UC students have another reason to yell with emotion, “Not My President.”
The Program for Academic Support Services (PASS) has been aiding disadvantaged students in reaching their academic goals since 1990, offering services such as counseling, university field trips, specialized counselors and mentors, and more.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) announced that their expansion of the Metro Goldline Foothill Extension, encompassing six new stations with connections to Arcadia, Monrovia, Duarte, Irwindale, and Azusa, will open on March 5.
“I’m undocumented, unafraid and unapologetic!” is the phrase students scream while standing on the steps of the C building during the Coming Out of the Shadows event when they join the club United Without Boundaries.
With the Pasadena City College (PCC) Foundation raising $600,00 annually for scholarships, they have successfully raised more than $950,000 this year in net proceeds for scholarships awarded to PCC students through its first scholarship fundraiser, “PCC Celebrates Student Success.”
As a result of an agreement between PCC and Microsoft, students are now enrolled in the Microsoft Student Advantage Program, which allows them to download and install Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus desktop applications for free
Community colleges are designed to be two-year schools but a lot of the time students take classes for four or more years just to transfer.
LifeLine is a service that has been around for many years, but has only just started making headlines, with President Barack Obamaâ€™s reform to this program that was first established under Ronald Reagan.
Free phones are costing the government billions and coming out of the average Joe’s pocket.