Bakersfield College

Step 5: Register for Classes

Register at InsideBC

  1. Log in to InsideBC using your BC email and password.
  2. On the top black toolbar at the top, select MyBanWeb
  3. Select Registration Status from the drop down menu to review your registration day and time.
  4. 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.
  5. You can always return to your Class Schedule by clicking on MyBanWeb and then Class Schedule.
  6. 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.

Helpful Registration Information

All students on probation/disqualification:

You MUST see a counselor before registering.

Tuition & Fees

For information about the cost of attendance, tuition and fees policies, veteran’s benefits, and other important information visit Tuition & Fees.

10-Day Payment Deadline

From the date that you register for a class, you will have 10 days to pay your tuition bill in full or you may be dropped for non-payment.

Making Payment

Pay your bill online.

  • Login to InsideBC
  • Click dropdown menu, MyBanWeb, on black bar
  • Choose Class Schedule
  • Scroll to the bottom of the page, and click Schedule/Bill

You may also make payment by visiting the Business Services office at the Panorama Campus, in the lobby of the Bookstore.

Financial Aid

Apply for Financial Aid. Start the Financial Aid process by applying through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or by applying through the California Dream Act Application. For more information on the right application for you, see Financial Aid.

You are exempt from the 10-day payment timeline if you are eligible to receive Financial Aid and the Financial Aid department has processed your paperwork. Once your application is submitted and Financial Aid has received it, you can login to InsideBC, click on MyBanWeb, click on MyBanWeb Main Menu, and click on the Financial Aid tab for eligibility information.

Early (Priority) Registration

Bakersfield College recognizes that students who complete all enrollment steps (application, orientation, placement, and education planning with an Educational Advisor or Counselor) are more likely to reach their academic goals. These students are given special registration priority appointments to ensure they continue progressing successfully toward their academic goals have the opportunity to continue that progress.

For your first semester of registration, you will receive earlier appointments if you have completed the enrollment steps. The order of appointment assignments is:

Priority Student Groups
Priority 1 Active-duty military, veterans, foster youth*, former foster youth**, DSPS, EOP&S/CalWORKs
Priority 2 Honors students, Presidential Scholars, Dean's List, Student Athletes (Student groups noted for registration in Priority 2 are special populations designated by the colleges)
Priority 3 Continuing students (excluding students on academic standing probation 2) with less than 100 units earned (excluding units in basic English, math, or English as a second language)
Priority 4 Graduating high-school seniors in the KCCD service area
Priority 5 First-term students not included above

*Foster youth is defined as a person who is currently in foster care

**Former foster youth is defined as a person who is an emancipated foster youth and who is up to 24 years of age

Continuing students who have not completed all four enrollment steps will be assigned appointments during the first few days of open registration based on the date they completed their admission/update forms. Students who have attempted less than 100 units will be allowed to register earlier than those with over 100 units attempted.