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Graduate at 2022 Commencement ceremony

Long a common refrain at The Beach, No Barriers now serves as the clarion call for a $275 million comprehensive campaign to create a national model for student achievement, empowerment and equity; shape California's future workforce; and elevate our community, advancing the public good.

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Student Empowerment
Panty served almost 4,000 Beach students with 22,253 visits in fall 2023.聽
Future Workforce
"There was a vision to create a place where the importance of understanding different languages and鈥
Student Empowerment
A scholarship endowed by Jo Anne and Scott Charmack 鈥 among the hundreds of 好色先生 donors recognized鈥
Future Workforce
More than 50,000 jobs performed within Long Beach are connected to trade.
Nearly 93,000 donors participated in the campaign, directing their support to over 1,100 funds.
Community and Public Good
The position was made possible by support from Dr. Jasvant Modi and the Shah Family Foundation.
Student Empowerment
This year's focus was expanding undergraduate scholarships to empower students.
Community and Public Good
The tiny house addresses several key crises in housing today.
Future Workforce
The program supports in-person mentor teacher institutes within the College of Education.
Student Empowerment
One in five students experiences food insecurity and one in 10 struggles to find a place to live.
Student Empowerment
Here鈥檚 a look at some of the efforts The Beach is making to advance Black student success.
Future Workforce
It is the largest gift received for programs in the university鈥檚 College of Education.

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No barriers to what we can achieve together