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FULL TIME  

SPECIAL HOURS: FEB 1 - 20

Admissions, Fin Aid, Business Ofc
M-Th 8:30-7:00; Fri 8:30-2:00; Sat, Feb 6 8:30-1:00
Bookstore
M-Th 8:30-7:00; Fri 8:00-2:30; Fri 8:30-4:00;
Sat, Feb 6 & 20, 8:00-2:00
Counseling
M&Th 8:30-5:00; T&W 8:30-7:00; Fri 8:30-4:00;
Sat, Feb 6, 8:30-1:00
Expressway
M&Th 8:00-5:00; T&W 8:00-7:00; Fri 8:00-12:00;
Sat, Feb 6, 8:30-1:00

All Offices Closed Feb 12 - 15

Saturday Classes Start Feb 20

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co sic

COMPUTER SCIENCE / INFO TECH
Information Session

The Co Sci division offers instruction to students who intend to obtain an associate's degree, transfer to a 4-year university, gain industry certification, or update their technical skill set to compete or function more effectively in the workplace.

INFO SESSION: Sat, Feb 6 
For more info and to RSVP - ChiangA@WLAC.edu

 

parking

PARKING GRACE PERIOD
Feb 8 - Feb 21

No parking pass is required for the first two weeks of the Spring semester. After that, you will need a semester or daily parking pass to park in any campus parking lot. This includes motorcycles and drivers with disabled plaques.

Daily permits are $2 per day. So if you plan to be on campus at least 14 days, then the ASO Preferred Parking Permit (which includes the ASO fee) is a much better deal -- Just $26.00. Purchase your Spring pass at the Business Office in the Student Services Building (SSB) 2nd Floor or avoid the line and purchase your pass online.

 

IT'S BASKETBALL SEASON
& BASEBALL SEASON

BASEBALL HOME GAMES...view more
Feb 4.......... vs Irvine Valley @ 2:00
Feb 9..........vs Compton @ 2:00
Feb 16........vs Taft @ 2:00
Feb 23........vs Victor Valley @ 2:00

BA SKETBALL HOME GAMES....Women | Men
Feb 3.......... vs Glendale.....................5:00 | 7:00
Feb 10 ........vs Santa Monica............5:00 | 7:00
Feb 13 ........vs COC...........................3:00 | 5:00
Feb 20 ........vs Citrus..........................3:00 | 5:00


 
 
 
 
 

AUTISM

AUTISM TECH
Information Session

Wed, Feb 10 @ 7:00pm | MSA 003 ...for more info 
(310) 287-4464 or email AlliedHealth@WLAC.edu

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NEW PROGRAM
Autism Technician

In just a few months, you can prepare to be part of a team delivering behavioral interventions to individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Recent policy changes have created a growing demand for autism technicians. Autism techs often have the option to work part-time which can allow you to earn income and experience while still advancing your education.

The program includes one course (Allied Health 25) and a 36 hour internship. Students who successfully complete the course will be prepared to take the exam to become a Board Certified Autism Technician (BCAT).

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Pharmacy Tech

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM
Information Session

PHARMACY TECH: Thur, Feb 18

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accreditation update

West Los Angeles College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 10 Commercial Blvd., Suite 204, Novato, CA 94949, (415) 506-0234, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Additional information about accreditation, including the filing of complaints against member institutions, can be found at: www.accjc.org.

 

 

 

THIRD-PARTY COMMENTS TO ACCJC

A third-party comment may be submitted to the Commission at any time as it relates to the compliance of a member institution with Eligibility Requirements, Accreditation Standards, or Commission policies. Such comment must be submitted in writing, signed, and accompanied by the affiliation, return address and telephone number of the correspondent. Commission staff will review all third-party comments to assess its applicability to Eligibility Requirements, Accreditation Standards, or Commission policies. Institutions will be provided with an opportunity to review applicable third-party comments.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Individuals who wish to make comments on the institutions that are undergoing review in the current semester and that are being considered by the Commission at its next meeting, should use the Third Party Comment Form and be sure to include their name, address, phone number, and email address. The comments must be received five weeks before the scheduled Commission meeting.


