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DACA

NEW RESOURCE PAGE FOR UNDOCUMENTED STUDENTS

A new page has been added to the WLAC.edu site. Students with questions about the CA Dream Act and the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) can be referred to www.WLAC.edu/DACA for information.

Also, please be aware that Marcela Hernandez is the designated academic counselor working with undocumented students.

 

express lane

EXPRESS LINE

You don't have to wait in the long line when seeking services at the Admissions Office on the 2nd Floor of the Student Services Building.

When you log-in at the kiosk, select "INSTRUCTOR"

 

 

 

 

roster

ROSTER DUE DATES

16 WEEK CLASSES
Feb 16: Last Day to Drop w/o a "W"
Feb 21: Census Roster Due

8 WEEK CLASSES
Feb 13: Last Day to Drop w/o a "W"
Feb 15: Census Roster Due

see academic calendar | see other Roster date

 
 
 
 
 

hours

 

 

 

SPECIAL HOURS thru FEB 16

ADMISSIONS/ FINANCIAL AID / BUSINESS OFFICE
Mon - Thur.....8:30 am to 7:00 pm
Fri....................8:30 am to 2:00 pm

COUNSELING & EXPRESSWAY / ASSESSMENT
Mon & Thur..............8:30 am to 7:00 pm
Wed & Tues.............8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Fri (Assessment)....8:30 am to 1:00 pm
Fri (Counseling)......8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sat, Feb 11 (Assmt)....8:00 am to 1:00 pm

BOOKSTORE
Feb 6 - Feb 16......Mon - Thur 8:00 am - 7:00 pm;  
Fri 8:00 am - 2:00 pm;  Sat (Feb 11 & 25) 8:00 - 2:00pm

 

 

 

 

open classes

TO FIND OPEN CLASSES

To find open classes, go to the searchable schedule online. If the number in the ENROLLED column is less than the MAX SEATS column, there's a good chance that you can still enroll in the class.

 
 
 
 
 

information sessions

 

COMING INFORMATION SESSIONS

YEAR UP - 1 Year to a Career:
Tuesdays 11:30 & Thursdays 5:00
...learn more

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN: Fri, Feb 3 | Noon | MSA 111

COMPUTER SCIENCE: Sat, Feb 4 | 2:00-4:00PM | CE 105

DENTAL ASSISTANT: Wed, Feb 8 | 5:30PM | MSA 103

PARALEGAL PROGRAM - Feb 16 | 6:00PM
...learn more

ACT - ACCELERATED COLLEGE TRANSFER: Sat, Feb 18, Mar 18, Apr 15...learn more

LA COLLEGE PROMISE -
$0 Tuition for the 1st Year for 2017 LAUSD Grads
Tues, Jan 31; Tues, Feb 28
...learn more

 

 

 

 

email

NEW STUDENT EMAIL & SIS UPDATE

The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) has launched a new Student Information System (SIS) Portal. Every student at any of the nine campuses in the District, including West, will be able to log into all LACCD student systems, including the Office 365 email and OneDrive, using a single sign-on.

To access the new email, students must update their password. The new password will also be used for the new student portal when it is implemented. Check your emails for updates on the new SIS....learn more

 
 
 
 
 

free college

IT'S FREE! ....STRENTHEN YOUR
MATH and/or ENGLISH SKILLS

During Winter Session, sharpen your skills in English, Math and/or use of Computers. This prep can help you perform better in Spring classes and/or give you a higher score on the Assessment Test (so that you can graduate sooner). Each class meets only twice per week from Jan 3 - Feb 5. 

...learn more

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Athletics Update

LOOKING BACK - WILDCAT HIGHLIGHTS

FOOTBALL: West finished number 6 in the State with great stats including 1st in passing yards and 3rd in yards per game. Jorge Reyna finished 1st first nationally in six passing categories including pass completions. He was named SCFA – American Metro League – Offensive Player of the Year and was signed by Fresno State University with a full scholarship. Wide receivers Daniel Bell and Rasheed Cox led the nation in receptions with 94 and 73 respectively.

LADY WILDCATS: Doshawn Franks, West’s 2016 Athlete of the Year, transferred to NCAA Div. I Northern Illinois University with a track scholarship and Soccer Goalie Monica Stieber signed on with the soccer team at St. Francis University in Fort Wayne, IN.

