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Hungry? Thirsty? Food, Drinks & More on Campus
Hungry? Thirsty? Food, Drinks & More on Campus

Grab a bite to eat while you're on campus! Buy coffee, smoothies, and acai bowls from the Lion Cafe, breakfast, lunch or dinner at the Monarch Cafe, and/or snacks and cold drinks at the Monarch Store in the Student Union. Students in need can visit the LAVC Helping Hands Food Pantry twice a week in the Campus Center Patio.



Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 9/15/2019 5:01:17 PM

Single Parents & Foster Youth—Be a Part of CARE or NextUp/Guardian Scholars!
Single Parents & Foster Youth—Be a Part of CARE or NextUp/Guardian Scholars!

Are you a single parent who recieves cash assistance, or a current and former foster youth? Get extra services to help you succeed including academic counseling, workshops, and more. The last day to apply for CARE or NextUp/Guardian Scholars is September 27!



Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 9/15/2019 5:01:07 PM

EOPS Celebrates 50 Years of Student Success!
EOPS Celebrates 50 Years of Student Success!

Congratulations to Extended Opportunity Program & Services (EOPS) on celebrating its golden anniversary this year. EOPS assists eligible students who have historically experienced economic and educational challenges. The LACCD Board of Trustees has designed September 2019 as EOPS Month.



Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 9/15/2019 5:01:06 PM

LAVC Faculty Member Receives a Prestigious Award
LAVC Faculty Member Receives a Prestigious Award

Congratulations to Gjenaii Z. Enciso Givhan, assistant professor of Business Administration, LAVC, on being awarded the "2019 Advancing Real Estate Education Award" from the California Community Colleges Real Estate Education Center.



Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 9/1/2019 5:01:05 PM

LAVC Faculty Member Publishes a New Book
LAVC Faculty Member Publishes a New Book

Michael Powelson, adjunct assistant professor of History, LAVC, has recently published Swindlers All: A Brief History of Government Business Frauds from Alexander Hamilton to AIG. The book chronicles some of the government and business frauds carried out throughout US history.



Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 9/1/2019 5:01:04 PM

Free or Low Cost Textbooks Classes at LAVC!
Free or Low Cost Textbooks Classes at LAVC!

LAVC is offering 270+ classes with "zero textbook cost" or "low textbook cost" for students this Fall! Zero Textbook Cost classes uses free, online course materials, and Low Textbook Cost classes have textbooks that are $50 or less. To find these classes, search the online Schedule of Classes by "Class search type" and select "zero cost textbook classes (OER)" or "low cost textbook classes".



Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 8/18/2019 5:01:05 PM

Two Apps Every Student Needs—GradGuru & LACCD Mobile!
Two Apps Every Student Needs—GradGuru & LACCD Mobile!

Get the GradGuru App to help you stay on track with LAVC push notifications of important dates, deadlines, and campus events. The MyCollege.laccd.edu Mobile app lets you access the LACCD SIS at anytime on your mobile device. Download the FREE apps today!



Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 8/18/2019 5:01:04 PM

LACCD Chancellor Rodriguez Announces Nomination for New LAVC President
LACCD Chancellor Rodriguez Announces Nomination for New LAVC President

LACCD Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez is forwarding Dr. Barry Gribbons for the approval of the LACCD Board of Trustees to serve as the next LAVC President. The Trustees will consider and approve his appointment at the Board’s August 7, 2019 meeting.



Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 8/6/2019 10:00:00 AM

LAVC Foundation Received $500,000 Donation from Joan A. Payden
LAVC Foundation Received $500,000 Donation from Joan A. Payden

Los Angeles philanthropist Joan A. Payden has donated $500,000 to the LAVC Foundation's Steinway Piano Campaign in honor of her deceased brother William Payden, who was a faculty member and Journalism department chair at LA Valley College. In recognition of the gift, the Mainstage Theater in the forthcoming LAVC Valley Academic and Cultural Center will be renamed as the William R. Payden Theater.



Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 6/10/2019 5:00:00 PM

Two LAVC Students Receive the Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship
Two LAVC Students Receive the Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship

Congratulations to LAVC students Diana Castro and Alexander Richardson for being awarded the 2019 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. This prestigious, highly competitive national scholarship was awarded to only 61 students nationwide. The scholarship will provide them with up to $40,000 annually for a maximum of three years to complete their bachelor’s degree. Diana Castro is preparing to transfer to UCLA and plans to study World Arts & Culture. Alexander Richardson will be majoring in Astrophysics.



Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 5/1/2019 5:00:06 PM

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