For more information and to access the Third Party Comment Form click here.

 

HOME PAGE EDITION

FRIDAY

February 5

   

 

faculty Staff  

Spring Summit | 8:30 - 12:00 | HLRC 4th Floor

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

February 6

   

 

   


event  

INFO SESSION: Computer Science / Info Tech | 5:00pm | location TBA

LACCD TESTING: Fine Arts Theater - Park in S. Parking Structure $2.00 - exact change needed

wildcat  

W. BASKETBALL - vs Antelope @ Antelope | 5:00pm
M. BASKETBALL
-
vs Antelope @ Antelope | 7:00pm
BASEBALL
- vs.Riverside @ Riverside | 5:00pm
TRACK - Westmont Sunshine Open @ Westmont College

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

February 7

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

February 8

 

   

1st Day of Mon-Fri Classes - PARKING PASSES are NOT required FEB 8-21

   


   


   


   

Black History MonthTAKE NOTES – BLACK MUSIC

From the 19th Century through today, African-American and Afro-Latins have been a driving force in popular music around the world. Following the Civil War, Black Americans, through employment as musicians playing European music in military bands, developed a new style of music called RAGTIME (Scott Joplin) which gradually evolved into JAZZ, often called “one of America's original art forms.” BLUES grew up from the Black South and would beget RHYTHM AND BLUES, SOUL, FUNK, ROCK N ROLL, and DISCO. In the 1970s and 1980s, Black artists developed HIP HOP and RAP that would also spread around the world. The influence of African rhythms, musical styles and instruments can also be heard in places like Brazil, Cuba and Puerto Rico where African slaves worked the fields of Spanish and Portuguese plantations. From these places came Mambo, Cha Cha, Salsa and Latin Jazz.

>> MORE BLACK HISTORY MONTH FACTS | >>MORE ON THIS TOPIC

MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

February 9

 

   

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. EC Compton @ WLAC | 2:00pm

MEETINGS:   12:30 Academic Senate - SSB 414; 3:15 Professional Learning Cmt - SSB 414

WEDNESDAY

February 10

 

   

Black Student Union | 2:30pm | Winlock

wildcat  

W. BASKETBALL - vs SMC @ SMC | 5:00pm
M. BASKETBALL
-
vs SMC @ WLAC | 7:00pm

MEETINGS:   9:00 Academic Affairs Staff - PCR

THURSDAY

February 11

 

   

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Pasadena @ Pasadena | 2:00pm

   

 

MEETINGS:   1:00 SEAC - SSB 414

FRIDAY

February 12

   

 

   

CLOSED FOR PRESIDENTS HOLIDAY

SATURDAY

February 13

   

 

wildcat  

CLOSED FOR PRESIDENTS HOLIDAY

W. BASKETBALL - vs College of the Canyons @ WLAC | 3:00pm
M. BASKETBALL
-
vs College of the Canyons @ WLAC | 5:00pm
TRACK
-
Saka International @ Saka University

SUNDAY

February 14

   


   

CLOSED FOR PRESIDENTS HOLIDAY

MONDAY

February 15

   

 

   

CLOSED FOR PRESIDENTS HOLIDAY

   


   

Black History MonthPAVING THE WAY

The Civil Rights Act of 1964, fought for by the Black Civil Rights Movement, actually benefited a wide spectrum of Americans including women, LGBT, Hispanics, Asians and other minorities. The Act outlaws discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin and requires equal access to public places and employment and the right to vote. The LGBT and woman’s rights movements would take inspiration and strategic tactics from the civil rights movement to achieve their own goals as would Chicano activists and Mexican-American labor leader Cesar Chavez. Chavez led the movement to improve working conditions for migrant farm workers and strengthen the power of unions. Discriminatory hiring and housing practices that restricted many Asians to low level employment and kept them from living in many neighborhoods feel away. Later in the 1990s, Asians could also use anti-discrimination laws to fight the “bamboo ceiling” preventing them from rising to management levels on the job.

