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Aug 19
Convocation This Thursday, August 22 and Professional Development Workshops on Friday, August 23

​Greetings Trade-Tech Faculty,

Convocation is this Thursday, August 22.  Breakfast will begin at 7:00 am, and presentations will begin at 7:45.  Please see the attached agenda. 

When you arrive, please check in at the Registration Tables, located outside room TE101.  Dues for Academic Senate membership remain at $30 for full-time faculty and $15 for adjunct faculty.  Cash, check or Venmo will be accepted.

Breakfast will be set up in room TE101, with tables located outside.  Please take a seat under the South Tent by 7:45. 

On Friday, August 23 there will be several professional development workshops offered for flex credit.  Descriptions of the workshops and a link to RSVP are located below.

Thank you for your dedication to our students and for all your hard work.  We are looking forward to a successful and informative Convocation to kick off the new academic year!  



Your Academic Senate Team

Artemio Navarro, President

Tim Slade, 1st VP

Eboni McDuffie, 2nd VP

Angela Gee, Treasurer

Maria Siccardi, Secretary


Descriptions of Friday's workshops and a link to RSVP:



2019 Faculty Convocation_Schedule at a Glance_8-12-update.pdf

Full LATTC College Catalog 2018-2020 - Fall19Update.pdf


Jun 24
Academic Senate Response to Athletics

Dear President Larry Frank,


During the last Academic Senate meeting of Spring 2019, a  subcommittee was formed with the charge of providing you a recommendation on the future of LATTC athletics program. We convened our first meeting on Friday, June 14th, 2019 and we formulated a list of clarifying questions for you to respond so that we can make a more informed decision. Thank you again for these responses. A second and final meeting was convened on Friday, June 21st, 2019 where the majority voted on the following recommendation (6 votes for Option #2 and 2 votes for Option #4):


Recommendations (Option #2):

  • Reduce and Strengthen the number of sports to Men's and Women's Basketball and ensure compliance
  • Assist current coaching staff with other coaching opportunities within the district
  • Work with Academic Senate Subcommittee by providing information on the progress of the Athletics Program
  • Develop intramural/club sporting opportunities for students
  • Coaches, Counselors, and Eligibility Specialists should have NCAA training
  • Develop an Athletics Master Plan and ensure it is consistent with LATTC's mission and strategic priorities


Artemio Navarro

Committee Chair


Jun 24
President's Letter to Commissioner



June 21, 2019

Mr. Rich Kollen
South Coast Conference Commissioner
California Community College Athletic Association

RE: IPS Report and Self-Reporting

Dear Commissioner Kollen:

I just received the final recommendation from our Academic Senate Task Force regarding  athletics at LATTC, and the group has recommended pursuing Option #2 as our plan to move forward as a college with our athletics program. Option #2 will reduce our athletics to men's and women's basketball, and with that recommendation, I am officially deciding to suspend all other sports on our campus at this time. Just so you know, this same position in favor of reducing the number of teams and strengthening the systems and supports of our athletics program, has previously been recommended by our Educational Policies Committee (unanimous, with one abstention), our Planning and Budget Committee (unanimous with one abstention) and our College Council.

In addition, we will have a high school-sized soccer field come the Fall of 2020. That is the sport that the largest percentage of our students have requested in our annual survey each year for the past several years.  We understand that conference play can take place on a high school-sized soccer field, but that any CCCAA playoff game would need to be played somewhere else. We are looking at the first steps to bring that sport to our campus.

I understand that you have a copy of the Athletics Program Evaluation, Prepared For LA Trade-Technical College by Innovative Performance Solutions, INC. It was sent to you by Dean of Athletics, Ann Hamilton, and reviewed a while back. The principals in that firm are Timi Brown, EdD and Nicola Perry, EdS. Feel free to reach out if you need another copy.

I want to re-confirm that there is no additional self-disclosure or self-reporting required in the near future, and whatever self-reporting is required, will take place this summer. You have also communicated with Dean Anne Hamilton, acting VP Marcy Drummond and myself, and separately with Yvette Wickman, our athletics staff and counselor, about the student educational plans and indicated that you are satisfied that we have all copies of those plans.

