Enrollment to Los Angeles Community College District colleges has declined since the start of the pandemic, leaving three years before the economic toll takes effect.
In 2010, ELAC instructor Linda Wilbur wrote a grant with the University of California Los Angeles for the Side-By-Side program.
East Los Angeles College departments and services have to request Diversabilities Support Program and Services for training on how to better serve disabled students, but some services have not received training since the onset of the pandemic.
Data shows growing inequality across Los Angeles Community College District schools due to the implementation of AB 705 by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.
The Los Angeles Community College District has changed it’s masking and vaccination policy in which new and continuing students would no longer have to submit proof of vaccination when enrolling for classes.
The Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees approved a $1.5 million pilot program, allocated from district funds, to house over 100 students who are either homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
The life of a cheerleader is more serious than you think. Valerie Lugo, a cheerleader at ELAC, said cheerleading isn’t considered “sport enough” to be added to the ELAC athletic department.
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.
The Los Angeles Community College District is enforcing the COVID-19 booster shot. Students that are not up to date with the booster will not be allowed on campus.