|Monday||8 am - 6:00 pm|
|Tuesday||8 am - 6:00 pm|
|Wednesday||8 am - 6:00 pm|
|Thursday||8 am - 6:00 pm|
8 am - 12:00 noon
Admissions & Records Office
Student Services Building
6201 Winnetka Avenue
Woodland Hills, CA 91371
Admissions & Records
The DEADLINE to change your residency status (WITH the Supplemental Residency Questionnaire (SRQ) AND supporting documents) from non-resident to resident for the Winter 2014 Intersession is: Friday, December 13, 2013. We strongly suggest that you visit Admissions & Records to adjust your residency status by 12/6/2013 in order to avoid long lines and delays.
The DEADLINE to change your residency status (WITH the Supplemental Residency Questionnaire (SRQ) AND supporting documents) from non-resident to resident for the Spring 2014 Semester is: Friday, February 7, 2014. We strongly suggest that you visit Admissions & Records to adjust your residency status by 1/31/2014 in order to avoid long lines and delays.
***Late Supplemental Residency Questionnaires will NOT be accepted***
The DEADLINE to submit a READMISSION PETITION for the Fall 2014 Semester at the Admissions & Records is: Friday, April 4, 2014.
CONTINUING STUDENTS may view their priority online registration dates/times at www.piercecollege.edu (CLASS REGISTRATION tab).
DO NOT apply for admission if you received a registration appointent.
New Policy Effective Summer 2012
Click here to read important Course Repeat and Withdrawal changes that will affect you as a student beginning Summer 2012
Please note that the Admissions & Records Office does not clear prerequisites.
Please see course descriptions in the Schedule of Classes.
It is the student's RESPONSIBILITY to be aware of the college's rules and regulations that appear in the Schedules of Classes, General Catalog, Calendar, Student Information Addendum: ww.piercecollege.edu/schedules
Please note that submitting an application for admission DOES NOT guarantee that classes will be open.
Pierce College does not utilize a wait list system. The system allows students to enroll in a course through the online registration portal, on a first-come first-served basis, the moment a seat becomes available in the course due to a student dropping out. This option, however, is only available until the day before the classes begin. After that, interested students will need to attend the first day of class and the instructor will give them a signed add card should there be room in the class to add the student.
Photo identification is required to process all transactions.
New & Returning Students: Enrollment Process
A returning student is someone who did not enroll in any school in the Los Angeles Community College District within the last two semesters. New and returning students are REQUIRED to submit an application for admission BEFORE an online registration date/time is issued.
Registration appointments for CONTINUING students are issued by the Los Angeles Community College District (not Pierce College) based on a seniority system that includes two major criteria: the TOTAL number of units COMPLETED (currently enrolled units are NOT counted) in the Los Angeles Community College District AND when the student last enrolled in classes.
The more units a continuing student has COMPLETED in the Los Angeles Community College District, the earlier the registration appointment will be.
Students cannot register for classes BEFORE the registration appointment time and date they receive; they may register AFTER their assigned registration appointment time.
NEW and RETURNING students receive an registration appointment based on when their application for admissions was received & processed.
NEW and RETURNING students may view their online registration date/time at www.piercecollege.edu (CLASS REGISTRATION tab) a few days AFTER the application for admission has been processed.
CONTINUING STUDENTS may view their priority online registration dates/times at www.piercecollege.edu (CLASS REGISTRATION tab):
To view your registration appointment:
2) CLASS REGISTRATION (tab located in the upper right-hand side area).
3) Enter the required information; instructions are provided.
4) VIEW REG APPT (Make sure to select the correct term and year)
TERMS AND DATES
Winter 2014 Intersession
January 6, 2014 - February 9, 2014
Spring 2014 Semester
February 10, 2014 - June 9, 2014
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS: Students with an F-1 Visa or who intend to obtain an F1 student visa must apply through the Pierce College International Student Admissions Office. The International Student Application Packet is available on our website at www.piercecollege.edu/offices/international_students//. You must download the packet, complete all forms, gather all supporting documents, and mail to the college.
Visit: www.piercecollege.edu/schedules for:
- Schedule of Classes
- Distance Education Classes
- Short-Term Classes
- Off-Campus Offerings
- Final Exam Schedules
- Calendars (includes VERY IMPORTANT dates. Students are RESPONSIBLE for knowing the DEADLINES)
It is the student's RESPONSIBILITY to drop his/her classes and adhere to the deadlines. Students are RESPONSIBLE for fees (even if they do not attend class) if they do not drop by the REFUND deadline.
IMPORTANT: CALENDAR DATES APPLY TO SEMESTER-LENGTH CLASSES ONLY. SEE INSTRUCTOR FOR DEADLINES FOR SHORT-TERM CLASSES (including PACE classes).
