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research@lavc.edu
(818) 947-2580 Fax

Michelle R. Fowles
Dean, Institutional Research
& Planning
(818) 947-2437
fowlesmr@lavc.edu

Ani Zarpas
Research Analyst
(818)947 2434
zarpasa@lavc.edu

Yosief Yihunie
Assistant Research Analyst
(818) 947 2463
yihuniya@lavc.edu

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LAVC

Los Angeles Valley College Fast Facts

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Established: June 1949

Campus: Located on 105 - acres in the eastern San Fernando Valley

Top Communities of LAVC Students

North Hollywood, Van Nuys,  Panorama City, Burbank, Sherman Oaks, and Los Angeles

94% of students are residents of LA District

Based on student demographic data extracted for Fall 2013.

 

Enrollment

Credit & Non Credit Headcount Trends Fall 2009-2014

 

ENROLLMENT Fall 2014 Fall 2013 Fall 2012 Fall 2011
Credit Headcount 18,230 18,397 18,000 18,571
Non Credit Headcount  1056 985 785 839
Female 56% 57% 57% 58%
Full-Time 18% 18% 18% 24%
First Time Freshman  17% 19% 18% 15%
         
FTES 2013-2014 2012-2013 2011-2012 2010-2011
Credit 12,287 11,859 11,786 12,975
Non Credit 76 79 73 88
Non Credit Enhanced 680 462 435 543
Total FTES 13,042 12,401 12,295 13,606

 

Click here for more on student demographics.

College Facts Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC)

Member of the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC)

A Hispanic Serving Institution

 

 Employees   

Headcount*:                                                                         

Faculty                                                  Non-Faculty

189 Full-Time                                          217 Full-Time

437 Part-Time                                         463 Part-Time

*Source: LACCD Report for Department of Census Survey 2014 - March

 

School Colors

Green and Yellow

 

Mascot

Monarch Lion

 

Athletic Teams

LAVC Athletics:

Baseball                                                 Soccer (Women’s)

Basketball (Men’s & Women’s)                 Softball

Cross Country                                         Swimming & Diving

Football                                                  Water Polo (Men’s & Women’s)

    Academic Programs

The campus offers the following awards*:

60    AA degrees                            58     Certificates

19     AS degrees                            13     Non-Credit Certificates

 7      AT degrees                            10     Skills Certificates

 1      ST degrees

*Program count last updated 3/31/14.

For a complete list of current programs see the list of Degrees& Certificates or the campus catalog.

 

Institutional Standards

  • Success - 64%
  • Retention (within course)- 84%
  • Persistence (Fall to Fall- New Students) -41%
  • Degree Awards - 722
  • Certificate Awards - 260
  • UC & CSU Transfer - 618

Degrees & Certificates Awarded

  • 2012-2013 Associate Awards - 682
    • AA - 523
    • AS - 139
    • AT - 20
    • AS - 1
  • 2012-2013 Certificate Awards - 732
    • C - 730

 

Special Programs

  • ACE (Advanced College Enrollment) – College-level courses for high school students
  • Community Services – Lifelong learning and training classes for the community
  • Continuing Education Noncredit Programs – ESL, learning skills, and licensure classes
  • Cooperative Education – College credit for work experience
  • Extension Program – Professional training programs such as paralegal, legal secretary, human resources, pharmacy technician, clinical medical assistant
  • Job Training – Career training programs
  • Service Learning Program – Extra credit for participating in volunteer activities
  • TAP (Transfer Alliance/Honors Program) – Honors classes for transferring to a university
  • Virtual Valley Online Program – Online and hybrid classes

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