Student Services Are Now Offered Online
The campus will remain closed until further notice, please do not attempt to visit the office in person.
You can live chat with a representative from this office using the information at the bottom of this page, or by visiting the Online Student Services Building. Please note that some services are still in the process of being moved online (including access to campus phone extensions and voicemail) and will vary by office.
Attend LACC while you are still in High School
What is Dual Enrollment?
The Dual Enrollment Program is an accelerated program that allows qualified students to fulfill high school graduation requirements while simultaneously gaining college credits toward a certificate, diploma, or a college degree. Los Angeles City College offers a variety of college courses that are conveniently offered at our local high schools. Students and counselors should note that these classes should be taken by students ready for college level work.
Research has shown that Dual Enrollment classes can be used effectively to promote post-secondary education and success, expand rigor and breadth of high school curriculum, and provide access to challenging, college preparatory curriculum to students who might otherwise have been shut out of such curriculum through the traditional high school system. Classes are also open to LACC students who are willing to travel to the local high school.
Dual Enrollment classes are scheduled through LACC Administration by request of the high school principal or college counselor, who may contact the Dual Enrollment Program for information and program application form.
Our goal is to allow High School students exposure to college level curriculum and prepare them for post-secondary education
Benefits of Dual Enrollment:
- Increase the likelihood to attend and complete college
- Be better prepared for college both academically and socially
- Explore various careers and majors options before entering college
- You earn college credits while still enrolled in High School
- Most of our classes are transferable to 4-year Universities, including UC and CSU systems.
- Our Dual Enrollment classes are offered at the High School campus, or after school or Saturdays at LACC campus
- Save money on college tuition. Dual Enrollment classes are FREE
What is the difference between Concurrent and Dual Enrollment?
You are considered a "concurrent enrollment" student if you are taking a regular college class on campus (not a class designated for only K-12 students). If you are taking a class at your school site, or a class designated only for K-12 students, then you are considered a "Dual Enrollment" student.
Please note that as a Concurrent Enrollment student, you must enroll in your selected class (from your Student Portal) once your Dynamic Forms (K-12 Supplemental Application) is approved by Admissions Office.
Office Hours and Location
Mondyas to Fridays: 8:00AM - 4:30PM
Saturdays to Sundays: Closed
Faculty Liaison Coordinator
Dual Enrollmen Specialist