Bakersfield College

Student Organization List

Recognized Student Organizations

Student Organizations at Bakersfield College provide an opportunity for students with a common interest to form a membership group and develop activities/events that form a sense of community. They are active throughout the year.

  • Abbreviation: AdvoCATS
  • Advocats Club Website
  • President: Erica Valles
  • Treasurer: Vanessa Ochoa
  • ICC Rep.: Alondra Tamayo
  • Advisor: Diana Cason
  • Mission Statement: To recruit, train, and empower every existing and potential AdvoCAT to grow the animal advocacy on campus. In order for an AdvoCATS chapter to be effective and have purpose, it should strive to represent the AdvoCATs and SOXrescue.org; bring an ideological balance to the campus; recruit potential AdvoCATS on college campuses; help abandoned cats & kittens find their forever homes.
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  • Abbreviation: AASU
  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information
  • Advisor: Julian West
  • Mission Statement: The African American Student Union (AASU) is to promote a cohesive relationship between the faculty/staff and the African American Students attending Bakersfield College. This will be accomplished by promoting academic development and self-awareness, increasing cultural knowledge, boosting political mindfulness and enhancing social life at BC.
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  • Abbreviation: Ag Club
  • Ag Club Website
  • President: Danny Escobar
  • Treasurer:  Elka Desjardins
  • ICC Rep.: Aliyah Khan
  • Co-Advisor: Chris McCraw
  • Co-Advisor: Sally Sterns
  • Mission Statement: Bakersfield College AG Club is a diverse group of individuals from every avenue of agriculture. We strive to cultivate successful people by engaging in social gatherings as well as educational and professional opportunities in the food, fiber, fuel, and flora industries.
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  • Meeting Times: 2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month @ 4:30 p.m. at the Horticulture Unit
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  • Abbreviation: ACS Student Chapter
  • President: Anthony Rodriguez
  • Treasurer: Alejandro Marquez
  • ICC Rep: Gustavo Garcia
  • Co-Advisor: Kenward Vaughan
  • Mission Statement: To afford opportunity for students of the chemical sciences to become better acquainted with their peers, to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional association, to obtain experience in preparing and presenting technical material before chemical audiences, to foster a professional spirit among the members, to instill a professional pride in the chemical sciences, and to raise awareness of the responsibilities and challenges of the modern chemist.
  • StudOrg Constitution
  • Abbreviation: ASL
  • President: Rayven Acosta-Webb
  • Treasurer: Emily Loewen
  • ICC Rep.: Lawrence Salcido
  • Co-Advisor: Linda McLaughlin
  • Co-Advisor: Pam Davis
  • Mission Statement: The ASL Club shall be to enhance the learning experience of all students involved in or interested in sign language; to provide both ASL and Deaf students with a way to represent Deaf issues and foster Deaf awareness through support of campus activities; to provide practice opportunities and interaction with members of the Deaf community, thus encouraging proficient use of the language as well as cultivation appreciation and deep respect for Deaf culture.
  • StudOrg Constitution
  • Meeting Times: 2nd Tuesday of each Month from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. in LA202
  • Abbreviation: AIUSA
  • President: Lauren Yoder
  • Treasurer: Jennifer Lule
  • ICC Rep.: Sabrina Franco
  • Advisor: Richard Bolar
  • Mission Statement: Amnesty International was established for the expressed purpose of developing leadership skills as well as an awareness of social responsibilities to encourage students to participate in public affairs. This organization is an entity that is initiated and directed by a group of current BC students who share a common vision in promoting an extra-curricular or co-curricular mission that enriches campus or community life and personal development. Amnesty International is a human rights organization that exists for the purpose of educating others about current human rights abuses, educating others about the principles of human rights, fundraising for victims of human rights abuses, and advocating for human rights.
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  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information.
  • Advisor: Dan Johnson
  • Mission Statement: The Automotive Club is to provide opportunities for students who are passionate about automotive and its engineering, business, and technical side to things. The club was formed with the mindset of becoming affiliated with SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) International and explore options in the automotive and engineering industry.
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  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information.
  • Advisor: Justin Flint
  • Mission Statement: Bible Fellowship is to provide a friendly and open environment where students can come together to study God’s Word and develop a deeper understanding of God’s purpose for their life.
