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(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.
The Hughes Middle School Environmental Science class will hold a free e-waste collection and document shredding event at Hughes Middle School, 3846 California Avenue, Long Beach, CA 90807 from 9am to 12:00 for document shredding and to 1pm for e-waste collection.
Long Beach City College is now accepting applications to enroll in Spring Semester. Spring Semester will run February 8 – June 8. Registration and class listings are now available on LBCC’s website. Long Beach City College’s Spring Semester is a great opportunity for students seeking affordable classes and flexible schedules.
Long Beach City College (LBCC) Board of Trustees President Doug Otto released the following statement on innovative ideas to move LBCC forward. “Over the next several months, I will be announcing a series of innovative ideas to move LBCC forward in the 21st Century.
Long Beach City College is now accepting applications to enroll in Winter Session. Winter Session runs from January 4 – February 8. Current and new students will be able to view class listings online starting on November 18, and registration begins November 23.
After taking over the top spot last week in the California community college and Southern California polls, the Long Beach City College Vikings have achieved even greater heights as LBCC was today named the No. 1 team in the nation according to JCGridIron.com.
Long Beach City College Board of Trustees President Doug Otto to seek re-election to the Board. Long Beach City College (LBCC) Board of Trustees President Doug Otto today announced that he will seek re-election to the Board of Trustees in the April 2016 election.
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.