The Fourth Annual Student Success Conference focused on encouraging current and future East Los Angeles College students to prepare to transfer and to present for the details of their scholastic future.
Alumni Luis Alvarez and Claudia Buenfil break the transfer process stigma by talking with students about their personal transfer experiences.
The Women/Gender Studies Committee held a student-led panel to discuss the importance of people understanding the real meaning of gender studies, stigmas in feminism, gender fluidity and queerness.
The Associates Degree for Transfer program at East Los Angeles College has been recognized for its large increase of students transferred to California Community Colleges.
The East Los Angeles College Transfer Center provides counseling, workshops and university trips to help prepare students for the transition into universities.
The East Los Angeles College Transfer Center will be holding an undocumented student transfer workshop today from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. in D-7.
The East Los Angeles College Transfer Center will hold a transfer workshop today specifically for undocumented and AB 540 students from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. in D7.
By Christina Rodriguez The Transfer Center hosted “Transfer Student Success Conference and University Fair” on Saturday to prepare students for a higher education path. Each program had speakers to help guide all Elans in attendance in the direction of a higher education program suited for their personal needs, goals and wants. The First to Transfer Workshop was presented by Chely Gonzalez. In her presentation, she discussed her theory of “The…
By Maria Isabel Cubillo The lack of knowledge about eTranscript California can leave students unprepared, with high last -minute fees. Students can save the $10 fee per paper transcript requests. In December 2012 Michelle Pilati, Academic Senate for California Community Colleges Vice President wrote an article titled “Making the Case for eTranscript California” in which she explains that eTranscript California allows all California Community Colleges to request, view and transmit…
By Javier Lopez The construction work being done outside of the Transfer Centers’ new location is detrimental to students and their transfer process. We have enough Elans confused about where the Transfer Center is ever since it moved from the Students Service Center to F5 during the summer. The blockade for construction completely covers the transfer center, making it seem as if there is no way to reach it. Students…