East College, a community college that is part of the Community College District, is located in Monterey Park, a suburb of Los Angeles. The college serves a population comprised of large numbers of second-generation Mexicans, Hispanics, and Latinos. It ranks second in terms of transferring Hispanic students to four-year courses.
East Los Angeles College is the largest campus in the Community College District of Los Angeles with over 20,000 enrolled students. It was originally located in northeast East Los Angeles before the portion of unincorporated East Los Angeles was annexed by Monterey Park in the early 1970s. Originally a part of the City Board of Education, the college moved to the current campus in 1948.
Two-year college offering associate degree programs in more than 25 fields. It also offers academic transfer courses that prepare students for admission to the 4-year courses in the University of California and California State University system. Students are also prepared for career programs that prepare students for a career in two years or less. As a two-year college, programs include Judicial Administration, Chicano studies, automotive technologies, and transfer courses. Part-time study courses and general education courses are also offered.
The Lincoln Heights College, Boyle Heights, City of Commerce, Montebello, Bell, Maywood, Bell Gardens, Chunington Park, Vernon, and areas of Alhambra and Monterey Park and adjacent colleges serve as a springboard for primary access higher education in East Los Angeles and surrounding areas areas. Students who have not been able to earn the GPA or have missed deadlines and are developing skills in various academic courses also have the opportunity to earn BA and BS degrees. ELAC is also home to the Vincent and Mary Price Gallery and the Vincent Price Art Museum, which houses the art collections of famous actor Vincent Prince.
East Los Angeles College follows an open admissions policy. However, students wishing to enroll in any of the nine public two-year colleges in the community college district must complete an application and also have a high school diploma. Eligible applicants are California Labor Code Section 3077 trainees and K-12 students with special circumstances.
Study financing and study service
East Los Angeles College offers several financial aids to students, including state, federal, local, and institutional grants, scholarships, and student loans. The Latino Aid scholarship Program is one of the special programs offered. In addition, student support programs and advisory services are offered. Check the college help and support page or the state university website for details.
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