• LAPC limits the size of its classes to maintain the educational quality of its instructional programs. Class size may vary from one subject area to another, and from laboratory to lecture. In general, a typical class size ranges from 10 to 15 students. The average instructor-student ratio is 1:10.
  • Classrooms and labs are arranged to promote an optimum learning experience for students. Classes employ modern equipment such as computers, printers, scanners, and various audio-visual aids including televisions, DVDs, and portable audio systems to enhance the curriculum. The school has a small student lounge where students can interact with each other.

Computer Labs

Three computer labs are open to students after the lecture sessions. The labs are equipped with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Dreamweaver. Students are advised to utilize computer labs for working on class-related assignments or for additional lab practice.


LAPC provides facilities that are accessible to physically disabled students. Applicants with a physical disability are invited to visit the school to determine if the facilities meet their requirements.


  • Students are encouraged to supplement their course of study by utilizing the resources of the library. Library resources include various reference books, textbooks, and general literature and are available to the students, faculty, and staff of LAPC. The library is equipped with computers for Internet access, access to a network printer, desks, and chairs.
  • Monthly or bimonthly publications from professional organizations such as the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the California Society of CPAs (CalCPA), and the California Association for Private Postsecondary Schools (CAPPS) are available to students, faculty, and staff to keep them updated on the latest industry news and various topics of interest in their professional fields.
  • Additionally LAPC is located a few minutes away from two libraries in the Los Angeles Public Library System:

Safety Consideration

It is the policy of LAPC to maintain a safe environment for its students and staff members, and as such has annual fire and safety inspections. Exit signs are posted prominently, and a first-aid kit is located in the library in a conspicuous place. Should greater medical attention be required, area hospital emergency rooms are nearby reach by ambulance.

If any student is injured or becomes ill during the course of regular attendance (excluding off-campus hours, weekends, and vacation periods), and LAPC is duly notified, the Student Services Director is responsible for contacting the student’s parent/guardian and/or emergency contact person(s) documented in the student’s file.