Cal State Long Beach’s inaugural “Giving Day” last month resulted in the campus receiving gifts that totaled more than $1.1 million which school officials said will help fund basic needs, scholarships and study abroad programs.
Long Beach-based nonprofit organization We Are the Next announced Monday that applications are now open for its 2018 Youth Heritage Summit at the Homestead Museum in the City of Industry.
A total of 11,176 students are expected to be conferred academic degrees from Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) this week, during nine commencement ceremonies May 22-25, according to the university.
At the Port of Long Beach (POLB)’s fifth annual “Celebrating Education” event on Monday, 39 local college and high school students interested in pursuing careers in international trade and goods movement were awarded $54,750 in scholarships.
A settlement has been reached between Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) and parents and community groups who filed a complaint last April alleging the school district misallocated funds earmarked for high-needs students.
Long Beach City College is awaiting the results of a report by an outside security firm hired to investigate how a malware attack was able to infiltrate multiple computer systems on campus.
Long Beach City College (LBCC) has been selected as one of seven Los Angeles County community colleges to launch the Los Angeles County “Promises that Count” initiative, the college announced Monday.
Military marketing company Victory released the 2018-19 Military Friendly schools list in early April and named Long Beach City College (LBCC) and Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) among multiple other California campuses.
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