Long Beach City College 2022 Commencement

Long Beach City College 2022 Commencement

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Long Beach City College Veterans Stadium

5000 E. Lew Davis Street

Long Beach, CA 90808

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Congratulations Class of 2022! We will be hosting an in-person Commencement this year and including those who graduated in 2020 & 2021!

About this event

Long Beach City College is excited that you are a candidate for graduation or a recent graduate! We will be recognizing students who are in the graduating Class of 2022 and those who missed an in-person ceremony from the Class of 2020 & 2022

Commencement Participation RSVP Deadline: Wed., June 1, 2022

Other Important Commencement Information

Commencement Rehearsal

Wed., June 8 | 3:00 p.m. | Vet's Stadium

LBCC 2022 Commencement Ceremony

Thurs., June 9 | 3:00 p.m. | Vet's Stadium

Graduates must arrive by 1:30 p.m. to check-in and to line-up!

Family and friends attending the ceremony can reserve tickets HERE.

For information on Accessibility click HERE.

For Campus Map on Building Locations and Parking, visit HERE.

COVID 19- Guidelines on Masks and Vaccinations:

In alignment with current City of Long Beach Health Department and the LA County Health Department and guidance, for this in-person outdoor commencement ceremony taking place on June 9, 2022, we will encourage guests and attendees to wear masks regardless of vaccine status, this includes individuals at higher risk of severe illness if they cannot maintain distance from others (California Department of Health). There will be no screening tables checking vaccination status at this event.

LA County Dept. of Health

• Masks are strongly recommended in crowded outdoor settings for people at high risk of severe illness, or who live with someone who is at high risk. Masks that provide the best protection against COVID-19 should be worn. Examples include a well-fitting respirator (e.g., N95, KN95) or a double mask (a well-fitting cloth mask over a medical mask) (Los Angeles County Public Health Department).

Long Beach City College supports the City of Long Beach in continuing to encourage our eligible community members, families and guests to get fully vaccinated as it has been shown to reduce the likelihood of new variants emerging, prevents future surges, and avoids overwhelming the health care delivery system (City of Long Beach).

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