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LAVC Mosaic Center Now Open in the Student Services Center!

Did you know? LAVC has a new Mosaic Center on the second floor of the Student Services Center. It is home to specially-funded support programs, including Veterans, Black Scholars, and the Mi Comunidad Dream Resource Center, and offers services such as counseling, tutoring, workshops, student clubs, and a computer labs to eligible students who have been disproportionately impacted and identified under the Student Equity Plan.

LAVC Mosaic Center Now Open in the Student Services Center!

The LAVC Mosaic Center houses specially-funded support programs such as Veterans Services, Black Scholars, and the Mi Comunidad Dream Resource Center.

Assistance such as counseling, tutoring, workshops, and a computer labs are provides to eligible students who have been disproportionately impacted and identified under the Student Equity Plan. 

The following services are located in the Mosaic Center on the second floor of the Student Services Center, and are open Monday-Thursday 8 a.m.-7 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.:

  • The Veterans Services Office operates a Veterans Resource Center (VRC) that has dedicated staff who are available to help with applying for admission, enrollment, VA benefits, and referral to other services outside of LAVC. In addition to providing services to veterans, we also encourage spouses and dependents to utilize our services as well. The VRC space is available for veterans on campus to connect and continue engaging with one another. We have space for studying and laptops for your use.
     
  • The LAVC Black Scholars Program is a mentorship program, designated to serve African American/Black students on the Los Angeles Valley College (LAVC) campus. Black Scholars aims to help students define their future, direct their path, ignite their passion, and acquire their dream. This program is strategically designed to increase the retention of Black students at LAVC, but also to increase the matriculation of Black students into four-year institutions.
     
  • The Dream Resource Center offers support to LAVC’s undocumented students. The Dream Resource Center is a safe space where students can study and connect with other students. The Dream Resource Center offers informational workshops, university tours, and referrals to on and off campus resources.  Additionally, the students have started a student club.

For more information, visit the LAVC Mosaic Center Web page.

 




Posted by: LAVC PR Office on 9/20/2017 5:00:08 PM