Gift Certificate Order Form

Welcome to our new web-based gift certificate order form. Many parts of this form are continually being developed and made better for your benefit and convenience. If you would like to give feedback about your experience today, please follow the link at the end of your application to take a short survey. Your comments and recommendations are greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

We will never share your personal information with any third parties for market or research purposes. Your information is made confidential, secure and is used only for the purpose of processing your application. Upon submitting the form you realize the information you entered was not accurate, please call (323) 953-4000 ext. 2651 to correct it.

Please read the information below and agree to the terms presented to you to proceed.


    Ordering gift certificates for you or someone else is fast and easy. You will be asked to specify the amount you want to apply to the certificate, as well as the recipient and address of sending. The average time of processing and receiving your gift certificate is 4-7 business days (just like when you sign up for classes). Any amount left over after use will be saved as a credit to the recipient, available for later use. There is no expiration date for these certificates. To request a refund for a certificate, you must email stating the receipt information, as well as the reason for the refund. Be aware Community Services may not be able to approve every refund according to the circumstances presented.


    For our web application, we accept all major credit cards. This includes Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards. All the information you submit here is secure and confidential, used only for the purpose of processing your application.


    Community Services, LACC, or LACCD are not held responsible for anything that may arise from using this online form which include but are not limited to: computer malfunction, identity compromise, improperly submitted information, loss of data, and the like.
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