Academic Services

The Office of Academic Affairs provides leadership and support for instructional and academic programs at Long Beach City College. For more information regarding our services and college planning, please visit the following section on our archive site.

Administrative & Business Services facilitates the efficient and effective utilization of college resources to further the goal of student success and the educational mission of the college. We work proactively with all college constituents to aid in the implementation of the Strategic Plan and to integrate our professional expertise in the areas of Fiscal Services, Facilities, Instructional & Information Technology Services and Business Support Services to design and implement working solutions to operational and academic challenges.


Human Resources

The LBCC Human Resources team recruits, develops and protects the college’s most valuable resource – its employees. The HR team is dedicated to attracting, retaining, and supporting a qualified diverse workforce in order to meet the educational needs of the students. The HR team does this by providing quality service to the internal and external campus community, and adhering to open, equitable and ethical personnel standards.

Dr. Mike Munoz (edited)

Student Services

Dr. Mike Muñoz is Long Beach City College’s Vice President of Student Services. He provides executive leadership to LBCC’s Admissions and Records, Financial Aid, Counseling, Student Health and Psychological Services, Student Life, Athletics, EOP&S, Guardian Scholars, Cal WORKS, Veterans Resource Center, TRIO GO and Upward Bound, Student Equity, and Welcome Center. He was appointed in 2018. LBCC serves more than 25,000 students at two campuses. Dr. Muñoz is a product of the California Community College system.


Institutional Effectiveness

The Office of Institutional Effectiveness (IE) supports student success by providing leadership and coordination of Accreditation efforts, institutional planning, program planning and review, and institutional research. The Office of IE strives to promote excellence and equity in student learning, educational practices and quality of service by establishing and maintaining a campus culture of self-evaluation and improvement at all levels of the institution.

The Office of Institutional Effectiveness serves the College in the following areas:


Public Affairs & Marketing

The primary goal of the Public Affairs & Marketing Department is to create awareness of the college’s impact on the community by promoting its academic and cultural offerings, as well as its various community services.


Instructional & IT Services

Instructional and Information Technology Services (IITS) supports the campus, local and global communities through various technologies in accordance with the college’s educational mission. We work proactively with all college constituents to integrate our professional expertise in the areas of:


Workforce Economic Development

Workforce Economic Development (WED) at Long Beach City College is dedicated to bridging the gap between fulfilling business needs for a qualified workforce and providing education and training, including skill sets relevant to jobs in the 21st century.