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The following procedures apply to all students, day or evening.

First Step: Complete an application for admission
Second Step: Matriculation
Third Step: Select and enroll in classes
Fourth Step: Pay the necessary fees
The current fee structure
Financial Aid and Scholarships: Find out how to apply.
How to Pay Fees
Dropping Classes

First Step: Complete an application for admission

If you are a new or returning student, you need to complete an application for admission. To complete an application, you may select one of the following methods:

1. You may apply for admission on our district web site.
Click here to apply (opens a new window)
 
2. You may print an application form (2 pages in Adobe Acrobat format, 368kb)

Complete the information, sign it, and mail it to:
Los Angeles Mission College
Attn: Admissions & Records
13356 Eldridge Ave. Sylmar, CA 91342
3. You may obtain an application form at Mission College's Admissions Office.

If you are on a student (F-1) visa or want to get a student (F-1) visa, please visit the International Students Office at L.A. Mission College. Do not continue on this page.

All information requested on the application must be provided. The application must declare under penalty of perjury that all information on the application is correct. All information is subject to verification; falsification or withholding of information shall constitute grounds for dismissal.

Provide a Social Security number on the application form. The Los Angeles Community College District maintains a student record system that uses the Social Security number to identify an individual's record. However, if students do not wish to report their Social Security numbers, an alternate identification number will be assigned by the College. Changes in a student's ID # may be made only in the Admissions Office. All future correspondence and request for transcripts and numbers, like all other student information are confidential and will be used only as identification numbers.

Second Step: Matriculation

Matriculation is a process designed to assist students in achieving their educational goal. It is an agreement between the student and the college. Its purpose is to ensure that all students successfully complete their college courses and reach their academic goals in a timely manner, by properly assessing the student's skills and abilities and recommending individualized educational plans for academic success. All first time students who declare a goal of earning a certificate, AA or AS degree, or plan on transferring to a University, are expected to go through a Matriculation process.

Third Step: Select and enroll in classes

To enroll in classes you need a permit from the Admissions Office of the college of your choice. You also need to select your classes, using the Class Schedules available on the college web site or at the college campus.

Once you select your classes, you may enroll on the web (opens a new window), or you may use the telephone system (called STEP), or you may go to the campus.

Fourth Step: Pay the necessary fees

California Law requires that all students pay a fee to attend community colleges. The amount of this fee is based on the number of units enrolled. Students on public assistance may be exempt from paying this fee. Students who are non-residents of California are also required to pay non-resident tuition.

The current fee structure is:

FEE STRUCTURE FOR SPRING/FALL SEMESTERS
ENROLLMENT FEE(S) $26.00 per unit
NON - RESIDENT TUITION $154.00 per unit
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION $164.00 per unit
STUDENT HEALTH CENTER FEE $11.00 per semester
STUDENT REPRESENTATION FEE $1.00 per semester
ASSOCIATED STUDENT ORGANIZATION
(this fee is optional)
$7.00 per semester
PARKING PERMIT FEE
(this fee is optional, but necessary in order to park in the student parking lots)
$20.00 per semester

 

FEE STRUCTURE FOR SUMMER/WINTER SEMESTERS
ENROLLMENT FEE(S) $26.00 per unit
NON - RESIDENT TUITION $154.00 per unit
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TUITION $164.00 per unit
STUDENT HEALTH CENTER FEE $8.00 per semester
STUDENT REPRESENTATION FEE $1.00 per semester
ASSOCIATED STUDENT ORGANIZATION
(this fee is optional)
$3.00 per semester
PARKING PERMIT FEE
(this fee is optional, but necessary in order to park in the student parking lots)
$10.00 per semester

 

Financial Aid and Scholarships

Financial Aid and Scholarships Office Phone Number: 818-364-7648
Anafe Robinson, Financial Aid Director
Email: anafe_robinson@laccd.edu

How do I apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships?

How to Pay Fees

You can pay fees by telephone or by U.S. Mail. (click here for College Address)

By Telephone: (with a credit card, AMEX, Visa, Discover, Mastercard)

All Los Angeles Mission College students can now enroll by telephone. Continuing students’ appointments to enroll are mailed to their home of record. This is a priority registration date based on the number of units you have completed at Mission College. You may enroll by telephone anytime after your appointment until one day prior to the start of classes.

New students will receive their priority telephone enrollment appointments when they complete Assessment testing and Advisement counseling.

  Before registering by phone:
   
- Clear any holds or financial obligations in the LA Community Colleges.
- Contact the Business Office (818) 364-7783
- Contact the Counseling Office (818) 364-7655 for help in planning your program.
- Contact the Financial Aid Office (818) 364-7648 if you need fee assistance.
   
STUDENT TELEPHONE ENROLLMENT PROGRAM (STEP)
The registration system will enforce all English, Math, and ESL prerequisites. Students will only be permitted to enroll in courses for which they are eligible. If, after registering, you feel the system has made an error, please bring your permit or proof of eligibility to a counselor.
   
  To enroll by phone:
   
 

Call the STEP system using a touch-tone
telephone at the date and time of your
enrollment appointment or anytime after
your appointment until one day prior to
the start of classes.

System Hours:
Monday through Saturday from
8:00am to 11:00pm

STEP
telephone
numbers:

(818) 988-2222
(213) 689-8888
(310) 605-0505



Mail in your check or money order to:

Los Angeles Mission College Business Office
13356 Eldridge Avenue
Sylmar, CA 91342

(be sure to print your Social Security or Student ID number and semester on the face of your check. Your semester fee receipt, student ID validation, and parking permit (if purchased) will be mailed to you when payment is complete.)

 

Dropping Classes

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Dropping Classes: It is your responsibility to drop any classes you stop attending. Do not rely on the instructor to exclude you. You will be liable for all enrollment fees, health fees, and non-resident tuition for any class not dropped by the third day of the session. You can use the STEP system to drop classes through the 14th week.

If you want to drop a course in which you have enrolled you must complete an official drop card available in the Admissions & Records office. It is your responsibility to do this. Fees are due at time of enrollment. (You may also drop a class by telephone using the STEP system.)


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