Admissions Website


Mission Statement

Admissions & Records works in collaboration with the Assessment Center, Bridges (Orientation Registration), Counseling and the other special needs programs to ensure students have a seamless transition into college. Policies and procedures are developed in conjunction with the campus Strategic Master Plan and Educational Master Plan. Technology is used to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of student support services.

Overview

The Admissions & Records Office is the initial contact for the future, present, and former students of L .A. Trade-Tech College. The services provided by Admissions include but are not limited to:

    • processing applications,
    • registering students in classes,
    • adds/drops,
    • transcripts of records,
    • maintaining student academic records,
    • processing of graduation petitions,
    • processing of transfer and registered nursing
      certification,
    • processing of certificates of completion/skill
      awards,
    • as well as maintaining attendance and
      accounting documentation of student
      attendance and grades.

The Office of Admissions assists current and prospective students with various college admission and enrollment policies and procedures, including the college application process, adding/dropping classes, transcript and verification of enrollment requests, records, student information changes, petitions, General Education Certification (CSU/IGETC), and graduation.The Office of Admissions also provides students with free access to computer workstations for access to the Student Information System (SIS) for online registration purposes. Our office is just one of many student services available to provide information and support for student success. We strongly encourage you to take advantage of other resources and services on campus to help you achieve your educational and career goals.Thank you for choosing LATTC as your “Destination for Learning”. We are the point of contact for all students no matter what service and/or educational goal they have. Students come to our office to request information on how to access services or programs of study here at LATTC.

LOCATION: Juniper Hall – 118

PHONE:213-763-5300

Hours:Mon-Thur: 8:00am-7:00pm
Friday:
8:00am-12:00pm
Office Closed for Weekends and Holidays

Director: Dr. Henan Joof, Dean
Senior Supervisor: Carolyn Walker

ANNOUNCEMENTS:

  • For Information on the California Dream Act, please visit the Financial Aid page.
  • New policy for repeating and withdrawing from courses is effective Summer 2012. Click Here to learn more.