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Resources & Services


Student Services

Admissions
Student records, applications, ID numbers, registration appointments

Financial Aid
Programs, policies, procedures for receiving financial aid

Office of Special Services
Assistance and specialized instruction for students with verified disabilities. Authorize academic adjustments and accommodations for students.


New Student Orientation
All first time students must participate in either an on-line or in-person orientation

Business Office
Fees, payments, parking permits, and refunds

International Student Program
Assisting transition to a U.S. college with documentation process and academic counseling


Assessment
Placement tests for English, Math, or ESL courses

First Year Experience
Creating success in the first year of college through educational and career guidance

Welcome Center
A one-stop location for information about the application and enrollment process, as well as help with FAFSA applications, and Cubcard IDs


Academic Counseling (Educational Planning)
Guidance for class selections according to degree requirements

 

 

Resources

Library
Reference Center, books, course reserves, computers

Transfer Center
Assistance in transfers to four-year colleges and universities

Veterans' Resource Center
Acknowledging veterans’ unique needs while attaining educational goals


Cubstore Book Store
Textbooks, school supplies, LACC apparel

The Writing Support Center
Campus-Wide Writing Assistance. For English classes and writing in all disciplines.


Resources for Homeless Students
Available assistance with housing, food, school supplies and more for students in need


The ESL Lab
Online and in person tutoring for ESL classes

Food for Thought Pop Up Food Bank
Free nutritional assistance to our students in need

The City Cares Network
Connecting students with essential resources for success


Computer Labs
Open lab locations available to students, faculty, staff

Career Center
Counseling students on career options, employment trends, vocational testing

 

High School Student Programs

Upward Bound
Working with ​high school students from low-income and first-generation families

GO Central City
Motivating and preparing elementary, middle, and high school students to become future college students

Dual Enrollment
Allows qualified students to fulfill high school graduation requirements while simultaneously gaining college or vocational credits


Outreach & Recruitment
Facilitating the transition of students from area high schools to LACC or other colleges and universities 

 

 

Specialized Support Programs

CalWORKs
Welfare-to-work assistance program

Cooperative Agencies Resources Education (CARE)
Assistance for single parents pursuing their educational goals

Supplemental Instruction
Mentors supporting students achieve success in the classroom


Extended Opportunity Program & Services (EOPS)
Assists low income and educationally disadvantaged students toward academic success

NextUp (Formerly CAFYES)
NextUp supports Foster Youth students affected by language, social and economic disadvantages

TRIO Student Support Services
Resources for low income, first generation, or disabled students who have identified transfer to a four-year university as their academic goal


Foster & Kinship Care Program
Provides quality education and support opportunities for caregivers of children and youth in out-of-home care

Guardian Scholars Program (Foster Youth)
Support for current and former foster youth

UMOJA
A learning community dedicated to the academic success, personal growth, and self-actualization of African-American and other students.


Break It To Make It
​Assistance for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals

Cooperative Education Work Experience
Integrating on-the-job learning experiences and academic classroom lessons

 

Campus Safety


Sheriff's Office
Law enforcement services for LACC

Gender Equity (Title IX)
Information on legal protection from discrimination or harassment based on gender

 

Campus Disclosures & Consumer Information

Campus Disclosure Documents
California Community Colleges, and The US Department of Education

Accreditation
Ensuring that education provided by institutions of higher education meets acceptable levels of quality

Institutional Effectiveness
A data-driven assessment of the accomplishment of the college mission


Consumer Information & Student Right-To-Know
A central location for parents, students, employees, and the campus community to obtain information and resources