On campus enrollment, services updated

On campus enrollment for East Los Angeles College is “Saturday, August 21 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.” said the ELAC website. Students should bring identification information and will be allowed to apply for fall classes.

August 13, 2021
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Asynchronous classes alter student experiences

March 11, 2021

By: Raymond Nava Due to the COVID-19, classes at East Los Angeles College went fully remote on March of 2020. However, classes would take on two forms.  Some classes are synchronous, which are online classes where most of the time feature lectures done through zoom, and some are asynchronous, which feature no zoom lectures or face to face interactions. This can be a disadvantage for students who have difficulty with…

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Academic Senate follows government guidelines in-person classes for fall

By: Raymond Nava The East Los Angeles College Academic Senate met last Tuesday and discussed a proposed process of reopening the campus for in person classes.  The senate also took up a variety of other issues as well as taking action on them.  Among some of the important actions and discussions at the meeting were whether to approve a shared governance process, whether to add back lost hours due to…

March 11, 2021
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ELAC could lose athletes

COVID-19 had temporarily interrupted studies for student at ELAC, but the athletes who play Spring Season sports may not have the benefit of just being briefly interrupted.
Due to COVID-19, all fall sports have been rescheduled to start in January 2021, and spring sports will begin in February 2021. However, with no permission to enter the ELACs gym it seems that not only will Fall sports be rescheduled and possibly canceled, but so will spring sports.

December 11, 2020
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Architecture students to develop Vernon housing complex

By Diego Linares Architecture 202 students are developing a housing complex for the city of Vernon as their final project of the semester. East Los Angeles College architecture Instructor Orhan Ayyuce was doing research to enter into the International Architecture Biannale of Rotterdam (IABR), but  through research found that the city of Vernon wanted to develop a housing complex on 52nd and District Street. Ayyuce then proposed the project to…

October 2, 2013
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