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Due COVID-19, events and meetings for gatherings of large groups are best to be held virtually. Thus Meetings can be held in a virtual format. If you need Student Life to create a longer or repetitive zoom meeting than 40 minutes, complete the zoom request form. You must include your BC email as the point of contact and your advisor or faculty member's BC email. Once the zoom link is created, the same link can be used for multiple meetings during the same semester.
By completing this form allows you to request a room or space at the BC Panorama Campus for your next event, sale, performance, etc. StudOrg must be registered with the Office of Student Life. There will be a $50 vendor fee for all off-campus requestors. Please submit this form at least two (2) weeks ahead to ensure that you will get your space. This process takes between three (3) to five (5) instructional days for a confirmation to be sent back to you.
By completing this form allows your organization to reserve various equipment from the Office of Student Life. Items include the golf carts, sound system, vendor machines, etc. Please note that some items may have a cost associated with the checkout, but there are no costs for registered student organziations.
This agreement is for an individual (1 person) who is coming onto campus for an event and nothing more. No other funds including travel or per diem are given to the speaker, the agreement can be marked at a Zero ICA.
This form is to be filled out by the individual who is coming onto campus for a voluntary purpose. This agreement is only an offer of volunteer service and is not binding until lawfully approved by the Kern Community College District’s governing board.
BCSGA provides American Sign Language interpreting services for eligible students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing and registered with the Office of Disabled Students Programs and Services at Bakersfield College. These services are also available for students, faculty, staff, and community members for BCSGA sponsored campus events.
For all food requests, a list of attendees must be provided when submitting your invoice for payment. The list of attendees should match the number of guests you requested food for your requested event.
The U.S. Copyright Act (Title 17 of the United States Code) governs how copyrighted materials, such as films, may be used. Under copyright law, copyright owners have the exclusive right to publicly display their work. Therefore, you must have the proper copyright authorization in order to publicly exhibit a film or video as an event.
In an effort to improve the timeliness of districtwide contract processing, KCCD modified the submittal deadline for ALL contracts to Business Services and modified the Boarddocs posting procedures for all ratification contracts that are valued under $50,000.00 and are thus subject to ratification by the Board of Trustees.
The term "Chalking" refers to the time-honored practice at Bakersfield College of using chalk on designated campus surfaces for messages. Chalking is limited to student organizations that are registered with the Office of Student Life. Chalking may be done no more than 7 days in advance of the event and the Organization members must clean the chalking area immediately afterward by hand.
Registered Student Organizations can have digital media created to advertise for their events, programs, services, and announcements. Submit your requests at least three or more weeks before your event for all services.
A good meeting agenda serve as a guide to participants, making the meeting more efficient and productive. An effective meeting agenda states what activities will take place during the meeting. Minutes are a great way to recap what happened at the meeting and hold everyone accountable.
The Ralph M. Brown Act (California Government Code Sections 54950-54963), was enacted to safeguard the public's right to access and participate in government meetings within the State. The Brown Act applies to California city and county government agencies, boards, and councils. Since student organizations do not fall under any of these definitions, they are not bound by the Brown Act. The Brown Act itself is all the documentation that you need to provide as evidence. The Act specifically states that “legislative bodies” fall under its provisions and goes on to define the various legislative bodies.
This form is used to receive funds from a Student Organization Club Account through the Business Office. Please complete this form with your advisor's signature, account number, requestor’s information, vendor information, detailed information of the items being purchased, and bring it to the Office of Student Life for the final signature of the Director of Student Life. Please note that the requisition process takes about two weeks to complete from the date of submission to Business Services. There are three items needed to be submitted along with this requisition form before processing:
Completed Purchase Requisition Form
Agenda of the Student Organization meeting indicating discussion or expenditure
Approved minutes of the Student Organization meeting indicating the membership approval of expenditure with the exact amount of expense and to who the funds are given to
Your Student Organization Account Balance Sheets states what is currently in your club accounts located in the Business Services. Only the registered President, Treasurer, ICC Rep, or Advisor can make this request.
This form must be completed and returned to the Office of Student Life at least seven (7) instructional days prior to the date of the event. If approved, a copy of this form must be available at the event/activity. When Student Organizations are requesting to sell perishable items on campus for a fundraiser, Student Organization members simply need to fill out this online form. The Office of Student Life will seek the BC Food Services Department's approval and email the Student Organization member regarding the status of the request.
Student Organizations must follow these guidelines when reaching out to individuals, local merchants, or corporations (an agency) for donations/gifts. This is to ensure sure we do not request funds from the same donors multiple times and to ensure the most professional BC representation.
This donation form should be completed when a BC Student Organization is receiving donated services or items from an agency outside of the Bakersfield College. This form must be completed and submitted to the Office of Student Life within 24 hours of receiving the donation.
Teaches food workers the basics of keeping yourself and your customers safe from foodborne illnesses. This video is based on changes to the Washington State Food Code made effective on May 2, 2005.
All Travel Forms and supplemental material are to be completed, signed by respective staff/students/advisor and submitted to the Office of Student Life by the Student Organization Advisor for additional approvals for student trips at least 14 instructional days prior to the start day of travel. By clicking on any of the Travel Form links, the form may not open in a separate window but will download to your computer. The default location to save these files in your “Downloads” folder; however, your computer may be configured to save them in a different folder or desktop. If you cannot locate the files after clicking on the link, search in your computer using “*.pdf” in the search box.
This agreement is created to help the advisor explain that students are expected to meet the KCCD Student Code of Conduct standards for the duration of the trip. Students who fail to uphold these standards may be faced with any or all of the following consequences: sanctions imposed by the host institution, Bakersfield College, Office of Student Life, and/or dismissal from the program.
Completed form is to be submitted by the Student Organization Advisor for their individual school travel expenses. If an employee is driving, an updated Agreement for use of Automobile on School Business form, a copy of their driver’s license and insurance card must be submitted with this form, or on file at the district, which is updated each academic year. Student Per Diem amounts must also be added on this form under "Itemized Other Expenses" as indicated on the "Request for Student Trip" form. All potential estimated expenses, invoices, hotel invoices, registration receipt, MapQuest directions, travel itinerary, and student forms must be submitted along with this form. This form and all supplemental materials must be submitted to Student Organization Advisor supervisor for signature, and then turned into the Office of Student Life at least 14 instructional days before travel.
To be completed by the Student Organization Advisor traveling with students on all approved school trips. All potential estimated expenses, invoices, hotel invoices, registration receipt, MapQuest directions, travel itinerary, and student forms must be submitted along with this form. This form and all supplemental materials must be submitted to Student Organization Advisor supervisor for signature, and then turned into the Office of Student Life at least 14 instructional days before travel.
All students traveling on approved school trips must indicate their emergency contact information. Any student traveling or using private transportation for an approved student trip must be indicated on this form. The student must attach a copy of their driver’s license, insurance card, and fill out the Agreement for Use of Automobile on School Business form. All drivers must be a minimum of 21 years of age.
To be submitted for any student/employee driving on school business and approved student trips. This form is updated each academic year. All drivers must be a minimum of 21 years of age. A copy of their driver’s license and insurance card is to be attached to this form.
This download is intended to supplement the District’s Travel Policies and Procedures contained in Board Policy Manual section 3C in order to assist staff in fully completing the documentation required for employee travel on behalf of the College/District.
Bakersfield College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC), Western Association of Schools and Colleges, 331 J Street, Suite 200, Sacramento, CA 95814, (415) 506-0234, an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. Additional information about accreditation, including the filing of complaints against member institutions, can be found at: www.accjc.org