Adding Online Courses

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You may delay, but time will not."

- Benjamin Franklin, Inventor


Once you have received permission from an online instructor, check to see if they CC'd (copied) us first before forwarding their email to the Distance Learning Center.

Once we have processed your enrollment, we will send you an email confirmation. NOTE: Check your Bulk/Junk/Spam folders, in case our email gets routed there instead of your Inbox.
  • Be sure to include your full name, student ID number, phone number, and email address. Also, please put the course name and section in the subject line.
  • Add requests are processed Monday through Friday. You can view your active schedule using the District's Student Information System to confirm that the course has been added.
  • If the course does not appear on your active schedule or in your Etudes account within 2 business days after the first day of class, please forward the instructor's permission to as we may not have received a copy.
  • If we have any difficulty processing your add request, we will contact you.

News and Events

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All Things Digital / The DDS and the Online Learning Program have teamed up to launch a new blog, West LA Digital. Check us out and learn about all things digital from West LA College. Don’t forget to follow us. Click on the image above to visit our blog.

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WESTWeek / The latest news and event information from West LA College!
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WLAC Online Degree for International Students / Students abroad can now earn a U.S. degree online. Applications are now being accepted.
Visit the WLAC international student website by clicking the image above

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Student Complaint Process for Online or Hybrid Classes / Distance Education Student Complaints, Procedures, Policies and Resolution

West Los Angeles College (West) is committed to the integrity of online education. In compliance with the Federal Department of Education regulations, West provides prospective and enrolled students with contact information for filing complaints with its accrediting agency and with the appropriate state agency for handling complaints in the state the student resides.
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