The new Learning Resource Center building was added to the Bakersfield College-Delano Campus to meet the growing academic and professional needs of the Delano community and surrounding areas.
The City of Bakersfield and other partners are currently working on a $30 million grant application for their Southeast Strong project with the goal of impacting the Southeast community of Bakersfield.
Bakersfield College (BC) held its second annual Consent Fair which brought in over a hundred people and a handful of educational booths.
Dr. Eddie R. Cole is an Associate Professor of Higher Education and Organizational Change at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and the author of the critically acclaimed book The Campus Color Line: College Presidents and the Struggle for Black Freedom.
“Disrespected, irritated, angry, and unwanted,” is how Jordyn Davis explained feeling after being met with a hostile environment from professors at Bakersfield College.
High school seniors express their sentiments on applying to college and their plans for the future.
Op-Ed by: BC Professor, Paula L. Parks Ph.D
As seven African American students walked into a committee meeting at Bakersfield College, there were murmurs, frowns, and hostile stares.
Editors note: Retired California State University of Bakersfield professor, Gonzalo Santos, addressed the Bakersfield College Academic Senate Curriculum Committee in regards to two proposed courses.
Two non-credit classes have been proposed by Oliver Rosales to the Bakersfield College Curriculum committee that will cover the history of Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers (UFW) movement.
A Bakersfield College (BC) professor was removed from their dual-enrollment class after sharing an inappropriate link to his dual enrollment English class at Arvin High School.