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.
Assembly Bill 1919 was passed by the California State Assembly’s Committee on Transportation on April 4.
Three East Los Angeles College students, Evelyn Martinez, Jocelyn Hernandez and Cynthia Solis applied to the 21st Annual Honors Transfer Council of California Research Conference and they all got in.
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.
East Los Angeles College alumni have gone on to fill in the ranks of many jobs, careers and posts. While ELAC takes pride in serving as an institution that prepares leaders for local leadership, it would not be possible without the student’s willingness and dedication to their education.
ELAC’s Theater Department mastered comedy in an encore presentation of their Spring 2021 production of “From the Works of John Leguizamo East Coast to East Los,” at El Centro del Sur, A Place Called Home’s inaugural Latinx Theater Festival.
By Erica Cortes The UCLA’s Center for the Community College Partnership hosted a social painting and planting party on Wednesday in the multi-purpose room. They shared food and painting pots while planting small succulents. The CCCP partnered with UCLA ambassadors to help current students transfer. The event’s objective was to give information about upcoming events and encourage others to join the community. Chely Gonzalez, the program’s coordinator was in charge…
Behind teary eyes, Nadine Bermudez, Honors Program director, announced the names of the students who will transfer to four-year universities at the Honors Program Certificate Reception yesterday.
To close-out Women’s History Month, the East Los Angeles College Women’s/Gender Studies sponsored a panel discussion last month about women’s work spanning from present-day to 10,000 years ago.