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This page provides general information for new and current LAVC students. Click on the links below for more details:
 
  • AA Degree Requirements - Information about requirements for earning your associate's degree.
     
  • Business Office - Information on how you can pay your student fees, get a parking pass, and more! 
     
  • Counseling - Schedule an appointment to talk with a counselor to help you make the most of your time at LAVC. There is also links to the New Student Orientation.
     
  • Financial Aid - Learn how you can get money to help pay for classes and books. You may be eligible for grants, scholarships, employment, and loans.
     
  • Glossary of Terms - Get an explanation of the commonly-used terms at Los Angeles Valley College.
     
  • Grade Grievance Procedure - What to do when you want to dispute a final transcript grade.
     
  • Grades & Transcripts - How to view your grades and transcripts using the online Student Information System.
     
  • Official Transcripts - How to order your Official Transcripts from the Admissions & Records Office. 
     
  • Services for Students - Learn about the different services available for students at LAVC. 
     
  • Student ID Card - Steps on how you can to get your Student ID Card.
     
  • TAP (Transfer Alliance Program) - Honors classes for students.
     
  • Transfer Requirements - Learn about the requirements to transfer to a four-year college or university. You can also download one of the following worksheet to help you meet the Lower Division General Education (GE) requirements:
     
    • CSU Transfer Worksheet (PDF) - A worksheet to help you determine which LAVC courses will satisfy the Lower Division General Education (GE) requirement to a California State University (CSU) campus.
       
    • IGETC Transfer Worksheet (PDF) - A worksheet to help you determine which LAVC courses will satisfy the Lower Division General Education (GE) requirements to any California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC) campus.