COVID-19 Update: FAQs & List of Classes Moving Online
Here are today’s updates regarding LBCC’s response to COVID-19 and our transition to moving most classes to temporary remote instruction/online by Wed., March 18.
Frequently Asked Questions
LBCC has a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) divided by:
General questions for all students, faculty and staff
Please check these FAQs as they will be updated as needed.
List of Classes Moving to Temporary Remote Instruction/Online
A full list is posted on the Coronavirus website that specifies which classes will be moving to temporary remote instruction/online or will continue to meet in-person.
Student Support Services and Other Offices
Please note that Student Support Services such as Financial Aid, Counseling, Admissions & Records, Viking Vault, Veterans Services Center, and Student Health Services are still open at this time.
LBCC libraries and computer labs are also open for students to use at this time.
Social Distancing to Limit Outbreak
The decision to move most classes to temporary remote instruction was made after consultation and direction from health officials, the Chancellor’s Office and Governor Newsom. The move was made to limit the transmission of COVID-19 by eliminating the gathering of people in one location. It was made out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of our students, faculty, and staff.
There are many other things students can do to help limit the spread of COVID-19 including washing your hands frequently, getting ready to learn remotely through Canvas and ConferZoom, and maintaining CDC’s social distance recommendation by at least by 6 feet.
For the most up-to-date information, please visit www.LBCC.edu/Coronavirus.
Thank you for your efforts and flexibility as we continue to navigate together this unprecedented situation LBCC faces.