...read more

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Welcome Back

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
Spring Welcome Back

Wed, Feb 15 | 12:45 - 3:00 | HLRC (Library) 4th Flr

International students are invited to a welcome back gathering. Meet other international students and WLAC's International Ambassadors who can answer your questions about the college and its resources and processes. Also get tips on living in Los Angeles.

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FACULTY / STAFF EDITION
 

MONDAY

February 6

 

   

SPRING 2017: REGULAR CLASSES BEGIN

   


MEETINGS:   9:30 Cabinet Mtg - WINLOCK

TUESDAY

February 7

 

MEETINGS:   10:00 Stu Svc Council - SSB 414; 3:00 Academic Senate - WINLOCK; 3:30 Admin Support - PCR

WEDNESDAY

February 8

 

event  

DENTAL ASSISTING Info Session | 5:30 | MSA 103 ... learn more


   


MEETINGS:   12:00 Summer Bridge - VP CONF; 1:00 Curriculum Tech Review - WINLOCK; 3:00 Student Success - SSB 414

THURSDAY

February 9

 

BHM  

BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENT...see flyer

PRESENTATION: Brer Rabbit & Brer Fox: Understanding Slave Folktales as Literature
Library 2nd Flr - Winlock Lounge | 12:30 - 2:00 | Prof. Anthony A. Lee

   

 

   

Black History Month profileThis year, WestWeek's Black History Month Spotlight focuses on African-Americans who have made their mark in business...see more

MADAM CJ WALKER - A Self-Made Millionaire

Sarah Breedlove (1867 – 1919), known as Madam C. J. Walker, was an African American entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a political and social activist. Eulogized as the first female self-made millionaire in America, she became one of the wealthiest African American women in the country. Walker made her fortune by developing and marketing a line of beauty and hair products for black women through Madame C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company, the successful business she founded. Walker was also known for her philanthropy and activism. She made financial donations to numerous organizations and became a patron of the arts. Villa Lewaro, Walker’s lavish estate in Irvington-on-Hudson, New York, served as a social gathering place for the African American community... more


transfer  

Meet with the UCLA Peer Mentor | 8:30 - Noon...see other coming activities


MEETINGS:   10:00 Outreach - SSB 414; 1:00 SEAC - SSB 414

FRIDAY

February 10

   

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

February 11

   

 

   

SPRING 2017: SATURDAY CLASSES BEGIN

wildcat  

W. BASKETBALL - vs Bakersfield @ Bakersfield | 5:00pm
M. BASKETBALL
-
vs Bakersfield @ Bakersfield | 3:00pm

   


   

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

February 12

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

February 13

 

BHM  

BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENT...see flyer

PERFORMANCE: The Voice of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Location TBA | 11:30 - 1:30 | Gerald C. Rivers, Actor

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   9:00 FA Supervisor Interviews - SSB 414; 9:30 Cabinet - WINLOCK

TUESDAY

February 14

 

BHM  

BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENT...see flyer

PANEL DISCUSSION: Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality: The Marginalization of "the Other"
Library 2nd Flr - Winlock Lounge | 12:30 - 2:00 | Prof. Tiffany Lanoix & Nuala Linke-Ivic

   

 

   

Black History MonthThis year, WestWeek's Black History Month Spotlight focuses on African-Americans who have made their mark in business...see more

CLIFTON R. WHARTON, JR - 1st Black CEO of Fortune 500 Company

Clifton R. Wharton, Jr. ( 1926 - ) is one of only 15 black executives who have ever made it to the Chairman or CEO position of a "Fortune 500" listed company and he was the first to do so. He served as Chairman and CEO of TIAA-CREF, the leading retirement provider for people who work in the academic, research, medical and cultural fields. Dr. Wharton, Jr. also served as president of Michigan State University (1970-78); chancellor of the State University of New York System (1978-87); chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation; and in foreign policy advisory posts for six U.S. presidents...more


workshop  

"Game of Loans" | 1:30 | MSA 010
Understand the difference between Scholarships, Grants and Federal Loans and how to secure financial aid ... sponsored by TRiO


events  

AUDITIONS: Whether you are an aspiring actor or just enjoy moments in the spotlight, all are welcome to tryout for WLAC's Spring Theater Performance. Auditions - Tues, Feb 14 @ 3:00 in HLRC (Library), Room 115. Direct questions to forierem@wlac.edu


MEETINGS:   9:00 Construction - WINLOCK; 10:00 Outreach - SSB 414; 12:30 Academic Senate - SSB 414; 3:30 Admin Support - PCR