  • StudOrg Constitution
  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information.
  • Advisor: Kimberly Chin
  • Mission Statement: The mission of the Bakersfield Cinema Society is to provide an opportunity to celebrate the art of cinema throughout the years, and provide an environment where all genres of cinema are welcome. In addition, this club will provide a setting for the discussion and analysis of films presented; discussions will promote, among students, public speaking, small group communication, and elaborate a more eloquent vocabulary. By presenting an expansive schedule of screenings and special events, this club will also foster an appreciation of independent and studio films, motion picture history, and the marvelous diversity of the world of cinema.
  • StudOrg Constitution
  • General Email: commclubatBC@gmail.com
  • President:  Melanie Cohen
  • Treasurer: Diana Palencia
  • ICC Rep: Paige Atkison
  • Advisor: Angela Bono
  • Mission Statement: The Mission of the BCCC is to encourage students to network with other Communication majors and faculty, explore career opportunities in the Communication field, and participate in events that provide real-life speaking opportunities, leadership building, and effective communication skills during their two years at Bakersfield College.
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  • Abbreviation: AICSC
  • President:  Brian Sullivan
  • Treasurer: Noe Ramirez
  • ICC Rep.: Tyler Fulinara
  • Co-Advisor: Harold Mendoza
  • Co-Advisor: Edward Rangel
  • Mission Statement: The Artificial Intelligence Computer Science Club is to present the field of computer science to incoming and prospective students of Bakersfield College; to assist current students with computer coding and applications; to present current students with opportunities to meet and ask questions of alumni and other community members working in computer science industries.
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  • Meeting Times: 1st and 3rd Fridays of the month from 1-3pm in Room B11.
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  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information
  • Advisor: Patricia Smith
  • Mission Statement: The unified pursuit of Justice For All. Forged from the knowledge of Criminology.
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  • Advisor: Suzanne Durst
  • Mission Statement: The Culinary Arts Club raises awareness of the Renegade Room and the Culinary Arts Program among the students of Bakersfield College and the community of Bakersfield.
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  • Abbreviation: DISC
  • President: Danita Belmore
  • Treasurer:  Melissa Westbrook
  • ICC Rep.: Caron Thomas
  • Advisor: Terri Goldstein
  • Mission Statement: The purpose of the D.I.S.C. Club is to support and advocate for all BC students with disabilities (e.g., physical, mental and or intellectual challenges). The intention is to break barriers by educating others at BC and in the Bakersfield Community. This occurs by providing and maintaining a network of support and advocacy at Bakersfield College and its ties with the Bakersfield Community to assist disabled students who have a desire and drive to pursue thier educational endeavors in spite of their challenges.
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  • Abbreviation: EEC
  • President: Andrea Lopez
  • Treasurer: Jose Mercado
  • ICC Rep.: Attila Bosze
  • Co-Advisor: Richard Darke
  • Mission Statement: The Mission of the BC Electrical Engineering Club is to provide an engaging and supportive environment for students interested in all related career fields of electronics and electrical engineering. The mission shall be carried out by providing networking opportunities, along with research panels, group trips, and encourage members to join the professional IEEE.
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  • Meeting Times: Every Thursday @ 1 p.m. in SE 04
  • President: Please contact advisor for more information
  • Advisor: Patricia Ramirez
  • Mission Statement: The purpose of the EOPS, CARE, and CalWORKs (ECC) club is to connect students with peer support, encouragement, and unity. The club will enrich student’s academic and college experience by fostering academic excellence, increase program awareness and outreach to all students, and service learning through community service. Through various events and activities, club members will have the opportunity to engage in leadership opportunities. The club will also help the EOPS/CARE/CalWORKs programs with any necessary volunteering or planning with the current and future students.
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  • President: Anthony Gonzalez
  • Treasurer:  Ivan Chavez
  • ICC Rep.: Jenna Leal
  • Co-Advisor: Kimberly Chin
  • Co-Advisor: Patricia Ramirez
  • Mission Statement: Here at Fit Mind Body, we believe that having a successful education begins with having a fit body and mind. We start by having a diverse and non-judgmental zone in which all members can feel welcome - any creed, race, orientation, shape, and fitness level. Our priority is to encourage and support our members to grow mentally, physically, and academically by utilizing a variety of activities such as physical training, meditation and yoga. Above all, improving your wellbeing is our mission.
