The Renegade Pantry will be offering a drive-through service with limited hours during the physical closure. Upon arrival to campus, please call (661) 395-4841 and our staff will bring the items to you. Please do not exit your vehicle, but show us your BC ID. While our team has been aggressively pursuing nutritional supplies to alleviate the burden of food insecurity on our students, the nature of this evolving situation means that we are running out fast. We encourage members of our community to come get what they need before it’s all gone. More information is available online at the Pantry Webpage.
At this time, the Office of Student Life has transitioned into a virtual meeting environment. You can continue to make appointments with your support via email or by calling them. You can also request assistance by emailing email@example.com where we can set up a private and confidential Zoom meeting.
At this time, the Office of Student Life has transitioned into a virtual meeting environment. Faculty, staff, and students can still submit incident report via the Student Conduct Webpage. You can also request a private and confidential zoom meeting with the Director of Student Life by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes! All BCSGA activities and meetings have been moved to a virtual platform. You can also request assistance by emailing email@example.com or check out the BCSGA Webpage for more information. All BCSGA meetings and their supplements are posted on the BC Committee Webpage. BCSGA will follow the Executive Order N-25-20 issued by the California Governor in relation to the Brown Act for its essential meetings.
The California Governor has issued Executive Order N-25-20 and paragraph 11 and its subsections state in relation to the Brown Act:
Notwithstanding any other provision of state or local law, including the Bagley-Keene Act or the Brown Act, a local legislative body or state body is authorized to hold public meetings via teleconferencing and to make public meetings accessible telephonically or otherwise electronically to all members of the public seeking to attend and to address the local legislative body or state body, during the period in which state or local public officials impose or recommend measures to promote social distancing, including but not limited to limitations on public events. All requirements in both the Bagley-Keene Act and the Brown Act expressly or impliedly requiring the physical presence of members, the clerk or other personnel of the body, or of the public as a condition or participation in quorum for a public meeting are hereby waived.
In particular, any otherwise-applicable requirements that:
Are hereby suspended, on the conditions that:
In addition to the mandatory conditions set forth above, all state and local bodies are urged to use sound discretion and to make reasonable efforts to adhere as closely as reasonably possible to the provisions of the Bagley-Keen Act and the Brown Act, and other applicable local laws regulating the conduct of public meetings, in order to maximize transparency and provide the public access to their meetings.
The 2020 Spring BCSGA Elections have been postponed to the week of April 13. Go to the BCSGA Elections Meet the Candidate Webpage to view the candidate bios and statements, and the ballot measures. BCSGA Elections have always been online via InsideBC and will continue to bring our student body the same service.
At this time, the Office of Student Life has transitioned into an online experience. We will continue to bring events and activities to you through an online platform. You can also email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any ideas. For a list of our upcoming events, please visit the Student Virtual Events Webpage.