Extending Vaccine Incentive, Free Student Parking, Dining Options at LBCC

$150 to Students Who Get Vaccinated by Thurs., Sept. 30

If you are a student who is currently unvaccinated, you can receive a $150 voucher that can be used at the LBCC Barnes and Noble bookstore if you get your two Moderna or Pfizer vaccination shots or one Johnson & Johnson vaccination shot by Thurs., Sept. 30. This offer is only for students who become fully vaccinated between Aug. 31 and Sept. 30. This also includes those students who received their first shot in August and their second shot in September. Please note that this voucher is being distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. LBCC will stop giving out the vouchers once all of the funds have been awarded.

Need instructions on how to upload your vaccination verification or where you can get vaccinated (including on-campus vaccination clinics)? Please visit the Return to Campus Info for Students section.

Free Student Parking for Fall Semester

Long Beach City College will not charge students for parking this Fall Semester. Students can park in any unmarked stall in any LBCC parking lot or structure during Fall 2021 Semester. Please do not park in Staff marked parking spots or disabled parking spots (unless you have a permit). Do not park in the surrounding neighborhood of both campuses. Please note that Veterans Stadium parking is currently being used by the City of Long Beach and reserved for LBCC Student-Athletes.

LAC and PCC Cafeterias are Now Open 

The Cafeterias at both the Liberal Arts Campus and Pacific Coast Campus are now open. Operating hours are Monday – Friday, from 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. The PCC Cafeteria is located in the GG Building. The LAC Cafeteria is located in the E Building. Please note that microwaves are not available at this time.

You can find out other services that are open on campus through the Return to Campus, What’s Open page.

Need More Help?

Many of your questions might be answered if you visit the Return to Campus website. LBCC also has a section specifically for students. In addition, LBCC staff will be walking around campus, so don’t be afraid to ask questions!