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(818) 947-2600 ext. 4200
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The Los Angeles Valley College Counseling Department is committed to assisting our diverse student population with achieving their educational and career goals. Whether the educational goal is to take one course, job training, earn a certificate, an associate degree or transfer to a four-year institution, LAVC counselors are available to assist.
The Counseling Department at Los Angeles Valley College, located in the Student Services Annex, provides students with assistance in creating Student Educational Plans (SEP), selecting appropriate classes, exploring educational and career options, and identifying the skills and resources critical to student success. A professional staff of counselors are available to assist students in the following areas:
ONCE APPOINTMENTS ARE FILLED FOR THE WEEK, OUR SCHEDULING SYSTEM IS DISABLED UNTIL THE FOLLOWING TUESDAY AT 8:00 AM.
8am-2pm & 4pm-7pm
Please Note: The drop-in schedule is subject to change without notice. Please check the website for updates and availability.
Services Available during Drop-in
TRANSCRIPT EVALUATION APPOINTMENTS
If you have completed courses at another college or university, you must first contact that institution and have them send your official transcripts to LAVC by mail. Shipping and processing of official transcripts is 7-10 business days. Once the transcripts are recieved and processed by Admissions and Records, a counselor must evaluate them in order to determine appropriate course recommendations at LA Valley College. Please do not request for transcripts to be sent if you have not yet applied to the district and obtained a student ID number.
Step 1: BEFORE YOU SEE A COUNSELOR, FIRST DO THE FOLLOWING:
Los Angeles Valley College
Attn: Admissions and Records
5800 Fulton Ave.
Note: Official transcripts and AP exam scores must be mailed directly to Admissions and Records at LAVC for the Graduation office to certify and evaluate. Hand-carried transcripts/scores are not accepted by Admissions and Records.
Step 2: VERIFY THAT TRANSCRIPTS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED AND PROCESSED:
Step 3: SCHEDULE YOUR TRANSCRIPT EVALUATION APPOINTMENT:
FOREIGN TRANSCRIPT EVALUATION
Students who have completed courses from a accredited university in a foreign Country may be able to apply the course credits toward an Associate degree in LA Valley College or transfer to a University. Courses must first be evaluated by an approved credential evaluation agency.
To have foreign transcript evaluated, students should contact one of the approved credential evaluation agencies and request a detailed equivalency report that includes course title, semester units equivalency, and letter grade student earned. Foreign credits can be accepted by LAVC only after the student has completed 12 units with LA Valley College.
Please note that foreign coursework will NOT satisfy general education requirements for English Composition, U.S. history/Government as well as transfer GE requirements. The transferability of foreign courses will be determined by the transfer institution.
Counselors are also available in satellite offices: SSD (Student Services Annex), EOPS (SSC 2nd Floor), TRiO (SSC 228), STEM (MS 112A), and Cal Works (B14).