Long Beach City College announced Monday that Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia will be the keynote the speaker for the 2021 Commencement Ceremony happening on Saturday, June 12.
A new food pantry location at Cesar Chavez Elementary School (730 W. Third St.) has opened its doors thanks to Help Me Help You (HMHY), a nonprofit that provides food, shelter and assistance to low income residents in Long Beach.
Long Beach City College is celebrating the $29 million renovation of the Liberal Arts Campus Auditorium with a virtual ribbon cutting ceremony, happening at 10 a.m. today, Thursday, Dec. 10, online at lbcc.edu and youtube.com/LongBeachCityCollege.
Long Beach City College gave away 100 more Chromebooks and 50 more hotspots to students on Friday, Oct. 9, thanks to a $25,000 donation from an anonymous donor to the LBCC Foundation.
Long Beach City College will celebrate the grand opening of its new Labor Center at the Pacific Coast Campus, at 11 a.m. today, Thursday, Sept. 24, online at lbcc.edu.
Long Beach City College is preparing for a blended fall semester, with a combination of online classes and socially distanced classroom and labs on both campuses.
People interested in a career in global logistics and supply chain industries are now able to register for the Port of Long Beach Maritime Center of Excellence at Long Beach City College.
Long Beach City College alumnus Dr. Jean-Bernard Durand will receive the 2020 Outstanding Alumni Award from the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC), the primary advocacy organization for the nation’s community colleges.
Coleen Sterritt, professor in the Sculpture Program at Long Beach City College, has been awarded the International Sculpture Center’s Outstanding Educator Award for 2019, a release said.
Long Beach Community College has been selected as a finalist for the 2019 Bellwether Award — awarded by the Bellwether College Consortium (BCC) — which recognizes community colleges that offer innovative and groundbreaking programs to its students.
Long Beach's higher education establishments went face to face with some changes and challenges in 2018. Here's an overview of some big — and small — things that happened last year at California State University, Long Beach, and Long Beach City College.
Fresh faces are putting forth fresh ideas at Long Beach City College, where the plan is to keep increasing enrollment and decreasing the budget gap, while students head back to the classroom Monday for the start of fall semester.
The Lifetime Learning Program at the Long Beach Community College is hosting a series of free presentations on issues surrounding aging beginning at 11 a.m. on Monday, March 12, at the college's Pacific Coast Campus (PCC) in room QQ 122, 1305 E. Pacific Coast Hwy.
A legal clinic will be available for veterans twice a month at Long Beach City College Liberal Arts Campus thanks to Mental Health Advocacy Services (MHAS), a nonprofit organization that provides free legal services to people with mental disabilities in L.A. County.
Long Beach City College updates on new construction, economic development programs, students/faculty successes and upcoming goals will be included at the annual State of the College — and residents can reserve a spot to hear it.
Long Beach City College has added several management positions in executive and academic oversight, Superintendent-President Reagan Romali announced last week.
Long Beach City College is honoring its 2017 Hall of Fame inductees with a ceremony and dinner at 5:30 p.m. next Thursday, Oct. 12, at The Centre at Sycamore Plaza, 5000 Clark Ave, Lakewood.
Long Beach City College will work with other community colleges to advance each other's pathways efforts, providing an example for other state and national colleges, according to a release.
Long Beach Community College District (LBCCD) Board of Trustees chose Dr. Reagan Romali as the final candidate for superintendent-president during their monthly meeting Tuesday, March 28.
The search continues for Long Beach City College’s superintendent-president, with five contenders being chosen last week, after months of preparation.
Start-up companies and small businesses expanding into global markets are being targeted to participate in a new program, International Business Accelerator (IBA), by Long Beach City College.
Long Beach City College has chosen five LBCC superintendent-president candidates for the Long Beach Community College Board of Trustees’ consideration.
Long Beach City College has hired Ramon L. Knox as its new dean of student affairs, overseeing and managing the department of student affairs, including: office of student life, student discipline, volunteer resource center and student government.
The year in education featured some new faces, buildings, unrest, money —or lack thereof — and more at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), Long Beach City College (LBCC), and Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD). Here are some of the news stories in education 2016.
The Math Success Center in Building V at Long Beach City College was renamed and dedicated last week in honor of the Don Temple Family Charitable Foundation.
Longtime Long Beach City College administrator Ann-Marie Gabel will take over the school’s top job while board members look for a permanent successor to outgoing superintendent-president Eloy Ortiz Oakley.
With Long Beach City College Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley leaving to become chancellor of the California Community Colleges (CCC) at the end of the year, the process for his replacement has begun.
Long Beach City College Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley is among 11 who will be honored as a Champion of Change for College Opportunity at the White House on Friday, Sept. 30.
Long Beach City College is getting a boost in its science programs — with a $14.17 million renovation that began this week on building D at the Liberal Arts campus.
Eloy Ortiz Oakley arrived on the Long Beach City College campus in 2002 — just in time to climb on for a ride that has reshaped the face of the community college in almost every way.
Long Beach City College District Superintendent-President Eloy Ortiz Oakley was named chancellor of the California Community Colleges (CCC) board of governors today, Tuesday, a release said.
More than 1,700 people will check off a milestone next week — about 414 students will receive their certificates and 1,307 their associate’s degrees at Long Beach City College. And others will be prepared to transfer to another learning institution.