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.
East Los Angeles College’s Umoja Program partnered with Art With Impact to guide students about how mental health should be discussed during Black History month.
Bill SB-330 enables the LACCD to develop a new housing program for low-income students and staff members.
The College Promise program ruins the college experience that new students should have for themselves.
The program gives first-year students two free years of college with other benefits.
Legacy L.A., a youth organization, now offers East Los Angeles College students the College Persistence Program.
They are working on expanding their programming and support center for youth.
The improved Weekend College Experience returns Fall 2019.
The WCE is an academic program that will provide students with a variety of newly offered weekend courses.
Professor Satoshi Kojima and 23 East Los Angeles College student-volunteers are helping students and the community by filing their taxes free of cost.
Every applicant saves about $50-$200 in filing cost.