at 5000 Carson St, Long Beach, 90808 United States
Long Beach City College, established in 1927, is a community college located in Long Beach, California. It is divided into two campuses. The Liberal Arts Campus, known as LAC, is located in the residential community of the Lakewood Village section of Long Beach, on Carson Street west of Clark Avenue. The Pacific Coast Campus, known as PCC, is located in central Long Beach, near the city of Signal Hill, on Pacific Coast Highway east of Orange Avenue. It is the only college in the Long Beach Community College District.The college as a whole is known as LBCC, as well as "City." LBCC serves the cities of Long Beach, Lakewood, Signal Hill, and Santa Catalina Island. As of the Spring 2007 semester, the college had an enrollment of 26,729.Since 2007, the superintendent-president of the College is Eloy Oakley.HistoryFounded in 1927, Long Beach City College was initially housed at Wilson Classical High School in southeast Long Beach. The 1933 Long Beach earthquake resulted in classes being held at Recreation Park until 1935, when the college moved into its Liberal Arts Campus in Lakewood Village at Carson Street and Clark Avenue.
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