Jan 12, 2022: The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District has announced that face-to-face courses and face-to-face portions of classes, with the exception of hard-to-convert courses, will move to online synchronous instruction through February 6, 2022. View the list of hard-to-convert courses remaining on campus for Las Positas College.
Canvas is back up and running. Due to a problem with Amazon Web Services, it was down for roughly 7 hours on December 7 beginning at roughly 8:07 a.m. We regret the inconvenience.
Due to unhealthy air quality, the campus will be closed on August 24th, 2020. All virtual services and classes will continue as normal.
Power has been restored. Athletic events will continue as scheduled. The campus will re-open today, September 8th at 4pm. In-person evening classes will be held.
POWER OUTAGE: Wednesday, September 8, 2021 - Due to the PG&E power outage, Las Positas College will be closed until 4pm. Power is expected to resume by 1pm. Evening classes will be held.
CLPCCD email is currently unavailable for some District and College users. ITS has identified the problem and is working diligently to resolve the issue. We do not have an estimated time of resolution of this matter. We will update you as necessary. Thank you for your patience.
COVID-19 Update: Las Positas College is returning to provide in-person classes and student support services. Learn more.
All students accessing in-person classes and services must show proof of vaccination before starting classes. Learn more.
Employee Email: Due to multiple email issues, the deadline for submitting grades has been extended to 11:00 pm Thursday, May 28, 2020. ITS understands the difficult timing of these issues for communicating with students and is working to restore the problem server as quickly as possible. These servers will be replaced over the Summer.
From our community partner the City of Livermore: Have you provided input on YOUR City Council district lines or community of interest yet? Participate in the redistricting process!
Join us to hear the story of Dr. Nicole B. Simpson. She is a 9/11 World Trade Center survivor who worked on the 73rd floor of Tower II on September 11, 2001. Learn from a survivor and economic trauma expert with many years in the securities industry who inquires, “If money were not an issue, what would be your life purpose?” Dr. Nicole B. Simpson is a compelling motivational speaker, author and certified financial planner who is actively involved in spiritual, emotional and economic empowerment in the penal system, and the educational system.
Present Colors, National Anthem, Keynote Speaker, and Moment of Silence to remember our fallen.
This event is co-sponsored by the Las Positas College Office of the President.