WEDNESDAY

February 15

 

wildcat  

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

international  

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS - WELCOME BACK
Wed, Feb 15 | 12:45 - 3:00 | HLRC (Library) 4th Flr

MEETINGS:   1:00 Curriculum - WINLOCK

THURSDAY

February 16

 

   

 

deadline  

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

   


transfer  

Meet with the UCLA Peer Mentor | 8:30 - Noon...see other coming activities


wildcat  

Conference Relays - Track & Field

MEETINGS:   9:00 Sup Income Retirement Orientation - FA 100; 11:30 Dr. Jone's Chairs - PCR; 1:00 SS&SP Advisory - SSB 414; 1:00 Personnel Commission Workshop - WINLOCK

FRIDAY

February 17

   

PRESIDENTS' DAY HOLIDAY

wildcat  

Conference Relays - Track & Field

SATURDAY

February 18

   

PRESIDENTS' DAY HOLIDAY

wildcat  

W. BASKETBALL - vs College of the Canyons @ Santa Clarita | 5:00pm
M. BASKETBALL
-
vs College of the Canyons @ Santa Clarita | 3:00pm


   

Hospitality & Travel - Tourism Career Day |


SUNDAY

February 19

   

PRESIDENTS' DAY HOLIDAY

   

 

MONDAY

February 20

   

PRESIDENTS' DAY HOLIDAY

   


TUESDAY

February 21

 

BHM  

BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS...see flyer

PANEL DISCUSSION: Black Men Speak:  Autobiography in the Construction of Black Masculinity
Library 2nd Flr - Winlock Lounge | 12:30 - 2:00 | Dean Walter Jones & Prof. Anthony A. Lee

7th ANNUAL AFRICAN MARKETPLACE brought to you by the Black Student Union
Music, Food, Jewelry, Clothes and more | MSA Plaza

Black History MonthThis year, WestWeek's Black History Month Spotlight focuses on African-Americans who have made their mark in business...see more

BIDDY MASON - Wealthy Los Angeles Landlord & 1st AME (Los Angeles) Founder

Bridget "Biddy" Mason (1818 - 1891) was born an illiterate Black slave in Mississippi. When her owner moved to Utah, Mason walked the strenuous two-thousand-mile cross-country trek, responsible for herding the cattle. When they moved again, it was to California. Mason learned that California was a free state and petitioned the court to grant she and her daughters freedom. Only ten years after gaining her freedom, she had worked and saved enough to buy a site on Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles. This made her one of the first black women to own land in Los Angeles. In 1884, she sold a parcel of the land and built a commercial building with spaces for rental on the remaining land. She continued making wise decisions in business and real estate amassing a small fortune for the day. Mason was also a founding member and financer of First African Methodist Episcopal, L.A.'s first black church. She gave generously to various charities and provided food and shelter for the poor of all races... more

 

 

wildcat  

Baseball v. Grossmont 2:00 PM @ West

   


MEETINGS:   CA / AVP - SSB 414; 3:00 Academic Senate Exec - WINLOCK; 3:30 Admin Support - PCR

WEDNESDAY

February 22

 

BHM  

BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENTS...see flyer

7th ANNUAL AFRICAN MARKETPLACE brought to you by the Black Student Union
Music, Food, Jewelry, Clothes and more | MSA Plaza

   

 

This year, WestWeek's Black History Month Spotlight focuses on African-Americans who have made their mark in business...see more

ROBERT S. ABBOTT - Founder of The Chicago Defender

Robert S. Abbott (1870 –1940), son of slaves, was an African-American lawyer and newspaper publisher and editor. Abbott founded the The Chicago Defender newspaper, which grew to have the highest circulation of any black-owned newspaper in the country and has been described as the "most important" paper of what was then known as the colored or negro press. The Defender reported and campaigned against Jim Crow era violence and urged blacks in the American South to come north in what became the Great Migration. It attracted the writing talents of Langston Hughes, Gwendolyn Brooks and Willard Motley... more

 

clubs  

BLACK STUDENT UNION | 2:00 - 4:00 | Library 2nd Flr - Winlock

 

   


MEETINGS:   12:00 Summer Bridge - VP CONF

THURSDAY

February 23

 

transfer  

Meet with the UCLA Peer Mentor | 8:30 - Noon...see other coming activities


   

 

   

 

