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LBCC Receives $1M for Long Beach Promise Scholarships

The Long Beach City College Foundation recently received a gift of real estate, which turned into one of the largest donations in the Foundation’s history. The donation was from a Long Beach couple to support the Long Beach College Promise.

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Long Beach City College Cuts Budget Deficit by $5.9M

Long Beach City College, through a combination of cost savings and an aggressive enrollment push, has dramatically slashed its deficit by $5.9 million.

LBCC’s 2017-2018 budget included a deficit of about $10.7 million. It is anticipated that as of July 2018, the total deficit amount will be reduced to $4.8 million.

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Women dressed in 1920s garb at the 90th Anniversary Gala.

Community Gathers at LBCC to Celebrate 90th Anniversary

More than 300 supporters of the Long Beach City College arrived at a red carpet on June 16 to celebrate the College’s 90th Anniversary.

The Central Quad at the Liberal Arts Campus was transformed into a swanky gala for attendees. While dressed in 1920s-inspired clothing, many guests bid on silent auction items that were comprised of unique adventures that could only be experienced in Long Beach or with Long Beach City College.

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Long Beach City College Celebrates its 90th Anniversary this June

Long Beach City College is celebrating the 90th Anniversary of its founding with a 1920s-themed black-tie gala on the College’s Liberal Arts Campus on Sat., June 16, 2018. The celebration gala is being hosted by the Long Beach City College Foundation, and all proceeds will benefit Long Beach College Promise Scholarships and other scholastic student programs.

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LBCC Appoints New Director of Superintendent-President’s Office

Lakewood City Council Member Jeff Wood has been named Director of the Superintendent-President’s Office for Long Beach City College. He started on May 14.

Under the direction of the Superintendent-President, Wood will serve as the chief of staff of the Superintendent-President’s Office, overseeing and coordinating all administrative activities of the Superintendent-President’s Office and executive offices.