Fourteen instructional videos created by Long Beach City College’s (LBCC) Learning Academic Resources (LAR) Professor Scott Brueckner recently hit 4 million views after about six years on Youtube.
Long Beach City College (LBCC) was one of 20 colleges selected statewide to participate in the new California Guided Pathways Initiative, it was announced today.
Soren SumToday, LBCC announced its 2016 Hall of Fame honorees, honoring the likes of Long Beach Councilmember Al Austin II, J&L Jewelry Owner Janis Krantz, former Long Beach City College District (LBCCD) Board of Trustees President Patricia Lofland and Principal Planning Inc. CEO and President Phillip Q. Shrotman.
Long Beach City College (LBCC) began $14 million renovations for its science Building D yesterday in an effort to prepare students for challenges in STEM fields in the 21st Century by adding newer, enhanced facilities and increased capacity, the school announced yesterday.
The California Community College’s Chancellor’s Office made the move to grant Long Beach City College a $511,098 grant to continue its lauded Harbor Driver Training Program, the university announced today.
Long Beach City College (LBCC) announced this week the appointment of Gene Durand as the Associate Vice President of Human Resources, whose first day at the college was Monday.
Long Beach City College (LBCC) faculty will receive 3.5 to 4.5 percent salary increases this year, following Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees’ approval of a contract amendment between the college and its full-time faculty union, LBCC announced yesterday.
Tuesday night’s primary vote turned into a big night for Long Beach’s public officials who were hoping that voters would approve a series of tax increases to help fund improvement projects in the city. The Long Beach Community College District (LBCCD) was among those who had their wishes granted when Measure LB was voted into effect by over 63 percent of voters.
Former secretary of state, first lady and current presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be speaking Monday at Long Beach City College (LBCC) in an event open to the public, LBCC spokeswoman Stacey Toda confirmed Friday.
Next Tuesday, Long Beach voters have the opportunity to decide on Measure LB, a bond issue which, if passed, would provide $850 million dollars to Long Beach City College (LBCC) for major upgrades and renovations to both its Liberal Arts and Pacific Coast campuses.