The Early College Program  

Early College Program (ECP) and Dual Enrollment (DE) courses provide special part-time admit students with the opportunity to earn college credit while they are in middle and/or high school. These courses are offered to our local K12 partner schools to help students complete university transfer requirements and/or gain certificates free of tuition and textbook fees. 

ECP/DE students are expected to follow regulations and procedures that apply to all college students. It is the student's responsibility to know add and drop deadlines, and to drop themselves from courses they no longer wish to attend. 

To enroll into the Outreach Early College Program/Dual Enrollment courses, speak to an Outreach representative during our Ask Me Anything sessions (Excludes holidays).

 

Ask Me Anything sessions
Monday - Friday
2:00pm - 4:00pm
(except holidays)

Link: https://laccd.zoom.us/j/94626897032

 

Student Responsibilities    

General Information 

College Records 

Parents or guardians will not have access to a student's records (including grades and transcripts) without the student's written consent, the student's minor status notwithstanding. 

 

College and High School Credit 

Students shall receive credit for the community college courses completed. Arrangements for receiving school credit for course work completed must be made with students respective home schools. Students will not be mailed a report card. If a student needs to submit grades to the home school the student may request an official transcript at the Admissions Window. Applicable fees will apply. An unofficial transcript is available online at ww.laccd.edu free of charge. 

 

Tuition for Concurrently Enrolled (Special Part-Time and Full-Time)

Students enrollment fees are required for special full-time students (i.e., taking more than 11 units), but waived for special part-time students (i.e., taking 11 units or less). (Education Code section 76300(f), LACCD Board Rule 8100.03.) Effective Summer 2009, the nonresident tuition fee will be charged for all students who are classified as nonresidents; students may apply for an individual waiver pursuant to Board Rule 8100.15. Students who are determined to be nonresidents of California will be subject to nonresident tuition fees, pursuant to Board Rule 8100.03. 

 

The K-12 Supplemental Application is completed through a website called Dynamic Forms.

  1. Click here to create your Dynamic Forms Account
  2. Click here to complete K-12 via Dynamic Forms Account. (Must be logged into Dynamic Forms to complete K-12 form)

K-12 Student must submit a K-12 Supplemental Application for each semester or summer session in which they wish to enroll, and students may only enroll in those courses specifically approved by the college for that term.

 

Health Fee

The Los Angeles Community College District charges a health fee (certain categories of students are exempt) and, where applicable, a student representative fee. The health fee is exempted when a student is enrolled at sites where LACCD student health services are not provided (off-campus). This means that the fee is waived when a class is held at a high school site. The health fee is only required once per semester. 

Student Code of Conduct