Student Affairs

Overview

Enhancing the Campus Experience

Welcome to the office of Student Affairs, where it is our mission to create, encourage and support a positive, collegial learning environment whereby the educational goals of students and the College are enhanced. Innovative and traditional programs, events and activities have been developed which foster the opportunity for personal growth through learning, leadership development, shared governance, healthy competition, volunteerism, social interaction, and cultural exchange. 

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Student Equity

The student equity project is an initiative supported by the Long Beach Community College District (LBCCD) whose purpose is to help students by providing the additional support they need to achieve their educational goals. The equity plan as laid out by the Chancellor’s Office focuses on increasing access, course completion, ESL and basic skills completion, degrees, certificates, and transfer for all students.

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Student Discipline and Conduct Due Process

The Board of Trustees of the Long Beach Community College District is authorized to establish campus-wide standards of student conduct and disciplinary procedures Education Code Section 76030-76037. The Director of Student Discipline or Designee is the designee for all Student Conduct (link to Standards of Conduct) violations and is responsible for administering the student discipline system and implementing the following Due Process procedures:

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Judicial Affairs Process

Student Affairs at Long Beach City College (LBCC) is responsible for acting on behalf of the College in matters of student discipline Administrative Regulation 5012. The Director of Student Discipline or designee adjudicates alleged instances of student misconduct in order to determine how best to resolve these allegations consistent with the goals and mission of LBCC as an educational and intellectual community.