“Don’t sit in your small, small world and think this isn’t going to affect the college,” an LBCC professor, who supports the instructor, told the Board of Trustees. “It’s going to affect the college.”
Staff at Long Beach City College say they’re worried one of their colleagues could be fired over accusations that a student was elbowed on stage at commencement.
Two part-time Long Beach City College professors are suing over a policy that they say requires teachers to work for free because they’re not compensated for work performed outside of the classroom.
The LBCCD Board of Trustees could approve a new contract for its new superintendent-president, Mike Munoz, that could pay him $305,000 annually in salary.
Munoz has been at the school since 2018 when he joined as the vice president of student services.
Current interim superintendent-president Mike Munoz is among the two finalists and is joined by Nohemy Ornelas, who is currently an associate superintendent/ vice president of student services at Allan Hancock College in Santa Maria.
LBCC Trustee Sunny Zia and the rest of the college board have been sparring for the last year over the contents of an investigation into former Superintendent-President Reagan, who was fired in March 2020.
El edificio estará abierto para estacionamiento nocturno a partir de las 10 p.m. a las 7 a.m. todos los días, y las duchas estarán abiertas de 6 a.m. a 8 a.m., según la universidad.
The Safe Parking Program will provide students with access to showers and wireless internet connection seven nights a week. College officials said the program could help students to focus on their coursework without having to worry about their safety or the police being called on them for sleeping in their vehicles.
Those who can’t get a medical exemption or other accommodations will be barred from campus, according to the resolution.