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Long Beach City College will expand its tuition-free education from one semester to one full academic year to all qualified Long Beach Unified School District graduates beginning next spring. The announcement was made by LBCC President Eloy Ortiz Oakley at the Long Beach College Promise community celebration event Sept.
Long Beach’s police chief, a Molina Healthcare executive, an entrepreneur and a community volunteer have been named as Long Beach City College’s 2015 Hall of Fame inductees, LBCC officials recently announced.
A White House report released this week recognizes the Long Beach College Promise as one of the successful local initiatives used to help develop America’s College Promise, which aims to provide more college access and affordability for millions across the nation.
Randy Totorp selected as new athletic director at LBCC. Randy Totorp, a former Long Beach City College head coach who led the men’s volleyball team to three state championships, has been selected as the College’s new athletic director, LBCC President Eloy Ortiz Oakley announced.
(Left to right) Long Beach City Councilmember Dee Andrews, Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees Member Sunny Zia, Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees President Doug Otto, LBCC Vice President of Administrative Service Ann-Marie Gabel, LBCC Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley, Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees Member Dr.
2015 Distinguished Alumni Award honoree Major General Peter Gravett (Ret.) Long Beach City College graduate Major General Peter Gravett (Ret.) has been selected by the Community College League of California as a 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award honoree.
(Left to right) LBCC Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley, past Board of Trustee President Jeff Kellogg and newly elected Trustee President Otto. The Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees elected Doug Otto as its new Board President and Irma Archuleta as Vice President.
Eloy Ortiz Oakley President Long Beach City College Statement from Long Beach City College President Eloy Ortiz Oakley on the newly created UC Transfer Pathways initiative:
President Oakley (center) with two LBCC scholarship recipients at Friday’s reception. LBCC students Dung Vo (left) received $14,000 and Zachariah Hawk (right) received more than $22,000 in scholarships. Long Beach City College awarded $1.5 million in scholarships Friday, May 29, the most of any single year in College history.
Long Beach City College sports information specialist Chris Ruiz (center) receives the Brass Top Award from California Community College Sports Information Association members Jerry Hannula (left) and Eric Mendoza (right).