>> MORE BLACK HISTORY MONTH FACTS | >>MORE ON THIS TOPIC

TUESDAY

February 16

 

   

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Taft @ WLAC | 2:00pm

MEETINGS:   1:00 Curriculum Cnte - SSB 414; 3:00 Academic Senate Exec - PCR; 3:00 Tech Cmte - SSB 414

WEDNESDAY

February 17

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: Transfer - General Overview| 10:00am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets Mar 17 Apr 18 & May 9

wildcat  

W. BASKETBALL - vs College of the Canyons @ WLAC | 5:00pm
M. BASKETBALL
-
vs Bakersfield @ Bakersfield | 7:00pm

MEETINGS:   9:00 Academic Affairs Staff - PCR; 12:00 Substantive Change Visit Prep - PCR; 1:30 Distance Ed - PCR

THURSDAY

February 18

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: Transcript Tune-Up for Transfer| 1:00pm | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets Mar 2, Apr 26 & May 16

 

PERSONNEL COMMISSION OFFICE HOURS | PCR

MEETINGS:   1:00 AFT Guild - WINLOCK

FRIDAY

February 19

   

 

deadline  

Last Day to Add a Mon - Fri Class In Person
Last Day to Drop a Class Without a "W" or Owing a Fee

wildcat  

TRACK - Conference Relays @ Ventura College
BASEBALL
- vs. San Diego @ San Diego | 11:00am & 2:00pm

   


MEETINGS:   PIE Cmte Retreat - SSB 414; 8:00 CSN Event - HLRC 4TH FLR

SATURDAY

February 20

   

 

deadline  

1st Day of Saturday Classes / Last Day to Add Saturday Classes

wildcat  

W. BASKETBALL - vs Citrus @ WLAC | 3:00pm
M. BASKETBALL
-
vs Citrus @ WLAC | 5:00pm
BASEBALL
- vs. Grossmont @ Grossmont | 1:00pm

   

 

PERSONAL & SOCIAL RESPONSIBLITY WORKSHOP | 8:00am | Fine Arts Theater - Park in S. Parking Structure


   

 

SUNDAY

February 21

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

February 22

 

   

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: CSU/UC Transfer Prep| 4:00pm | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets Mar 24, Apr 13 & May 24

   

 

   

Black History MonthEARLY LOS ANGELES LUMINARIES

The area that is now the commercial district in Downtown Los Angeles was once owned by BIDDY MASON, an illiterate slave who walked from Mississippi to California in 1951, won her freedom, and become a wealthy, successful entrepreneur and a generous contributor to social causes. She also financed and founded the Los Angeles branch of the First African Methodist Episcopal church (1st AME) which became a force in the Los Angeles community and politics. PIO PICO, was the last governor of California under Mexican rule, and one of the wealthiest land owners in Alto California in the 1850s. He owned huge rancho properties and was a prominent resident of Los Angeles. Pico was of Mexican, African, Native American and Italian decent. His parents moved to California from a part of Mexico where 2/3 of the population where mulato.

>> MORE BLACK HISTORY MONTH FACTS | >>MORE ON THIS TOPIC

MEETINGS:   3:00 SLO Cmte - WINLOCK; 3:15 Facilities Cmte - SSB 414

TUESDAY

February 23

 

   

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Victor Valley@ WLAC | 2:00pm

MEETINGS:   12:30 Academic Senate - SSB 414; 3:00 Reading Apprenticeship / FIG - SSB 414

WEDNESDAY

February 24

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: CSU GE/IGETC Review | 11:30am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets Mar 21, Apr 28 & May 18