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  • President: James Tompkins
  • Treasurer: Angel Alvarez
  • ICC Rep.:  Gregorio Castro
  • Co-Advisor: Jonathan Schultz
  • Co-Advisor: Chelsea Esquibias
  • Mission Statement: To accept and support students previously incarcerated and their allies. The organization will serve as a pipeline to success for the advancement of its members. FOTO will provide resources to help members and peers break barriers to succeed in their education, careers, and future. FOTO will be an impartial club, having no political or religious affiliation. 
  • StudOrg Constitution
  • Meeting Times: 10/5 at 5pm @ BCSGA Executive Boardroom, CC-5 ; 10/13, 10/27, 11/3, 11/17, 12/1 at 5pm @ Collins Conference Center
  • Abbreviation: FTC
  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information
  • Advisor: Janet W. Tarjan
  • Mission Statement: To provide opportunities for students to explore teaching as a career; to provide a supportive atmosphere for students as they work toward their goal to become teachers; Emphasis will be palced on networking with current and future teachers in Bakersfield and the surrounding communities.
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  • President: Jared Hansen
  • Treasurer: Isis Gallardo
  • ICC Rep: Tristan Wieser
  • Advisor: Jack Pierce 
  • Mission Statement: The purpose of the Geology Club is to create a community outside the classroom for STEM and non-STEM BC students who are passionate about Geological, Natural/Earth and Environmental Sciences, as well as Anthropology, Archeology, and Astronomy. Members will have an avenue to further their knowledge through group discussions and hands on experience through field trips and may also be exposed to great opportunities such as scholarships and internships.
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  • Abbreviation: H.O.P.E.S. Club
  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information.
  • Advisor: Consuelo Gonzalez
  • Mission Statement: The sole purpose of the H.O.P.E.S. Club is to help talented, bright students further enhance their academic and professional career in their chosen STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) field. The intention is that when these students transfer to their respected universities, their leadership skills can make them successful students wherever they go. This year, scholarships will be given out to the most outstanding and well-rounded students.
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  • Abbreviation: InterVarsity
  • Club General Email
  • President: Samantha Sanchez
  • Treasurer: Marcus Almaguer
  • ICC Rep.:  Sadie Gonzalez
  • Advisor: Andrea Garrison
  • Community Advisor: Jill Vande Zande
  • Mission Statement: To see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed, and world changers developed. InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA is a vibrant campus ministry that establishes and advances witnessing communities of students and faculty. We minister to students and faculty through small group Bible studies, large gatherings on campus, leadership training, thoughtful discipleship and life-changing conferences and events.
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    Bible Study: Mondays from 1-2pm in CSS-4 & Tuesdays from 12-1pm in CSS-4 
    Prayer: Every Monday & Thursday, 12:15-12:45pm on a blanket in the lawn between the CSS & FA buildings
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  • Abbreviation: L.U.P.E.
  • General Email: Lupe.De.Bc@gmail.com
  • President: Tania Bernal
  • Treasurer: Jesus Trigueros
  • ICC Rep.: Carlos Avendano
  • Co-Advisor: Manuel Rosas
  • Co-Advisor: Pedro Ramirez
  • Mission Statement: To increase Dreamers to get a higher education regardless of any political obstacles and be a safe space for others. We will work as a team to bring a better life for ourselves and others in our community by increasing educational awareness, political advancement, community, and campus involvement. We will encourage other Dreams to follow their dreams!
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  • Meeting Times: Sept 11, Sept 25, Oct 9, Oct 23, Nov 6, Nov 20, Dec 4 from 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. in the BCSGA Executive Boardroom, CC-5
  • President: Aaron Chao
  • Treasurer: James Plain
  • ICC Rep: Patrick Chao
  • Advisor: Jonathan Brown
  • Mission Statement: Our mission is to promote the understanding the usefulness of mathematics campus-wide by providing a social atmosphere for those who are interested in or would like to know more about mathematics. Another goal shall be to provide opportunities for students to increase in their understanding and enjoyment of mathematics by participation in regional and national mathematics contests and conferences.
