Student Trustee Applications Now Open

Student Trustee Applications Now Open Qualifications Currently enrolled and in good academic standing at one or more colleges within the LACCD Be currently enrolled in at least five units Completed twelve units within the LACCD and a maximum of eighty transferable units within the LACCD Deadline Thursday, March 15, 2018 To ap ...


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Join Us for a Computer Applications Technologies Forum

Computer Applications and Office Technologies Forum   Dear Faculty, Staff and Students,   Join us for a round table discussion on the Computer Applications and Office Technologies (CAOT) Program Viability Study for modification. Committee members will be discussing the process and answering questions on the next steps. When: Wednesd ...


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Gallery to Feature Works by Diane Hiscox

  The Art Gallery will host an opening reception on Saturday for two new exhibits featuring the work of painter Diane Hiscox. Home: Everyone is Someone consists of small-format paintings, depicting figures which are immediately identifiable as people (and sometimes their dogs) who live on sidewalks. Although circumstances determine that the ...


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Biotech Speaker Series: Meet the Founder of Lief Organics

Allied Health invites you to attend the spring 2018 Biotech Speaker Series. If you're considering a career in biotechnology or just want to know what it's like to work in a lab environment, this is your chance to interact with industry professionals. The next Speaker Series event will feature Adel Villalobos, founder and CEO of Lief Organics. Lear ...


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We Can Help You Add a Class

If you need help adding a class, stop by the Learning Resource Center (LRC) this week to get one-on-one assistance from one of our team members. They're available to answer questions and guide you through the Student Information System (SIS). Free refreshments will be provided. When: February 5-8, 2018 9 a.m.-6 p.m. and Friday, Feb. 9, 2018 9 ...


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From Mozart to Led Zeppelin, Kadima Delivers

  The Kadima String Quartet is returning to Los Angeles Mission College this spring. Comprising two violins, a viola, and a cello, the Quartet’s repertoire is notable for its diversity, its palette ranging from Mozart to Led Zeppelin. New works have been written specifically for the Quartet, including a commission by 20th Century Fox. ...


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Don't Miss Your Chance to Win $1,000 Scholarship

  Attend Our 'Cash For College' Financial Aid Workshop 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 considera ...


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Get Help Registering for Spring 2018

Join Us for Spring Registration Days Stop by the Learning Resource Center (LRC) during Registration Days to receive 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. Enroll in the classes you need and connect with important services ...


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College Well-Represented at Pacoima Holiday Parade

Los Angeles Mission College left its footprint right in the heart of the community Saturday morning as it marched up Van Nuys Boulevard during the Pacoima Holiday Parade. The college arrived with a diverse group of students, faculty, staff and administrators representing all corners of the campus. Athletic Director Steve Ruys brought members of ...


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Admin Services Says Farewell to Retirees

  Campus employees filled the Arroyo Room today to say thank you and farewell to eight members of the Administrative Services team who will be retiring this year. Pedro Avendano; Walter Bortman; Mark Cupp; James Liko; Marina Pineda; William Roane; Julius Walker Jr.; and Carolyn Urrutia are all saying goodbye to Los Angeles Mission College af ...


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