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Financial Assistance for Students

Room for Success Program
Housing opportunities for L.A. City College students who are experiencing homelessness.

Assistance Available for LA Residents Who Have Not Received Their CARE Act Disbursements

Unemployment Benefits for Work Study and Student Worker Employees
Food assistance, help paying bills, goods, transportation, money, care, work, and other free or reduced cost programs available by Zip Code.

File Your Taxes
In order to receive federal assistance for the COVID-19 pandemic, students and their families need to file their taxes.

$50 Grocery Giftcards Available to All Qualifying Students

Message from the Department of Public Social Services (DPSS)
In person meetings are no longer required to maintain, renew, or apply for your benefit programs.

Housing Resources for Students

Resources for Homeless Students
Available assistance with housing, food, school supplies and more for students in need

The LACC peer navigator is available to assist students ages 18 to 24 facing housing insecurity.
Referrals are also available for students who are 25 and older.

For more information contact LACC Peer Navigator, Ashli Vike:

California WIC

Free food for families affected by the COVID-19 Crisis
WIC FLyer English
WIC Flyer Spanish

Cal Fresh Participants:

Starting April 28th, Cal Fresh participants will be able to use their EBT cards to purchase groceries online!
CalFresh Flyer English
CalFresh FAQs English
CalFresh Flyer Spanish
CalFresh FAQs Spanish

Hire LA's Youth

Remote and in-person job opportunities for youth between the ages of 18 to 24

Assistance with Internet Access at Home

Free and Low Cost Internet Access Available to Students
Many ISPs are providing free internet to students, and government programs are also available to assist with costs. (Updated June 4, 2020)

Find Free Wifi Nearby

Low-cost internet is available from Human-IT
Internet service for $14.99 per month or $179.88 per year.

Discount Copying and School Supplies

Discount Copying at Office Depot & OfficeMax

Remote Learning Resources

Online Tutoring

Online Tutoring Available Through the Writers' Block
Starting Wednesday, April 1, students can book appointments for online writing consultations.

Online English Tutoring Available Through the Writing Center and ESL Lab

Free Online Tutoring with NetTutor
Tutoring is now available in all subjects!

Textbook Resources

LACC Cubstore/Bookstore

The CubStore will still be processing Web Orders for pickup or shipping. Pick up is by appointment ONLY.
323-953-4000 x2042

Borrowing and Returning Library Books

The Library is closed until further notice and unable to lend out physical books while we are closed. Library resources and services remain available virtually.
Use the library chat feature for assistance with research and other questions.

Due dates of borrowed items are now extended to August 28, 2020. No fines will be assessed for the duration of this closing. Feel free to keep the books until library reopens, but if you wish, you can return them to our temporary book drop, a large silver box located at the southwest end of the Administration Building on Heliotrope Avenue.

Using Canvas

Canvas Tutorials

Canvas Student Guide
Step-by-step instructions for using the Canvas portal

Canvas Video Tutorials

Cavas Student Orientation Tour (YouTube)

Health & Wellness Resources for Students

Currently enrolled students can obtain health and wellness services at the Wesley Health Center, which is located across the street from the campus on Vermont Avenue.

Wesley Health Center - East Hollywood
954 N Vermont Ave.
Los Angeles CA 90029

(562) 867-7999​

The LACC Health & Wellness Center
See a full list of available services and reources.

Assistance for Noncredit & Adult Education Students

Information for Noncredit and Adult Education Students
All classes in the LACC Noncredit Adult Education Program will be conducted using Remote Learning.

Apply & Enroll in Noncredit Online Classes
Register for classes by Zoom, phone, or directly by LACC Application

Available Course Petitions

Drop a course with an EW

LACC will automatically assign an Excused Withdrawal (EW) for all 16-week classes dropped on or before May 10.

Excused Withdrawals (EW) will not have an impact on the student's academic probation status or ability to repeat a course. Students will be refunded if they paid out of pocket for a course and do not have a balance owed on their student account.

