New and Exciting
LBCC Appoints Executive Vice President of Student Services & Vice President of Business Services
Dr. Nohel C. Corral and Dr. Raymond “Chip” West unanimously approved by Board of Trustees
The Long Beach Community College District (LBCCD) Board of Trustees recently approved the selection of Dr. Nohel C. Corral as the Executive Vice President/Vice President of Student Services and Dr. Raymond “Chip” West as the new Vice President of Business Services for Long Beach City College (LBCC).
Long Beach City College Seeking New Members for Citizens Oversight Committee
The deadline to apply for Senior Citizen and At-Large positions is Oct. 13, 2022
The Long Beach Community College District is currently accepting applications for one Senior Citizen’s Organization representative and a Community-at-Large representative to serve on the Citizens’ Oversight Committee.
Applicants for the Senior Citizen spot must be a member of any current and active organization that advocates for senior citizens that is active within the District boundaries.
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|July 12||1:00pm – 5:00pm|
|July 20||1:00pm – 5:00pm|
|July 28||1:00pm – 5:00pm|
FIRST TWO YEARS FREE AT LONG BEACH CITY COLLEGE
Incoming LBUSD high school graduates who enroll at LBCC in the Fall semester immediately following graduation from high school are eligible to have their enrollment fees covered for two years. Students must meet eligibility criteria and complete a participation agreement (deadlines apply).
Fulfilling your dreams usually involves hard work, difficulty and frustration. Gabriel Ramirez has faced it all on his journey to becoming an electrician. Learn how LBCC’s DSPS/EOPS helped him along the way.
Effort is everything for this Scholar/Athlete-turned-Coach. As a member of the Viking Volleyball State Champions of 2009, LBCC taught Kristopher to put in the work to get to the next level.
Deidre is a single mom who decided to switch careers and return to school. LBCC instilled the confidence that she needed.
Brandy learned about being part of a community and work ethic at LBCC. Now she’s a professional dancer and coach who is creating the next generation of dancers and building her own community.
“When I started here at LBCC, I was 29. I was really scared that it was too late as a more mature student. If I were to give advice to a student who was in my position now, thinking about returning to school, that it’s not too late.”