Black Student Success Week is to provide resources to provide enough resources to African American Students to fulfill their brilliance at community college.
The Americans with Disability Act (ADA) was enacted in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush to prohibit discrimination of disabilities in workplaces, transportation, public facilities and education.
Senate Bill 1141 would reduce the requirements needed for students to be exempt from paying nonresident tuition.
The Geography, Geology and Anthropology departments celebrated Earth Day by hosting an open house to share the benefits students can get from taking their courses.
The Immigrants Rising group raises awareness among staff, faculty, and administrators on how to create access and opportunities for Black undocumented students in higher education programs throughout the country.
Assembly Bill 1919 was passed by the California State Assembly’s Committee on Transportation on April 4.
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.
Assembly Bill 1705 is making its way through the California state legislature and if passed, will require new community college students to start in transfer English and Math courses.
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.
Case Navigator for the East Los Angeles Women’s Center Claudia Arévalo spoke Saturday during a virtual workshop regarding the roots of gender oppression.