File for Pass/No Pass Status

Pass/No Pass Petition

Students will be able to submit a petition to execute a pass/no pass grade option for any class this term and the process will be approved based on the request. The petition must be completed and submitted before May 10, 2020.

Students are strongly encouraged to speak with a Counselor to discuss their options for taking a course Pass/No Pass and the impact it may have on their academic standing, admissions and financial aid, among other areas.

Receive Student Services Online

Cranium Cafe
Speak with a Student Services Representative online for assistance with Admissions, Counseling, Financial Aid and more. Please register with your LACC student email account and password.

How to Use Cranium Cafe
Learn the basics: how to schedule and join an online meeting, what a card is, and how to check yourself in for  appointments.

Virtual Student Services Building (SSB)
Live chat with any of LACC's Online Student Services and Resources including Financial Aid, Counseling, and Admissions & Records.

Message from the Department of Public Social Services (DPSS)
In person meetings are no longer required to maintain, renew, or apply for your benefit programs.

Online Counseling Form
Request assistance with simple Counseling matters via email.

Office of Special Services
Accomodations for students with disabilities.

EOPS / NextUp / CARE
Assistance for low income students, foster youth, and single parents.

Online Assistance

Need help | Have Questions?

Hours of operation:
Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Below are links that will connect you to a staff member that can help you via Zoom. If you are not able to access Zoom, email your questions to

¿Necesita ayuda | Tiene preguntas?

Horas de operación:
Lunes - Viernes 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

A continuación hay un enlace que lo conectará con un miembro del personal que puede ayudarlo a través del Zoom. Si no desea acceder al Zoom, envíe sus preguntas por correo electrónico a

Օգնության կարիք ունեք ՞   Հարցեր ունեք՞

Գործողության ժամերը:
Երկուշաբթի - ուրբաթ, առավոտյան 8: 00-ից մինչև 4:30 pm

Ստորև բերված են հղում, որը ձեզ կկապի անձնակազմի հետ, որը կարող է օգնել ձեզ ZOOM CALLի միջոցով: Եթե ​​դուք չեք ցանկանում մուտք գործել ZOOM CALL,  էլեկտրոնային Փոստով (email) ուղարկեք ձեր հարցերը էլեկտրոնային հասցեով

John Noyola (English/Spanish): 

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

Perla Partida(English/Spanish): 

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

Gerardo Zarate ( English/ Spanish):

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

Gary Shamoyan (English/Armenian):

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

Lusine Zakaryan (English/Russian-Armenian):

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

Kristine Dishchyan (English/Armenian):

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

Claudia Juan (English/Spanish):

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

Contact Information

LACC Hotline:

If you have a question and are uncertain who to contact, send an email to:

COVID-19 Questions & Reporting:

If you have any questions or need to report a possible or confirmed COVID-19 case:

Student Support:

Including Canvas, Zoom, and SIS Password Resets

Mon-Thr: 8:00am - 7:00pm
Fri: 8:00am - 4:00pm

​Phone: (888) 930-5222

What's On Your Mind?

A Weekly Interactive Student Forum

Learn tips on how to cope with stress, optimize time management, improve inter-personal communication and create social activities as they relate to the COVID-19 atmosphere we live in.

Join the forum "What's on Your Mind," on Wednesdays from 12:30 to 1 p.m., hosted by Collegian editor, Ande Richards.

Zoom ID: 506 692 050, password 235386

Each week a special guest will offer tips or activities from their area of specialty. 

Student participants join via audio only so that they may remain anonymous, and are encouraged to log in under a nickname, or using their first name only.

The forum will be recorded and archived on YouTube for students and the L.A. City college community to access at their will.

Contact the LACC Call Center:

Call Center Hours

Monday -Thursday: 8:00am - 7:00pm
Friday: 8:00am – 4:30pm

1 (888) 930 - LACC
[1 (888) 930 - 5222]

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