LBCC Still Accepting Spring Semester Enrollment

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There is still time to enroll in classes during Long Beach City College’s Spring Semester. LBCC is offering a wide range of courses that has something for every type of student. Whether you are a recent high school graduate, a current student preparing to graduate or transfer to a four-year institution or are looking for career training or to learn a new skill, LBCC offers courses to help achieve your academic and career goals.

There are a wide-variety of academic and career classes available to students. Some high demand career fields – like Architecture & Drafting and Metal Fabrication & Sheet Metal have many openings for students.

Students seeking to attend Long Beach City College (LBCC) during its Spring Semester beginning on Monday, February 3, are encouraged to visit the college website at to find open classes.

Students can register for open classes beginning on Monday, January 27. New students must apply for admission to LBCC prior to enrollment and should submit their application immediately so they can register for classes.

“Students can register online from the comfort of their home or from their mobile or tablet device or visit the Admission Office at either campus beginning Monday, January 27 until classes begin,” said Dr. Gregory Peterson, Vice President of Student Support Services. “If you want to advance your career or eager to complete a degree or certificate, enroll this Spring to help you reach your goals faster.”

A complete list of Spring classes is available online at Classes are offered at both of LBCC’s campuses and online. The semester is 16-weeks and ends on June 4. Most classes are 16 weeks but classes are also offered in 8-week and 12-week formats.

About Long Beach City College
Long Beach City College is one of the largest single college districts in the California Community College System. LBCC is a comprehensive college which provides quality educational programs and related student services to nearly 30,000 students pursuing a wide range of degrees, certificates, transfer and other courses of study. LBCC is a driving force in the regional economy as lead host of the Los Angeles Regional Small Business Development Center Network, serving Los Angeles, Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties; and, as the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Initiative site serving Southern California. In 2013, LBCC supported small businesses in creating 2,355 new jobs, increasing client sales by more than $198 million and helping clients access more than $100 million in new capital. LBCC’s economic activity generates over $2.12 million daily in the region’s economy. The College is also in the middle of a $700 million construction bond program that was approved by local voters.

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