Mic and community-oriented faculty and staff has to offer. You will receive:
All eighth through 12th grade students with the exception of Middle College High School students must complete the K-12 application, which is available below. Once finished, bring the application and a copy of your transcript to the Student Services Building, Room 209, for review, approval or denial. Applicants will be contacted by phone or email with further instructions.
Los Angeles Southwest College COVID-19K-12 Supplemental Application for Admission Process
Step 1: The student initiates the K-12 application form. LACCD student ID number is required on all forms.*
Step 2: A counselor completes the “College Enrollment Information” section, making sure to identify the Term, College Course Subject, Course Number, and Class Number (i.e.Health 11 12345). Counselor prints the name, signs name using Adobe Acrobat Fill and Sign or Draw feature, saves the document, and forwards document and a copy of the student’s unofficial high school transcript to firstname.lastname@example.org. Documentation must be submitted by the published deadline in the Schedule of Classes.
Step 3: Vice President of Student Services will review all K-12 forms and forward them to Admissions and Records. Denied K-12 applications will be returned to the student. Forms submitted after the published deadline will not be approved.
Step 4: Students are responsible for enrolling in the approved courses via the student information system (SIS) portal, during their assigned registration time. Students are responsible for dropping classes that they do not wish to complete.
* New students must complete the LACCD admissions application prior to submitting the K-12 form.
For questions, please contact Admissions and Records during business hours via live chat.
Wherever you are in your life, education, or career, we at LASC will support you towards your future career plans. Your educational goals become our goals for you. At LASC, you can discover your passion, find your voice, connect with your community, and rise to your success.
At LASC, we have classes and programs that work on your schedule, with courses offered in the evenings, weekends, online, and short-term, 8-week courses, as well as traditional daytime courses. Our expansive list of programs to study brings you enormous possibilities towards a flourishing career. You can also check out our divisions to find your best fit.
LASC prides itself on exceptional instructors who are dedicated to your success. Choose from a wide variety of associate degrees, short-term certificates, and transfer degrees that are matched with guaranteed transfer agreements with local four-year colleges and universities, giving you a smooth transition to complete your goals.
It doesn’t matter if you want to transfer to a four-year university, graduate with a short-term certificate, or get an associate degree, you can save hundreds and possibly thousands of dollars by going to LASC compared to attending trade schools or going to four-year universities all four years. Make your money go further to finance your future ambitions.
Are you a first-time, full-time college student? If so, you can attend LASC tuition-free through our Promise program. Yes, you read that right! Learn more
Here is a snapshot of who the Los Angeles Southwest College Cougars are:
Los Angeles Southwest College is a two-year college that awards Associate’s Degrees in more than 30 fields and occupational certificates in more than 45 disciplines. We offer a range of programs that meet the community’s needs, including college transfer services, occupational training, community services as well as general, transitional and continuing education.
The campus is also the site of Middle College High School of the Los Angeles Unified School District and Bright Star Charter School. Students can take college courses and obtain their Associate of Arts Degree while meeting requirements for a high school diploma. LASC also has partnerships with other local high schools and offers college-level classes to students at their home campus and online.
More than half of LASC’s students are first-generation college students. Our students come from a wide service area, including Los Angeles as well as portions of Gardena, Hawthorne, and Inglewood. We also serve international students from different countries around the globe. The Associated Student Organization is the governing body for all LASC students and organizes social, cultural and political activities on campus.
We are the Cougars! LASC offers students intercollegiate athletics and competitive team sports in football as well as men’s and women’s basketball. The Athletics Department is housed in the Thomas G. Lakin Physical Education Center, a state-of-the-art sports complex with world-class amenities. The complex features an Olympic-sized outdoor pool, physical therapy pool, fitness center, and dance studio.
We are still growing. Thanks to the passage of voter-approved bond measures, our campus has experienced a dramatic transformation with new buildings, a sprawling quad, beautiful foliage, and easy walkways.
We are especially excited about our School of Science building with its lecture hall, laboratories and an outdoor patio for astronomy that will allow our faculty to establish themselves as regional leaders in the teaching of the sciences and help students reach their full potential. The School of Science, which is scheduled to open in 2019, will be joined by other state-of-the-art and green-friendly proposed facilities that will house the Nursing Department and a Student Center. In past years, we opened the School of Career Technical Education (SoCTE) building and refurbished the Cox building, which includes our Little Theatre and Library.
We are proud of our legacy. A dedicated group of residents led by Mrs. Odessa Cox saw a 20-year vision become reality when the Los Angeles Board of Education approved plans for a new community college. LASC opened its doors on September 11, 1967, with 600 students and 22 full-time faculty members. Today, the college has more than 8,000 credit and non-credit students, 75 full-time faculty members and 150 adjunct instructors. LASC is an educational and cultural hub for the surrounding communities.