MEETINGS:   DENTAL HYGIENE ACCREDITATION VISIT - PCR; 9:30 Teamsters - WINLOCK; AFT Chapter Mtg - WINLOCK; 3:00 Budget Mtg - SSB 414

FRIDAY

February 24

   

 

   

 

transfer  

UNIVERSITY FIELD TRIP: UC Riverside...learn more

wildcat  

WSC South Meet - Track & Field

   


MEETINGS:   DENTAL HYGIENE ACCREDITATION VISIT - PCR; 8:00 Resource Family Approval - SSB 414

SATURDAY

February 25

   

 

   

 

events  

ACT - Accelerated College Transfer: Info Session 9:30am...learn more

   


   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

February 26

   


   

8:00 Resource Family Approval - SSB 414; 8:00 FKCE -

 

     

MONDAY

February 27

 

transfer  

Meet with a CAL STATE DOMINGUEZ HILLS rep | 10:00 - 3:00...see other coming activities


   

 

   


MEETINGS:   9:30 Cabinet - WINLOCK; 3:00 SLO Cmte - WINLOCK

TUESDAY

February 28

 

   

 

BHM  

BLACK HISTORY MONTH EVENT...see flyer

PANEL DISCUSSION: Christianity in Africa: Ethiopia
Library 2nd Flr - Winlock Lounge | 12:30 - 2:00 | Prof. Grace Chee

Black History MonthThis year, WestWeek's Black History Month Spotlight focuses on African-Americans who have made their mark in business...see more

JOHN HAROLD JOHNSON - Founder of Ebony & Jet Magazines

John Harold Johnson (1918 – 2005) was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company and the first African American to appear on the Forbes 400. Johnson's Ebony and Jet magazines were among the most influential African-American businesses in media in the second half of the twentieth century. Growing up, Johnson endured much teasing and taunting at his high school for his ragged clothes and country ways. The articles in Ebony, were designed to look like those in Life or Look magazines and emphasized the achievements of successful African Americans. Johnson then expanded the reporting to include issues such as African-American militancy, civil rights legislation and other aspects of segregation and discrimination. In 1972, he was named publisher of the year by the major magazine publishers in the United States... more

 

event  

LA COLLEGE PROMISE Info Session | 6:00pm...get more details

   


MEETINGS:   8:00 Faculty Eval Training - SSB 414; 9:00 Construction - WINLOCK; 12:30 Senate - SSB 414; 3:30 Admin Support - PCR; 5:00 Adjunct Orientation - WINLOCK

WEDNESDAY

March 1

 

   


MEETINGS:   12:30 PIE - SSB 414

THURSDAY

March 2

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   1:00 College Council - SSB 414

FRIDAY

March 3

   

 

   

 

   

 

   


   


MEETINGS:   10:00 West Connect - WINLOK

SATURDAY

March 4

   

 

community event  

EARLY VOTING | FA 103

   


   

Responsibility Workshop | Fine Arts Theater

SUNDAY

March 5

   


community event  

EARLY VOTING | FA 103

   

 

     

This year's WestWeek Black History Month Spotlights are focused on history makers in business.

MADAM CJ WALKER - A Self-Made Millionaire

Sarah Breedlove (1867 – 1919), known as Madam C. J. Walker, was an African American entrepreneur, philanthropist, and a political and social activist. Eulogized as the first female self-made millionaire in America, she became one of the wealthiest African American women in the country. Walker made her fortune by developing and marketing a line of beauty and hair products for black women through Madame C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company, the successful business she founded. Walker was also known for her philanthropy and activism. She made financial donations to numerous organizations and became a patron of the arts. Villa Lewaro, Walker’s lavish estate in Irvington-on-Hudson, New York, served as a social gathering place for the African American community.

>> READ MORE

 

Black History MonthCLIFTON R. WHARTON, JR - 1st Black CEO of Fortune 500 Company

Clifton R. Wharton, Jr. ( 1926 - ) is one of only 15 black executives who have ever made it to the Chairman or CEO position of a "Fortune 500" listed company and he was the first to do so. He served as Chairman and CEO of TIAA-CREF, the leading retirement provider for people who work in the academic, research, medical and cultural fields. Dr. Wharton, Jr. also served as president of Michigan State University (1970-78); chancellor of the State University of New York System (1978-87); chairman of the Rockefeller Foundation; and in foreign policy advisory posts for six U.S. presidents.

