COVID-19 Update: Safety Procedures, New Contract Request Form, Student Emergency Fund, LB Post Live Chat, Census
Faculty & Staff


Dear Colleagues,

Here is your COVID-19 update for Tues., April 1, 2020.

Safety Protocols on Updated Prevention Tips

LBCC Nursing Faculty offered the following guidelines on the proper use of masks, gloves and tips on handling packages. Click here for updated prevention tips and then click on “Safety Protocols” tab.

New Contract Request Form in Updated Administrative Business Services (ABS) FAQs

Please note that there is a new contract request form. You can find more information on page 4 in the updated ABS FAQs which can be found in the COVID-19 Faculty and Staff pages.

Double Your Donation – LBCC Foundation’s Student Emergency Fund

The Long Beach City College Foundation is partnering with LBCC to support our students in the areas of housing, food, technology, transportation, and mental health. In support of this partnership, the LBCC Foundation’s Board of Governors will match the first $10,000 raised for the Student Emergency Fund. Please make a gift online today and double your impact on our students’ lives.

Interim Superintendent-President Bynum on Long Beach Post Live Chat 4/2 at 1:00 pm  

Interim Superintendent-President Lou Anne Bynum will be interviewed by the Long Beach Post regarding LBCC’s response to COVID-19 tomorrow, Thurs., April 2 at 1 p.m. This will be a 30-minute Q&A live chat with publisher David Sommers.

April 1 is Census Day!

LBCC would like to encourage our campus community to help us achieve an accurate count for the 2020 Census. April 1 is the day in which you should count all who usually live in your home—including those not related to you. Complete the census today by visiting the 2020 Census website.

Keeping in Touch, Apart

LBCC will continue to provide our faculty, classified staff, and managers updated information through various communication methods. Please also check the COVID-19 website for the latest info, including a frequently updated General Information FAQ, Student FAQ, and Faculty/Staff FAQ.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we continue to develop our practices as this health crisis evolves!