As of Spring 2010, Bakersfield College will only communicate with you using your college assigned email address. If you don't check your college assigned email address regularly, it will impact your ability to participate in online classes. If you have questions about how to use your college assigned email address, please check the FAQ on the webmail login page.
For help with myBanWeb, Moodle, Wireless Access, Inside BC Portal (Luminis) or any Login/Password/Access, go to the new Online Support Center: http://support.kccd.edu.
Or call: 1 (877) 382-3508.
Fall 2011 Online Course Listings
Why Online Courses?
Online courses provide an opportunity for students to complete all course requirements from their home or office. Depending on the course, students may be required to take proctored or non-proctored examinations. Participants will have the changes to interact with the instructor and other students, regardless of location using a variety of technologies. Online courses allow students with non-traditional work schedules and/or home responsibilities to take college courses and pursue their education. Two easy steps to register for an online class!
Students must have a basic understanding of computer usage, know how to access the Internet and how to send and receive e-mail. Students must have access to the Internet as well as e-mail.
Online Counseling Services - BC's Counseling Office: (661) 395-4421
Assessment Services offered to Bakersfield College online students.
Canít find the class you want? Is the class you wanted full? If so, check out one of the other colleges in the Kern Community College District? Cerro Coso College and Porterville College also offer a variety of online courses to meet your educational needs.