HONORS MENTOR PANEL PRESENATION | 5:00PM | SSB 414

faculty  

ADJUNCT FACULTY ORIENTATION | 5:00PM | WINLOCK

MEETINGS:   9:00 Academic Affairs - PCR

THURSDAY

February 25

 

   

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Grossmont @ WLAC | 2:00pm

MEETINGS:   2:30 Budget Cmte - SSB 414

FRIDAY

February 26

   

 

   

 

trio  

TRIO WORKSHOP: Road Trip- Riverside College Day

wildcat  

TRACK - WSC South Meet @ Ventura College
BASEBALL
- vs. Irvine Valley@ WLAC | 2:00pm

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

February 27

   

 

   


community event  

SPOTLIGHT ON SUCCESS

   

 

SUNDAY

February 28

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

February 29

 

   

 

   

Black History MonthLIFE SAVERS – BLACKS IN MEDICINE

Did you know African-Americans played a crucial role in THE DEVELOPMENT OF PLASMA, HEART SURGERY AND THE POLIO VACCINE? DR. CHARLES DREW forged a new understanding of blood plasma that allowed blood to be stored and transported for transfusions. He also created a central location for the blood collection process and made sure all blood plasma was tested before it was shipped. This saved countless lives during World War II and gave rise to the American Red Cross Blood Bank. DR. HALE WILLIAMS is credited with having conducted the world’s first successful heart surgery in 1893 and founded the first Black-owned hospital in America, Provident Hospital in Chicago. It was the first hospital with a multi-racial staff. Cells taken from HENRIETTA LACKS, a poor tobacco farmer, were the first human biological cells scientists were ever able to successfully use to grow tissues in culture. It is still unknown what made her cells so remarkable. Those cells were essential in developing the polio vaccine which has made the U.S. polio-free since 1978. (In the 1940s and 1950s, polio crippled more than 35,000 per year on average).

>> MORE BLACK HISTORY MONTH FACTS | >>MORE ON THIS TOPIC

MEETINGS:   1:00 Curriculum Cmte - SSB 414

Black History Month

BLACK GREEKS – A WHO’S WHO OF MEMBERS

The historically African-American fraternities and sororities were founded between 1906 – 1963 and have been a force in the Black community in education, philanthropy, socially and politically. Black Greek organizations were initially patterned after the all-White organizations that excluded them, but added in cultural additions such as calls, hand signs, and step shows. Additionally, many members actively participate with the graduate branches of their organizations throughout their lives, not just in college. Notable members include CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, Rev. Jesse Jackson, and W.E.B. Dubois; FORMER SURGEON GENERAL Joycelyn Elders and the FIRST BLACK CONGRESSWOMAN Shirley Chisholm; EDUCATOR Cornel West; WRITERS Nikki Giovanni, Dr. Maya Angelou, and Toni Morrison; ENTERTAINERS Duke Ellington, Aretha Franklin, Paul Robeson, Lena Horne, John Singleton, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Steve Harvey; ATHLETES Michael Jordan, and Shaquille O’Neal; and JOURNALISTS Soledad O’Brien and Tavis Smiley. NOTE: Like Historically Black Colleges, Black fraternities and sororities do welcome non-Black members.

>> MORE ON THIS TOPIC

 

Black History MonthTAKE NOTES – BLACK MUSIC

From the 19th Century through today, African-American and Afro-Latins have been a driving force in popular music around the world. Following the Civil War, Black Americans, through employment as musicians playing European music in military bands, developed a new style of music called RAGTIME (Scott Joplin) which gradually evolved into JAZZ, often called “one of America's original art forms.” BLUES grew up from the Black South and would beget RHYTHM AND BLUES, SOUL, FUNK, ROCK N ROLL, and DISCO. In the 1970s and 1980s, Black artists developed HIP HOP and RAP that would also spread around the world. The influence of African rhythms, musical styles and instruments can also be heard in places like Brazil, Cuba and Puerto Rico where African slaves worked the fields of Spanish and Portuguese plantations. From these places came Mambo, Cha Cha, Salsa and Latin Jazz.