>> READ MORE

 

 


Black History MonthBIDDY MASON - Wealthy Los Angeles Landlord & 1st AME (Los Angeles) Founder

Bridget "Biddy" Mason (1818 - 1891) was born an illiterate Black slave in Mississippi. When her owner moved to Utah, Mason walked the strenuous two-thousand-mile cross-country trek, responsible for herding the cattle. When they moved again, it was to California. Mason learned that California was a free state and petitioned the court to grant she and her daughters freedom. Only ten years after gaining her freedom, she had worked and saved enough to buy a site on Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles. This made her one of the first black women to own land in Los Angeles. In 1884, she sold a parcel of the land and built a commercial building with spaces for rental on the remaining land. She continued making wise decisions in business and real estate amassing a small fortune for the day. Mason was also a founding member and financer of First African Methodist Episcopal, L.A.'s first black church. She gave generously to various charities and provided food and shelter for the poor of all races.

>> READ MORE

 

ROBERT S. ABBOTT - Founder of The Chicago Defender

Robert S. Abbott (1870 –1940), son of slaves, was an African-American lawyer and newspaper publisher and editor. Abbott founded the The Chicago Defender newspaper, which grew to have the highest circulation of any black-owned newspaper in the country and has been described as the "most important" paper of what was then known as the colored or negro press. The Defender reported and campaigned against Jim Crow era violence and urged blacks in the American South to come north in what became the Great Migration. It attracted the writing talents of Langston Hughes, Gwendolyn Brooks and Willard Motley.

>> READ MORE

 

 

Black History MonthJOHN HAROLD JOHNSON - Founder of Ebony & Jet Magazines

John Harold Johnson (1918 – 2005) was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company and the first African American to appear on the Forbes 400. Johnson's Ebony and Jet magazines were among the most influential African-American businesses in media in the second half of the twentieth century. Growing up, Johnson endured much teasing and taunting at his high school for his ragged clothes and country ways. The articles in Ebony, were designed to look like those in Life or Look magazines and emphasized the achievements of successful African Americans. Johnson then expanded the reporting to include issues such as African-American militancy, civil rights legislation and other aspects of segregation and discrimination. In 1972, he was named publisher of the year by the major magazine publishers in the United States.

>> READ MORE

 

 

MONDAY

March 6

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

March 7

 

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

March 8

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

March 9

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

March 10

   

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

March 11

   

 

   


   


   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

March 12

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

March 13

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

March 14

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

March 15

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

March 16

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

March 17

   

 

   

 

   


   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

March 18

   

 

   


events  

ACT - Accelerated College Transfer: Info Session 9:30am...learn more

   


wildcat  

 

Baseball v. LA Mission 1:00 PM @ West

   

 

SUNDAY

March 19

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

March 20

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

March 21

 

event  

LA COLLEGE PROMISE Info Session | 6:00pm...get more details

   


MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

March 22

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

March 23

 

wildcat  

Baseball v. LA Pierce 2:30 PM @ West

   

 

   

 

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

March 24

   

 

   

 

   


   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

March 25

   

 

   


   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

March 26

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

March 27

 

   

 

   


   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

March 28

wildcatBaseball v. LA Pierce 2:30 PM @ West

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

March 29

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

March 30

 

   

NO CLASSES

wildcat  

Baseball v. Bakersfield 2:30 PM @ West

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

March 31

   

 

   

CESAR CHAVEZ DAY HOLIDAY

   


   

 


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

April 1

   

 

   


   

SPRING BREAK: April 1 - 7


   

 

SUNDAY

April 2

   


   

SPRING BREAK: April 1 - 7

     

MONDAY

April 3

   

SPRING BREAK: April 1 - 7

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

April 4

 

   

SPRING BREAK: April 1 - 7

wildcat  

Baseball v. Bakersfield 2:30 PM @ West

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

April 5

 

   

SPRING BREAK: April 1 - 7


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

April 6

 

   

SPRING BREAK: April 1 - 7

wildcat  

Baseball v. LA Valley 2:30 PM @ West

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

April 7

   

 

   

SPRING BREAK: April 1 - 7

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

April 8

   

 

   


wildcat  

Baseball v. LA Valley 1:00 PM @ West

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

April 9

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

April 10

 

   

SECOND 8-WEEK SESSION BEGINS

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

April 11

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

April 12

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

April 13

 

workshop  

RESUME WORKSHOP | 1:30 | CE 225 (Computer Lab - bring flash drive with draft of your resume)
How to Use Job Descriptions to Better Your Chances of Getting Hired...sponsored by TRiO

