Los Angeles Pacific College

About Us

30 years of experience

LAPC was founded in 1989 as a computer training school in Los Angeles, California. In 1990, we obtained federal authorization from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to enroll foreign students. In 1992, we began to offer English as a Second Language courses to assist foreign students and new immigrants with their English language education. Later in March 2002, the school was approved as a degree-granting institution by what is now the California State Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE).


LAPC continues to modify and improve its curriculum to meet the changing needs of potential students and employers. By fostering their development of skills, LAPC prepares its students to meet the needs of American businesses and industries where they can benefit others as well as themselves.

Mission Statement

The mission of LAPC is to provide quality education and technical training in order to enable students to obtain gainful employment in their chosen professional careers, or to provide a solid base from which they can pursue higher education.



The mission of the English as a Second Language (ESL) program at LAPC is to serve the domestic and international community as a postsecondary, intensive ESL Program which offers the development of English communication skills,  enrichment of cultural awareness, and preparation for those seeking higher education.


The objectives of LAPC are shared by all members of the staff and faculty.

Our objectives are to:

• Assist students in obtaining employment;

• Develop their professional attitudes with self-confidence and discipline;

• Develop their interpersonal skills in preparation for pursuing their chosen professional careers;

• Provide a base from which they can pursue higher education.


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