Do you want to get a glimpse of college life? Yes!! LACC is for you.

Selections: Will be announced soon. 
More Details: You can reach out to Sandeep Singh Sandha (LACC-20 coordinator)

Modules are taught by instructors (Faculty & Ph.D. Students from UCLA) who are experts in their areas.  Previous content and material are available hereWe do not charge any fees from program participants, but we are also unable to provide financial assistance for travel, lodging, and other personal costs that you may incur for participation in LACC.

The 2020 LACC program will be four weeks long, consisting of eight modules. Tentatively, the program will take place from 6 July  2020 to 31 July 2029. Activities are on four days (Monday - Thursday). The class timings are from 9 AM to 5 PM. 

The timetable for LACC-2020 will be made available soon.

Teaching Assistants
The details will be added.

Location of Classes
The program will take place on the UCLA campus in the Engineering IV building. The room number is 44-110. 

First Day Reporting
On the first day arrive at 8:40 AM. The TA's will meet you all at the sculpture of the Bruin Bear. Then, you all will walk to the classes with the TA's. From the next day, you all will arrive directly at the classes at 8:55 AM.

What to bring?
We advise you to bring a laptop if you have. The program will be taught using presentations. You may bring accessories to make notes. 

Other than the first day, arrive directly at your class (Room 44-110, Engineering 4.)  at least 5 minutes before i.e by 8:55 AM. 

The students will be given a 1-hour lunch break from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM.  There are many eating places on UCLA Campus. Some of the very close-by places are in the South campus student center and Ackerman Union. The students will have to pay for their lunch. The prices in all UCLA restaurants are very reasonable. The lunch can cost an average of $6 - $10, depending on the restaurant.

Any Questions? 
Reach out to the coordinator for any clarification and questions. Mention LACC-2020 in the subject line for a quick response.

General Program Info

Given the nature of the LACC program requiring laboratory and graduate student resources, we are able to accept only a limited number of participants. To be considered for participation in LACC, you should be in 10th, 11th, or 12th grades (or will be entering these grades the next Fall), have a GPA of at least 3.0, and have an excellent record in science and mathematics. LACC challenges students beyond what most high schools offer and is not a remedial program. Applicants should have a strong interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), particularly computing, in order to benefit from LACC. Some prior experience in programming and/or electronics is beneficial but is not required.

The program is open to all eligible students. We especially encourage participation by students from LAUSD schools, female students, and ethnicities that are under-represented in STEM.

We do not charge any fees from program participants, but we are also unable to provide financial assistance for travel, lodging, and other personal costs that you may incur for participation in LACC. 

Beyond the courses such as AP CS found in a typical high school curriculum and exposes students to advanced topics in computing, and showing how algorithms and programming come together to create real-world systems and applications. LACC participants go from learning programming fundamentals all the way to developing advanced apps. The program is organized as a set of modules, each with a lecture and hands-on software laboratory.