Advising Areas (Units)
Academic advising by trained counseling faculty can also be provided in these specific programs. Eligibility and restrictions may apply.
Academic Counseling Services Available
Break It To Make It
Break It To Make It (BITMI) is a unique program that assists incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals successfully reintegrate into their communities and achieve long-term self-sufficiency through the arts, higher education, and rehabilitative services.
CalWORKS is an innovative program that provides FREE workforce training, education, and childcare services for students receiving public assistance.
The Career Center assists students in choosing, changing or confirming your career.
The EOPS Program makes available a number of support services such as priority registration, professional counseling, individualized & in-class tutoring and textbook assistance and much more.
First Year Experience
The First Year Experience (FYE) program is designed to help you be successful in your first year of college by providing a supportive, nurturing environment complete with educational and career guidance, so you may achieve your educational and career goals.
Guardian Scholars Program
The LACC Guardian Scholars Program (GSP) serves students who are current, former, or emancipated foster youth who are pursuing a path within higher education.
International Student Program
The International Student Program provides students with academic counseling and with immigration advisement / documentation necessary to maintain their legal status in the U.S.
Office Of Special Services
OSS offers academic advisement, counseling, assistive technology, adaptive equipment, exam accommodations, sign language interpreters, Braille transcription, learning disabilities assessment as well as other auxiliary aids and services for eligible students.
Ralph Bunche Scholars
The Ralph Bunche Scholars Program is committed to meeting the needs of academically motivated and intellectually curious students whose main purpose is to transfer to a four-year school.
Registered Nursing Program
Completing the Registered Nursing Program leads to eligibility for licensure as a registered nurse (RN). The Associate Degree program is a 2-year full-time program that includes theory and clinical courses over 4 days a week.
LACC received funding from the Department of Education to implement the STEM Pathways Program to support academic success and rate of transfer of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) students.
The Transfer Center assists students with the process of meeting the requirements to transfer to four-year colleges and universities.
TRIO / SSS
The Trio/SSS program assists low-income, first-generation, and/or disabled students by providing opportunities for academic advisement, mentoring, assistance with basic college requirements, and motivation to complete their post-secondary education.
The Upward BoundProgram serves high school students from low-income families in which neither parent holds a bachelors degree (first-generation potential-college student).
Veterans' Resource Center
The Veterans' Resource Center creates an encouraging environment by acknowledging, honoring, and addressing veterans’ unique needs, while helping them attain their educational goals.
For spring 2022 semester we are coninuing online services as well as having counselors in-person (M-TH 9-3). Hours subject to change.
Counseling Intern Pool:
To apply for possible 2022-2023 Unclassified Paid Intern positions in the Counseling Department (must be enrolled in college undergraduate or graduate programs), please complete the form at this LINK. Applications are due May 31, 2022.
Student Services Building, 2nd Floor