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Chancellor Eloy Oakley

A Letter from the Chancellor’s Office

Dear Californian,

I am reaching out to our California community college students with my warmest wishes for your health and wellness during these difficult times.

Our 115 colleges are working tirelessly to help you and your families get through this crisis, and they will play a critical role in our state’s recovery. With all of us working together and following public health directives, we can help keep Californians healthy.

Press Release

LBCCD Board of Trustees to Meet Remotely on Mar. 25

The Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees will hold their monthly meeting via remote video conference that will be live streamed starting at 5:30 p.m., on Wed., March 25, 2020. This meeting may be viewed online at

The meeting will be held on Wed, March 25, 2020.


The LA SBDC to Help Small Business During the COVID-19 Outbreak
SBDC releaseses COVID-19 Response Guide

The LA Small Business Development Center has released a COVID-19 Response Guide designed to be a practical and effective resource for small business owners to stay informed, plan, and respond to the impact of COVID-19.

In addition to this downloadable guide, the LA SBDC has advisors who can assist with questions regarding: supply chain disruption and liability, technology plans for setting up remote work stations for employees, concerns about cashflow during disruption, and concerns about credit and finance issues.

Press Release

LBCC to Continue With Remote Instruction/Online Through the Spring Semester
LBCC is taking precautions to protect the campus community’s health in response to COVID-19

The Long Beach Community College District has determined that the remaining Spring 2020 Semester will continue through remote instruction/online only.

“The collective safety of our students, employees, and community must be considered first and foremost,” said LBCCD Board of Trustees President Vivian Malauulu. “We are resilient and will adapt to this new temporary normal for the sake of our loved ones by being vigilant with our efforts during this unprecedented time.”

Press Release

LBCC Will Close to Students and Public Starting March 17
LBCC is taking precautions to protect the campus community’s health in response to COVID-19

Out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of students, faculty and staff, the Long Beach Community College District will close both the Liberal Arts and Pacific Coast Campuses to students and members of the public starting Tues., March 17.

This decision was made by campus officials in order to limit any transmission of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). No cases have been identified at either campus.