Los Angeles College of Music

Pasadena, CA
4-year
Small
Urban

Questions and Answers

Aggie R.
3 months ago
Do many students choose to live on Los Angeles College of Music campus?
Los Angeles College of Music
About 80% of students choose to live in our off-campus student housing called, The Cadence. The property consists of 2 bedroom apartments, and students can either choose a single room or shared room accommodation (2-4 students per residence). Basic furnishings, internet, utilities and shuttle service are included as a part of your housing accomodation.
Aggie R.
3 months ago
What hands on learning does Los Angeles College of Music provide to students in the music program?
Los Angeles College of Music
We offer over 50 events per year to connect with the outside music industry. We do also require music industry internships for all Bachelor degree students. We have a 100% placement rate, and offer students a prep course that prepares them for entering internships and the workforce. We have a trusted list of industry contacts who seek qualified students/grads to onboard for their companies.
Aggie R.
3 months ago
How can I learn more about transferring credits to Los Angeles College of Music from another university?
Los Angeles College of Music
Students will be considered for transfer credits when they submit an application. Registrar@lacm.edu can answer specific questions as well.
Laura J.
4 months ago
Where can I find information about Los Angeles College of Music’s financial aid options?
Los Angeles College of Music
Students can learn more at https://www.lacm.edu/financial-aid/ or by emailing finaid@lacm.edu with specific questions.

Academic details

Student Faculty Ratio
5 to 1
School type
Private 4-year institution

Diversity statistics

38% White
17% Hispanic
7% Asian
5% Black
3% Multiracial
1% Native
1% Pacific Islander
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Financial Snapshot

Average Financial Breakdown
$6,036
Average grant for incoming freshmen
$3,200
Average Pell Grant
$6,600
Average Federal Loans

$5,200
Average Institutional Grant
$6,600
Average Total Loans
Published tuition and fees (Out of state)
$25,650 / year
While we do our best to show up-to-date information, due to COVID-19 and other factors out of our control, it is possible that the data we are showing about test requirements, application deadlines, and more, are inaccurate. Please verify with the college itself via their website to ensure you are aware of all requirements and deadlines.