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Admissions  (http://www.lamission.edu/admissions/) - Admissions General  Information - 818-833-3322 - contact Martha Rios at riosme@lamission.edu - phone - 818-364-7885
 
Assessment & Orientation (http://www.lamission.edu/assessment/)  - Contact: Linda Carruthers - 818-364- 7613 - Email: carrutlm@lamission.edu  Hours of Operation - Normal Business Hours: Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Online Orientation can be done 24/7 by clicking on this link - http://www.lamission.edu/orientation/  Also click here to take the necessary steps to be a successful new or returning student - http://www.lamission.edu/assessment/steps.aspx
 
Business Office  (http://www.lamission.edu/services/businessoffice/default.aspx)- Monday through Thursday - 9-5 pm, Friday 9-4 pm, closed Sat./Sun -Telephone Number : (818) 364-7600 ext. 7110  - Zenaida Barredo - email  barredza@lamission.edu - phone -   (818) 364-7787
 
Bookstore - Order your books online at http://eagleslanding.lamission.edu/  - Regular Hours - Monday - Thursday: 7:45am to 7:15pm - Friday: 7:45am to 1pm - Closed Saturday, Sunday and Holidays - contact Zoila Rodriguez at RodrigZ@lamission.edu
 
CalWORKS (http://www.lamission.edu/calworks/) - Monday-Friday 8am - 4:30pm - Phone: (818) 364-7760 - Phone: (818) 833-3511 - contact General Counseling  - Child Care Coordinator - Marianna Sirunian - (818) 833-3511 - sirunim@lamission.edu - Work Study Specialist - Blanca Garcia - (818) 364-7760 - garciabc@lamission.edu
 
Career Center (http://www.lamission.edu/careercenter/) - The Career Center provides varied career counseling services and information on career exploration. Students who visit the Center will receive assistance with developing career objectives, career/major options, and career guidance. In addition, an on-line reference Career Library will assist you with career exploration and major options. Campus services also include personal development classes, workshops, and computer resources such as EUREKA. To learn more about this computer program you can create a Los Angeles Mission College student account using the Campus Site ID Code and use its services for free. Some of the services provided by this program are career/major exploration information, self-assessments, and a letter/resume writer (Resume Writing). The Career Center can also assess student values, interests, strengths, and abilities through career assessments (Exp: Self-Directed Search, and Work Values). A Career Counselor may administer and interpret career assessments results if you are in need of this service (My Career Situation Survey & Career Counseling Intake Form). You may also find these Career Resources as useful tools in your major and career exploration journey. To find out about additional campus services browse through Student Services. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions. contact: Tashini Walker   email:  walkertn@lamission.edu - phone - (818) 833-3336
 
College Catalog

Counseling

Counseling - (818)364-7655 - (818)364-7656 -  Office Hours
 
Monday  - 8:00 am - 4:30 pm - Tuesday  8:00 am - 7:00 pm  Wednesday  8:00 am - 7:00 pm  Thursday  8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Friday  8:00 am - 1:00 pm Please note that hours are subject to change.
 
Diana Bonilla phone - (818) 364-7699 - (bonilldi@lamission.edu

Afri Walker - Honor's Counselor, Transfer Alliance Program - phone 818-364-7647 email: walkerag@lamission.edu -
TAP Alliance Program - Mike Fenton, Faculty Director - email: fentonms@lamission.edu    phone: 818-364-7888
 

UCLA Transfer Alliance/Honors Program (TAP)
The Los Angeles Mission College Transfer Alliance/Honors Program (TAP) is designed for motivated students who plan on transferring to a four-year college or university. It consists of academically enriched general education courses in which both written expression and the critical analysis of ideas are stressed.  The TAP program offers participating students priority admissions to UCLA and additional opportunities at other universities.  Both current and new students may apply to be part of the TAP program.

Requirements

Interested students should put together a packet that includes unofficial transcripts, a personal statement, faculty recommendation and a completed application that can be accessed through the forms link.  Students will complete 5 honors courses with a 3.25 grade average, and honors designation will appear on students' transcripts.  For each honors course, students will complete a research project or paper designed in collaboration with the Honors Director Dr. Mike Fenton and the faculty member teaching the course.

STEM Counselor - Marina Sankavichai -
phone - 818-364-7600 ext. 4161 - email: sangkam@lamission.edu   -    click here for information on the STEM program

Trio Counselor - Student Support Services - Maricela Andradre, Director - email: andradm@lamission.edu  phone - 818-364-7823 - click here for more information on the TRIO program

Online Counseling Electronic Form - http://www.lamission.edu/counseling/online_counseling.aspx
Counseling FAQ - http://www.lamission.edu/counseling/faq.aspx
Counseling Forms - http://www.lamission.edu/counseling/forms.aspx
How To - http://www.lamission.edu/counseling/how_to.aspx
Counseling Staff - http://www.lamission.edu/counseling/staff.aspx
Orientation - http://www.lamission.edu/counseling/orientation.aspx
Helpful Websites - http://lamission.edu/counseling/helpful_websites.aspx

 
Disabled Student Programs & Services (http://www.lamission.edu/dsps/) - email: Adrian Gonzalez  gonzala@lamission.edu phone - (818) 833-3313
DSPS Staff - http://www.lamission.edu/dsps/staff.aspx
Student Handbook - http://www.lamission.edu/dsps/studenthandbook.pdf
 
