El Camino College's Center for the Arts presents performances through January, including dance, music and a spirited debate on a contemporary issue.
A delegation of El Camino College journalism students recently attended national and regional conferences where they won awards for their work and gained a first-hand look into journalism careers
A variety of choral performances will be presented this fall, featuring highlights of student work and holiday themes.
Raise your voice and join the chorus for this year's "Messiah Sing-Along" at El Camino College, set for 7:30 p.m. Dec. 6 in the Campus Theatre.
El Camino College's student dance ensembles will present several performances this fall, showcasing a variety of themes and dance styles.
"The Nutcracker" returns to El Camino College for the holidays, bringing the magic of the season to Marsee Auditorium
A variety of El Camino College music ensembles will present concerts this fall, featuring highlights of student work and seasonal themes.
Recognized as a national leader in supporting first-generation students, El Camino College will join with other college and university campuses across the country to participate in First-Gen Awareness Week, a celebration of first-generation students, staff, and faculty that runs Nov. 4-8.
The El Camino College Center for the Arts will present a concert by the award-winning Akropolis Reed Quintet, which will perform at 8 p.m. Nov. 14 in Marsee Auditorium.
The El Camino College Center for the Arts welcomes violinist Ljubomir Velickovic, who will present an evening of chamber music titled "Fall Colors" at 5 p.m. Nov. 9 in Haag Recital Hall.
The Hispanic Outlook in Higher Education Magazine has once again named El Camino College as one of the "Top 100 Schools for Hispanics" in the nation.
El Camino College joins community colleges across the state for Undocumented Student Week of Action, October 14-18, 2019, to advocate and provide services for undocumented students.
The El Camino College Art Gallery will present the work of four Southern California artists in an exhibition of non-utilitarian furniture titled "But Can You Sit On It?" throughout October.
A student conference geared toward men of color will offer community college students and employees a day of academic, personal, and professional development
Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn's office recently awarded a $10,000 grant to the El Camino College Warrior Pantry to assist in efforts that help students facing food insecurities.
The El Camino College Theatre Department will bring two plays to the Campus Theatre this semester, featuring comedy, drama, romance, and a little magic.
It started with just one class. Shazia Bushra took a preschool teaching course at the Torrance Adult School last fall and was soon encouraged by her instructor to enroll in El Camino College to pursue her career goals.
El Camino College's Center for the Arts brings an action-packed lineup of events to the October calendar, including music, dance and an award-winning guest speaker.
El Camino College's Center for the Arts is preparing to open its 51st season, featuring an entertaining schedule of high-quality shows, concerts and favorite South Bay traditions such as the "Nutcracker," presented by the South Bay Ballet.
The El Camino College Art Gallery will present "Johns Canyon: A survey of work by Harrison Storms."
El Camino College's Center for the Arts recently announced its 51st season, full of high-quality shows, concerts and beloved South Bay traditions such as the "Nutcracker."
El Camino College will welcome nearly 800 new students to campus this fall via a newly expanded South Bay Promise program.
The El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees voted at its July 17 meeting to name the athletic field inside Murdock Stadium after longtime football coach John Featherstone.
Returning to school wasn't what El Camino College student George Rodriguez thought he would be doing at this point in his life.
A $25,000 grant from Edison International will make the academic goals of numerous El Camino College students possible this year
Incoming freshman Haseeb Khan is looking forward to his first year at El Camino College.
The latest choreography by El Camino College graduate Tzong-Han Wu has garnered attention, acclaim and awards throughout California and the west; soon it will debut to a national audience.
Spend summer nights at El Camino College! Enjoy entertaining events featuring music, dance and thought-provoking debates as part of the Center for the Arts' 50th anniversary season.
El Camino College will debut its 37th Annual Student Fashion Show "Runway to Wonderland" on June 3 in the East Dining Room.
El Camino College will present the 29th Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 23 in the ECC East Dining Room.
As a student at El Camino College, William Allen Young was a standout on the forensics team while earning an associate degree in speech communication.
A member of the El Camino Community College District Board of Trustees has been re-elected to a second 3-year term on the California Community College Trustees (CCCT) Board and was named one of its officers.
El Camino College journalism students recently won multiple awards in national, state and regional contests where newspaper, digital media and magazine content were entered into various competitions.
The El Camino College Concert Jazz Band will present "Ritmo Caliente" at 8 p.m. May 22 in Marsee Auditorium.
