Welcome to Los Angeles Mission College!
LAMC admits all students who possess a high school diploma or its equivalent. Students who do not possess a high school diploma or its equivalent are also eligible for admission if they are:
• Adults eighteen (18) years of age or older
• Minors in grades K-12 (with parental and school official's approval to take college level courses)
• Persons who are apprentices in the workforce, as defined by the State of California
Does Los Angeles Mission College require proof of vaccination?
Yes. Per our Board of Trustees' policy, effective the Spring 2022 semester, all students who wish to enroll in classes that will meet in-person must either present proof of COVID vaccination or request a religious or medical exemption. Please review your student email for a personal link to the Cleared4 platform where you must upload proof of your COVID vaccincation. If you are requesting a religious or medical exemption you may do so via your online student portal.
Admissions Frequently Asked Questions
For assistance with the Cleared4 platform or with requesting an exemption, drop into a virtual help sessions or connect with our Student Success Center.
New, Returning, and Transfer Students
How do I enroll?
Apply online for free! Create a CCC Apply account and submit your admissions application. It will be processed within 24-48 hours, and you will receive a welcome email with your student ID and other important information. For assistance completing your application, the Student Success Center is available to help! K-12 and Adult School students should complete the additional application steps through the Dual Enrollment Office
What can I study at LAMC?
As a student at Mission you can pursue over 120+ different programs to prepare you for the workforce, help you transfer to a four-year university, improve your English, math, or writing skills, and more. Our programs are organized into Career and Academic Pathways (CAPS) that will help you take the right courses at the right time to complete your program.
When are classes starting?
Classes for the Winter intersession begin January 4th. Classes for the Spring 2022 semester begin February 7th
LAMC offers full term (16 week) and short term/late start (8-week. 5-week, etc.) classes year-round to help you get started right away. Review the Schedule of Classes for more information on future class start dates.
How much does LAMC cost to attend?
Enrollment fee information is available here. Many programs are available that may reduce or waive fees. After you submit your admissions application, check out the Financial Aid Office, the LA College Promise Program, and the Academic Readiness, Career & Community Institute
for more information on those opportunities.
Are in-person classes available again?
Yes! As we continue to return from the pandemic we are scheduling a mix of in-person, live online (via Zoom), and online self-paced classes. Review the Schedule of Classes for a list of in-person classes available.
How do I come back to complete or start a new certificate or degree program?
If you have not enrolled at LAMC (or another campus within the LACCD) for more than two primary semesters (fall and spring), you must submit a new application via CCC Apply. Once the application is processed, you will be notified via email and will be able to access your student portal using your original student ID number.
How can I get my student ID number?
If you have forgotten your student ID number, the quickest way to retrieve it is to locate the LACCD Welcome email that you received after you applied. If you no longer have that email, you may come in person to the Admissions & Records Office and present a picture ID or you may email us a photocopy of your picture ID with your request.
How do I reset my SIS password?
Submit a SIS Portal Password Reset form
or contact the Student Success Center for assistance. Please note password reset requests are processed during business hours only.
How do I clear a prerequisite to enroll in classes?
Students should work with a counselor to obtain prerequisite clearances. The Counseling Department's drop-in service can be accessed here
. Please be sure you have sent official transcripts from outside schools, test scores, etc. to the A&R Office for processing.
How do I clear a high school hold for documents?
If you took classes at LAMC while you were in middle school or high school and have now graduated, please submit the Highschool Graduation Update form to email@example.com and we will update your records and remove the hold.
All programs and activities of the Los Angeles Community College District shall be operated in a manner which is free of discrimination on the basis of ethnic group identification, race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, creed, sex, pregnancy, marital status, medical condition (cancer related), sexual orientation, age, physical or mental disability (including AIDS), or veteran status (Reference: Board Rule 15001). In order to ensure nondiscrimination policy compliance at Los Angeles Mission College, please direct inquiries to the President of the college, 818.364.7795. Matters involving Section 504 may be directed to the Dean of Disabled Students Programs and Services at 818.364.7734. In addition, inquiries may be directed to the District Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at 213.891.2315.