   


MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

April 14

   

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

April 15

   

 

   


events  

ACT - Accelerated College Transfer: Info Session 9:30am...learn more

wildcat  

Baseball v. Antelope Valley 1:00 PM @ West

   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

April 16

   


   

 

     
   


MONDAY

April 17

 

   

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

April 18

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

April 19

 

event  

DENTAL ASSISTING Info Session | 5:30 | MSA 103 ... learn more


   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

April 20

 

   

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

April 21

   

 

deadline  

LAST DAY TO FILE FOR SPRING GRADUATION...learn more

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

April 22

   

 

   


   


wildcat  

 

Baseball v. LA Mission 1:00 PM @ West

   

 

SUNDAY

April 23

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

April 24

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

April 25

 

wildcat  

Baseball v. LA Pierce 2:30 PM @ West

   


MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

April 26

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

April 27

 

   

 

   

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

April 28

   

 

   

 

   


   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

April 29

   

 

   


   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

April 30

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

May 1

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

May 2

 

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

May 3

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

May 4

 

   

 

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

May 5

   

 

deadline  

Last Day to Drop a Class With a "W"

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

May 6

   

 

   


   


   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

May 7

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

May 8

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

May 9

 

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

May 10

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

May 11

 

   

Poster Showcase

Awards presentation 1:00pm

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

May 12

   

 

   

 

   


MEETINGS:   x

SATURDAY

May 13

   

 

   


   


   

 


   

 

SUNDAY

May 14

   


   

 

     

MONDAY

May 15

 

   

 

   


   


MEETINGS:   x

TUESDAY

May 16

 

MEETINGS:   x

WEDNESDAY

May 17

 

   


   


MEETINGS:   x

THURSDAY

May 18

 

   

 

   

 

MEETINGS:   x

FRIDAY

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alumnusThe Dickinson Press recently profiled Football alumnus Tray Boone. After helping lead local Narbonne High School to its first city title he came to West where he split time at wide receiver and running back, totaling 1,600 yards of offense. From West, he caught the attention of Dickson State (N.D.). While at Dickinson, a play he made even made it into ESPN’s Top 10. Of his time there, Boone said, “It's peaceful. I like it…The chance to play football, that's great. But the chance to get my degree, to get this piece of paper that's going to really set my life in the direction I want to go; that's probably the best thing I'm getting out of this situation. That's what I wanted. I'm more than thankful for it."…see story at http://www.thedickinsonpress.com/sports/blue-hawks/4120602-long-road-glory-dsus-boone-chased-football-la-dickinson#.V-NdIiyewAI.facebook

 

       

 

 

JAN 10 & 24
HEALTH OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM - Information Session
10:00am | MSA Building, Room 108

JAN 11
MEDICAL ASSISTING ORIENTATION - Information Session
5:00pm | SC Building, Room 108

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT PROGRAM - Information Session...learn more
6:30pm | SC Building, Room 106

 

       

 

FACULTY / STAFF EAP WORKSHOPS

Feb 28 ESTATE PLANNING | 11:30 | TBD

mar 22 LONGEVITY & IMPROVING QUALITY OF LIFE | 12:30 | SSB 414

apr 26SEXUAL ASSAULT AWARENESS MONTH (SAAM) | 11:30 | SSB 414

tba HEALTH & WELLNESS EXPO | TBA | MSA Walkway

may 25 CREATING WORK-LIFE BALANCE | 1:30 | SSB 414

       

 


 

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ANOTHER AWARD FOR ONLINE PROGRAM

West has been ranked #7 in the nation on the 2017 Most Affordable Online Colleges for Social Science Degrees. SR Education says, "This set of rankings represents schools across the nation that are making an effort to provide economical options for students seeking online social science degrees. Due to exceptional affordability, West Los Angeles College is ranked 7th in Anthropology." See full list. | West was also recently ranked #2 Online Program among CA Community Colleges by www.AccreditedSchoolsOnline.org

       

 

ONLINE - ANY TIME
Sell Your Textbooks

The campus bookstore is now allowing students to trade their unwanted textbooks for cash throughout the year. Through an online service, you are now able to receive a pre-paid shipping label and mail your unwanted textbooks to MSB Textbook Exchange. They will then send you a check for your books within 3 weeks. ...learn more