SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS ???????
If you require special accommodations for a disability, religious holiday, or any other reason please inform your instructor(s) within the first week of the course and we will accommodate you if at all possible. For accommodations due to disability, you must consult with the Disabled Students Programs and Services Office after which we will abide by their recommendations.
COLLEGE RESOURCES FOR LAMC STUDENTS
Admissions and Records:
Students can register for classes, request transcripts, file petitions for graduation, and drop classes at this office. For more information call 818-833-3322 or visit: http://www.lamission.edu/admissions/
Assessment Center: ?
Offers student assessments in English, English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) and Mathematics. Please contact the Assessment Center at (818) 364-7613 for more information or visit http://www.lamission.edu/assessment/
For hours of operation, book availability, buybacks, and other information call 818-364-7767 or 7768 or visit http://eagleslanding.lamission.edu/default.asp
Counseling Department: ?
For appointments and information call 818-364-7655 or visit http://www.lamission.edu/counseling/
Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSP&S): ?
For appointments, eligibility and information call 818-364-7732 or visit http://www.lamission.edu/dsps/
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOP&S)?
For appointments, eligibility and information call 818-364-7645 or visit http://www.lamission.edu/eops/
Financial Aid: ?
For information and applications call 818-364-7648 or visit http://www.lamission.edu/financialaid/
For information on hours, resources, workshops, and other services contact 818-364-7106 or visit http://www.lamission.edu/library/
STEM Office: ??
For information on free tutoring, resources and academic counseling forSTEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Technology) students visit: http://www.lamission.edu/stem
Tutoring Services in Learning Center: ??
Laboratories for Learning, Writing, Math &Science. Walk-in and appointment services offered. Call 818-364-7754 or visit www.lamission.edu/learningcenter/
Three Attempt Limit
?A new state policy in effect as of 2012 limits students to three attempts per course. Receiving a grade or a "W" for a course counts as an attempt, regardless of when the course was taken
. Withdrawal by the deadline to avoid a "W" will not count as an attempt.