Long Beach State of the College
Major gifts, new construction projects, and a record number of transfer degree awards were among the highlights of Long Beach City College’s annual “State of the College” address Friday, Feb. 3. Nearly 400 community members, elected officials, and faculty and staff attended the event, featuring a keynote address by Acting Superintendent President Ann-Marie Gabel.
(left to right): LBCC faculty member Trisha Chambers, Markel Cooper, Martel Cooper, President Oakley and LaVerne Duncan, executive director of Andy Street Community Association.
Nearly 450 community members, elected officials, Long Beach City College faculty and staff attended the annual “State of the College” address Friday, Feb.
Eloy O. Oakley, President, Long Beach City College
Long Beach City College (LBCC) President Eloy Ortiz Oakley, announced advancements and new developments in light of the improving budget picture at the seventh Annual State of the College Friday