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Los Angeles Harbor College

Los Angeles Harbor College (LAHC) is one of two community colleges serving the South Bay region of Los Angeles. LAHC serves mainly students from Harbor City, Carson, San Pedro, Gardena, Lomita, Wilmington and the Palos Verdes Peninsula.

Los Angeles Harbor College
LA Harbor College Logo.gif
1111 Figueroa Place
Wilmington, CA 90744
United States
Coordinates 33°47′02″N 118°17′02″W / 33.784°N 118.284°W / 33.784; -118.284Coordinates: 33°47′02″N 118°17′02″W / 33.784°N 118.284°W / 33.784; -118.284
Type Public Community College
Motto Where Students Learn
Established 1949
President Dr. Otto W. K. Lee
Dean Dr. Stephanie Atkinson-Alston;Dr. Kristi Blackburn, Bobbi Villalobos, Mercy Yanez
Number of students 10,083
Campus Large City
Color(s)           Blue and Yellow
Mascot Sammy the Seahawk

LAHC accommodates over 8,900 students per semester, and is located between Wilmington and Harbor City, the heart of the Los Angeles harbor region.

As of 2010, 37% of LAHC's population were part-time students, with 65% describing themselves as full-time. The school population is about 40% male and 60% female.



Like most community colleges in the state of California, LAHC offers programs for students to eventually transfer to a four-year university as well as occupational training programs in business and office administration, electronics technology, computer technology, and nursing. The college also offers a program for international students.

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