Academic Computing Centers Learning and Academic Resources
The computer labs are academic support resources available to all Long Beach City College students.
Academic Computing Center (LAC)
The LAC Academic Computing Center is located in the upper level of the L Building, L-251. Students wishing to use the computing center must be in possession of a current student ID card or have a current printout of their classes.
Academic Computing Center (PCC)
The PCC Academic Computing Center is located in the upper level of the LL Building, LL-216. Students wishing to use the computing center must be in possession of a current Student ID card or have a current printout of their classes.
Printing is 10 cents per page. (Black and White printing only)
The PCC print center accepts CASH ONLY.
Documents sent from the PCC Academic Computing Center (LL-216) or PCC Library computer can be printed at either center's print station.
A scanner is available for student use. The scanner has Print and Copy capabilities.
No Macs are available at this time.
A variety of Microsoft and Adobe software is available.
Printing is 10 cents per Black and White page and 25 cents per color page.
The LAC print center accepts Cash and Debit/Credit Cards.
Documents sent from the LAC Academic Computing Center (L-251) or LAC Library computer can be printed at either center's print station.
Mac section available for student use. (Macs do not print)
A scanner is available for student use. (Mac only)
A variety of Microsoft and Adobe software is available as well as video/audio/media software (Mac only).
Long Beach City College's computers are for academic purposes only. Users are reminded that all computer use, including the Internet, is monitored by the District.
Because the lab is for academic purposes, students must be respectful of the learning that takes place in that area.
There is a 2-hour limit on the use of the computers.
Noise in the lab must be kept to a minimum; if you are listening to music, you must wear headphones. You may use your own headphones or check them out at the desk.
Food and drinks of ANY kind are not allowed in the lab or around any computer workstations.
All work left on the computer will be deleted.
Students will be held responsible for any damage to the equipment or facility due to misuse or accident.
The staff reserves the right to view assignments and may do so periodically to monitor activities in the lab.
We have taken precautions against computer viruses, but we cannot guarantee that drives used in the lab will be free from viruses and we take no responsibility for damage due to virus infection.
The computer lab is not responsible for the loss of data that may occur.
Students who are abusive to the staff or equipment, or who act in violation of the policies or the posted LBCC Acceptable Use Policy, will be asked to leave.
It is expected that you are familiar with the software you are using. If not, please ask the lab tech for an orientation. If you need further help, please raise your hand and the lab tech will come by to help you.