Meetings: Every first wednesday of the month
Location: Student Services Center 110
What is Matriculation?
The Los Angeles Valley College matriculation process is designed
to assist students in successfully completing their academic goals.
Matriculation’s primary goal is to improve student success and to increase the
effectiveness of college programs and services. The matriculation components are:
- Coordination and Training
- Research and Evaluation
- Pre-requisites and Co-requisites
All components are required to use board adopted multiple exemption criteria,
inform students of district procedures and provide modified services for ethnic and
language minority students and disabled students.
What is the function of the Valley Matriculation Advisory Committee (VMAC)?
It is the purpose of the Valley Matriculation Advisory Committee (VMAC) to review and recommend matriculation policies, procedures and activities to enhance the campus-wide understanding of the philosophy and process of matriculation and to increase student success for all students.
For more information about Matriculation please visit the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.