Los Angeles CCD Promise

  • State: California
  • Coverage: Los Angeles
  • Status: Announced
  • Institution Type: 2 - year
  • Funding: first dollar
  • Year(s): 2017
  • Funding Source: public-private
  • Matriculation Age: recent high school graduates only
  • Semester(s) Covered: unknown

School(s): The 9 LACCD Colleges are: East L.A. College; L.A. City College; L.A. Harbor College; L.A. Mission College; L.A. Pierce College; L.A. Southwest College; L.A. Trade Technical College; L.A. Valley College; and West L.A. College

Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) is California’s largest coalition of community colleges, serving over 130,000 students across the district’s nine campuses. Starting in the fall of 2017, the Los Angeles College Promise will offer students in L.A. county a free year of community college at LACCD.

This Promise program comes from a partnership between the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD), Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), City of Los Angeles Mayor’s Office, and UNITE LA (LA Chamber of Commerce). The Los Angeles College Promise was formally announced by Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles in mid-April 2016. Mayor Garcetti, in coordination with the program’s key partners, will spearhead the initial fundraising campaign to secure funding for the program’s first year. Funding will come from the city’s philanthropic and business community, as well as through LACCD.

  • Address:
    770 Wilshire Boulevard
  • Los Angeles, CA 90017
  • United States
  • Email:
  • Phone:
    (213) 891-2000

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