How do I send my transcripts to LBCC?
How do I send my transcripts to LBCC?
Go to Student clearinghouse’s MyStudentCenter page. Fill out the Transcript Request form and take to LBCC Registration in Takena Hall or at one of the centers, or send by fax or mail.
Are LBCC offices open?
LBCC Campuses are closed to students and members of the public and Student Services are not conducting business in-person until further notice. Please visit the LBCC Coronavirus COVID-19 website for alternative means of service.
What are the admission requirements for Long Beach City College?
To be admitted for study at Long Beach City College, you must be over 18 years of age at the time of class enrollment or have earned the equivalent of an American High School diploma if you are under 18 years old. Under 18 years old must provide a copy of official High School Diploma as evidence of your graduation.
How do I register for LBCC?
Register online at http://matric.lbcc.edu or (562) 938-4670. Register online at http://matric.lbcc.edu to learn more about programs and services available at LBCC which help you understand and succeed with your educational planning process.
How do I find my student ID number LBCC?
If you do not know your LBCC student ID number contact the Registrar’s Office at (562) 938-4485.
Does Long Beach City College have dorms?
Off-Campus Housing. Like most community colleges in the U.S., Long Beach City College does not offer any campus housing. There are many short-term housing options available to students, including apartment rentals, house rentals, and homestays. Most housing options are unfurnished and require a minimum 6-month lease.
What SAT score is required for Long Beach?
Students from Long Beach’s local admissions area need an SAT score of at least 800 or an ACT score of at least 17. Students from outside the campus’ admission area need an SAT score of at least 1,500 or an ACT score of at least 33.
Is it too late to apply to LBCC?
Applications are due Oct. 20, 2021.
How much is it per unit at LBCC?
Enrollment fees are $46.00 per unit for CA residents and $355.00 for nonresident and international students. California residency status is based on residency requirements determined by the State of California. The final determination regarding residency status is made by the Admissions Office.
What is a college Services Card?
Your ASB is funded through the purchase of your College Services Card which is the official student identification card utilized by both LAC and PCC campuses at Long Beach City College. …
Who are the trustees of Long Beach Community College?
Long Beach Community College District Board of Trustees Dr. Virginia Baxter and Sunny Zia, and Interim Superintendent-President Dr. Mike Muñoz hosted a virtual event to launch Long Beach City College’s Helping Homeless Students Fund website and to discuss the Helping the Homeless Students Associate Group’s work on Tues., June 2.
Is the Long Beach City College Promise free?
The Long Beach College Promise FIRST TWO YEARS FREE AT LONG BEACH CITY COLLEGE Incoming LBUSD high school graduates who enroll at LBCC in the Fall semester immediately following graduation from high school are eligible to have their enrollment fees covered for two years.
Where to go to College in Long Beach CA?
And, welcome to Long Beach City College. You have chosen to pursue your college education at one of California’s premier community colleges. Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start, so we have provided these how-to guides on the application process from start to finish.
Where is the Welcome Center at Long Beach City College?
The staff at the welcome center can provide you with assistance in the application and registration process. Call or visit in person to receive one-on-one assistance with the application process. The Welcome Centers are located in the main lobbies of Building A (LAC) and Building AA (PCC).