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Division of Academic Affairs

Did You Know?

The Atlantic published an article on the Long Beach College Promise yesterday, highlighting the impact it has had on students’ lives and how it has become a model throughout the State. Read “The Long Beach Miracle.”

How are College Grads Faring in the Job Market?

Two recent reports show that the job market for recent college graduates is improving. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York released one of the analyses along with an interactive portal that provides users with the latest data on unemployment, underemployment and wages for those who recently earned their bachelor’s degree. Learn more about the reports.

Apply for BUILD Research Stimulation Grants by February 29

The deadline to apply for the BUILD Collaborative Research Stimulation Grant (CRSG) and the Research Stimulation Grant (RSG) is this Monday, February 29, 2016, at 5 pm. Learn more.

Students can Apply for Panetta Institute for Public Policy Congressional Intern Program

Please share with students an opportunity to be selected for an 11-week, full-time internship in the office of a California member of the U.S. House of Representatives. Learn more.

Creating a Safe Zone for the LGBTQ Community

Faculty, staff, and teaching assistants are invited to participate in a training program to help them better understand lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer or questioning issues and be part of a university-wide network of support. Learn more.

2015 Tax Return: Affordable Care Act 1095-B and 1095-C Forms Not Required

If you meet the Affordable Care Act (ACA) definition of a full-time employee you will receive a Form 1095-C. You also will receive a Form 1095-B if enrolled in a CalPERS health plan, regardless of full-time status. Learn more.