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CP 2.0 Group

LB College Promise Announces Groundbreaking
College Promise 2.0

The Long Beach College Promise announced a new milestone today with the unveiling of Promise 2.0. Beginning in fall 2019, the enhanced initiative will feature a guaranteed transition from Long Beach City College (LBCC) to California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) for qualifying graduates of Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD). In addition, The Promise welcomed the Port of Long Beach as the first industry partner in the Long Beach College Promise.   

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Tents at job fair

Long Beach City College Hosts Large Community Job Fair Sept. 11

Long Beach City College will host the Long Beach Community Job Fair at Veterans Stadium, 4901 E. Conant St., on Tues., Sept. 11 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event is free and open to the public, with pre-registration required.

Job seekers should bring resumes, dress professionally and be ready to be interviewed. There will be free parking for the day at Veterans Stadium, but not in adjacent neighborhoods as vehicles may be cited or towed.

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LBCC Slashes $10.4 Million from Budget
Budget reduced without layoffs or cuts to educational programs

Long Beach City College dramatically reduced its preliminary 2017-2018 $10.7 million budget deficit to $300,000 without layoffs or cuts to programs.

The deficit was reduced through cuts in expenses and an aggressive enrollment push. In addition, a number of employees accepted the Supplemental Employee Retirement Plan (SERP) that the College offered last June which allowed strategic reorganization of staff.

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The A Building at LAC campus.

LBCCD approves 4-year contract for Superintendent-President

The Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees approved a new four-year contract this week for their Superintendent-President Dr. Reagan F. Romali.

“Dr. Romali’s accomplishments have been significant during the short one-year time period she has been with us at Long Beach City College,” said Board President Sunny Zia. “We are lucky to have her and are proud of the fact we were able to bring a leader with her level of knowledge and experience to our college district.”