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Mission and Vision Statements


2020 Vision

Long Beach City College prepares students to be successful in the world of the 21 st century.

Sitting at a global crossroads, the college constantly crafts its educational programs to meet the needs of students living in:

  • A world of increased complexity and speed
  • A world both global and remarkably accessible
  • A world technologically advanced but intensely interdependent.

A culturally diverse college, Long Beach City College welcomes all people who desire to grow and serve.

The college nurtures a vibrant environment that cultivates a passion for learning which continues for life.

Mission Statement *

Long Beach City College is a comprehensive community college that provides open and affordable access to quality associate degree and certificate programs, workforce preparation, and opportunities for personal development and enrichment. The college develops students’ college-level skills and expands their general knowledge, enables their transfer to four-year institutions, prepares them for successful careers or to advance in their current careers, and fosters their personal commitment to lifelong learning. Based upon a commitment to excellence, college programs foster and support the intellectual, cultural, economic and civic development of our diverse community.


*  Mission Statement Approved by Board of Trustees March 24, 2006

 
 
 
 
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