Kern Community College District
Kern Community College District (KCCD) is a three-college district located in the Central Valley of California. The three colleges are Bakersfield College, Cerro Coso Community College, and Porterville College. All three colleges have established Dual Enrollment and Concurrent Enrollment programs for students to earn college credit while in high school. District policy allows each college to waive enrollment fees for high school students in these programs.
High school students taking college courses in KCCD have two options: (1) they can register for courses on a college campus, a satellite location, or online through Concurrent Enrollment or (2) they can be enrolled in courses that are offered on their high school campus through a Dual Enrollment partnership which is defined by an MOU Agreement between KCCD and the high school district. Some high school partners also offer tailored “Early College” programs for students to complete college credits, certificates, or degrees while in high school, but these programs vary by college, district, and high school.
Each college has slightly different definitions and processes for the programs that they have established for students to earn college credits, certificates, and/or degrees while in high school. To support program and enrollment growth across the district, the dual & concurrent enrollment transition teams were formed by each college and at the district office. The status of programs and the work of this transition team is outlined in the document ""Baseline Report: Dual Enrollment, Concurrent Enrollment & Early Collee in Kern Community College District".
Existing High School Partnerships
- Agreement Instructions & Deadlines
- KCCD Non-CCAP Dual Enrollment MOU Template
- KCCD Non-CCAP Course Agreement (CA) Template
- KCCD Non-CCAP Course Instructor Agreement (CIA) Template