>>MORE ON THIS TOPIC

 

 


Black History MonthPAVING THE WAY

The Civil Rights Act of 1964, fought for by the Black Civil Rights Movement, actually benefited a wide spectrum of Americans including women, LGBT, Hispanics, Asians and other minorities. The Act outlaws discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin and requires equal access to public places and employment and the right to vote. The LGBT and woman’s rights movements would take inspiration and strategic tactics from the civil rights movement to achieve their own goals as would Chicano activists and Mexican-American labor leader Cesar Chavez. Chavez led the movement to improve working conditions for migrant farm workers and strengthen the power of unions. Discriminatory hiring and housing practices that restricted many Asians to low level employment and kept them from living in many neighborhoods feel away. Later in the 1990s, Asians could also use anti-discrimination laws to fight the “bamboo ceiling” preventing them from rising to management levels on the job.

>>MORE ON THIS TOPIC

 

EARLY LOS ANGELES LUMINARIES

The area that is now the commercial district in Downtown Los Angeles was once owned by BIDDY MASON, an illiterate slave who walked from Mississippi to California in 1951, won her freedom, and become a wealthy, successful entrepreneur and a generous contributor to social causes. She also financed and founded the Los Angeles branch of the First African Methodist Episcopal church (1st AME) which became a force in the Los Angeles community and politics. PIO PICO, was the last governor of California under Mexican rule, and one of the wealthiest land owners in Alto California in the 1850s. He owned huge rancho properties and was a prominent resident of Los Angeles. Pico was of Mexican, African, Native American and Italian decent. His parents moved to California from a part of Mexico where 2/3 of the population where mulato.

>>MORE ON THIS TOPIC

 

 

Black History MonthLIFE SAVERS – BLACKS IN MEDICINE

Did you know African-Americans played a crucial role in THE DEVELOPMENT OF PLASMA, HEART SURGERY AND THE POLIO VACCINE? DR. CHARLES DREW forged a new understanding of blood plasma that allowed blood to be stored and transported for transfusions. He also created a central location for the blood collection process and made sure all blood plasma was tested before it was shipped. This saved countless lives during World War II and gave rise to the American Red Cross Blood Bank. DR. HALE WILLIAMS is credited with having conducted the world’s first successful heart surgery in 1893 and founded the first Black-owned hospital in America, Provident Hospital in Chicago. It was the first hospital with a multi-racial staff. Cells taken from HENRIETTA LACKS, a poor tobacco farmer, were the first human biological cells scientists were ever able to successfully use to grow tissues in culture. It is still unknown what made her cells so remarkable. Those cells were essential in developing the polio vaccine which has made the U.S. polio-free since 1978. (In the 1940s and 1950s, polio crippled more than 35,000 per year on average).

>>MORE ON THIS TOPIC

 

 

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

March 2

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP:Transcript Tune-Up for Transfer| 10:00am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets Apr 26 & May 16

wildcat  


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

March 3

 

   

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Barstow @ WLAC | 2:00pm

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

March 4

   

 

   

 

wildcat  

TRACK - Cal State LA Invitational @ CSULA

MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

March 5

   

 

   


wildcat  

TRACK - Cal State LA Invitational @ CSULA

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

March 6

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

March 7

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

March 8

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. LA Valley @ WLAC | 2:00pm

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

March 9

 

wildcat  


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

March 10

 

   

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. LA Valley@ LA Valley | 2:00pm

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

March 11

   

 

   

 

   


wildcat  

TRACK - Ben Brown Invitational @ CSUF

MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

March 12

   

 

   


wildcat  

TRACK - Ben Brown Invitational @ CSUF
BASEBALL
- vs. LA Valley @ WLAC | 1:00pm

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

March 13

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

March 14

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

March 15

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Mission @ WLAC | 2:30pm

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

March 16

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

March 17

 

   

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: Transfer - General Overview| 1:00pm | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets Apr 18 & May 9

