Los Angeles City College
Study amongst the stars and live in Hollywood, California as a student attending Los Angeles City College!
Why Study at Los Angeles City College (LACC)
Located in the heart of Hollywood, the students at Los Angeles City College (LACC) come from every corner of the world and reflect Los Angeles' multicultural community. LACC is one of the most established community colleges in California and the original campus of UCLA. Over 90 years old LACC boasts a strong history of serving students to help them achieve their educational goals. LACC is home to many notable alumni including Clint eastwood, Morgran Freeman, Mark Hamil, and Frank Gehry to name a few. Our professors are highly educated and well respected in their field. The classroom experience is more intimate than large universities, offering smaller class sizes allowing for more student/teacher interaction.
Programs & Courses
LACC provides a dynamic and innovative learning environment offering more than 140 vocational and professional programs including AA degrees, Transfer programs (2+2), and Certificates
Whether you choose to study at LACC to...
- Take a semester for pleasure,
- Earn a Certificate, or Associates Degree,
- Transfer to a 4-year Univeristy (2+2),
- or attend our Langauage Academy to improve your English...LACC has it all!
Popular courses of study include:
- Business Administration
- Cinema/TV Film
- Computer Science
- Fashion Design
- Performing Arts
Campus and City
LACC is located in Hollywood, just five miles from Downtown Los Angeles, and set on 48 attractive acres. The college facilities include TV and Film studios, performing arts theatre, music hall, and more than a dozen multi-story classroom buildings including a library, and gyms. The Associate Student Body of Government sponsors a mix of academic and extracurricular events to enhance the social and cultural climate on campus.
Residents of Los Angeles are within one hour of the Pacific Ocean and the San Gabriel Mountains, where one could go swimming in the morning and snow skiing in the afternoon. As a cultural center there are concerts, ballets, plays, musicals, museums, sporting events, held in such places as the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Universal Studios, The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Dodger Stadium, Greek Theater, Hollywood Bowl, Disneyland and the Hollywood Walk of Stars. Cultural, social and recreational activities are literally available 12 months out of the year.
The surrounding area boasts numerous housing opportunities such as POD shares, homestays, apartments, and room rentals.
LACC is also accessible through public transportation by bus, or the Red Line Metro system. The Red Line Metro has a station at LACC and all LACC students receive a TAP card allowing for free commutes on the Metro or Bus system.
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