Long Beach State students say they plan to use the time off to work, relax and catch up on schoolwork.
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After months of debate, Long Beach State has decided to allow an in-person commencement for the graduating classes of 2020 and 2021.
The two ASI-run facilities are slated to reopen next month as the state has progressed into the less restrictive red tier.
Native American Heritage Commission urges CSU, CSULB engage in ‘meaningful tribal consultation’ regarding Puvungna in letter to Chancellor Castro
As part of an ongoing letter exchange with the CSU, an attorney with the commission maintained that Long Beach State has yet to partake in proper consultation with the Native community.
Long Beach State students can expect to see federal disbursements after spring break, according to the Division of Students Affairs.
Vaccination appointments for the first round of Long Beach State students will become available pending the arrival of more vaccine shipments.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, the Division of Student Affairs has decided not to have in-person cultural graduation celebrations.
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Long Beach State President Jane Close Conoley has announced that the university can expect to see nearly half its courses for the upcoming fall semester and a full return for the following spring.
Campus police respond to an individual facing housing insecurity, someone looking for medical assistance and reports of a missing fire extinguisher.