Steps To Enroll @ Laney

Steps To Enroll @ Laney

Welcome to Laney College! We are thrilled you have chosen to begin your education with us and understand that as a new student, you may have many questions. Rest assured that the Laney College campus community is committed to helping you each step of the way.

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Steps to Enroll @ Laney

    1. Apply For Admission Online
      • Click bit.ly/LaneyEnroll and choose “Laney College”
      • Then, check your email for the 8-digit student ID number
      • Apply for Financial Aid at fafsa.ed.gov or in person at the Welcome Center

Laney’s school code is 001266


      1. Complete Online Orientation
      • Go to bit.ly/LaneyOrientation
      • Print or save the Certificate of Completion and submit it to The Assessment Center before taking the assessment test


      1. Bring Your Transcript

If you are a high school student, college graduate, or have completed college-level math and/or English within the last ten years, bring an unofficial transcript to the Counseling Department. Counselors will use this information to help you choose your classes.


      1. Complete Assessment Test

If you don’t have an unofficial transcript or have not completed math and/or English within the last ten years, schedule an assessment test. This will help by identifying an accurate placement of your English, math, or ESL skills; and help you register in the best classes for you.

Schedule an Appointment:


      1. See a Counselor

Complete your Educational Plan in the Counseling Department. Appointments can be scheduled by calling (510) 464-3152, or go online at bit.ly/LaneyCounseling. You can also drop-in during office hours.


      1. Enroll in Classes

To enroll go to, Bit.ly/LaneyClasses or visit the Welcome Center.

Check out our schedule of classes at: laney.edu/2017-fall-semester-classes/


      1. Pay Your Fees

Go to passport2.peralta.edu or visit the Cashier’s Office


      1. Student Identification Card

Bring a valid picture ID and your current class schedule as proof of enrollment to the Welcome Center to get your student ID card.


      1. Buy Your Books


Key Office Locations

The Welcome Center, Bldg. A, Room 101

Financial Aid Office, Bldg. A, Room 201

Assessment Center, Bldg. A, 101

Counseling Department, 3rd Floor, Tower Bldg.

Cashier’s Office, Bldg. A, Room 201A

Bookstore, 1st Floor, Student Center



“Non US citizens may be eligible for some state financial aid through the California Dream Act. Visit www.caldreamact.org. For additional assistance and information, visit the Financial Aid Department in A 201, (510) 464-3414.”