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Los Angeles Community College Districts Offers Online Enrollment Fairs

Open enrollment for the fall semester will continue until Aug. 31.

In this Friday, May 8, 2020 photo, Christa Schall is online doing a zoom course with classmates at her home for the cosmetology school, Casal Avedo Institute, in Austintown, Ohio. More than 8 million students in the U.S. are enrolled in technical colleges, seeking certification in skilled trades like welding, phlebotomy and cosmetology. But unlike students at traditional colleges, their learning can't easily translate into Zoom courses, they learn through hands-on demonstrations. Now, many are eager to get back into the classroom, and some are reeling because they won't get to graduate on time.
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Special online open enrollment fairs for the upcoming semester will be hosted Wednesday by the nine schools in the Los Angeles Community College District.

The district is highlighting its flexible class schedules, guaranteed admission and affordability to would-be applicants. 

First-time, full-time students may be eligible for two years of free tuition, plus a free Chromebook, under the district's L.A. College Promise Program. More information can be found at

Open enrollment for the fall semester will continue until Aug. 31, when classes begin. Applicants can apply and register at or for application and registration information. 

The majority of fall classes will be held online due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency. However, many classes that support careers and education for the state's essential services workforce infrastructure -- such as healthcare, construction, utility and mechanical services -- will have limited on-campus instruction.

Existing LACCD students can enroll in classes via the student portal,, using their student email and password. Those who need help accessing the portal can reach out to the district's help desk between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, at 844-695-2223 or Those contacts are for access issues only, not

enrollment information.

Links for the college enrollment fairs are listed here:

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