- What are the entrance requirements?
- How do I apply for admission to Las Positas College?
- How much does it cost to apply for admission?
- How old do I have to be to attend Las Positas College?
- Do I have to apply for admission each semester?
- It has been more than a year since I took classes at Las Positas College. Do I need to reapply?
- What happens after I submit my application?
- What is my Student ID Number? What is my PIN?
- How can I get a class schedule?
- How can I get a college catalog?
- How can I browse a class schedule online?
- How do I register for classes at Las Positas College?
- Where can I find course descriptions online?
- Is there a website for the Bookstore?
- How much does it cost to attend Las Positas College?
- What are your residency requirements?
- What are the admission requirements for International students?
- Where do I get information about transferring to a four-year university?
- Where can I find out about financial aid or scholarships?
- How do I request transcripts?
- How can I get my grades?
- How do I find out about Distance Education/Online/Blackboard courses?
- Can I get help for choosing a major?
- What do I need to do to obtain my A.A./A.S. degree?
- What do I need to do to obtain my Certificate?
- How do I set up an appointment with a counselor?
- Where can I obtain assistance with studying, learning and physical disabilities?
- Is special assistance available to someone who is
Any person who is a high school graduate or equivalent thereof, or who is eighteen years of age or older and who can profit from the instruction, is eligible to apply for admission to Las Positas College.
We encourage students to use our online admission application system via CCCApply; however if you do not have internet access, you may pick up a paper application in Bldg 1600.
Las Positas College does not charge an application fee.
You are eligible to attend Las Positas College if you are a high school graduate or equivalent, or eighteen years of age or older.
No. Students who are enrolled for the current term are considered continuing students and even have priority registration privileges for the following registration period.
Yes. If it has been more than one year since you last attended Las Positas College or Chabot College, you are considered a returning student. You must complete an Application for Admission via the CCCApply website before you can take another class.
After applying for admission via CCCApply, allow 24 hours for processing your application before attempting to register. If you apply in person or by mail, then allow 3-5 business days for processing before attempting to register. Once your application has been processed, you can register online using CLASS-Web, with your Student ID Number and PIN.
Your Student ID and PIN numbers are used to access services on campus and are also used to log in to the online registration system, CLASS-Web. Please refer to the Student ID Numbers web page for detailed information about your student ID number.
- Class Schedules are available for viewing each semester on our website.
- You can purchase a schedule at the Bookstore in Building 1300 on campus.
- You can also purchase a schedule through the Bookstore's website. In the bookstore site, simply click on the textbooks link, follow the arrow for Las Positas College, and select FEES from the drop down menu. The class schedule will be abbreviated as SCHE.
- You can download the College Catalog as a PDF file from our website.
- You can purchase a catalog at the LPC Bookstore in Building 1300 on campus.
- You can also purchase a catalog through the Bookstore's website. Simply click on the Textbooks link, follow the arrow for Las Positas College, and select FEES from the drop down menu. The catalog will be abbreviated as CATA.
From the homepage on our website, click the 'Schedule of Classes' link under Quicklinks.
After applying for admission via CCCApply, you can register for classes using CLASS-Web on or after your assigned registration date. Be sure to pay fees online, by mail, or in-person within 10 days after registration.
Course descriptions are found in our Academic Programs & Resources section. Simply follow the link from the top of the page, then click on Course Outlines, and search by department for the course number.
Yes. You can visit the online bookstore to get the right textbooks, right now. Order your class schedules, catalogs, and textbooks online today. It's the easiest way to ensure you get what you need. Check out the LPC Bookstore website.
Fees and tuition are determined primarily by residency. Please visit the Student Fees and Tuition page for information about cost of attendance.
In determining tuition and enrollment fees, students fall under two categories: Residents and Non-Residents. Please visit the Entrance Requirements web page for detailed information about residency.
Las Positas College is authorized under Federal Law to enroll non-immigrant alien students. International students with an F-1 visa can review information on admission and eligibility requirements at the International Students website.
You can get information about transferring to a four-year university from our Transfer Center web site.
Please visit our Financial Aid website for information about financial aid or scholarships.
Please visit the Transcripts web page for detailed information about ordering official transcripts.
Grades are no longer mailed out via standard mail. Students may see their grades when they are available by logging into their college account on CLASS-Web.
Please visit the Distance Education website for information about our online courses. Should you need technical assistance or a question answered about Distance Education, contact LPC Distance Education Support at LPCdistEd@laspositascollege.edu or 925.424.1142.
Yes, counselors assist students with selection of courses in which they can succeed and which lead them toward their goals. Courses considered are based upon the student's assessed skills, their selected career and/or the institution to which they plan to transfer. Visit our Counseling website for more information.
You can view the details of graduation requirements for an A.A./A.S. degree online. We also suggest you review the outline of degree requirements in our catalog.
We suggest you review the outline of certificate requirements in our catalog.
Call 925.424.1400 or Email Counseling or come into the Counseling Office in Building 1600.
Las Positas College is committed to excellence and accessibility for all students. The Disability Resource Center offers academic and personal support for students with physical, communication, learning and psychological disabilities. Our goal is to encourage students to become independent and assertive participants in their own educational process. Accessibility in classes, facilities and in all services is our ultimate objective.
For more information, visit the Disability Resource Center website.
The Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) assist low income and educationally disadvantaged students achieve their educational and career goals. EOPS is a support program available for the full-time student who can benefit from a variety of extra services that promote academic success and personal growth.