Financial aid event, free movie at Seahawk Center Wednesday

The Financial Aid Office and Associated Students host an awareness day and movie Wednesday (April 19), noon to 4 p.m. at the Seahawk Center. Information about filing FAFSA and other forms will be available. Games, food and a raffle for $10 bookstore vouchers are planned in the patio area in front of the building. The…

LAHC offering university field trips

By Devon Robinson, Staff Writer Los Angeles Harbor College is offering a field trip to UCLA, UC Merced. UC Santa Cruz UC Berkeley, and San Jose State University. The Transfer Center will be sponsoring a field trip along with EOPS and the Honors Program to UCLA on Friday, April 28th. There is a $40 refundable…

Drugs and alcohol seminar Tuesday

The Life Skills Center is sponsoring a two-hour program on drug and alcohol use and abuse Tuesday (April 18). Topics also include harm reduction and recovery. The two-hour seminar is expected to begin with what it terms “state of the art research findings” on preventing deaths from opioids. A panel discussion including several recovering addicts…

LAHC students warned of phone call fraud

By Celeste Bailey, Staff Writer On Wednesday morning (March 1), students were sent an email from Peggy Loewy Wellisch the Director of Financial Aid with the subject, “False LAHC grant calls.” The email addressed a scamming situation where students received calls where they are told that they would be receiving a school grant. In order…

Financial Aid services now available at Registration windows

By Celeste Bailey, Staff Writer As of Monday morning, (Feb. 27) the Financial Aid staff workers began serving students from the Registration windows in the SSA building, Vice President of Student Services Luis Dorado announced in an email to staff. The expansion of service is an attempt to cut down waiting time, which has been…

The Mystery Of The Fall 2016 Stickers

By Jocelyn Moguel On September 16th, ASO quietly announced the release of the new fall stickers after more than a month delay since the Fall 2016 semester started on August 26th. The Harbor Tides went out to investigate the fall stickers and why they were not released a month after the semester had started. Harbor…