Long Beach City College executives, Board of Trustees members, students and staff celebrated the kickoff of a $29-million renovation of the Auditorium, Building J, with a groundbreaking ceremony today, March 8 at the College’s Liberal Arts Campus.
The College Radio Foundation has recognized Long Beach City College’s KLBC/KCTY radio stations with the Spirit of College Radio award for the fourth year in a row.
The two radio stations, run by students and taught by LBCC faculty members Ken Borgers and Robert Hersh, were awarded based on their programming on World College Radio Day on Oct. 6. More than 800 stations from 40 countries participated in the event, which began seven years ago. LBCC is the only two-year college to receive this award.
Earlier today, the City of Long Beach, in partnership with Long Beach City College (LBCC) and BLANKSPACES, celebrated the groundbreaking of a new downtown innovation center at 309 Pine Avenue. Long Beach City Council voted to approve a lease agreement on Tuesday, December 5, 2017, that formalizes a partnership between the City, Long Beach City College (LBCC) and BLANKSPACES to revitalize 309 Pine Ave. into a shared working environment and entrepreneurial innovation center.
2018 Super Bowl Champion Bryan Braman Returns to LBCC
LBCC celebrates LBCC alum and Philadelphia Eagles Defensive End spoke to current Viking football players to offer advice and encouragement
Long Beach City College football coaches, Viking football players, LBCC administration and fans were on hand yesterday, March 1, to welcome Philadelphia Eagles defensive end and Long Beach City College football alum, Bryan Braman when he returned to Veterans Stadium after his 2018 Super Bowl win.
When I don’t have my head in books or fingers on the computer, I really love to volunteer. It brings me joy seeing that I could make a huge impact on people’s lives with just a simple act.
There is a very warm atmosphere here compared to the other colleges which felt a little more clinical and isolating which I didn’t think would be good if you’re going into the medical field.
My experiences on campus have also helped me to find out what really matters to me and to develop methods for fighting for what I believe in within an established system.
The education I received is affordable and has the same level of rigor as a university. LBCC has also given me the freedom to feel out what I wished and wanted to pursue in life.
THE FIRST YEAR IS FREE AT LONG BEACH CITY COLLEGE
High school graduates at participating high schools who enroll at LBCC in the fall immediately after graduation will have their first year of enrollment fees paid by the Long Beach City College Foundation. No application is necessary — every local student’s enrollment fees will be automatically covered.
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