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  • Abbreviation: M.E.Ch.A
  • General Email: mecha.bc2016@gmail.com
  • President: Dezi Von Manos
  • Treasurer: Belinda Rickett
  • ICC Rep.: Emmanuel Limaco
  • Advisor: Olivia Garcia
  • Mission Statement: We are a diverse organization of students celebrating members' Chicano/Chicana or otherwise Latin-American heritage and background, united with the common purpose and goal of promoting educational achievement and advancement through Higher Education and community involvement. Our purpose is to empower students of all backgrounds, pursuing excellence and leadership, in order to truly make a difference for the people of our communities. 
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  • Meeting Times: Every other Friday from 11:00 a.m. to Noon in the BCSGA Executive Boardroom, CC5
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  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information
  • Advisor: Susan Abbassi
  • Mission Statement MSA is cultural organization dedicated to promoting the Islamic cultural heritage. The organization seeks to increase the general public awareness about Muslims and Islam, and to enhance a better understanding of their history and contributions to the world. MSA hopes to counter negative stereotypes and to erase misconceptions about the Muslim people by fostering their cultural heritage, identity and values and their past and present contributions to humanity. Also, it is among the goals of the MSA to facilitate Islamic practice for members in any possible way. Moreover, one of the goals of MSA is to act as a venue where Muslims and Muslim Americans can display and share different aspects of their culture with others.
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  • Abbreviation: NAMI
  • President:  Allison Ruger
  • Treasurer:  Shyann Padilla
  • ICC Rep.: Jennifer Dooley
  • Advisor: Timothy Burke
  • Mission Statement: The mission of the NAMI Club is to recognize that the key concepts of recovery, resiliency and support are essential to improving the wellness and quality of life for all persons affected by mental illness. NAMI will advocate at all levels to ensure that all persons affected by mental illness receive the services that they need and deserve, in a timely fashion. Mental illnesses should not be an obstacle to a full and meaningful life for persons who live with them.
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  • Abbreviation: NSBE
  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information
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  • Advisor: Christopher Anderson
  • Mission Statement: To increase the number of culturally responsible Black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community. 
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  • Mission Statement: The Outdoors Club engages students in hiking, wilderness trekking, mountaineering, backpacking, and helping our community by planting trees and cleaning local recreation areas.
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  • President:  Please contact the advisor for more information 
  • Advisor: Peter LeGrant
  • Mission Statement: The Philosophy Club facilitates greater communication between students who are interested in thinking critically in various aspects of their livelihoods, be it their jobs, schooling, or other aspects of their lives.
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  • Abbreviation: PTK
  • President: Molly Robidoux
  • Treasurer: Mariah Earl
  • ICC Rep.: Emmanuel Limaco
  • Advisor: Charles Kim
  • Mission Statement The purpose of this Chapter shall be to recognize and encourage scholarship among students of Bakersfield College. To achieve this purpose, the Chapter shall provide an opportunity for the development of leadership and service, for an intellectual climate for exchange of ideas and ideals, for lively fellowship for scholars, and stimulation of interest in continuing academic excellence.
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  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information
  • Co-Advisor: Charles Kim
  • Co-Advisor: Pearl Urena
  • Mission Statement: The Pre-Law Club promotes law-related activities for Pre-Law scholars. These activities include law school information sessions, campus visits to law school, statewide debate competitions, local internship opportunities, and social events. 
  • StudOrg Constitution
  • Abbreviation: PMC
  • General StudOrg Email
  • President:  Catherinne Pereira 
  • Treasurer: Randeep Gill
  • ICC Rep.: Steven Garcia
  • Advisor: Joe Saldivar
  • Mission Statement: Pre-Med Club is to keep students in all aspects of medicine. PMC will take the hopes and dreams of students interested in all aspects of medicine and turn them into realities. PMC will address the crisis our country faces that is the doctor shortage happening within our borders by giving our members opportunities to excel. Our mission is to solidify the decision and assist student’s journey towards their future in medicine. The culminating goal is to help our community in whatever way we can, which not only includes healing but volunteering and offering our time for great causes.
