Bakersfield College

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Bakersfield College was founded in 1913 and is one of the nation's oldest continually-operating community colleges. The college serves 15,000 students on the 153-acre main campus in northeast Bakersfield, at the Weill Institute in downtown Bakersfield, and at the Delano Center 35 miles north of Bakersfield. Classes are offered on a traditional 16-week semester calendar as well as in a variety of non-traditional scheduling options: evenings, weekends, short-term vocational programs, instructional television and on-line. Bakersfield College has a program to help you fulfill your dream, whether your goal is to earn an associate degree, transfer to a four-year institution, gain new job skills or explore lifelong learning opportunities

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Bill Kelly
Professor of Agriculture ; Counselor at Bakersfield College
Nick Jacobs
Head Men's & Women's Tennis Director at Bakersfield College
Ron Kean
Professor Emeritus at Bakersfield College
Reggie Bolton
Assistant Football Coach / Health Insrtuctor at Bakersfield College
LOY SALARDA
Teaching Assistant at Bakersfield College
Kailani Henry
Professor of Business and Accounting at Bakersfield College
Cindy Collier
Dean, Career and Technical Education at Bakersfield College
Lesley Bonds
Director, Student Success & Support Program at Bakersfield College
Marilyn Davidson
Administrative Assistant at Bakersfield College

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