Step 1: College Admission and Financial Aid Application
Complete the Admission and Financial Aid applications using the following links:
Complete the LACC Online Application
Within two (2) business days after the application submission, a Student ID Number will be sent to the personal email address entered on the application.
Upon receipt of the Student ID Number, proceed to Step 2.
Step 2: Access the Student Portal
Using your Student ID Number, create a user password to access the student portal at MyCollege.laccd.edu.
Learn more about logging in to the student portal and email system.
On the student portal, check campus email messages and complete items listed on your To Do List.
Note: Missing high school diploma and/or college transcripts will NOT prevent applicants from course registration. Due to high volume, it can take awhile for diploma and transcripts to post and reflect on student record.
Step 3: Assessment, Orientation and Counseling
Based on the information provided on your college application, the system will recommend an appropriate English and Math level course for you to register in. Learn more about Assessment and Course Placement.
Applicants planning to enroll in ESL (English as a Second Language) classes should schedule an appointment online to take the ESL assessment test. Or in person at the Assessment Office (SSB 2nd Floor).
To learn more about the campus, complete the online orientation available on MyCollege.laccd.edu.
Visit Academic Counseling to determine which classes to register for and develop a personalized Educational Plan.
Step 4: Register for Classes
Log in to MyCollege.laccd.edu to register for classes. For assistance visit Registration Help, or contact the Welcome Center.
Step 5: Pay Fees
Your enrollment will be cancelled unless you make payments by the due date listed in your student portal.
All fees may be paid online in the student portal using a debit or credit card. You may also pay in-person at the College Business Office with cash, money order, and USD cashier’s check payable to Los Angeles City College.
Step 6: Explore Student Support Programs
The First Year Experience (FYE) program provides assistance to new students during their first year of college, including free tuition through the LA Promise.
LACC offers specialized support programs, including the Office of Special Services (OSS) and Office of Student Life (OSL) and Associated Student Government (ASG).