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Accessibility Compliance

The Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) is committed to making sure that everyone has the opportunity to access the college’s knowledge, ideas, and resources through the accessibility of websites, web applications, support services, programs and activities.

We encourage you to explore the information below and reach out to us if you have any questions.

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Search engine displaying accessible as search
Wheelchair in aisle of building
Books with Open Access sign


If you did not find what you were looking for, have questions, or need further assistance, please contact the appropriate ADA Coordinator.


Campus Access

Before visiting one of our campuses, we recommend acquainting yourself with the campus layout. You can review the campus map to locate accessible entrances, disabled parking areas, and available elevators.  If you need further assistance during regular building hours, please contact the Facility Director or the ADA Coordinator listed on the ADA Compliance website for that campus.

Location Location Map ADA Compliance Website
East Los Angeles College ELAC Map ELAC ADA Compliance
Los Angeles City College LACC Map LACC ADA Compliance
Los Angeles Harbor College LAHC Map LAHC ADA Compliance
Los Angeles Mission College LAMC Map LAMC ADA Compliance
Los Angeles Pierce College LAPC Map LAPC ADA Compliance
Los Angeles Southwest College LASC Map LASC ADA Compliance
Los Angeles Trade Technical College LATTC Map LATTC ADA Compliance
Los Angeles Valley College LAVC Map LAVC ADA Compliance
West Los Angeles College WLAC Map WLAC ADA Compliance


ASL Services

Public and Employee ASL Requests

Employees and members of the community seeking ASL services during a campus event should make the request through our ADA Coordinators. Requests should be made in a timely manner, no less than three days prior to the event to ensure LACCD can secure the assistance needed for the event.

Student ASL Requests

Students seeking ASL services for classroom or program activities need to contact their campus Disability Student Program and Services (DSPS) Office.

Event Planners

When planning an event, think about the following early in the process: 

  • Consider accessibility early in your planning.
  • Follow IT procedures for accessibility.
  • Contact ADA Coordinator when necessary.