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Student Educational Plan (SEP) Request

Counseling Department
Contact & Hours

Student Services Annex (SSA)

Monday-Thursday:
8am-7pm
Friday:
8am-1pm

Phone # (818) 938-8418

All new, continuing and returning students who need a Student Educational Plan (SEP) may request one by clicking on the CAP icon below based on their major. The majors are grouped under Career-Academic Pathways (CAPs).  Within each CAP, students can explore a set of Program Maps that show a semester by semester path from program entry to completion. 

Please Note:  DO NOT COMPLETE THE SEP REQUEST FORM:

Click on the CAP icon below to submit your SEP request.  Please allow at least two weeks for a counselor to complete your SEP.  

ARTS, MEDIA AND DESIGN HEALTH AND PUBLIC SERVICES HUMANITIES AND COMMUNICATION MANUFACTURING, ELECTRONICS AND CONSTRUCTION STEM SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

To access your SEP, go to your Student Portal, click on “Manage Classes” tile, scroll down and click on “Student Educational Plan” then click on Current Counselor SEP on File.  

Your Student Educational Plan may include courses required for your major (some of these courses may require additional prerequisites), general education and elective courses. 

  • Prerequisites are courses or skills you need to satisfy before enrolling in a particular course. For example, completion of English 101 with a C or higher grade is a prerequisite for English 102.
  • Major requirements are a series of courses in a specific field of study or subject area.
    • Major course requirements for Associates Degrees can be found in the Program Mapper or in the LAVC Catalog.  
    • Major preparation for students planning to transfer to a California State University (CSU) or University of California (UC) can be found on www.assist.org.
    • Courses required to transfer to a private and/or out-of-State university may vary for each college/university.  Consult with a counselor and/or the intended transfer institution.
  • General education is a pattern of courses from various disciplines which are required for graduation from a college or university.
  • Elective courses are used to meet unit requirements for a degree or transfer and can be selected from any subject area based on the student's interest. Elective courses used for transferrable unit requirements must be designated as (CSU) or (UC:CSU) transferrable.

If you still need assistance understanding your Student Educational Plan, contact the Counseling Online Help Desk.