This spring, El Camino College music ensembles will present concerts in Marsee Auditorium as part of the ECC Center for the Arts' 50th anniversary season.
El Camino College will be the only community college in the leadership component of a nationwide program designed to support the success of first-generation college students.
Take a journey through Edgar Allan Poe's travels, loves, and three of his greatest works in the upcoming concert "Extraordinary Tales in Music," part of the El Camino College Center for the Arts' 50th anniversary season.
The celebrated Alan Chan Jazz Orchestra will present an evening of jazz featuring prominent guest musician Guo Yazhi at 8 p.m. May 10 in Marsee Auditorium as part of the El Camino College Center for the Arts' 50th anniversary season.
Audiences are invited to take a look into politics, broad comedy, vengeance, romance, servitude, forgiveness and magic in the El Camino College Theatre Department's production of "The Tempest."
El Camino College's Center for the Arts, the Fine Arts Division and Jazz @ El Camino College will present a daylong series of musical performances and workshops in Marsee Auditorium on May 11.
El Camino College Community Education honors the special bond that exists between mothers, daughters, sisters, grandmas, and girlfriends with the award-winning annual Mother-Daughter Tea.
El Camino College student dance groups will present spring performances showcasing different dance styles as part of the El Camino College Center for the Arts' 50th anniversary season.
The El Camino College Warrior Pantry recently received a large donation from Sugar Foods Corporation to help support students facing food insecurities.
El Camino College will present "Children's Day" from 9 a.m. to noon April 27 at the college's Art Patio.
The El Camino College forensics team recently won three national titles at the National Parliamentary Debate Association's tournament, including the overall national championship.
Celebrated classical guitarist Lynn McGrath will present "A Visit to Spain," an evening of music and poetry at 8 p.m. April 27 in the Campus Theatre as part of the El Camino College Center for the Arts' 50th anniversary season.
The El Camino College Community Education department recently received the 2018 Association of Community and Continuing Education (ACCE) Excellence in Community Education Program Award.
El Camino College is currently accepting applications for three open positions on its Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee.
The award-winning Los Angeles vocal ensemble m-pact will make its El Camino College debut at 8 p.m. April 19 in Marsee Auditorium as part of the El Camino College Center for the Arts' 50th anniversary season.
El Camino College will welcome area high school students to the 2019 Los Angeles South Bay Regional Chevron Design Challenge on Saturday, April 13.
The El Camino College Women's History Month Committee is seeking candidates for the 2019 Distinguished Women's Wall of Fame.
As a reading tutor volunteer, El Camino College child development major Wendy Rodriguez looks forward to planning lessons and assisting young students in her community.
El Camino College honored outstanding alumni and supporters Feb. 1 at the 2018 Distinguished Alumni & Gratitude Awards Dinner. More than 150 people filled the Torrance Marriott to honor four exemplary ECC alumni, one area philanthropist and one regional corporate partner.
Students are invited to enter their original artwork in El Camino College's 2019 Onizuka Space Science Day Arts Contest.
El Camino College students and faculty will present concerts, a Tony Award-winning musical, and a debate throughout March 2019 - all part of the ECC Center for the Arts' 50th anniversary season.
El Camino College will present high-energy concerts in addition to contemporary dance in March 2019 as part of the ECC Center for the Arts' 50th anniversary season.
The Montreal-based, cutting-edge classical string ensemble Collectif9 will present the concert “No Time for Chamber Music” at 8 p.m. March 23 in Marsee Auditorium.
The vibrant New York community of Washington Heights will come to life through contemporary music and dance this March in El Camino College's Campus Theatre.
With just a single violin, Joe Kye creates a whole symphony of sound in his performances, blending indie rock, jazz, classical, pop, and world folk to create a unique sound that leaves audiences in awe.
Back by popular demand, pianist Beth Nam and soprano Jessie Tisdale will again join the South Bay Children's Choir (SBCC) to present "An Afternoon of Classics" at 4 p.m. Feb. 24 in the El Camino College Campus Theatre.
The Los Angeles Opera visited El Camino College on Jan. 30 to present a special performance for South Bay elementary school students in a packed Marsee Auditorium.
The El Camino College Art Gallery will present "Personal Truth," featuring the work of five Southern California artists.
El Camino College offers hundreds of classes for the spring 2019 semester to help students meet their educational goals.