Frequently Asked Questions


Is LACC Accredited?

Los Angeles City College, a California public, tax-supported community college, is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (3402 Mendocino Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95403; [707] 569-9177. This Commission is an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Commission on Recognition of Post-secondary Accreditation and the United States Department of Education.

How much is tuition at LACC?

Since we are a publicly funded community college, tuition costs are relatively low.  For more details go to Admissions and Fees

Can I get financial aid?

Financial aid is available to qualified residents of the United States. See Financial Aid or contact the Financial Aid Office (323) 953-4000, extension 2010. International students are not eligible.

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When is the deadline for applications?

The college accepts applications all year long. New and returning students can register for the coming semester. See the LACC 2013-14 Calendar for important dates. Late Registration will be during he first two weeks of the new semester. However, most instructors will not accept students enrolling after the first week. Please see further information on our list of classes.

I want to enroll but I do not live in Los Angeles. What is the procedure?

You can register on-line through the main LACC website

I am an international student. Can I get services designed for me?

Yes, contact the International Students Center for special services and information. They will register and enroll you in LACC as well. Phone (323) 953-4000, extension 2470.

Where can I get a complete schedule of all classes offered at Los Angeles City College?

Here you can see the Current Class Schedule.

Where is LACC located?

Los Angeles City College is in Hollywood, near Vermont Ave and Melrose Ave (855 North Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90029). The Cinema-TV Department is located in the Communications Center on the north end of the 40-acre campus.

Click here for Map to Los Angeles City College.

Click here for Map of the Los Angeles City College campus
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