An after school literacy and theatre project with the California Department of Education, 21st CCLC is a performance-based, youth-led program that promotes literacy, leadership, career development, and the art of self-expression.
Alternative Education and Work Center (AEWC) is a dropout recovery program administered by the Division of Adult and Career Education (DACE) of LAUSD. AEWC students are 16-18 year old teens who have dropped out of school. AEWC provides these students with educational opportunities leading to a high school diploma or equivalency and career technical education training programs.
The Career Technical Education (CTE) program provides competency-based and academically integrated career training in 15 industry sectors. CTE courses prepare students for entry-level employment, career advancement, and industry certification.
The Academic Advancement Program (AAP), a multiracial program, represents the best of what United States society aspires to: access, equity, opportunity, and excellence. AAP encourages and promotes academic achievement and excellence by providing students with: peer learning (tutoring); academic programs; academic, personal, and career counseling; graduate and professional school mentoring; scholarships; research opportunities and stipends; opportunities to participate in innovative science programs; and a computer lab.
This department is the first stop for new students. The staff processes applications, graduation petitions, handles registration, and provides special services for veterans and foreign students. Petitions are now accepted through the Admissions and Records Office.
We're here to help you apply for admission, enroll in classes, gain access to your student records, petition for graduation and pay student fees among many other services. Whether you are a high school student continuing your education, an International Student, beginning your education in the States, a returning student or just taking a class on the side, we are here to make the process easier for you.
Being accepted to UCLA is more than a badge of honor. It's a responsibility. As a student, you will be charged with impacting the world from the moment you step on campus. You will be given every resource and opportunity that comes with the second-highest ranked public university in the nation.
First-year admission to USC is highly competitive, and the admission process takes into consideration a variety of factors.The following link can help answer many of the questions you may have: http://www.usc.edu/admission/undergraduate/firstyear/prospective/applynow.html