*Fall 2020 Sport Conditioning Courses* - All student athletes must complete a daily symptom check prior to coming to campus. Click here to fill out the daily check.
Click this link to visit the Bakersfield College COVID-19 page: https://www.bakersfieldcollege.edu/covid19
While the COVID-19 crisis has increased our immediate awareness to prioritize immune health, this is a great time to be reminded about the importance of heart health. The pandemic is showing that a weak cardiovascular system increases our susceptibility for contracting the coronavirus, as well as increasing our chances of heart disease. According to the World Health Organization, cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the #1 cause of death globally, claiming 18 million deaths worldwide annually, accounting for one-third of all deaths. In a guest editorial published in the Journal of American College of Cardiology Keith C. Ferdinand, MD, AAC and Samar A. Nasser, PhD, MPH, PA-C state “To stave off future unnecessary loss of life, the COVID-19 crisis must be seen as an opportunity to finally fully address [cardiovascular disease] disparities and the underlying structural factors.
With the increasing amount data suggesting racial/ethnic and lower socioeconomic groups being socially exposed to coronavirus and have rate of incidence, the COVID-19 pandemic must be seen as an opportunity to fully address lifestyle as medicine: by eating the right foods, incorporating exercise activities in your daily routine, and being mindful of your mental health. Here are 4 simple guidelines to get you started:
- Increase consumption of fresh whole food vegetables and fruits.
- Decrease consumption of processed food (fast food, soda, refined sugar, and foods in a box, bag, or can).
- Increase movement activities and resistance strength training 5-6 days per week.
- Lesson stress and anxiety by knowing you're not in this alone, and seek mental health assistance if necessary.
To learn more about health and lifestyle as a medicine, sign up for upcoming Bakersfield College Kinesiology/Health/Physical Education classes:
Student Athlete Financial Aid Information:
- The 2021 -2022 FAFSA will be available on October 1, 2020.
- The 2021-2022 Scholarship Application will be available on October 1, 2020.
Student Athletes with questions regarding thier financial aid status can reach out to Vanessa Hernandez, Athletics Finacial Aid Technician: Email: email@example.com. They can also visit the Financial Aid Virtual Lobby Monday-Thursday, 8am-4pm https://www.bakersfieldcollege.edu/finaid
Are you RESILIENT?
Student Athletes! stay in shape with our new RESILIENCE at-home training program. Click here to get started.
RESILIENCE II released on April 13, 2020. Click here to get started.
RESILIENCE III released on May 4, 2020. Click here to get started.
How do I receive tutoring help?
To receive tutoring help, visit the college's tutoring page here to schedule an appointment.
How can I obtain a latptop through the Laptop Leaner program?
To fill out an application for the Laptop Leaner program click this link to fill out the application.
How can I get access to the Renegade Pantry for food assistance?
In addition to sanitation protocols, the Office of Student Life continues to provide food, hygiene products, and clothes items through the “Renegade Drive-Thru Pantry.” Students can complete the online form, schedule a pickup date and time, and then stop by the Pantry at Student Life in Levinson Hall to receive your requested non-perishable food items pre-bagged and ready for you at your scheduled time. This includes limited supplies from the Renegade Cabinet (hygiene products) and Renegade Closet items. **When you arrive for your pickup time, you must enter the campus using the Haley & Panorama entrance only and verify our identity with Public Safety prior to entering. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sign up now for Renegade Drive-Thru Pantry.
Student Athlete Registration:
She can clear pre-req's, Math/English holds and access Ed plans, etc. Students will be able to reach her via Zoom (FaceTime), Google Voice number (text), and email.
Register at InsideBC
- Log in to InsideBC using your BC email and password.
- On the top black toolbar at the top, select MyBanWeb
- Select Registration Status from the drop down menu to review your registration day and time.
- Return to the MyBanWeb dropdown menu to select Add or Drop Classes.
- Select the term
- On this page, you can review courses you have registered for and add or drop courses.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and select Class Search.
- Select the course subject and click Class Search.
- Find the specific course you need and click View Sections.
- From here, find the section you need, select its check box on the left, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click Register.
- You will return to the Add or Drop Courses page. If your course is between the blue buttons, review the Status column to ensure you have successfully registered. If your course is not between the blue buttons, scroll down to the Registration Add Errors section. Review the error type and the link View Explanation of Registration Add Errors for additional information.
- When you are finished registering, click Submit Changes.
- Finally, click Complete Registration to review your Schedule/Bill.
- You can always return to your Class Schedule by clicking on MyBanWeb and then Class Schedule.
- You can always return to your Schedule/Bill by clicking on MyBanWeb, then Class Schedule, then scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Schedule/Bill
Free Student Wifi:
The following providers will provide free internet services to students:
- Comcast 1-855-846-8376. Comcast customers will be sent a self-install kit that includes a cable modem with a Wi-Fi router.
- Charter 1-844-488-8395
- Spectrum 1-844-488-8398