College Set to Unveil Sunland-Tujunga Campus

  SYLMAR, CA – Residents of Sunland-Tujunga, Shadow Hills, Lake View Terrace, and surrounding communities will now have access to college-level courses in their own neighborhood thanks to a new Los Angeles Mission College satellite campus, officials announced today. The new Sunland-Tujunga campus will be formally presented to the commu ...


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Don't Miss Children's Author Jose-Luis Orozco

Bring your children and get ready to dance, clap, and laugh during a special performance by bilingual educator, children’s author, and recording artist Jose-Luis Orozco. Together with your children and the community, discover the joys of a rich musical experience through song, music and Latin American culture. Orozco’s music is feature ...


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Noche de Ciencias - Saturday, March 4

  K-12 students are invited to attend the "Noche de Ciencias" event on Saturday, March 4 at Los Angeles Mission College. Noches de Ciencias (Science Night) is a national initiative to promote knowledge and interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The goal of Noche de Ciencias is to inform K-12 students and their families ...


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College Addresses Immigration Concerns from Undocumented Student Community

  Services/Activities for Undocumented Students AB 540 Resources SYLMAR, CA – Following a campus forum on immigration that featured Thomas Saenz, president of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF), Los Angeles Mission College officials are working to ease fear in the undocumented student community by assuring ...


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Kadima String Quartet Set for Free Performance

  The Kadima String Quartet, one of the leading performance groups in the San Fernando Valley, will once again perform at Los Angeles Mission College. All students, staff, faculty, and community members are invited to attend the free concert, which will take place at the Campus Center Main on Wednesday, February 22 at 3 p.m. The quartet is ...


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Culinary Partnership Helps Recruit Local Students

  The Culinary Arts Institute and its partner, Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP), hosted more than 40 local high school students on Friday during a training session designed to boost interest in the industry. L.A. Mission College Instructor Chef Jesus Sanchez, CEC, welcomed students representing local high schools, including San ...


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Counselor Paves Way for Student Transfer

  By Deborah Manning Los Angeles Mission College Honor Student Victoria Lynn Palmer experienced a sense of belonging when she toured Tuskegee University in Alabama last June. The history of this university, established in 1881 by Booker T. Washington, resonated with her, as did the warm southern hospitality extended to her from faculty and s ...


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High-Achieving Students Recognized During Honors Ceremony

  More than 100 students attended the Honors Ceremony and received congratulations and honor awards for their outstanding academic achievement. President Perez presented the President’s Award to recipients as Dean of Student Services Ludi Villegas-Vidal announced their names. Faculty members Janice Silver, Jesse Sanchez, Margie Long, ...


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