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  • Meeting Times: Each Thursday in BCSGA Executive Boardroom, CC-5 at 12:15 pm
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  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information
  • Advisor: Chad Newton
  • Mission statement: The Pre-physician Assistant Club is to develop student knowledge regarding the Physician Assistant profession. To acquaint students with the Physician Assistant profession and the admission process through seminars, guest speakers, and community service opportunities; all of which that will effectively prepare students to enter the diverse PA schools in the US. This club will also work to equip students with the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and commitment necessary to enter the practice of medicine as physician assistants and assume responsibility, with physician supervision, for the primary health care needs of their patients.
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  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information
  • Co-Advisor: Sarah Baron
  • Mission Statement: The mission of the Bakersfield College Red Cross Club is to prevent human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. The BC Red Cross Club will learn, practice and exemplify humanitarian values through mission-related service projects.
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  • Abbreviation: RPSC
  • President: Jose Cortez
  • Treasurer: Colby Green
  • ICC Rep.: Chase Knight
  • Co-Advisor: Tim Capehart
  • Co-Advisor: Brent Burton
  • Mission statement: To educate the members of the club on how to successfully prepare, maintain, and execute their jobs well once in the desired field. Also, to reach out to  the community to help make the public are and safe. 
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  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information
  • Advisor: Daymon Johnson
  • Mission Statement: To work for the election of Republican candidates for public office; to contribute to the growth and influence of the Republican Party on campus to support and participate in the formation of the principles and policies of the Republican Party; to recruit Bakersfield College students and those students affiliated with the Kern Community College District as members of the club and as members of the Republican Party; to promote good government at all levels and to develop political skills and leadership abilities of college students as preparation for the future.
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  • Abbreviation: BCRenegamers
  • General StudOrg Email
  • StudOrg Website: http://bcrenegamers.weebly.com
  • President:  Chad Hidalgo
  • Treasurer:  Lawrence Salcido
  • ICC Rep.: Alexandra Apatiga
  • Advisor: Manuel Fernandez
  • Mission Statement: Campus Gamers was established for the express purpose of developing leadership skills as well as an awareness of social responsibilities to encourage students to participate in public affairs. This organization is an entity that is initiated and directed by a group of current BC students who share a common vision in promoting an extra-curricular or co-curricular mission around gaming that enriches campus or community life and personal development. 
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  • Meeting Times: 2nd and 4th Fridays from 1-4pm
  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information
  • Co-Advisor: Lillian Pimentel-Stratton
  • Co-Advisor: Loy Salarda
  • Mission Statement: The American Cancer Society is the nationwide, community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer, saving lives, and diminishing suffering from cancer, through research, education, advocacy, and service. The Relay for Life Club aids is to raise funds, continue awareness, community service, educate the BC and Delano communities, and participate in the annual Relay for Life and other cancer-related events.
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  • President:  Juan Contreras
  • Treasurer: Chayce Howard
  • ICC Rep:  Robbie Montero-Blanks
  • Advisor: Helen Acosta
  • Mission Statement: The purpose of SAGA shall be to act as an advocate for students of the sexual and gender minority communities; to facilitate a safe environment for sexual and gender minority students and allies; to offer support to affiliate organizations of local high schools, and to promote a culture of acceptance through education. 
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  • Abbreviation: SHaWAC
  • President: Mataalofa Hubbard 
  • Treasurer:  Vicente Lopez
  • ICC Rep.: Alexa Rivera
  • Advisor: Ray Purcell
  • Mission Statement: To promote campus core value of wellness and ensure that health and wellness value is integrated into campus activities 
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  • Meeting Times:  3rd Thursday of each month at 3pm, BCSGA Executive Boardroom (CC-5)
  • Abbreviation: SLA
  • President: Lawrence Salcido
  • Treasurer: Rico Carrillo
  • ICC Rep.: Chase Gause
  • Advisor: Susan Pinza
  • Mission Statement: The Tutoring Club has the purpose of creating an environment which fosters learning and cooperation between tutors of different departments and students in order to enhance the experience and development of those attending Bakersfield College.
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  • Abbreviation: BC-SNA
  • President: Michael Pelzer
  • Treasurer: Patricia Brown
  • ICC Rep.: Peter Galvan
  • Advisor: Traci Hill
  • Mission Statement: The BC-SNA will assume responsibility for contributing to nursing education in order to provide for the highest quality of health care. We will provide programs representative of fundamental interests and concerns to nursing students. As well as aid in the development of the whole person, including his/her professional role, his/her responsibility for health care of people in all walks of life. Our mission is to bring interest to the nursing profession through our work on campus and throughout the community.