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Mission @ Sylmar | 2:30pm

TRACK - Northridge Invitational @ CSUN

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

March 18

   

 

   

 

wildcat  

TRACK - Northridge Invitational @ CSUN
BASEBALL
- vs. Mission @ WLAC | 2:30pm

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

March 19

   

 

   


wildcat  

TRACK - Northridge Invitational @ CSUN


   

 

SUNDAY

March 20

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

March 21

 

   

 

   


transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: CSU GE/IGETC Review| 10:00am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets Apr 28 & May 18

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Harbor @ Wilmington | 2:30pm

MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

March 22

 

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

March 23

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

March 24

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: CSU/UC Transfer Prep| 11:30am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets Apr 13 & May 24

   

 

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

March 25

   

 

   

 

   


trio  

TRIO WORKSHOP: Road Trip- Dominguez Hills

wildcat  

TRACK - Pasadena Games @ PCC


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

March 26

   

 

   


   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

March 27

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

March 28

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

March 29

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. College of the Canyons @ CoC | 2:30pm

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

March 30

 

wildcat  


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

March 31

 

   

CLOSED FOR CESAR CHAVEZ HOLIDAY

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. College of the Canyons @ WLAC | 2:30pm

     

FRIDAY

April 1

   

 

   

Spring Break April 1 - 8

   


wildcat  

TRACK - Coastal Meetl @ Cuesta College


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

April 2

   

Spring Break April 1 - 8

   


wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. College of the Canyons @ Valencia | 1:00pm

   

 

SUNDAY

April 3

   


Spring Break April 1 - 8

   

 

     

MONDAY

April 4

   

Spring Break April 1 - 8

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

April 5

 

   

Spring Break April 1 - 8

wildcat  

TRACK - S Cal Hep/Dec Champs l @ Cerritos College
BASEBALL
- vs. Bakersfield @ Bakersfield | 6:00pm

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

April 6

 

wildcat  

Spring Break April 1 - 8

TRACK - S Cal Hep/Dec Champs l @ Cerritos College

MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

April 7

 

   

Spring Break April 1 - 8

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Bakersfield @ WLAC | 2:30pm

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

April 8

   

 

   

Spring Break April 1 - 8

 

 

VITA...about VITA

MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

April 9

   

 

   


wildcat  

TRACK - Vaquero Classic l @ Glendale College
BASEBALL
- vs. Bakersfield @ Bakersfield | 6:00pm

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

April 10

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

April 11

 

   

2nd 8-WEEK SESSION BEGINS

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

April 12

 

   

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Antelope Valley @ WLAC | 2:30pm

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

April 13

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: CSU/UC Transfer Prep| 1:00pm | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets May 24

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

April 14

 

   

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Antelope Valley @ AV | 2:30pm

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

April 15

   

 

   

 

wildcat  

TRACK - Beach Invitational l @ CSULB

MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

April 16

   

 

   


wildcat  

TRACK - Beach Invitational l @ CSULB
BASEBALL
- vs. Antelope Valley @ WLAC | 1:00pm

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

April 17

   


   

 

     
   


MONDAY

April 18

 

   

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: Transfer - General Overview| 4:00pm | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets May 9

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

April 19

 

   

 

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Citrus College @ Glendora | 2:30pm

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

April 20

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

April 21

 

   

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: Been Accepted - Now What? for Cal States | 11:30am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets Apr 25 & May 20

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Citrus College @ WLAC | 2:30pm

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

April 22

   

 

   

 

wildcat  

TRACK - WSC Conf Prelims @ College of the Canyons

MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

April 23

   

 

   


wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Citrus College @ Glendora | 1:00pm

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

April 24

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

April 25

 

   

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: Been Accepted - Now What? for Cal States | 3:30pm | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets & May 20

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

April 26

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP:Transcript Tune-Up for Transfer| 11:30am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets May 16

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Glendale @ Glendale | 2:30pm

