A guide to changes at LBCC including what students can be refunded for and deadlines to withdraw from classes with no penalty.
The center typically receives 50 to 60 clients per month; now it is seeing that volume per day, officials said.
There are situations that will be out of our control, such as natural disasters or earthquakes that we experience on the West Coast. Our response to the COVID-19 is an incredible precursor to how we might be teaching and operating if we have to close down our campus due to unforeseen circumstances in the future.
Lou Anne Bynum was named interim superintendent-president of Long Beach City College District during a special meeting of the college’s Board of Trustees Saturday.
Lou Anne Bynum spent more than 20 years as a leader at LBCC before taking her current position as a member of the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners.
College Superintendent-President Reagan Romali is at the center of the nasty, high-stakes feud with some members of the Board of Trustees who have hired an investigator to look into Romali and a fellow trustee who has come to her defense.
The goal of the program is to “innovate STEM teaching strategies to support historically underrepresented student groups.”
Many of LBCC’s trade programs were cut during the recession, but the college and industry partners have helped rebuild or reboot seven programs, including automotive technology and manufacturing.
Romali’s candidacy for the job comes just two years after she became president and superintendent of the Long Beach Community College District.
Attendees will get to see what it’s like to weld through virtual reality machines, play “Red Light, Green Light” using the electrical program’s traffic signals and see 3D printing with the Advanced Manufacturing program.