Opened in 1975, Lake Tahoe Community College is a two-year, public institution offering associate degrees, certificates, career education and continuing education program. LTCC is focused on providing outstanding educational opportunities for every student in a personal learning environment.

South Lake Tahoe, California is a small community of nearly 30,000 located on the south shore of Lake Tahoe. The beautiful 164-acre, wooded campus less than 2 miles from the lake shore. At 6,229 feet above sea level, LTCC is the highest altitude college in California. The campus is near bike trails, ski resorts, Desolation Wilderness, and Emerald Bay State Park with miles of hiking trails, environmental education, and recreation.

Come work and live in Tahoe! Lake Tahoe Community College is situated in the heart of South Lake Tahoe, with an abundance of year-round outdoor activities available just outside your doorstep.

Resources for Faculty/Staff

Full listing of LTCC departments, administrators, full-time faculty.
Planning, Advancement & Institutional Effectiveness

A guide to integrated planning and resource allocation at Lake Tahoe Community College
LTCC Governance

This site is the gateway to all information relating to governance at LTCC. Refer to this site frequently to find out about the activities of the college's governing councils, policies under review, and opportunities to participate.


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Meet Our Faculty

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Human Resources

Welcome to the Human Resources page of the Lake Tahoe Community College website. The Human Resources Department is here to serve you, whether you are a current employee, an applicant or someone who just wants to know a little more about working at Lake Tahoe Community College.