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Student FAQ

View answers to frequently asked questions.

 

To date, 87 members of the El Camino College community have tested positive for COVID-19. To honor the privacy rights afforded to medical patients, any identifying information about these individuals is considered confidential and will not be disclosed.

Students and employees who may have been exposed to the affected individuals are identified, notified, and advised on the appropriate actions to take, including self-isolating and watching for symptoms. Areas these individuals are known to have visited before testing positive for COVID-19 are identified so they can undergo thorough disinfection.

Every aspect of El Camino College’s response to the outbreak is guided by protocol from public health agencies, including the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control.

 

As of Fall 2021, approximately 20 percent of classes will be on campus, and beginning Winter and Spring 2022, we are planning for 75 percent of classes either being face to face or hybrid. 

 You can stay on course by registering for Winter 2022 and Spring 2022 beginning November 17, 2021Register today.  

 

The majority of campus employees are working remotely, with only select campus services are being delivered in person:

Student Services Building is open on the first floor,

Monday - Thursday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Friday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

 

The Warrior Welcome Center and its computer lab is open for in-person registration and support.

 

The Libraryis open for technology (laptop, hotspot, and calculator) and book pick up

Monday - Thursday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

 

We also offer a variety of services online:

 

Student Health Services is offering Nurse Practitioner Consultations and Telemental Health psychotherapy sessions with licensed clinical psychologists to currently enrolled El Camino College students

 

The Los Angeles County Public Health Department's website provides information on where to receive the vaccine and an updated list of who's now eligible to receive it. 

Student Health Services is also offering free COVID-19 vaccinations on campus to El Camino College students, faculty, and staff. Learn more.

Students are asked to complete the following forms to seek an exemption.

Opting for a Pass / No Pass instead of a grade is a BIG DEAL. For information on the grading basis decision process, view this video. and this presentation.

Pass / No Pass Deadlines To Be Announced

Yes, the California Community College system has compiled a list of companies providing free or low-cost internet access. View the List.

Laptop, Hotspot, Calculator Loan Program

El Camino College is here to support you. We realize that completing your studies online is challenging. Please take a moment to complete the following short survey so that we can better understand your technology needs and eligibility for the El Camino College Technology Loan Program.

  • If eligible, you will be contacted with distribution instructions.
  • You must be registered for the current term.
  • You must also have completed the following applications: Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), or the California Dream Act application.
  • Laptop supplies are limited and not guaranteed.

Submit Technology Loan Form

 

Our Outreach and School Relations office is offering events. Drop in and ask any questions you have about the enrollment process.

View Upcoming Events

 

The Warrior Welcome Center is offering drop-in enrollment support to help you get started at El Camino College.