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Long Beach Leaders Praise Gov. Brown’s Approval of California College Promise Initiative
Provides tuition-free, first-year of community college

Long Beach leaders today released the following statements after Gov. Edmund G. Brown Jr. signed into law Assembly Bill 19, authored by Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles), establishing the California College Promise. If funded in the next state budget, the California College Promise would provide a tuition-free first year at California community colleges for full-time, college credential- or degree-seeking students.

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Enrollment Services Will be Closed on Friday

All LBCC students should be aware that on Friday, October 13, the following Enrollment Services offices will be closed from 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm for a mandatory staff meeting.

  • Admissions & Records
  • Financial Aid
  • Veterans Services
  • International Student Services

Services will reopen on Monday, October 16 at 8:00 am. If you have any questions, please contact the respective office.

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The front lawn near the A Building on the LA campus.

LBCC to Honor 2017 Hall of Fame Inductees

An attorney who defends small businesses and nonprofits, a longtime community volunteer, a philanthropist, a U.S. Navy SEAL and a commercial real estate agent have been named as Long Beach City College’s 2017 Hall of Fame inductees, Long Beach City College (LBCC) officials recently announced.

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From Culinary student to
Celebrity Chef

How Culinary alum 'Chef T' cooked his way to the top!

A picture of Chef T standing in a restaurant kitchen.

Many Long Beach residents know about The Federal Bar, the majestic bank-turned-restaurant that previously housed The Madison. What many might not know is that the popular restaurant’s executive chef is a homegrown, Long Beach resident himself.

Not only did Chef Tarak Ouk, known as Chef T, hone his chops in restaurants across the city, but he first donned his chef’s coat as a Viking.

A graduate of Long Beach City College’s Culinary Arts Program, Chef T has come a long way.