Those who can’t get a medical exemption or other accommodations will be barred from campus, according to the resolution.
Mike Munoz, the colleges interim superintendent-president, sent a memo out last week notifying the campus community that the school would be accepting suggestions for how to spend the money until the end of month.
Students will be allowed to park in any unmarked stall at either the Liberal Arts or Pacific Coast Campus for free during the upcoming semester, the college announced Wednesday.
The $48.2 million project, which recently broke ground on the Liberal Arts Campus, has been awarded the LEED Gold certification for its sustainable design.
This weekend’s flea market will be the first held since February. It’s drawn hundreds of sellers and shoppers since being established in 1982.
After the board formally announced Lou Anne Bynum as the interim head of the district, it moved to declare an emergency regarding the the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
The LBCC Board of Trustees voted 4-1 to fire Reagan Romali, who has served as president-superintendent since 2017.
The program expands on the 300 free passes the college already provides.
School and Port officials launched the Maritime Center last August in the hope of giving people the chance to enter into port careers after a few months of training.