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  • Meeting Times: On a Tuesday once a month from 3-4:30. The schedule of meetings is posted at the beginning of the semester as they vary in relationship to nursing faculty meeting schedule.
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  • Advisor: Steven Holmes
  • Mission Statement: Active Students at Bakersfield College who want to support fellow renegades in their civic responsibilities.
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  • General Email: BCStudentsforLife@gmail.com
  • President: Mary Carrizales
  • Treasurer: Destinee Neville
  • ICC Rep.:  Kristin Grau
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  • Mission Statement: To seek to save lives threatened by abortion and euthanasia by promoting respect for human life at Bakersfield College on a local, state, and national level. Seeking to educate students on life issues - to help those in need so that life is a promising choice, and to work with others who share these goals.
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  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information.
  • Co-Advisor: Patricia Smith
  • Mission Statement: Students for Sensible Drug Policy is an international grassroots network of students who are concerned about the impact drug abuse has on our communities, but who also know that the War on Drugs is failing our generation and our society. SSDP mobilizes and empowers young people to participate in the political process, pushing for sensible policies to achieve a safer and more just future, while fighting back against counterproductive Drug War policies, particularly those that directly harm students and youth.
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  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information.
  • Advisor: Li Kang Lu 
  • Mission Statement: Students for the Truth are believers in Christ from various backgrounds. We love the Lord Jesus Christ and endeavor to give Him "the first place in all things" (Col. 1:18). Our desire is to cooperate with Him for the accomplishment of God's eternal purpose (Eph. 3:11) by ministering the unsearchable riches of Christ (Eph. 3:18) for the building up of the Body of Christ (Eph. 4:12). The purpose of this organization is: (2) To provide complimentary study Bibles (Recovery Version) to any BC student who would like to receive one; (3) To help students know Christ as the Word of God by learning to use the Recovery Version’s extensive Bible study tools (outlines, footnotes, and cross-references); and (3) To connect BC students with other Christian students in the area and with Christian families in the local community.
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  • Abbreviation: TC
  • President: Dillon Thompson
  • Treasurer: DeCymber Frank
  • ICC Rep.: Martin Arroyo
  • Advisor: Kimberly Chin
  • Mission Statement: Bakersfield College Theater Club allows students to interact and participate in the performing arts. We expose students and our campus to the fine arts, allowing students to get experience on stage, backstage, and off the stage. We encourage our fellow students to try and experience all different forms of performing arts from all different cultures and traditions.
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  • Abbreviation: BCVC
  • President: Cristian Gutierrez
  • Treasurer: Miguel Valle
  • ICC Rep.: Robert Enger
  • Co-Advisor: Paul Beckworth
  • Mission Statement: The Veterans Club will be to serve as a support system for student veterans, as well as family members of veterans and supporters. This organization will help provide information & referrals regarding services through the Veterans Affairs and other agencies.  In addition, the Veterans Club will strive to coordinate information and services to assist veterans, family, and friends toward successful transitions to careers and/or higher education. The Bakersfield College Veterans Club will be an impartial club, having no political or religious affiliation.
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  • Advisor: Colin Smith
  • Mission Statement: Our mission is to increase the accessibility of robotics, to teach and develop basic concepts of construction and coding, to promote interest and participation in robotics, and to put the knowledge of concepts to practical use in local competitive leagues.
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  • President: Please contact the advisor for more information.
  • Advisor: David Koeth
  • Mission Statement: The Mission of the Visual Arts League is to encourage student growth in the visual arts, provide opportunities for networking with other art students, and assist students in their exploration of career opportunities.
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  • Advisor: Gustavo Enriquez
  • Mission Statement: The mission of WECOMM (We Communicate) is to educate students about the diverse values of Communication, and encourage fellow scholars to consider this essential discipline as a major/or receive a certificate in Communication. Above all, our club is designed to inspire others, inside and outside of the classroom. Whether we meet our aspirations through volunteer work events, hosting prominent guest speakers, or simply by helping others with interpersonal relationships, WECOMM is committed to represent professionalism and give back to the citizens of Central California.
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