Educational Impact-Data Testimonials
- In the last three years, students transferring to a four-year institution increased by 16 percent. With the intentional focus of serving historically underserved communities, Black student transfers increased by 51 percent.
- In the last five years, the number of degrees earned by students increased by 97 percent. With the intentional focus of serving historically underserved communities, the number of Black students obtaining a degree increased by 119 percent.
- Long Beach City College (LBCC) was named a 2020 Champion of Higher Education for the third time in four years by the Campaign for College Opportunity. The Campaign has honored California Community College ADT achievements at its annual event since 2016.
- In the past 10 years, completion of transfer-level Math has increased by 149 percent, with completions by Black students increasing by 271 percent.
- In the past 10 years, completion of transfer-level English has increased by 330 percent, with completions by Black students increasing by 433 percent.
- The proportion of students of color on academic probation has dropped in the last four years with equity gaps closing by 44 percent for Black students.
- The number of Black males matriculating from high school to LBCC increased by 25 percent from Fall 2019 to Fall 2020.
- Over the last four years, course success rates increased 3 percent overall while the equity gap in fall-to-fall persistence for Black students closed by 67 percent.