At LATTC, we strive to assist you in reaching your educational goals. Let LATTC walk you through a process to make the journey easier.
Services Available for Students to Succeed
If you are a new or returning student, these are the steps you need to take to get started at LATTC:
1. Admissions (213) 763-5300
You may apply using Los Angeles Community College District’s Online Application. If you need assistance with submitting your application you may stop by the Bridge to Success Center located in the Mariposa Hall building room 105.
2. Financial Aid (213) 763-7082
Apply for financial aid on-line at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Our federal school code is 001227. If you are an Undocumented student you can apply for financial aid at www. Dream.csac.ca.gov. If you need assistance with filing out the financial aid application please stop by the Financial Aid lab located in the Juniper Hall building room 314.
4. Orientation (213) 763-5560
Orientation presents important information about the college programs, policies, procedures, and services. Orientation also helps you to better understand the college Catalog, Schedule of Classes, and plan a course of study. You may completed Orientation online at lattc.edu/oac or schedule an in-person New Student Orientation session to complete Orientation, Assessment and Counseling all in one day. You may sign up for an in-person New Student Orientation online at lattc.edu/oac
3. Assessment (213) 763-5339
Assessment is required for all new students unless they are exempt*. LATTC offers assessments for English, English as a Second Language (ESL), and Math. Please visit the Assessment Center Website for your assessment walk-in hours.
5. Counseling (213) 763-5560
Meeting with a counselor before registering in classes provides you with an opportunity to review your educational goals, research majors, plan courses, and develop a Student Educational Plan (SEP). The Counseling Department also offers courses, which assist students with student success strategies, learning and study skills, AA degree and transfer planning, career development and internships, conflict resolution skills and behavior management. Please visit lattc.edu/oac to view Counseling Institute drop-in hours.
6. Pay your registration fees at the Business Office.
After enrolling in the first semester, you will continue to receive follow-up services such as choosing a major, preparing to transfer, further developing an SEP, and earning an Associate’s Degree and/or Certificate through the Counseling office. It is advised that you meet with a Counselor at least once a semester.