Prepare to Succeed in College Algebra, Trig

  Are You Taking College Algebra or Trigonometry in the Fall? If so, the Summer Math Academy can help you prepare to succeed in these classes. These workshops are FREE and open to all LAMC STEM majors. All workshops will be taught virtually. When: July 20 - August 21, 2020 (Five Weeks) Tuesdays and Thursdays 1 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Sign Up ...


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Low-Cost Internet Options for Students

  Low-Cost Internet Options for Students As the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) continues to offer the majority of courses remotely in response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, Internet access will be required for participation in many class activities. Several organizations provide low-cost Internet access to students. A ...


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Seventeen-Year-Old Graduate Headed to UC Irvine

  Seventeen-Year-Old Graduate Headed to UC Irvine She might not be old enough to vote, but 17-year-old Eileen Paguio-Palarca has her associate's degree and is on her way to UC Irvine in the fall, where she will start her junior year of college as a Psychology major. And even though graduating early from high school and college is no no ...


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Register for Summer, Check Out Fall Schedule

  Get the Classes You Need to Graduate and Transfer Summer Classes Begin June 15 Registration is still open for summer 2020. Make sure to get the classes you need to get ahead! Click here to view the summer 2020 schedule. Fall 2020 Schedule Now Available Online Classes for fall 2020 are now posted on our website. Find the classes you need ...


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Class of 2020 Virtual Ceremony - Tuesday, June 9

  Get Ready for Class of 2020 Virtual Ceremony Get ready for the class of 2020 virtual recognition ceremony on Tuesday, June 9 at 5 p.m. The ceremony will be streamed on our Facebook and YouTube. Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube and like us on Facebook to get updates about the ceremony. Please note, becau ...


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Art Students Get Prestigious Summer Residency

  Anny Martinez  The Arts, Media, and Performance (AMP) Department announced today LAMC's first recipients of the Ox-Bow School of Art Summer Residency Scholarship. Art majors Justin Ayala and Anny Martinez will receive fully funded scholarships to attend th ...


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Faculty Donate $2,000 to ASO Fund for Students in Need

  Faculty Contribute $2,000 to ASO Fund for Students The faculty at Los Angeles Mission College have come together to raise funds to contribute to the Associated Student Organization scholarship for students in need. ASO recently launched a scholarship that provides financial assistance to students in need of food and help paying for home u ...


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Explore Career Opportunities in Engineering

  Explore Career Opportunities in Engineering The STEM Office invites you to an information session on the Engineering program, featuring career and major opportunities. Don't miss this event where you'll get to meet some of our professors and ask questions. Find out what it's like to work in these exciting fields. When: Friday, May 29 10 ...


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ASO Launches New Scholarship for Students

  ASO Launches Scholarship for Students Facing Financial Hardships The Associated Student Organization (ASO) is offering scholarships to LAMC students who are experiencing food and financial insecurities as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Students could get up to $50 for food insecurity and $70 to pay for utilities, while funds las ...


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Sociology Students Take Part in Denim Day

Sociology Students Participate in Denim Day    Students from Professor Myriam Levy's Sociology classes didn't want the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic to keep them from participating in the Denim Day campaign against sexual violence.   They wore jeans to support survivors and to continue to educate everyone about sexual ass ...


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