Greetings LABI community! We have relocated some offices in order to be more efficient and effective for our students, guests, and administration. This new flow of office structures will benefit new and exciting events and visits such as Alliance Endorsement Review, ABHE Accreditation visit, College Days, and the LABI students overall.
LABI has relocated the following offices: Chief Academic Officer, Registrar, Enrollment, and Media. The office of the Chief Academic Officer, Registrar, and Enrollment are now located in the Administration Building. The Media Department is now located in the north half of the Academic building. Lastly, the Extensions Assistant, Janet Muñoz, has remained in the same building but relocated to the old office of the Academic Dean.
Check out the new campus map to see where all the offices have moved. #LABIisLEGIT
As a minister and professor of clinical psychology for nearly twenty years, I am aware of the great need to equip our church leaders with the essentials on how to address emotional distress, mental health crisis, and substance abuse issues. Church leaders may benefit from certificate training to help them better understand the symptoms, causes, and treatment options for emotional disorders. Our certificate program in Psychology, Pastoral Care and Counseling is designed to offer that training. This six course program meets Saturdays (10am to 2pm) and can be completed in six months. Graduates will learn about human development, pastoral care and counseling, brain and behavior, common psychological disorders, therapy options as well as an overview of psychopharmacology. Significant church member and pastoral scholarship discounts are available! Please also feel free to contact me directly for more information at (626) 968-1328.
On Wednesday March 11, LABI College President and CEO Dr. Marty Harris will be giving a lecture on the power of “Faith and Diversity”. Dr. Harris will be discussing the Faith Factors, Psychiatric Diagnosis and treatment considerations for the Latina/o community. He will elaborate on topics such as: Latina/o Diversity, The Epidemiological Paradox, and The Etiological Treatment Model. This event will be held at Chapman University and will be presented in front of doctoral students and faculty.
The role of the President’s cabinet at LABI College serves many functions. The role of a cabinet member includes that of a campus leadership review and recommendation body, advisor to the President, and someone who by nature of their role and authority has significant influence over a particular area or group of our community. Further still, cabinet members move and operate as an extension of and with authority of the president’s office; coupled with equal responsibility in making good decisions, protecting our institution, and in taking action through their respective roles. They also meet with the President daily and regularly, through stand-up meetings, staff meetings and cabinet meetings. Their role is also to serve as a critical voice to the stakeholders and constituents they serve. Their role has major impact on affecting policy recommendations, board interactions, and decisions that can have campus wide impact. Please see the link below that shares some about each member. As you see and meet with these folks, please remember to lift them up in prayer, and thank them for their service to your beloved LABI College.
In the spirit of broad communication and transparency, LABI College has been publishing campus reports monthly. These reports are available on-line on the LABI College website (www.labi.edu) and began in October 2014. These campus monthly reports provide an overview of updates prepared by LABI departments and leadership team members representing – LABI College, Institute, Extensions, and Seminary. This report provides an opportunity for monthly community sharing on progress, opportunities, and challenges and related to our goals, programs, people, and processes. Additionally, minutes, agendas and progress reports are also included for all major meetings.
Please click the following link for our latest monthly report (January 2015): http://www.labi.edu/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/CompleteJanuary2015MonthlyReport-2.pdf . For a full list of reports please click on: http://www.labi.edu/monthly-labi-reports/.
For more information, comments, or recommendations please contact Priscilla Sanchez, Executive Editor for the LABI Campus Monthly Report office, at 626.968.1328 Ext. 3023 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year’s event will take place on the LABI College campus from April 9-11. Registration is only $40 and includes an LABI College t-shirt, 2 overnight stays, all meals, night services, workshops, classroom experiences, a raffle ticket for a set of Beats headphones, and for the first time ever a special performance by rap group Social Club! All night services and concert are free of charge! Join us as we invite you to #FOLLOWJESUS For registration information contact the LABI College admission office at 626-968-1328
Join us for our 2nd Writing Center workshop which will cover “Developing Paragraphs”. There will be two sessions: Feb. 17, from 9pm-10pm in classroom 3 and Feb. 20, from 11am-12pm in classroom 3.
Contact the Writing Center Director, Becky Rossi, at BRossi@LABI.edu for more information.
Our new ExCEL certificate program is set to launch Spring 2015! Receive a certificate in 6 months (saturday classes only).
– Church Business and Management
– Youth Ministry
– Psychology, Pastoral Care, & Counseling
– Christian Studies
Find out more information and call us at 626.968.1328!