Through the Community Services Department people can learn new skills, meet new friends, develop hobbies, and participate in recreational and special interest classes. Programs include arts and crafts, music, dance, fitness, sports, educational and career development classes. Classes are offered for nearly every age group from toddlers to seniors.
You can register for ELAC Community Services classes online. Browse our offerings by clicking “courses” or “search” on the left-side colum of this screen. If you are a new student click on “sign in” and create a new student profile. If you are registering a child for a class please make sure you create a household profile under parent's name and add youth members to profile. Remember your password and use it every time you register for a new class. If you were registered for community services classes before a profile has been created for you already. Simply contact our office at 323-265-8793 and provide us with an e-mail address so that we can send you your login information.
April 11 & 12 - 2nd Session Spring Classes Begin
May 4 - Summer registration begins
June 6 & 7 - 1st Session Summer Classes Begin
July 3 - 5 - Labor Day Weekend Holiday (no classes, office closed)
AMADEUS YOUNG SOLOISTS MUSIC COMPETITION
This is a great opportunity for gifter young musicicans to show their talents, win prizes, and get valuable feedback from distinguished artists.
Competition: Sat, Oct. 24, 2015 & Awards Concert: Sun, Oct. 25, 2015
Piano, Strings, Woodwinds, and Brass Performers
Group 1: Ages 6 - 8 years
Group 2: Ages 9 - 12 years
Group 3: Ages 13 - 18 years
NO SUMMER SWIMMING:
Due to a mechanical system project, the ELAC Swim Stadium Pool will be closed during summer 2015. Community Services will not be able to offer any swimming classes until the fall semester.
The Community Services Office is located in bungalow A4 (in the stadium parking lot) at East Los Angeles College. The office is open Monday-Friday: 8:30-4:45pm; and Saturday-Sunday: 7:00-3:00pm.
All vehicles parked in a campus parking lot must display a valid permit at all times. Overnight parking is prohibited. C.V.C. Section 21113.(A).. Permits must be properly displayed either hanging from the rear view mirror, facing out, or face up on the driver's side of the dashboard. Improperly displayed permits will result in a citation. A permit does not exempt you from receiving a citation. It is your responsibility to properly display your permit.
Winter and Summer parking permits are FREE for Community Services students. Please request a permit at the time of registration. Fall and Spring permits may be purchased for $10 per semester.