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Office of Student Services

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Administration/Services Building, E5-532 Phone: 213-763-7078
  Dr. Howard Irvin
Interim Vice President, Student Services


Welcome to the Student Services Division. This division is responsible for assisting students in their college experience. To achieve these goals the Student Services Division has developed many programs designed to facilitate our student’s assimilation into our college family. These programs are available to you from day one, and will assist you from the moment you submit your application to the day you’re handed your degree.

With a wide range of organizations, services, activities, and programs the Student Services Division has your success in mind. Organizations such as the Associated Student Organization give students the ability to voice their concerns and their needs. Services like Counseling allow students to plan ahead and make sure they are on the correct path to success. Activities like Athletics allow students to express their school pride. Programs like Puente and Umoja help students move on to the next step of their education. It is our hope that you will take advantage of every possible program under our umbrella, because your success is our ultimate goal.

Thank you for visiting our website, we hope that you will return soon to see the new programs that we are developing to assure your success at our college.

Student Services

  • Academic Connections
  • Admissions & Records
  • Assessment, Counseling, Orientation (ACO)
  • ASO*
  • Assessment Center
  • Athletics*
  • Bookstore
  • Bridges to Success
  • Career Center
  • Child Development Center
  • Counseling
  • Disabled Students Programs and Services
  • Extended Opportunity Programs and Services
  • Financial Aid
  • Foster and Kinship Care Education
  • Graduation
  • International Student Center
  • Puente Program
  • Student Employment Center
  • Student Health Center
  • Student Services Office
  • Student Success and Support Program (SSSP)
  • Umoja Community
  • University Transfer Center
  • Veterans Affairs

Service Sites

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Admissions & Records


First Stop & Visitor Information: Student Support Center, D3-105 (Bridges Office)
Admissions & Records Main Office Location: Administration/Services Building, E5 1st Floor Lobby

Admission & Records Website

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LA College Promise

Los Angeles Trade Technical College (LATTC) as part of LACCD has partnered with LAUSD and other charter campuses to provide graduating high school students FREE College for two years.

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Student Support Center

Academic Services

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College Library

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Tutoring in Academic Connections

The  Academic Connections Tutoring  supports students’ academic success by providing tutoring services and supplemental instruction that complements their classroom instruction to assist them in developing their academic potential. Tutors are trained to engage and encourage students by sharing ideas and solutions. They utilize effective tutoring strategies to facilitate a smooth pathway towards learning and understanding.

Tutoring in Academic Connections

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Child Development Center (CDC)

The Child Development Center provides exemplary child development services for children 16 months-5 years old; ensures student success by making education accessible to the student-parents pursuing career development and academic goals; promotes parent education for students; and provides the best in early childhood educational practices to the students in training for the workforce.

Child Development Center

Business Office

Business Office

Business Office provides services to students such as:

  • Fee Collections/Refunds
  • Official confirmation of course enrollment
  • Scholarship check awards handling and distribution
  • Metro TAP card reloads and discount information
Location: Administration/Services Building, E5 1st Floor Lobby


Business Office Website

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College Store

Come by the College Store for refreshments, textbooks, apparel, supplies, etc.
There are a variety of useful items for students on campus. 

Location: C4 Building, First Floor

College Store Website

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Counseling Services & Support

Choose from a variety of counseling services we offer to help students be successful.

Service include:

  • General Counseling
  • Online Counseling
  • Assessment Center
  • Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS)
  • Dream Resource Center
  • Extended Oppurtunity Programs and Services (EOPS)
  • Foster and Kinship Care Education/Guardian Scholars Program
  • International Student Center
  • Puente
  • Umoja Community
  • University Transfer Center
  • Veterans’ Center (VRC)

Counseling Services & Support

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Student Rights, Responsibilities, Complaints and Compliance

Student Rights and Responsibilities

A student enrolling in one of the Los Angeles Community Colleges may rightfully expect that the faculty and administrators of the colleges will maintain an environment in which there is freedom to learn.

Conflict Resolution and Complaints

Information on the process to file complaints about class issues or discrimination/harassment

Office of Compliance and Ombudsperson

Compliance oversight is facilitated through The Office of Diversity Programs located at the Los Angeles Community College District Office.

Student Discipline

Every effort shall be made to resolve the problem informally. No disciplinary action involving disciplinary probation, suspension, suspension of Financial Aid or expulsion shall be taken unless the administrator determines to pursue the matter formally in accordance with board rules.

Title IX

Title IX is not just about sports; it is a prohibition against sex-based discrimination in education. It addresses discrimination against pregnant and parenting students and women

Student Rights, Responsibilities, Complaints and Compliance

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Are You a High School Counselor?

Visit our Outreach & Recruitment page to setup a campus tour or get more information for your students to share on your campus. We can also schedule a time to visit your campus. Click the button below for more information or email

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Do You Have a Story To Share?

Visit our Public Relations page to get in touch with us. Our team will either reach out to you to for information or you can share it using the Public Relations Form. You can also call the office line at 213-763-7063 or email

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Getting to LATTC and Contacting Us


Los Angeles Trade Technical College
400 West Washington Blvd, Los Angeles 90015
Phone (213) 763-7000 - Fax (213) 763-5393

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