Student Services Building



Welcome to the virtual Student Services Building (SSB)!

We have designed this digital space for students to access services that they would normally visit in our physical Student Services building on campus.

Connect with our services through live chat on Cranium Café.

You can find guidance on navigating Cranium café on the LACC website.

If you need help getting started, or have any general questions, the Welcome Center staff is ready to assist at 1 (888) 930 - LACC. We look forward to chatting with you soon!

To access the Cranium Café directory of services, or to find a specific staff member, you may search the Cranium Café directory page.

Create A Cranium Café Account

All Remote Student Services are now being handled through Cranium Café. In order to use our services you will first need to log in and create a new account.


Admissions & Records
Processes admissions applications, graduation petitions, assigns Student Identification Numbers and registration appointments, update academic student records, update personal information, and request transcripts.

Break It to Make It
Services and activities for students who were formerly incarcerated. Including academic and career counseling, tutoring, peer mentoring, and referrals to needed resources.

Business Office
Payment of Fees relating to enrollment, health, tuition, ASG membership, student representation, parking, and transcripts. Assistance with student account balances and refund requests.

Assists student parents who are receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF). Priority registration, workforce training, one-on-one counseling and specialized case management.

CARE is a supplemental program within EOPS that provides additional support services for single heads of household receiving TANF/CalWORKs assistance.

Career Center
Resources to explore, choose a career pathway or launch a career.

Dream Resource Center
Provides a variety of support and resources to AB 540, DACA Recipients, and all undocumented students at LACC to ensure their success.

Provides support services to first time and returning students who are educationally and financially disadvantaged. Intensive counseling, book services, one-on-one tutoring, meal vouchers, and more.

Financial Aid
Administers federal, state, and institutional programs designed to expand college access. The available financial assistance comes in the form of grants, work-study, loans, and scholarships.

Provides a supportive, nurturing environment complete with educational and career guidance so they may achieve their educational and career goals.

Genderversity Multicultural Center
LGBTQ Resources, Housing Information, Diversity Information, UMOJA Student Support

General Counseling
Offers services to assist students in choosing classes, selecting a program of study, information on AA degrees/Certificates of Completion, transferring and creating an academic plan.

Guardian Scholars/NextUp
Resources and services for students who are former, current or emancipated foster youth.

Health & Wellness Center
The Center offers basic primary and non-emergency care, mental health and behavioral counseling.

International Students
Assistance with the transition to a U.S. college as well as immigration documentation and academic counseling.

Office of Special Services (OSS)
Support services and instruction to LACC students with verified disabilities. Priority registration, academic counseling, learning disability assessment, disability verification, accommodation testing services, specialized instructional courses, specialized/ supplemental instruction, materials in alternate media, and training on adaptive/assistive computer technology.

Outreach & Recruitment
Services include campus tours, application workshops, and guiding students through the initial steps of the enrollment process.

Student Life
Provides opportunities for students to enhance their overall personal and leadership development beyond the classroom.

Transfer Center
Advisisng and counseling, application assistance, college brochures, and workshops.

TRiO Student Support Services
Resources and assistance for low-income and first-generation college students and students with a disability.

Upward Bound
Prepares low-income, first generation potential college students with the skills and information needed to pursue a post-secondary educational program. Services include academic counseling, skills development, career guidance, financial aid information, and a first-hand college experience.

Veterans Resource Center
Promotes an attitude of collaboration within the campus and surrounding community to increase awareness and sensitivity to issues concerning veterans.

Welcome Center
A multilingual staff assists students in completing applications for Admissions & Records and Financial Aid. The center offers campus and community referrals for employment, child care, medical and/or mental health treatment, family planning, county public assistance, housing, legal aid, and psychological counseling.

The LACC Welcome Center

Office Hours

Mondays to Thursdays 8:00AM - 7:00PM
Fridays 8:00AM - 4:30PM
Saturdays to Sundays: Closed