- Student Information Addendum (VERY IMPORTANT Rules & Regulations)
- Map of the Pierce Village area
- PACE (Program for Accelearated College Education) - PACE students only. (Section numbers for PACE courses begin with a "4.")
- ITV (Instructional Television)
- General Catalog
Please download and read the Student Information Addendum at http://www.piercecollege.edu/schedules/
- Who Can Attend Pierce College
- Pierce College Policy on Prerequisites, Corequisites, Recommended Preparation, and Limitations on Enrollment
- Enrollment Process: New & Continuing Students
- Enrollment Process: Add a Class, Drop a Class, Audit a Class
- Pierce College Fees
- How to Read the Schedule of Classes
- Financial Aid
- Registration in Pierce College Classes
- Student Rights and Legal Protections
Your student identification number: IF you provided your Social Security Number when you submitted your application for admission:
2) CLASS REGISTRATION (tab located in the upper right-hand side area)
3) Enter the required information; instructions are provided. If you enter your SSN, the system will provide your LACCD student identification number which begins with "88." Be sure to enter your SSN in the CORRECT field.
If you know your student identification number, DO NOT enter both your SSN and your SSN.
Did you know you can do ALL of the following by going to www.piercecollege.edu and clicking on the CLASS REGISTRATION tab?
- Make changes to class schedule (Make sure you are aware of deadlines published in the Calendar)
- View grades
- View holds. (Transcript and/or Verification of Enrollment requests will not be accepted if you owe fees at ANY LACCD school.)
- View & pay fees
- View unofficial transcript
- View registration appointment
- View placement exam results
- Change your CURRENT email address (Main Menu). You cannot change either your legal or mailing address online. (Visit Admissions & Records.)
- Check your Los Angeles Community College email account (Main Menu)
- Order official regular transcripts (Main Menu) NO rush or emergency requests accepted online.
Grades & Transcripts: http://www.piercecollege.edu/pierce_grades.asp
Admissions & Records forms available online: http://www.piercecollege.edu/admissions/forms.asp
Information on Instructional Television (ITV) short-term courses. (ITV courses DO NOT appear on the Pierce College transcript.)
PACE (Program for Accelerated College Education) courses are RESTRICTED to PACE students. PACE courses have SECTION numbers that begin with a "4."
If you wish to become a PACE student:
You will be required to attend an orientation.
Direct Link to PACE: www.piercecollege.edu/departments/pace/
It is the student's RESPONSIBILITY to drop his/her classes and adhere to the deadlines in the Calendar. Students are RESPONSIBLE for fees (even if they do not attend class) if they do not drop by the REFUND deadline.
IMPORTANT: CALENDAR DATES APPLY TO SEMESTER-LENGTH CLASSES ONLY. SEE INSTRUCTOR FOR DEADLINES FOR SHORT-TERM CLASSES (including PACE).
ALL students (including concurrent high school students and those receiving financial aid/a fee waiver) should print their schedule of classes IN ORDER TO VERIFY PROPER CLASS ENROLLMENT. You are RESPONSIBLE to ensure that you are registered in the correct classes.
Photo ID is required to process transactions at Admissions & Records, Business Office, Financial Aid, etc. Please note that among others, a driver's license, a state-issued identification card, school identification card, etc. are acceptable forms of photo id.
Requests for transcripts (official or unofficial) or Verifications of Enrollment will NOT be accepted until ALL financial obligations with the Los Angeles Community College District are paid. IF you received a fee waiver/financial aid, make sure that you DO NOT owe ANY fees BEFORE submitting a transcript and/or verification request. If you owe fees at ANY school in the Los Angeles Community College District, your request will not be processed.
The colleges of the Los Angeles Community College District (www.laccd.edu) are:
East Los Angeles College
Los Angeles City College
Los Angeles Harbor College
Los Angeles Mission College
Los Angeles Pierce College
Los Angeles Southwest College
Los Angeles Trade Technical College
Los Angeles Valley College
West Los Angeles College
Business Office (information about fees, payment, refunds, etc.):
2) Tab on top: Students
Under "CAMPUS SERVICES": Business Office
Direct link: www.piercecollege.edu/offices/business_office/
Verifications of Enrollment from GAIN/CalWORK
Please call 818-719-6400 for up-to-date information about services.
The GAIN/CalWORKs Office is located on the 2nd floor of the Student Services Building.
Monday - Thursday: 8 am - 12 noon
Monday - Thursday: 1 pm - 4:30 pm
Please note that the office is closed from 12 noon - 1 pm, Monday - Thursday.
It is the student's RESPONSIBILITY to be aware of the college's rules and regulations that appear in the Schedules of Classes, General Catalog, Calendar, Student Information Addendum, etc.: www.piercecollege.edu/schedules/