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

April 27

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

April 28

 

   

 

trio  

TRIO WORKSHOP: Greater Los Angeles National College Fair in Pasadena

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: CSU GE/IGETC Review| 11:30am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets May 18

wildcat  

BASEBALL- vs. Glendale @ WLAC | 2:30pm

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

April 29

   

 

   

 

   


trio  

TRIO WORKSHOP: "Finishing Strong" - Presented By: Dr. Flowers

wildcat  

TRACK - WSC Conf Prelims @ Bakersfield
BASEBALL
- vs. Glendale @ Glendale | 2:30pm

MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

April 30

   

 

   


   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

May 1

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

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MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

May 3

wildcat

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

May 4

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: UC TAG | 1:30pm | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets May 10 May 19 & May 23

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

May 5

 

   

 

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

May 6

   

 

deadline  

Last Day To Drop a Class with a "W"

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

May 7

   

 

   


wildcat  

TRACK - S Cal Prelim @ Antelope Valley College

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

May 8

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

May 9

 

   

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: Transfer - General Overview| 11:30am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor

   


MEETINGS:   x
transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: UC TAG | 10:00am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets May 19 & May 23

TUESDAY

May 10

wildcat

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

May 11

 

wildcat  


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

May 12

 

   

 

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

May 13

   

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

May 14

   

 

   


wildcat  

TRACK - S Cal Prelim @ Antelope Valley College

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

May 15

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

May 16

 

   

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP:Transcript Tune-Up for Transfer | 4:00pm | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

May 17

wildcat

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

May 18

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: CSU GE/IGETC Review | 4:30pm | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor

wildcat  


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

May 19

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: UC TAG | 11:30am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor
this workshop also meets May 23

   

 

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

May 20

   

 

   

 

   


transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: Been Accepted - Now What? for Cal States | 10:00am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor

wildcat  

TRACK - State Championships @ San Diego Mesa College

MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

May 21

   

 

   


wildcat  

TRACK - State Championships @ San Diego Mesa College

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

May 22

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

May 23

 

   

 

transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: UC TAG | 4:00pm | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

May 24

 

   


transfer  

TRANSFER WORKSHOP: CSU/UC Transfer Prep| 10:00am | Transfer Center SSB 3rd Floor

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

May 25

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

May 26

 

   

 

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

May 27

   

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

May 28

   

 

   


   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

May 29

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

May 30

 

   

COLLEGE CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAY

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

May 31

Finals: May 31 - June 6 Finals Schedule

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

June 1

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

June 2

 

   

 

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

June 3

   

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

June 4

   

 

   


   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

June 5

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

June 6

 

   

LAST DAY OF SPRING SEMESTER

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

June 7

 

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

June 8

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

June 9

 

   

 

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

June 10

   

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

June 11

   

 

   


   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

June 12

   


   

 

     

 

MONDAY

June 6

 

 
 

 

OTHER NEWS

 

 

 

Athletic Field  

ATHLETIC FIELD & TRACK CLOSURES
updated Dec.7, 2011

The Athletic Field & Track are closed to walker / joggers Sunday 9:00am - 4:00pm (Simon Bolivar Soccer League) and week days from 1:00 - 3:00pm (WLAC Soccer Class). In January, the track is closed week days from 12:00 - 5:00pm (WLAC Track & Feild practice)

College and community organizations using the field may close the gates earlier than the times stated above to prepare for their events. Additionally, the events may run over their time slots.

Please check back regulary for updates to the Athletics Field & Track schedule.

The track opens at 6:30am and closes at dark. Personal trainers who charge their clients must rent time on the track or any other athletic facility. Use of the turf field requires a permit.

NAMED 2011 BEST PLACE TO WALK & JOG (Culver City News)
Walkers and joggers are also welcome to use the perimeter of the campus and College Blvd which connect the campus to Jefferson.
If your dog is with you, please keep him/her on a leash and scoop the poop. Thanks.