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INFORMATION FOR FALL 2017 ADMITTED STUDENTS

 

Congratulations! And thank you for selecting West Los Angeles College. We hope to assist you as you begin the process to enroll at WLAC. Please review the following links to guide you through the different process you may need to complete:

 

 

We look forward to seeing you at the Mandatory New International  Orientation on August 16th

 

INFORMATION FOR PROSPECTIVE FULL-TIME STUDENTS

 

We are no longer accepting Fall 2017 applications. Please check with us soon for Spring 2018 applications (full-time, I-20). Please review the information at the links below for information about admission requirements, cost of attendance, and other valuable information. 

 

INFORMATION FOR PART-TIME APPLICANTS

 
FALL 2017 (PART TIME) APPLICANTS:  International students with other colleges that wish to enroll at WLAC must submit an application and permission letter from their home school advisor by August 20, 2017.You can apply by clicking on the PART TIME APPLICATION LINK
 
Note: Applications submitted after August 20th may not be processed in time to register online for the Fall 2017 semester. Applicants should be prepared to attend the first class and request a permission code. 
 

 

CURRENT INTERNATIONAL STUDENT RESOURCES

 

Click on "FORMS & PETITIONS (CURRENT WEST STUDENTS)" to download requests/petitions various I-20 authorizations, for support letters, and other resources, and other relevant information. 

 

 

The college is fully accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJ) of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). All courses at West are taught by faculty, typically with a Masters Degree or Doctorate from notable universities around the country.