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Dr. Reagan F. Romali began her tenure as Superintendent-President of the Long Beach Community College District (LBCCD) in May 2017. She is a nationally recognized educational leader who has achieved groundbreaking work in student success, increased graduation rates, increased transfer rates and outcomes for minority students.
The Career Center offers students with services designed to guide them with the career development process. Through the following activities, students receive information about career awareness, exploration, career planning, career readiness, and current economic trends to help inform their decisions about their educational and career goals.
Long Beach City College offers opportunities for students to earn college credit while they are in high school. The benefits of participating in an Early College program include the following:
- Save money on tuition
- Earn college credit
- Save time by completing certificate and/or degree requirements
Making the Long Beach City College educational experience work better for students includes all of us – whether we work as counselors developing educational plans and exploring career options with students, or as faculty members teaching a class, or as staff members processing purchase orders and keeping the grounds beautiful.
National data indicates that students are taking too many units, spending too much money, which impacts their financial aid, and they are not graduating.