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.
Undocumented students at East Los Angeles College have a safe space to express themselves, get scholastic information and a sense of camaraderie in the UndocuHuskies Club.
Let’s take the time in May to raise awareness for mental illnesses and support our loved ones who need help to overcome their struggles.
A growing population of undocumented students have found a safe haven at East Los Angeles College. ELAC is offering unprecedented support for its undocumented and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals students.The Dream Resource Center is a safe zone for undocumented prospective students.
East Los Angeles College students affected by the pandemic are being aided with food by the Associated Student Union’s food pantry. The year 2020 brought many new norms to students at ELAC.
Sports stadiums are known for being some of the most memorable, loudest and most energetic settings which is why that love and passion for a pastime should start at the junior college level.
By William McMahan Imagine you are a single parent with a dead end job and you want to make a change in your life but don’t know where to start, California Work Opportunities and Responsibilities for Kids is here to help make that transition easy for you. A program here on campus called CalforniaWORKS provides services to support low-income families and their children. To be in this program, you must…