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SBCC Seeks Community Input


Santa Barbara City College’s newly hired Superintendent/President Dr. Anthony Beebe started on July 1 and wasted no time reaching out to the community through an online survey. The brief questionnaire asks for opinions on the college’s strengths and weaknesses and poses the hypothetical, “If only I were the new SBCC president, I would …”

“The goal of this is to give you an anonymous opportunity to share your thoughts about the college,” Beebe said in a statement. “How would you better serve the community [if you were in my shoes]?” The survey closes on Friday, July 29. Here is a link to the survey.

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