Bakersfield College

Renegade Scorecard: Institutional Effectiveness

BC has 164 C-ID Courses

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C-ID is a supranumbering system being developed to ease the transfer and articulation burdens in California’s higher educational institutions. To learn more about C-ID, please visit our ABOUT page. To access FAQs for faculty and articulation officers, please click here.

Currently, C-ID has 329 approved descriptors and 78 draft descriptors from over 31 different disciplines. To view C-ID’s finalized Descriptors, or to review Draft Descriptors, please visit the DESCRIPTORS page. Once there, you can select finalized descriptors from a drop-down menu. The Draft Descriptors Review and Comment Area can be accessed by clicking on the Review Drafts link on the Descriptors page.

 

To access the CSU courses that have been identified by campuses as comparable to C-ID descriptors, use the COURSES page. You can search for courses by discipline or CSU campus.

 

The California Community College (CCC) courses on this list have been approved by the C-ID program and given a C-ID designation. The courses with this C-ID designation will articulate with any other CCC course with the same designation for course content credit. Any separate General Education (GE) designation a course may have is not connected to the C-ID designation and should not be assumed. C-ID designation cannot be used as justification for GE certification. In addition to the community college to community college articulation, a course with a C-ID course designation will articulate to four-year universities that have approved articulation with that C-ID designation. To access the CSU courses that have been identified by campuses as comparable to C-ID descriptors, use the COURSES page.

 


Chart of historical BC's 50% ratio


Chart of BC historical reserve overview

Student-Counselor Ratio Fall 2013

Note: Bakersfield College has recently hired numerous counselors and educational advisors in an effort to reduce this ratio and provide better service.

Matriculation data for 2014-15

Reports

2015 - 2016
2014 - 2015
2013 - 2014

 

2012-2013


2011-2012


Closing the Loop: Growth of the Document

President Sonya Christian to College Council: May 17, 2013

4 pages covering institutional priority and resource allocation

  • Proposed Student Services Re-organization
  • Review of Degrees, Programs, and Classes
  • System Implementation (Degreeworks/Early Alert)
  • Technology Overview
  • Facilities Overview

Closing the Loop: December 6, 2013

19 Pages organized in three sections

  • Section A: Personnel
    • A1: 4 Organizational Charts
    • A2: 37 Faculty Position Requests
    • A3: 22 Classified Position Requests
  • Section B: Technology
    • B1: 7 Technology Requests
    • B2: 28 Technology Requests Pending Funding
  • Section C: Facilities
    • C1: 24 Facility and Infrastructure Projects
    • C2: 56 Facility and Infrastructure Requests

Section A, B, and C developed for better organization

Projects detailed for better understanding of institutional direction


Closing the Loop: June 30, 2015

25 pages organized in three sections.

  • Section A: Personnel
    • A1: 4 Organizational Charts
    • A2: 37 Faculty Position Requests
    • A3: 22 Classified Position Requests
  • Section B: Technology
    • B: 45 Technology Requests
  • Section C: Facilities
    • C1: 40 Facility and Infrastructure Projects
    • C2: 55 Maintenance and Operations Requests
    • C3: 59 Facilities and Infrastructure Requests

Coverage increase of:

  • 38 Technology Requests
  • 16 Facility and Infrastructure Projects
  • 3 Facility and Infrastructure Requests

And Inclusion of 55 M&O Requests


Closing the Loop: May 19, 2016

43 pages organized in six sections

  • Section A: Personnel
    • A1: 18 Management Positions in response identified needs and will promote student success and completion, operational efficiency and fiscal sustainability
    • A2: 41 Faculty Position Requests
    • A3: 40 Classified Positions
  • Section B: Technology
    • B: 61 Technology Requests
  • Section C: Facilities $4,604,359 YTD
    • C1: 48 Facility Needs and Infrastructure Projects
    • C2: 89 Maintenance and Operations Requests
  • Section D: Professional Development $242,654 Fiscal Year 2015-2016
  • Section E: Categorical and Grants
    • Grant Funding Outlined
    • SSSP and Equity Positions Detailed
  • Section F: Distance Learning
    • Distance Learning Improvements

Coverage increase of:

  • 18 Management Positions
  • 4 Faculty Positions
  • 18 Classified Positions
  • 16 Technology Projects
  • 8 Facility and Infrastructure Projects
  • 34 M&O Requests

Summary

Over the past three years, the Closing the Loop reports have shown how Bakersfield College resources are allocated and connected to strategic goals. These numbers mean many things, but the overall message is clear as day - The Bakersfield College Campus is growing and expanding at an exponential rate.

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