ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS
Mon- Thu: 10:30am – 6:30pm
Fri: 8:30am – 12:00pm
Admissions & Records Office
Student Services Building
6201 Winnetka Avenue
Woodland Hills, CA 91371
CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
High school concurrent enrollment students can only register for class IN-PERSON at the Admissions and Records Office ON or AFTER the Registration Appointment Date for that Term.
The student can only enroll in those courses listed on the LACCD Supplemental Application.
Sign up for Classes – take the LACCD Supplemental Application to the Admissions and Records Office to enroll for class. If the class is open, the student will be enrolled into the course.
If student does not find any section open of the course he/she has been approved to be enrolled in, interested students need to attend the first day of class and request an Add Permit from the instructor. Both, the LACCD Supplemental Application and the Add Permit must be submitted in-person to the Admission and Records immediately to be enrolled. Both documents must list the exact course name that the student has been approved to enroll in.
Add Permit and the LACCD Supplemental Application must be submitted by the deadline (by Census day).
The LACCD and its colleges assume no responsibility for the supervision of minor students (i.e., students under 18 years of age) outside the classroom setting. Parents are responsible for ensuring that their children are appropriately supervised before class begins, after class finishes, or when a class is cancelled and/or dismissed early.
ADMISSION: Colleges in the Los Angeles Community College District (“LACCD”) may admit as a special part-time or full-time student anyone who is a student in grades K- 12 who has met the LACCD’s admissions requirements and who, in the opinion of the College President (or designee), may benefit from instruction. (Education Code sections 48800, 48800.5, 76001; LACCD Board Rules 8100.06, 8100.07, 8100.08; LACCD Administrative Regulation E-87.)
FEES: Enrollment fees are required for special full-time students (i.e., taking more than 11 units), but waived for special part-time students (i.e., taking 11 units or less). (Education Code section 76300(f), LACCD Board Rule 8100.03.) Effective starting the Summer 2009, the nonresident tuition fee will be charged for all students who are classified as nonresidents; students may apply for an individual waiver pursuant to Board Rule 8100.15. The LACCD also charges a health fee (certain categories of students are exempt) and, where applicable, a student representation fee.
CONDITIONS: The student is expected to follow regulations and procedures that apply to all college students. The student shall receive college credit for the community college courses that the student completes. Arrangements for receiving high school credit for completed course work must be made with the student’s high school. A Supplemental Applications for Grade K-12 for each college course must be approved by High School Official, Parents and Student.