Enrollment Priorities Appeal Process
The enrollment priority appeal process for LAHC will be available to students only during specified periods during the Fall and Spring terms. The annual calendar for registration appointments (established by District I.T.) will be referenced to establish an appropriate start date and end date for appeals. For fall 2014 registration, students should be permitted to appeal their enrollment priority beginning April 21, 2014 and ending on May 2, 2014.
The only students who may appeal their enrollment priority are students with 100+ units completed in the LACCD and/or students who are on their second semester of progress or academic probation.
All enrollment priority appeals should be submitted at the Admissions Office on the enrollment priorities petition (see the link below).
The only appeals that will be approved are those for students that have extenuating circumstances. Circumstances that constitute grounds for an appeal are defined as:
Verified cases of accidents, illness, or other circumstances beyond the control of the student (e.g. fire, flood, or other extraordinary conditions).
Student designating that he/she applied for reasonable accommodation for a disability, but did not receive reasonable accommodation in a timely manner.
Significant academic improvement, which is defined as achieving no less than a 2.0 semester grade point average in the prior term for which restoration of enrollment priority is being requested.
Students that have approved appeals would be notified by the Registrar (or designee) and their registration date will be changed to reflect their new enrollment priority, prior to the first date of registration for the subsequent term. Student petitions that are denied will be advised of the denial by the Registrar (or designee) and referred to the Assessment/Matriculation Office to complete the matriculation process.
The enrollment priority appeal petition is at this link: