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Admissions & Records

 

Complete an Application for Admission

If you are new to CCCOPEN, you will be prompted to register as a new user. Follow directions as prompted and write down your CCCApply username and password for future reference. From there you will be directed to the LPC application.

<CLICK HERE to go to CCCOPEN>

If you do not have internet access at home, paper applications are available in A&R, Bldg 1600 - fill out completely and submit to the Admissions & Records Office, Rm 1670.

Allow at least 24 hours for processing your application before attempting to register. If you apply in person or by mail, then allow 2-3 business days for processing before attempting to register. There is no fee to apply.

You have chosen not to provide your Social Security number (SSN). This is your RIGHT, but there are several reasons why it may be to your advantage to provide your SSN on this application. See message from CCCOPEN

 

Things to do before your registration date

Have Transcripts from previous colleges or AP test

Any student enrolled at Las Positas College who desires academic credit for courses taken at other accredited colleges/universities must submit official transcripts of that work to the Office of Admissions and Records. It is the student's responsibility to initiate a request to each institution asking that an official transcript of his/her work be sent directly to the Office of Admissions and Records, Las Positas College.

Students who wish to see a counselor to evaluate prior college/AP course credit (seal envelope) need to bring or send transcripts prior to making a counseling appointment.

Contact Admissions and Records Office:
Admissions and Records Website
Email Admissions and Records

Hours
Phone: 925.424.1585 Fax: 925.606.6437

Financial Assistance

To ensure enough time is allowed for processing before registration begins, visit the Financial Aid website for information on:

Enrollment fee waivers (BOGG)

Pell Grants

Student Loans

and other sources of financial aid assistance

Contact the Financial Aid Office:
Financial Aid Website
Email Financial Aid
Phone: 925.424.1580

CA Residency / VISA immigration Status/ Active Duty or Discharged(Military)

CA Residency
Residency reclassification requires the completion of the Change of Residency form and at least two documents from (see details)
http://www.laspositascollege.edu/admissions/documents/ReclassLPC2014.pdf

Immigration status.

Residency reclassification requires the completion of the Change of Residency form and at least two documents from http://www.laspositascollege.edu/admissions/documents/ReclassLPC2014.pdf

The colleges requires verification of your immigration status before classifying as a resident.

    551 Permanent Resident Card or I-485 Notice of Action
    regarding Change to Petition to Permanent Resident

    I-688 or I-668A Employment Authorization Card
    Passport stamped processed for I-551 with expiration date

    I-94 stamped processed for I-551 with expiration date or
    stamped temporary or refugee or asylum granted

    I-589 stamped Request for Asylum

    I-130 prior to approval

    Visa category: A, E, G, H-1, H-4, I, K, L, O-1, O-3, or R

    Any documentation proving that you have held that visa or status for at least one year and one day before the first day of the semester. (Approval pending submission and review of "Notice of Action" document.

Military/Veteran

Active Duty
We need a copy of your military order showing active assignmentin California. Ifit is less than one year prior to residence determination, please providea statement from your Commanding Office or Personnel Officer that the assignment to active duty in California is not for education purposes.

Military Discharged
we need a copy of your DD214

 

Contact Admissions and Records Office:
Admissions and Records Website
Email Admissions and Records

Hours
Phone: 925.424.1585
FAX: 925.606.6437

 

 

 

 

 

 

Admissions & Records

Bldg 1600/Rm 1670

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