No Classes – Sept. 21
There are no classes on Sept. 21 due to Faculty professional development training.
Sign Up for Late-Start Classes
You can still be a Viking! There is still time to sign up for the fall semester’s late-starting classes. LBCC also offers several online classes.
Resources for DACA Students
In light of the Sept. 5 memo from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, Long Beach City College has affirmed its commitment and continued support of its DACA students.
Legal Workshop – Sept. 21 at Pacific Coast Campus
Get an update on DACA as well as information on Know Your Rights, financial aid, advocacy, legal resources, support circle and more. Co-sponsored by Long Beach Immigrant Rights Coalition (LBIRC) and Centro C.H.A.
Grand Opening of the QQ and RR Buildings
The LBCCD Board of Trustees and Superintendent-President Dr. Reagan F. Romali proudly invite you to the Grand Opening of the QQ and RR Buildings Home of LBCC’s Electrical Program and Lifetime Learning Center Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 10 a.m.
LBCC Cuts Budget Deficit by $2M in Proposal to be Considered by Trustees Tuesday
LBCC, through a combination of cost savings and an aggressive enrollment push, has dramatically slashed its structural deficit, in a budget to be considered by the LBCCD Board of Trustees on Tues., Sept. 12.
Recycling at LBCC Gets Easier
Recycling has been simplified at Long Beach City College.
Men’s Soccer Debuts Six-Game Winning Streak
No. 4 LBCC Men's Soccer team defeated the Orange Coast Pirates at the LeBard Stadium 3-1 to improve their record to a perfect 6-0 overall on Tuesday evening.
Long Beach City College President's Statement Regarding DACA Program
Statement from Long Beach City College Superintendent-President Reagan Romali regarding the Department of Homeland Security’s memo to end the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program
New Service Hours for Viking Voyager
Beginning in the Fall 2017 Semester, the Viking Voyager shuttle service between the Liberal Arts Campus and Pacific Coast Campus will have longer operating hours.
Theatre Arts Program Temporarily Moves to PCC
Due to construction on Building J at the Liberal Arts Campus, Theatre Arts classes are moving to the Pacific Coast Campus.