Los Angeles Harbor College is a public, 2-year institution established in Wilmington, California. LAHC academics feature the Harbor Advantage program, which is divided into two years (the Harbor Promise year and the Harbor Success year) and provides students with counseling and workshops depending on their academic progress. Eligible students can also enroll in the Los Angeles College Promise program in order to attend college tuition-free for one year.
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harbor college is full of opportunity for all students. there are so many resources available to help you. the staff at lahc is definitely there to see you succeed!
Scheherazade from San Pedro, CA
it is a great school with lots of opportunity here. it is filled with great teachers that can really help a student in many aspects of their life. harbor college is a great school for all those that are pursuing further education.
Jake from San Pedro, CA
Harbor College is a very liberal and diverse school. I find the professors to be very laid-back and very happy. Even with the budget cuts, the professors maintain optimism and keep the students motivated.
Stacy from San Pedro, CA
it is a very diverse capus, i really like it. i haven't had one boring teacher, great teachers here. very easy to find parking.