Black Student Success Week is to provide resources to provide enough resources to African American Students to fulfill their brilliance at community college.
East Los Angeles College will have its own women’s wrestling team.
Beginning in spring semester, women’s wrestling will be an official sport on campus.
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 Associated Student Union’s food pantry is open to all students.
It has been revamped and is filled with all-new snacks.
Walking down the stage with a certificate that shows all of the hard work is the moment that every student waits for.
Paola Alfato graduated last year from East Los Angeles College where she had to be part of the generation which had to graduate in the pandemic.
Gas prices have created barriers for students who commute to class. In the past weeks, Los Angeles’ gas prices have increased drastically.
Applying for multiple scholarships is made easier through the Los Angeles Community College District’s website, which groups similar applications and carries over responses to other applications.
The Associated Student Union board approved a reduction of funds for the food pantry February 24.
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.
East Los Angeles College’s new guidelines to be allowed on campus are good, but could be better. ELAC’s new policy says that in order to be allowed on campus, students and staff must show proof of vaccination. This is good, but ELAC will still allow medical and religious exemptions.