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Free COVID-19 testing is now available to Chabot-Las Positas Community College District students, employees, and the community. Appointments are required for COVD-19 testing and can be made at

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.

2.2 Challenge Walk or 5K Run

  • 11/09/2019
  • 09:00:00 AM
2.2 Challenge Walk or 5K Run

LPC Veterans First Program & Sean Brock Foundation are hosting a 2.2 Challenge Walk & 5K Run for Veterans Day on November 9.

About this Event

We walk to raise awareness about veteran suicide, and we hope that by walking with us you will be able to help us advocate for mental health support services for student veterans . The goal of the walk is to help inform individuals on this matter and allow those who have already been affected by it an opportunity to share their story. This walk is designed to remember those we have already lost and to unite as a community to remind others that they are not alone. 22 is symbolic of the 22 veterans who commit suicide daily. The 2.2. for 22 Challenge Walk will have various challenge stations that focus on the number 22, e.g., 22 squats, change a tire in 2.2 minutes, drag a fire hose 22 yards, pet one therapy dog for 22 seconds, write a gratitude letter for deployed soldiers in 2.2. minutes, and more.

This year we added a 5k with the Sean Brock Foundation which raises funds to provide scholarships to wounded Veterans and their family members.

Register for the 2.2 Challenge Walk or 5K Run!

Sponsorship Information, Registration, Lawn Memorial Signs, FAQs.