Student Services

Our Student Services Department is here to make sure each and every student has the resources needed to succeed in both the classroom and the workplace. Whether helping a new student to find his way around the Angeles College campus or coaching a recent graduate on her interview skills, our friendly staff is available to help. If you need assistance, feel free to stop into the office or call today! Our office hours are Monday – Friday from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

We know that starting a new school can be an overwhelming experience. Here at Angeles College, we strive to make that transition as comfortable as possible. Before the start of our programs, each student attends New Student Orientation where they will be introduced to their instructors as well as the staff from Student Services and the Financial Aid offices. They will receive an overview of their schedules, their courses, and become acquainted with the Angeles College Campus. By the end of the day, we hope AC feels as much like a home to each of them as it does to us!

Need advice or just need a bit more information? Whether a prospective student or already enrolled, our advisers are on hand to help with any issues that may arise. To meet with an advisor, students are welcome to make an appointment or stop by the office at their convenience. Our helpful advising staff is available during campus office hours, 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

Angeles College offers Student Tutorial Services (STS) for students requiring additional educational support throughout their academic program. These services are included as needed to prepare and assist students to successfully reach their goals and accomplish their professional objectives while attending Angeles College. All Angeles College Students may coordinate these services through their individual Instructor as needed or recommended by faculty.

Career Counseling and Placement Assistance are available to each student at Angeles College. As a frequent go-to for employers seeking qualified and skilled individuals, AC can offer our students the inside-track on job opportunities while assisting in the formatting and writing of resumes and interviewing skills. Whether just preparing yourself or looking to land that first job, we are here to help.

Through Career Counseling and Placement Assistance Services, our students have access to:

  • Individual and group counseling, exploration of career options, and information on occupational fields and employment trends
  • Information on a variety of educational and career options including non-credit programs, ESL classes, and vocational assistance
  • Seminars in resume writing, interviewing skills, teamwork, and other job-related topics

Please call the office at (213) 487-2211 to schedule an appointment with a representative.

School Records (e.g. official transcript, unofficial transcript, replacement diploma, etc.) are available to all current and former students. Requests may be made in person, over the phone or via email to Registrar@AngelesCollege.edu.

Requests are processed in the order in which they are received and take approximately 5-10 business days to prepare though students should allow for more time during registration periods. For an additional cost, students may request expedited processing and may expect their transcripts to be mailed within 1-2 business days.

Completion Records (including Official Transcripts and Certificates of Completion) will not be issued to students who have an outstanding financial obligation to the College.

If you would like to request your school records or have questions regarding your account, email Registrar@AngelesCollege.edu, call (213) 487-2211 or text message (213) 375-4777.

Angeles College recognizes and accepts its obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of a disability and requiring AC to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified disabled students in all programs and activities. Students have the responsibility to both self-disclose and request accommodation through the school’s ADA Compliance Officer. Communication with faculty or other staff members does not constitute in itself fulfilling the ADA accommodation requirements. Verification through documentation from a health care provider is required prior to accommodations being determined and fulfilled. AC’s ADA Compliance Officer will review documentation for accommodation consideration. No student shall be retaliated against for seeking accommodation under this policy or for participating in any complaint procedures brought against AC for its non-compliance with the policy.

To ensure proper handling of all equal opportunity matters, including the Civil Rights Act and Americans with Disabilities Act, discrimination, accommodation and compliance issues, inquiries should be directed to the following individual:

School Director/Compliance Officer at (213) 487-2211, for the following matters:

  • Sexual Harassment
  • Discrimination – Education/Race
  • Discrimination – Workplace – Hiring/Promotion
  • Training
  • ADA
  • EEO – Hiring/Promotion
  • Gender Equality

We look forward to seeing you!