Admissions & Records Office
FALL 2015 SEMESTER - ADDING CLASSES:
|FALL 2015 SEMESTER - LAST DAY TO DROP CLASSES WITHOUT A W, WITH A REFUND, & NO FEE:|
To Drop/Withdraw from classes, use the Student Information System on the web to drop a class or classes you no longer plan to attend. Since it is the student's responsibility to drop a class, write down the confirmation number for your records. Please note: It is the student's responsibility to drop a class no longer being attempted. Failure to drop a class in a timely manner may result in a “W” or an “F” on your academic record. You may also be held accountable for payment of all fees whether you attend or do not attend class. The last day to drop classes for the Fall 2015 Semester is Sunday, Sept. 13.
Program’s Mission Statement:
The mission of Admission and Records is to uphold the academic policies of the university and to maintain the academic records of students.
The Admissions and Records Office processes admissions applications, maintains student academic records, collects and distributes faculty attendance documents, processes transcript and enrollment verification requests, residency reclassifications, IGETC and CSU certifications, assigns student ID and PIN numbers and processes graduation petitions.
Program’s Learning Outcomes:
The students will:
- Enhance their computer skills by successfully applying and registering for classes online.
- Navigate the online transcript ordering system.
- Utilize web technology to research and request admissions and records information to update their student records.
HOW TO APPLY AND ENROLL:
1. APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION: Click Here to Apply Online.
The online application is the most effective way to submit an application. We will send registration information to your email address.
2. FINANCIAL AID:
If you need assistance paying your tuition or the other costs associated with attending college, the Financial Aid Office can help you to access resources available to you such as fee waivers, grants, scholarships, and school loans. Visit the Financial Aid Office website for more information.
3. ASSESSMENT TESTING:
After you complete your application and get your registration appointment, you should proceed immediately to take your assessment test in the Assessment Office in AD 103. You will take a basic skills assessment in reading, writing, language usage, and mathematics to help you select appropriate courses. This is not an entrance exam to the college and you will not be penalized in any way for your score; however, it is a very important step in the enrollment process. To take the ENL (English As a Native Language), English only, or Math only test, students must go to the Drop-In Center. To check-in, go to AD 103 during the hours Monday through Thursday, 9 am to 4 pm and Friday, 9 am to 12 pm.
Please note that the online system will only allow you to sign up for the ESL (English as a Second Language) Test. Students can schedule an ESL assessment test appointment through the Assessment Center website or in person in room AD 103. Please see the Assessment Center website for more information.
4. PREREQUISITE CLEARANCE:
A prerequisite is a course you are required to pass with a grade of C or better before you will be allowed to enroll in the next level. You may clear prerequisites through the English and Math Assessment exam or by showing proof of prerequisites completed at other colleges. Prerequisites completed at another college must be approved by the Counseling Office. An official or unofficial transcript is required for this purpose. Please see the class schedule for a listing of prerequisites.
5. ONLINE ORIENTATION:
It is highly recommended that you complete our college orientation. The orientation will provide you with an overview of available student support services, and academic and vocational programs. Click here to access the online orientation.
6. COUNSELING/ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT:
To ensure your success, visit an academic counselor to discuss your educational goals. Get on the path to success with an educational plan. Ensure that you use your time, money, and energy wisely by choosing the correct courses to meet your goals. You can make an appointment to see a counselor online at http://www.lacitycollege.edu/services/counsel/counselingonlineappts.html, or in person in the Administration Building at the Assessment Center, AD 103.
The most updated schedule of classes is available on the City College website athttp://www.lacitycollege.edu/schedule/openclasses/class-schedules.html . You are responsible for using the Student Information System to register yourself into classes based on your educational plan and course availability in the schedule of classes. You must have the four-digit section numbers from the schedule of classes to be able to register. Section numbers are course, time, and day specific.
All students, new and continuing, are assigned a registration appointment for each semester. You may register on or after your assigned date and time. Log on to the Student Information System. Click on "View Reg Appt". Set the system to the specific semester you wish to register into.
TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES:
- Go to www.lacitycollege.edu
- Click on "Register for Classes" icon at the upper right hand corner of the webpage.
- Follow the instructions on the webpage to log onto the Student Information System to register for your classes.
- Make sure to use the “View Schedule” link to view and print your class schedule.
- Choose a different course or section.
- Register into a class at another school in our District. You application at City College allows you to enroll anywhere in the LA Community College District. Go to www.lacolleges.net to view all district course offerings.
- Try to keep adding the course. If someone drops, space may become available in the class.
- Show up to the first day of class to ask the instructor for permission to add.
- If the class is online, send an email to the instructor directly to request permission to add.
Fees can be paid online with a credit or debit card through the Student Information System at
https://services.laccd.edu/districtsite/sis_logon.asp. Checks and money orders should be made to LA City College and sent to 855 N. Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90029 or in person at the Business Office located in the Administration Building. If you were awarded a fee waiver or other financial aid, make sure to verify your fees are paid by logging on to the Student Information System. Click on “View & Pay Fees.” Parking permits can be purchased through the Business Office online or in person.
9. STUDENT ID CARD:
Make sure bring your registration receipt issued by the Business Office to the Student Assistance Center in the Administration Building to get a student picture ID card. This card is necessary for access to all student services.
10. BUY BOOKS AND COURSE MATERIALS:
The LACC Bookstore has everything you will need for your classes, including textbooks, notebooks, and supplies. The store is located in the Cub Center, south of Da Vinci Hall. For more information, call (323) 953-4000 ext. 2141, or visit the Bookstore website.