. Resources include registering for Spring courses, finishing applications for new students and showcasing the colleges various academic and discipline courses and certifications.
Formal Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva is under investigation after soliciting campaign donations from deputies.
Various programs, including NEXT up program which focuses on foster youths, were present at the South Gate Educational Center’s enrollment fair Wednesday.
continue the construction of East Los Angeles College’s South Gate Educational Center after the previous contractor left the project.
The opening of the Education Justice Rising Scholars program’s new center on Wednesday is the culmination of the hard work done by the program staff and formerly-incarcerated students.
An East Los Angeles College Asian female student, 19, fell in what sheriffs have called a possible suicide attempt from the fifth floor south west corner balcony of the Ernest H. Moreno E3 building Tuesday. The fall was between the ELAC Student Services E1 building and the E3 building.