Wilshire Blvd., Suite #610
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Walnut Ave., Suite #220
Tustin, CA 92780
938-4428 or (323) 938-4-IAU
9:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
holidays and vacations observed by the university
are as follows: New Year's Day (Jan 1), Memorial
Day (last Monday of May), Independence Day (July
4), Labor Day (first Monday in September),
Thanksgiving (Thursday–Friday); and Christmas
Day (Dec 25).
Main Campus (A)
The main campus is located in central Los Angeles,
not far from downtown and west L.A. This campus
is conveniently accessible from the 10 and 101
Satellite Campus (B)
The Irvine branch campus is approximately 48
miles south of the Los Angeles main campus.
This campus is conveniently accessible from
the 5 and 55 freeways.
main campus is located in the heart of Los Angeles,
adjacent to Hancock Park, a historic and affluent
urban neighborhood in Los Angeles. One can see
the famous “Hollywood” sign and
Griffith Observatory in the near distance from
the office windows.
Angeles is a world center of business, international
trade, entertainment, culture, media, fashion,
science, technology, and education. It is home
to renowned institutions covering a broad range
of professional and cultural fields, and is
one of the most substantial economic engines
within the U.S. As the home base of Hollywood,
it is known as the "Entertainment Capital
of the World", leading the world in the
creation of motion pictures, television production,
video games, and recorded music.
satellite campus in Orange County, CA, is approximately
48 miles south of the Los Angeles main campus.
Orange County is the second most populous county
in California, behind Los Angeles County.
County is home to entertainment and shopping
attractions such as the Irvine Spectrum, South
Coast Plaza, Disneyland, and The District at
Tustin Legacy. The John Wayne Airport is conveniently
less than 7 miles away.
Irvine, because of its good schools, jobs and
housing, was chosen in 2008 by CNNMoney.com
as the fourth best place to live in the U.S.
In June 2009, the FBI reported that Irvine had
the lowest violent crime rate among cities in
the United States with populations of more than
100,000, while in August 2008 the Census Bureau
ranked Irvine as having the seventh highest
median income among cities in the U.S. with
populations of more than 65,000.
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