SG Documents

Bakersfield College/Bakersfield (BC) - SGA Clubs

Description:Bakersfield College's Student Government Association encourages student involvement on and off-campus. Among the many ways students can be involved within the campus and community are through various clubs and organizations. Below are the active campus clubs.


African American Student Union
Advisor: Ishmael Kimbrough and Victoria Coffee

Agriculture Club
Advisor: Lindsay Ono
About: Agriculture Club forms a club of Bakersfield College students who are interested in agriculture and promote agriculture at Bakersfield College and in the community.
Architecture Club
Advisor: Duane Anderson
About: The purpose of the Architecture Club shall be to organize architecture students and combine their efforts to advance the science and art of architecture, to promote excellence in architectural education, training, and practice, and to foster an appreciation of architecture and related disciplines among all persons.
Bake This!
Advisor: Suzanne Davis
About: In support of the current culinary program we will expand on the foundations of sugar work, chocolateiering, cake decorating, bread making, and all aspects that will enhance the baking experience and provide us for what is to come in the professional culinary world.
Business Club
Advisor: Gail Richardson

Colleges Against Cancer
Advisor: Kim Hurd
About: The Colleges Against Cancer Club's main purpose is advocating cancer awareness, bringing cancer control within the community, volunteering at the local Relay For Life event, and celebrating survivorship of cancer patients.
Engineer's Club
Advisor: Liz Rozell
Website: Click here
About: The purpose of this club is to unite students in furthering the intellectual and social status of Bakersfield College and engaging in group exploration of the professional practice of engineering.
Future Teachers Club
Advisor: Janet Tarjan
About: The purpose of the Bakersfield College Future Teachers Club shall be to provide opportunities for students to explore teaching as a career. Another purpose shall be to provide a supportive atmosphere for students as they work toward their goal to become teachers. Emphasis will be placed on networking with current and future teachers in Bakersfield and the surrounding communities.

Hispanic Organization Promoting Engineering & Science

Advisor: Consuelo Gonzalez
About: H.O.P.E.S. promotes the advancement of Latino students with a focus on Engineering and Science, not excluding any other interested parties.

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

Advisor: Janet Fulks
About: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship aims to establish a witnessing Christian community on campus for all students to investigate the devine person of Jesus Christ.
Lub Dub Club
Advisor: Donna Headrick

Advisor: Robert Torres, Manuel Gonzales, Jo Ann Acosta
About: The mission of this club is to educate and enrich college students and promote cultural awareness throughout the community. Sutdents are welcome to participate regardless of their cultural background or ethnicity.
Math Club
Advisor: Janet Tarjan

Movimiento Estudiantil de Aztlan (MECHA)
Advisor: Rosa Garza

Phi Theta Kappa
Advisor: Jason Stratton
Website: Click here

Pre-Med Club
Advisor: Joe Saldivar
About: The purpose of the Pre-Med Club is to bring together and organize students who are planning on entering the health field on the professional level. This would include though not excluding those individuals who are planning on matriculating at a four-year institution and from that point on to do graduate work to achieve a degree or certificate in the following areas: Medical Doctor, Doctor of Dental Surgery, Doctor of Pharmacy, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Doctor of Chiropractic Medicine, Physical Therapy, Physicians Assistant, Sports Medicine, Dental Hygienist, Radiology Technician, Psychology, and Nursing.
Renegades Scuba Team
Advisor: David Miller

Transfer Club
Advisor: Barbara Braid
About: The development of the Transfer Club is to educate, inform and equip students with the tools needed to transfer to four-year institutions whether it be private or public. The Transfer club is aimed at increasing, informing, and promoting more students to further their education, while taking for granted the various social and ecological issues that may hinder or prevent students from becoming successful.
Tutoring Club
Advisor: Hillary Neumeister

Information Courtesy of BC SGA Website