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Mon -Thurs: 8 am to 7 pm
Fri: 8 am to 4:30 pm 

Saturday (8/28, 9/4, 9/11): 9 am to 1 pm

 

Announcements - updated 8/28/2021

1) Fall open enrollment is going on now for all students. Students enroll online at mycollege.laccd.edu . The Class Schedule is online now inside the student portal or online at http://lacitycollege.edu/Academics/Classes/Class-Schedules 

  • Students can enroll online without a permission number through the second day of class if the class is open. 
  • If the class is full, you can choose a different class or send an email to the instructor to request a permission number to enroll online.
  • Last day to enroll online with a permission number, September 12, 2021. 

2) Canvas will update for online class access within 2 hours of enrollment. To access your online class, log into the student portal at mycollege.laccd.edu and click on Canvas. 

3) EW, Requests for Excused Withdrawal - Students who do not successfully complete classes due to the COVID-19 crisis may request an Excused Withdrawal (EW) grade. Please submit the online general petition at http://www.lacitycollege.edu/Admissions/Admissions-Records/General-Petition . Be sure to include student name, student number, semester, course name, and course number. We will process EW requests in the order received. We will confirm by email once it is processed. The average petition processing period is 4 to 6 weeks. This time frame may vary depending on our workload. We make every effort to process as soon as possible. From Spring 2020 to Summer 2021, documentation is not required for EW COVID-19 related requests. As of Fall 2021, documentation will be required for approval of EW requests. 

4) For Admissions and Records, all items to be processed must be emailed from the LACCD student email account to admissions@lacitycollege.edu. We will reply to your email once processed. 

5) If you are checking on incoming transcripts, please note, the To Do List item does not prevent enrollment. 

6) If you have trouble with enrollment, the Admissions Office can process it for you if you send an email to admissions@lacitycollege.edu from your student email account. Use "Add Class" for a subject line and be sure to include student name, student number, course name, course number, and permission number from the instructor (if necessary). 

7) Our standard processing time for Parchment transcript orders is up to 10 business days (approximately two weeks). Please note this is separate from delivery method so please also factor in delivery time if you chose the physical mailing option. 

8) Spring 2021 Certificates and Degrees - We will process all awards by end of August and plan to mail them directly to student by end of September. Keep an eye on your online transcript because you will see your award posted there as soon as we process it. Summer 2021 awards will be processed by end of October. 

9) For K12 students, please note once the permission form is processed you may enroll into class. The High School student hold does not come off until you graduate but we use other pages to process the permission form. You may enroll into the specific classes listed on the form. A new form is required for every semester.

Instructional Videos

How to Apply to Los Angeles City College
How to Add a Class with a Permission Number
How to Add a Class without a Permission Number

Frequently Asked Questions

I am unable to access my campus email and/or student portal, where can I go for help?
I had previously repeated a course three times and the student portal will not allow me to register for the fourth time. How can I repeat the same course again?
When I attempt to register for a course, I get a message stating that I do not meet the course prerequisite even though I have completed the required course prerequisites. How can I resolve this issue?
How can I pay for enrollment fees, tuition, parking, health, and other college fees?
Can a Withdrawal (W) be removed from my permanent record?

Mission Statement

The mission of Admissions and Records is to uphold the academic policies of the college and maintain the academic records of students.