Office Hours:
Mondays        8:00am to 5:30pm
Tuesdays       8:00am to 5:30pm
Wednesday    8:00am to 7:00am
Thursdays      8:00am to 5:30pm
Fridays           8:00am to 4:00pm

Reasonable Accommodations:

It is the policy of the Los Angeles Community College District ( LACCD) and Los Angeles Mission College to accommodate students with disabilities, pursuant to federal law, state law and Los Angeles Mission Collegeís  commitment to equal educational access. Any student with a disability who needs accommodations, please contact the Disabled Students Programs (DSP&S) phone number  818 -964 - 7732 or TDD 818 -364 -7861 to discuss the steps you will need to take to arrange for classroom accommodations
 
Who Qualifies
In order to qualify for services, excluding personal care, a student must have a verifiable disability. These disabilities can include physical disabilies, psychological disabilities, learning disabilities, blind/visual impairment, deaf/hard-of-hearing, acquired brain injury, and other health ailments. A team approach to the following services helps you succeed in your chosen field of study.
 
How DSPS can help.
Academic and personal counseling
Vocational assessment and job exploration
Assistance with reading, taping, or braille for the blind
Note-taking assistance
Interpreters for the deaf
Individualized program planning
We offer both one-on-one and small group specialized tutoring in basic skills (Supended until funding is available)
High-tech computers and adaptive aids
Mobility assistance
Liasion with instructors and rehabilitation counselors
A team approach to help you succeed in your chosen field of study
 
Extended Opportunity Program & Services (EOPS) (http://www.lamission.edu/eops/) - contact - Ludi Villegas-Vidal, M.S. (818) 364-7643 - email - villegl@lamission.edu

What services do EOP&S students receive?
Academic, career, and personal counseling
Transfer/Career assistance (field trips)
Student Educational Plan (SEP) and Semester-by-Semester Plan for each student
Tutoring
Academic follow-up of students
Progress reports - to provide information to students as to how they are doing in their classes
Book grants and book service
Cultural enrichment activities (cultural trips)
Personal development, study skills, career, and major selection counseling
Leadership Motivational Counseling
CARE Program
Grant and additional services for EOP&S students who are single parents, have children 14 years or younger receiving assistance from the Department of Health and Human Services
Priority Registration
Student Employment Services (Job Prep and Job Placement)
Cap and Gown for graduation
Recognition Awards Ceremony - Graduates and transfer students are recognized at the end of the academic year
 
How to qualify for EOP&S assistance?
The qualification criteria are subject to change as new state regulations and institutional policies are implemented.
How to satisfy basic EOP&S enrollment requirements?
Be residents of California ;
Be enrolled full time (12 or more units) prior to being accepted in the program;
Must not have more than 70 degree applicable units of an AA course work completed at all colleges currently or previously attended
Be qualified to receive a Board of Governors Fee Waiver Application (BOGG) A or B;
Be determined educationally disadvantaged student. 

 
Financial Aid & Scholarships (http://www.lamission.edu/financialaid/) contact: Mary Lou Mendoza -email - mendozm@lamission.edu  phone - (818) 364-7724
Financial Aid Process  - http://www.lamission.edu/financialaid/FinancialAidProcess.aspx
Financial Aid Forms -   http://www.lamission.edu/financialaid/forms1112.aspx

Financial Aid TV (LAMC) 
Financial Aid (USDE) - Youtube videos


International Students (http://www.lamission.edu/international/) - Email: EstradGM@lamission.edu - Phone: 818 -364-7741  Fax: 818 -833-3304 
Requirements for F-1 Visa - http://www.lamission.edu/international/requirements.aspx
Forms & Download - http://www.lamission.edu/international/forms.aspx
Useful Weblinks - http://www.lamission.edu/international/weblinks.aspx
 
Learning Resource Center - http://www.lamission.edu/learningcenter/ - contact: Marie Zaiens, email: zaiensme@lamission.edu - phone: 818-364-7757 - Information Desk - (818) 364 -7754
8 Essential Lessons - http://www.lamission.edu/learningcenter/ITAC.aspx
Student Resources - http://www.lamission.edu/learningcenter/sresources.aspx
Math & English Online Resources - http://www.lamission.edu/learningcenter/tutorresources.aspx

Library (http://lamission.edu/library) - Call the Reference Desk, 818-364-7600, ext. 7105, Email us at library@lamission.edu
Library Catalog - Find books, textbooks and DVDs at LA Mission College.
Library Resources - Find magazine, journal and newspaper articles and more.
Recommended Web Sites - 
Search tools, local library catalogs, research paper guides and more.
Library Workshops and Online Tutorials - Descriptions and schedule.
Research Paper Guides - How to format a paper, write an outline and avoid plagiarism.
Study Aids by Topic - How to find information in the library for different topics.
Faculty Support - Placing items on reserve, conference room scheduling and more.  
About the Library

Matriculation (http://lamission.edu/matriculation) - contact - Joe Ramirez, VP of Student Services - email - RamireJS@laccd.edu - phone - 818-364-7766 

Matriculation is a process that connects Los Angeles Mission College (LAMC) with the students who enroll for credit courses into an agreement for the purpose of realizing the studentís educational goals through the college's programs, policies, and requirements.

Under the Matriculation agreement, Mission College agrees to provide:

Admissions Counseling Orientation
Assessment Follow-up Prerequisites

Transfer Guides