Learn about the history of Laney College as well our mission, vision, and values.
A user-friendly website ensures that everyone can use the site as efficiently as possible.
Information on Laney College’s Accreditation through the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges
List of all Laney’s administrators, directors, and managers.
Basic facts and figures about Laney , our students, and the number of degrees we award every academic year.
Looking for a job? Laney offers life-changing and rewarding work opportunities.
The Laney College Classified Senate was created to encourage participation among Classified Professionals within the Classified Senate and Participatory Governance, while building relationships with administrators, faculty, and unions.
Campus safety information, including crime statistics.
As the primary governing body on campus, the College Council serves as the umbrella group for the various participatory governance committees on campus and brings forward to the College President its recommendations, as appropriate, for consideration and implementation.
The Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 mandates that schools provide an annual notice to all students and staff describing the availability of a wide range of consumer information.
Important contact information for all your needs.
Access information on our facilities, operations, rentals, and campus safety.
Check out press releases, newsletters, and stories on the amazing, innovative, and award-winning projects and people we have at Laney.
Office of Laney President Rudy Besikof
Office of Laney Vice President of Instruction, Rebecca Opsata
Office of Laney Vice President of Student Services
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Your resource for information dissemination at Laney and to the community. Also, information on maintaining the Laney website and how to get your flyers on the campus monitors.
Rooted in social justice, Laney College’s new mission and vision describes our community: a place where students receive access to the highest quality curriculum and instruction while they cultivate a sense of belonging that counters the pervasive inequities our students face in society.