CalWORKS (California Work Opportunity and Responsibility to Kids) – assists students receiving aid from the Department of Social Services to achieve educational goals and long term economic self-sufficiency.
Campus Police Department – ensures campus safety with a trained 24/7 police force, campus safety escorts, and emergency preparedness resources and activities.
Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE) - provides resources and support necessary for CalWORKs/TANF recipients to improve their educational opportunities through enrollment and completion of a degree or job training program.
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) – provides support services and instruction to students with disabilities.
Extended Opportunity Program and Services (EOPS) - provide over and above programs and services to economically and educationally disadvantaged students.
Falcon Basic Needs - provides advocacy and resources for students experiencing food and/or housing insecurity. Website contains LA Food Bank distribution dates, and resource guides related to food and housing insecurity.
Financial Aid Office - provide students a better understanding of financial aid programs and services available. The office is responsible for the review and dissemination of financial resources to assist students in meeting their educational expenses and achieving their educational goals. They also provide financial aid application assistance and workshops.
Leaders Involved in Creating Change (LINC) – provides support and services to foster youth including counseling, workshops, financial assistance, and tutoring.
LGBTQ+ Resources (Safe Zone) – information related to LGBTQ+ student experiences and challenges, and the Safe Zone Ally training program available to employees and students.
Office of International Student Services – provides assistance to international students with F-1 status, including admission, academic counseling, advising, cross-cultural adjustment, and compliance requirements.
Office of Student Conduct & Grievances – supports implementation of District policy related to the Student Code of Conduct, student discipline, and the student grievance process.
Re-Entry Resource Program - assist and supports adult students returning to school after a gap in their education.
Student Health Services - provide students the opportunity to have low-cost professional medical services which assist in achieving and maintaining optimum physical, mental, and emotional health.
Title IX (Human Resources) – provides advocacy and resources related to issues of sex discrimination and harassment, including sexual violence and pregnancy rights. Web resources include a faculty & staff tool kit.
UndocuAlly Taskforce – provides guidance and resources for undocumented students including financial aid assistance, counseling, career information, legal services, training to campus employees, students, and educators in the community.