Prospective students must submit the questionnaire above.The questionnaire allows us to know your goals as well as how we can help you accomplish those goals.
We will send you an application along with the required documents you will need to submit. For third-party funded enrollments, the application materials are not limited to the LAPC application; application materials may include forms required by the third-party organization for processing payment. With the exception of these additional forms, the entire admissions process will be the same for both the individual and third-party funded enrollment.
The candidate may be asked to have an interview with an Admissions Counselor prior to being accepted to a program. We want to know how we can help the student accomplish their goals while enrolled at the school.
The Office of Admissions will send you a notice letting you know if you have been accepted to the applied program.
The candidate student will have an orientation and the student will take any necessary placement tests.
Financial arrangements to meet the costs of tuition and related expenses will be settled with the Office of admissions.
Complete the 3-Page application for admission above.
Proof of financial availability to meet the tuition and living expenses must be submitted. Bank account statement showing a minimum USD $18,000
Submit a copy of your diploma or transcripts. If you have a college diploma do not submit high school records.
For more information on international student admissions please click here.
Los Angeles Pacific College is approved by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to enroll non-immigrant alien students under F-1 visa status. Non-immigrant alien students are required to maintain full-time enrollment status with a minimum of 12 semester hours per academic term.
Applicants are entitled to receive a:
Cash-paying students who do not intend to pursue a degree or certificate may apply and enroll for individual classes, and fill out an enrollment agreement according to the number of classes that they plan to take.
Prospective international students, please visit our International tab to learn how to apply.
Los Angeles Pacific College does not discriminate in admissions, counseling, training, placement, employment, or any activity on the basis of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin or heritage, religious, philosophical, or political tenets, nor upon any handicap or medical condition. All applicants are interviewed and evaluated on the basis of their ability to be trained in their intended field of study.