Spring 2021 Schedule
CatalogWinter 2021 >
Schedule of Classes posted Oct. 21, 2020.
Classes begin Feb. 8, 2021.
Winter Intersession 2021 Schedule
Winter Intersession 2021, Jan. 4 - Feb. 7
Schedule of Classes posted Sept. 30, 2020
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Fall 2020 >
Fall 2020 Schedule
Fall Semester 2020 begins Monday, August 31st, 2020. As of April 29th, you can use the Online Searchable Fall 2020 Schedule of Classes to review available classes.
Classes In Tentative Status document lists courses that required in-person learning experiences (either on-campus or off-campus). The College is currently planning how these classes might be able to be conducted during the fall 2020 semester to ensure the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff. The decision to schedule may be made later this summer and, if so, will be based on guidelines from the LA County Public Health Department. Based on our ability to conduct these classes, some courses may be delayed to future semesters. If a course can be scheduled, sections that can be held will appear in the online schedule. Please check back at this page for further updates or contact the department chairperson or faculty advisor for questions.
These dates apply to full-term classes ONLY. For other classes/short-term classes, students are required to follow the deadlines indicated on their student portal.
|Fall 2020 Calendar
From August 31 to December 20, 2020
|Last day to register in classes online
|Last day to enroll in classes with permission number
|Last day to submit an Audit Card
|Last day to submit a Pass/No Pass petition
|Last day to drop online without "W" and penalty fees
|Last Day to drop online with a "W"
|Final Grades Due Date
||November 26th & 27th
||November 28th & 29th
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- Explain NCAA/NAIA regulations and Eligibility requirements needed to
complete an AA degree and transfer to four year colleges.
- Assists in developing an Educational Plan
- Monitors students' progress towards completion of general education
requirements for DI, DII, DIII or NAIA schools.
Location: Counseling Office
Student Services Building, 1st floor
Phone: (818) 719-6440
Counselor: Joanna Zimring Towne
View Athletic Counseling website
The veterans counselors in the Pierce
Counseling Office work in partnership with the personnel in the Financial
Aid/Veterans/Scholarship Office (Veterans Office) to ensure that you are making
progress toward your academic goal in a manner that satisfies the requirements
of the VA so that you receive your benefits in a timely manner.
To make your transition to Pierce
College, we recommend you follow these steps:
(1) Visit the veterans desk in
the Veterans Office(2nd floor of Student Services bldg)
where you will be given a packet of materials- some of which you complete and
some which you will complete with a VA counselor.
(2) Make an appointment with a
veterans counselor. Bring your completed paperwork and any supporting
documents such as transcript(s) with you. At this meeting, you will complete an
Educational Plan which involves evaluating your previous education to determine
if any can be applied to your current educational goal at Pierce College. Your
Educational Plan will specify which courses are to be completed on our campus.
The VA will only pay for the courses on the plan. The completed documents are to
be returned to the Veterans Office.
.There are no Veterans Counselors available after 4pm.
(3) Each semester after you have registered for classes have the Veterans Office sign-off on your schedule, signifying that the courses are consistent with the Educational Plan. You may do this by dropping in to the VA office.
You will only need to complete one
Educational Plan for the duration of your stay at Pierce. However, if you change
your educational goal you will also need to complete an new Educational Plan.
Pierce College Veteran Website
Are you in a
Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) major?
Meet with our STEM Counselor-
Location:Business Education 3222.
Click here to check for available appointments.