Laurence B. Frank
President, Los Angeles Trade-Technical College

Jun 24
Summary - Athletic Program Review and Program Options
Mar 28
How To Access Your New Email
Sep 06

KMEX34 reporter Antonio Valverde was on campus yesterday to cover Trade Tech’s boost in the number of students on this campus, taking advantage of the LA College Promise. If you recall, Mayor Garcetti and the LACCD joined in this partnership to allow LAUSD graduates free tuition for one year (and now two years) at any of the nine LACCD colleges. Trade Tech has been among the campuses truly embracing the program and is now seeing hundreds of students involved. KMEX came here to cover that success. A big thank you to our LACP team and to Sylvia Ibarra for agreeing to represent us on camera. Click on the link below.

Aug 28
Cafeteria Open and The Garden Room Buffet Themes for 2018

Garden Room Buffet Themes - Fall 2018 - Spring 2019.pdf


Dear LATTC Family:


The Culinary Arts Pathway will open the Cafeteria on Tuesday September 4th.  We will be open for breakfast and lunch.


Come and see – new menu items available. 


Hours of operation:

Breakfast: 7:30 am to 10:00 am 

Lunch: 11:00 am to 5:00 pm



The Culinary Arts Pathway would like to present to you The Garden Room Buffet Themes for the new school year 2018-2019.

The Garden Room Buffet is available on Wednesday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.


The Culinary Arts Pathway would like to welcome back everyone to a new school year.

Attached you will find the Culinary Arts Pathway Catering Menu and Guide.

Thank you all for your continued support. 

We look forward to catering your next event.




Reservations are recommended.


For Parties of 10 or more please contact:

Stacy Dee Damaso

Department Chair

Culinary Arts Pathway





Carlos Guerrero

Student Services Assistant

Culinary Arts Pathway


Aug 21
Faculty Convocation 2018

Faculty Convocation this Thursday

One of the major kick-off events of the upcoming semester is Faculty Convocation this Thursday, August 23rd, starting at 7:00am for breakfast in the South Tent. We welcome back our faculty members as they prepare for the Fall 2018 semester. Faculty who have not been on campus during the summer have not seen how construction has changed our campus. Many will be interested in hearing about what has been happening on campus during the summer. Of course, the new state funding formula will be a subject of conversation, as will AB705. That and more will be on the agenda for convocation.


The faculty will also spend some time in their departments discussing faculty committee assignments and this semester’s approach amongst their colleagues. We want all faculty members to attend and participate in this convocation. This promises to be a good year for LATTC, and we want all of our faculty, full-timers and adjuncts alike, to be part of the great things happening.

Jun 13
Cafeteria - Breakfast is now open for the summer

Breakfast is now open for the summer!!

LATTC Cafeteria

Regular Menu with Daily Specials.

Juice and Smoothie Station.

7:30 AM to 10 AM

cafeteria breakfast 

May 30
Important Dates Fall 2018

Fall 2018 Final Exam Schedule.pdf


**UPDATED: June 8th

Important Fall 2018 Semester Dates
  • August 27 – December 16, 2018
  • Classes begin: Monday, August 27, 2018
    • Saturday Classes begin: Sat, Sept 1, 2018
  • Classes end: Sat , December 15, 2018
  • Finals: Monday Dec 10 – Dec 16
Registration & First Day To/For
  • PRIORITY Registration Begins: April 30, 2018
  • GROUP 5 K-12: May 28, 2018
  • First day to file for Associates Degree/Certificate of Achievements: Aug 1, 2018
Last Day To/For
  • Add online before semester starts: Sunday, Aug 26
  • Add semester length courses w/add code: Sept 9, 2018
  • Drop without a “W” grade in: Sept 9, 2018
  • Drop with a refund or w/o paying: Sept 9, 2018
  • File a Pass/No Pass: Oct 5, 2018
  • Submit application for graduation: Nov 15, 2018
  • Drop with a “W” grade: Nov 18, 2018

**For short-term classes please check with Admissions & Records for deadline dates

Holidays – Campus Closed or Non-Instructional
  • Labor Day: Monday, Sept 3, 2018 (campus closed)
  • Veterans Day: Monday, Nov 12, 2018 (campus closed)
  • Thanksgiving: Thursday-Friday Nov 22-23 (campus closed)
  • Winter Break: Dec 17 – 23, 26, 27, 29, 30, and 31 (non-instructional)
  • Winter Holidays: Dec 24, 25, and 28 (campus

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