Archive for the ‘Scholarships’ Category


LACC Foundation Scholarships & Awards Ceremony

LACC Foundation held its 2017 Scholarships & Awards Ceremony yesterday at the El Camino Theater. We are proud to say that 312 scholarships were awarded with a value over $200,000. Combined with funds provided in the Fall, the Foundation has given over 1100 awards and scholarships with a value of over $560,000, to dedicated students during the 2016-2017 academic year!! Thank you to our scholarship donors for the generosity in supporting the dedicated and deserving LACC students. Without your...

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Donor Spotlight: Palmer Langdon

In 1952, a young man took an electronics class at LACC, taught by Professor Nathan Eisen. The young man found that his life and career path were changed forever after taking that class. Sixty-two years later, that young man, alumnus Palmer Langdon, decided to establish an endowed scholarship for computer technology students in honor of that professor who inspired him, by creating the Nathan Eisen Computer Technology Scholarship. Professor Eisen taught electronics and physics at LACC from 1946 to...

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2014-05-27 John Niroula Math Recognition

Student Sets LA City College Transfer Record

LOS ANGELES – John Niroula, LA City College student and one of five initial recipients of LACC Foundation’s President’s Scholar Award, is the first currently enrolled full-time student in LACC’s history to be accepted as a transfer student to California Institute of Technology. Based upon his extraordinary academic success, John has also been accepted to Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Yale University. The President’s Scholar Award provides full support to outstanding graduating high school students who commit to attend...

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2014 Scholarships & Awards Ceremony

LACC Foundation congratulates scholarship recipients at its Scholarships & Awards Ceremony, held on Thursday, May 15, 2014.

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Registered Nursing Program Celebrates its Ten-Year Anniversary

June 2014 marks the ten-year anniversary of the Los Angeles City College Registered Nursing Program. In all, 16 cohorts of students have graduated — adding 423 registered nurses to the health care community! In celebration of its ten-year anniversary, the program has created A Nurse’s Mission, its first alumni-to-student scholarship program with funds donated from Frances Rice-Farrand, LACC educator, and Camille Diaz, 2004 Class President. Nursing professionals make a difference in the lives of patients every day. Now you...

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2014-04-21 John Niroula Scholarship

John Niroula Awarded Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship

John Niroula, LACC student and one of five initial recipients of Los Angeles City College Foundation’s President’s Scholar Award, was recently awarded a Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship — one of only 85 scholarships awarded to transfer students in the country this year. John is the first recipient at Los Angeles City College since the scholarship was established in 1987. John was given a surprise reception by the LACC Foundation and LACC administrators, faculty and staff to...

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2013-09-09 President's Scholars II

President’s Scholar Award

Los Angeles City College Announces Creation of the President’s Scholar Award LOS ANGELES — In recognition of Ms. Reneé D. Martinez’ permanent appointment as President of Los Angeles City College (LACC), LACC has created the President’s Scholar Award — a scholarship designed to provide full support to outstanding graduating high school students who commit to attend LACC for two years, in order to graduate and/or transfer to a four-year college or university. Earning the designation of President’s Scholar is...

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