Pathway to Law Students Visit Pepperdine

  Pathway to Law Students Visit Pepperdine The Pathway to Law School students, along with students from other community colleges, attended Pepperdine Law School's Pre-Law Day on Friday. Students attended a first-year law class in contract law where they learned about the role public policy plays in the enforcement of contracts. They went ...


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International Women's Day Events

Stop by the Campus Center for Two Empowering Events Monday, March 11 12-2 p.m. Screening of "We Will Rise: Michelle Obama's Mission to Educate Girls" and a chance to win a FREE copy of Becoming. Tuesday, March 12 12-1:30 p.m. Free lunch and a discussion on how to succeed as women in college and career with successful women on campus ...


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Students in Need Encouraged to Stop by Food Pantry

Free Food Available for Students in Need The Associated Student Organization (ASO) invites all students in need to stop by the Food Pantry to receive  FREE ready-to-eat foods. The Food Pantry was created to provide free food to students in financial need. Also, anyone who wishes to donate food can stop by the Food Pantry. Please brin ...


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Attend a Free Screening of 'The Soloist'

  Attend a Free Screening of 'The Soloist' When: Monday, Mar. 11 7 p.m. Where: Arts, Media and Performance Theater There will be snacks and a raffle. Presented by the Mental Health Awareness Club For ADA accommodations, such as printed information in alternate formats, Assistive Listening Devices ...


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Kadima String Quartet Returns on Feb. 21

From Mozart to Led Zeppelin, Kadima Delivers The Kadima String Quartet, which includes two violins, a viola, and a cello, is returning to L.A. Mission College on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 12 p.m. The Quartet’s repertoire is notable for its diversity, its palette ranging from Mozart to Led Zeppelin. New works have been written specifically for ...


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Welcome Week Relocated to Culinary Arts Building

Connect with ASO and University Representatives Start the spring semester by connecting with your student government, clubs, and university representatives. Welcome Week features FREE food, giveaways, music, games and school supplies.  University Representatives Schedule: Monday, Feb. 4 10 a.m.- 1 p.m. Art Center College of ...


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Apply for LACCD Student Trustee

Use Your Voice and Make a Change  Applications are now available for students interested in becoming a Student Trustee with the L.A. Community College District Board of Trustees. Stop by the ASO (Associated Student Organization) Office or the office of the vice president of Student Services to pick up your application. The deadline to apply ...


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Honor Student Nominated to Congress of Future Medical Leaders

  Dual Enrollment Honor Student Kylie Munson Nominated to Congress of Future Medical Leaders At just 13 years old, Los Angeles Mission College dual enrollment student Kylie Munson will be a Delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Lowell, Massachusetts next summer. The honors-only program convenes the top high school students f ...


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Spring Registration Day - Jan. 28

  Register for Spring Classes  Stop by the Learning Resource Center and get one-on-one assistance with registering for classes. Our advisers will walk you through the Student Information System and address any technical issues you run into. Connect with These Services: Admissions & Records Counseling Financial Aid ...


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Free Financial Aid Workshop

  Don't Miss Your Chance to Win a $1,000 Scholarship Los Angeles Mission College is providing FREE assistance to students filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), California Dream Act Application, and Chafee Grant application for foster youth. These forms must be completed by March 2 to receive priority consideratio ...


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