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OFFICE LOCATION & HOURS

(310)287-4450
SSB 311 Near parking lot 5

M & W: 8:30pm - 5pm
T & Th:  8:30pm - 7pm
F: 8:30am - 2pm
Sat/Sun: Closed


DIVISION CHAIR

Jane Q. Smith
(310)287-4450
SmithJ@WLAC.edu

OFFICE LOCATION & HOURS

ATA 111  
M & Th: 3:30pm - 5pm

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Jane Q. Smith
(310)287-4450
SmithJ@WLAC.edu

WLAC

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Terms of Use & Privacy Policy

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Student Directory Information

West Los Angeles College considers the following information relating to a student to be “directory information”: student’s name, city of residence, participation in offi cially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, degrees and awards received, dates of attendance, and most recent previous educational agency or institution attended by the student. Students who do not wish the above categories of information to be given out should so indicate on the Release of Directory Information form in the Admissions Offi ce. In addition, branches of the U.S. military are entitled to receive the following student information: student’s directory information as defi ned above, student’s address, telephone number, date of birth, and major fi eld of study. This information will not be released if you so indicate on your Application for Admission. The College Foundation is entitled, with permission, to receive the following student information: student’s name, address and telephone number. The College Foundation is not entitled to release student information to third parties. This information will not be released if a student so indicates on his or her Application for Admission.

Family Education Rights and Privacy Acts

The California Legislature has passed S.B. 182 (Stull), which codifi es provisions of the Education Code and the Federal statutes implementing the “Family Education Rights and Privacy Act” of 1974 (Buckley Amendments). This permits students to inspect their personally identifi able records maintained by the college, and permits access to these records only upon the student’s written request (other than to certain specifi ed categories). Information on these laws and college procedures in implementing them may be obtained from the Dean of Admissions, who serves as the College Records Officer.

Unauthorized Release of Sudent Records 

Release of student records by faculty members to third parties, which includes parents and other family members, without a student’s written permission or in the absence of a judicial order is prohibited by the California Constitution and the Education Code.

Refund and Return Policy

An application fee of $35 must be paid online or mailed in once you have completed your application form. Application fee payments are non-refundable.

Drop Policy

If you choose to drop a course, it is your responsibility to do so by the end of the second week of class if you wish to receive a tuition refund.  For compressed eight week semesters, you must drop by the end of the first week to receive a tuition refund.  You will not be automatically dropped from your class for lack of participation.

If you drop a class after the fourth week of the semester has passed, you will receive a "W" grade for that class.  If you drop a class after the tenth week has passed, you will receive an "F" grade for that class.  If you drop a class after the second week has passed in a compressed eight week semester, you will receive a "W" grade for that class.  If you drop a class after the fifth week has passed in a compressed eight week semester, you will receive an "F" grade in that class.

To drop a class, please visit our Student Information System. Carefully follow the instructions for signing in and dropping your class.