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Los Angeles City College —— Public, 2-year | 19,873 students

855 N Vermont Ave, Los Angeles CA 90029 | 323-953-4000 | http://www.lacitycollege.edu/
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Overview

Type of School: Public, 2-year
Student Body: 19,873 students
     Undergraduate Enrollment: 19,873
     Graduate Enrollment: 0
     Full-Time Enrollment: 5,700
     Part-Time Enrollment: 14,173
     Men: 42%
     Women: 58%
In-State Tuition: Not reported
Out-of-State Tuition: Not reported

School Mission Statement

As a comprehensive community college, Los Angeles City College offers programs, coursework, support, and guidance to develop a community of learners, both near and far, with the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for optimal growth and action in their personal and professional lives. As its primary mission, Los Angeles City College offers post-secondary lower division arts and sciences and vocational courses enabling students to complete: Certificate and Associate Degree programs leading directly to direct entrance into the workforce A curriculum designed in preparation for transfer to a four-year institution. The College affirms the essential role of remedial and basic skills instruction, English as a Second Language, and support services that are intrinsic to student success at the post-secondary level. The College recognizes its responsibility to provide general education and occupational retraining activities to the community at large. The College advances state, region, and local economic growth and global competitiveness through education, training and services that contribute to workforce improvement. The College commits to providing educational and cultural activities that contribute to the general well-being of the community it serves.

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Community Statistics

  Median Household Income:
    $22,043 (State Avg: $47,493)

  Median Home Value:
    $217,400 (State Avg: $211,500)

  Median Year Homes Built:
    1958 (State Avg: 1970)

  Residents Living Below Poverty Level:
    3% (State Avg: 7%)

  Source: US Census 2000 (Zip code: 90029)

 

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