The Admissions and Records Office is committed to maintaining a supportive learning environment by providing accurate and timely information regarding application, registration, student enrollment records and academic policies while providing responsive, respectful and individualized service to students, faculty, staff and the communities we serve.
The Admissions and Records Office processes admissions applications, maintains student academic records, collects and distributes faculty attendance documents, processes transcript and enrollment verification requests, residency reclassifications, IGETC and CSU certifications, assigns student ID and PIN numbers and processes graduation petitions.
The Office of Admissions & Records at CSUDH connects you to information, resources and services to help guide you through theadmissions process, access your student record, understand theEarly Start requirement, request transcripts, prepare you for graduation, and contact the registrar’s office.
The Admissions & Records Office is the initial contact for the future, present, and former students of L .A. Trade-Tech College. The services provided by Admissions include but are not limited to: processing applications, registering students in classes, adds/drops, transcripts of records, maintaining student academic records, processing of graduation petitions, processing of transfer and registered nursing certification, processing of certificates of completion/skill awards, as well as maintaining attendance and accounting documentation of student attendance and grades.
CalWORKs/GAIN (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids/Greater Avenues to Independence) is a government (both state and federal) funded program that offers temporary financial assistance, vocational and job skills training, as well as other support services. Our office serves as a liaison between the college and the Los Angeles Department of Public Services.
CalWORKs (California's Work Opportunities and Responsibilities to Kids Initiative) is a welfare-to-work program designed to move TANF recipients into unsubsidized employment. Acquiring job market skills is a component of this TANF legislation. Students who are in need of Skills upgrade and/or are allowed to acquire a vocational skill must complete the training within an individual time frame that depends on factors and guidelines established for the program.
The CalWORKs Program at LAVC is an educational, training, and job development program established for students who are currently receiving TANF (Temporary Aid to Needy Families) benefits such as cash aid and other assistance from the Department of Public Social Services. Our goal is to provide an educational environment where the student may develop the needed vocational skills leading to meaningful employment.