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BC officials discuss possibility of reopening

Jocelyn Perez, Reporter

April 14, 2020

Bakersfield College Faculty discussed new plans for the months coming as well as current adjustments on Tuesday April 14.  Bakersfield College President, Sonya Christian, stated she and other officials have begun the preliminary thought processes in reopening the BC campuses. After the curve of COVID-19 goes down, precautions will be continued to be practiced by staff and ...

Nursing at BC has its issues

Rhiannon Stroberg, Features Editor

September 23, 2015

Bakersfield College nursing students have been having issues getting into several of the courses required to complete the nursing program. BC’s nursing program has several classes that are mandatory for nursing students to take in order for them to complete the program, however, due to the overwhelmingly high volume of students in the program, these students in particular...

BC nursing celebrates 60-year anniversary

Hannah Breeland, Reporter

November 15, 2012

In 1952, Bakersfield College had its very first graduating class for the Vocational  Nursing program. On Nov. 7, BC celebrated the 60-year anniversary milestone in the Math and Science building with past and present graduates and students. Dean of Nursing/Allied Health Cindy Collier was all smiles while eating the anniversary cake. “This is the oldest program on...

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