BCC Instructor Selected as NISOD Excellence Award Recipient

Brunswick Community College is proud to announce that Dr. Cynthia Spencer, an adjunct faculty chemistry instructor, is a recipient of the annual NISOD Excellence Awards. NISOD’s Excellence Awards recognize men and women each year who have demonstrated an outstanding commitment and contribution to their students and colleagues. In 1989, in connection with a University of Read More

Student Spotlight – Alex Casari

Alex enrolled at Brunswick Community College (BCC) after working for several years in the food service industry. As a banquet chef with a business degree, low wages and long hours began to take a toll on Alex’s quality of life. According to Alex, it was not unusual to work ten hours without lunch or a Read More

BCC Named Best Community College in America

Community college is a great option for any number of high school graduates in America. Whether you require more experience to be accepted to a four-year college, want an associate’s degree in a specific skill, or hope to save money on tuition, community college is a viable option for higher education. Not all community colleges are of equal quality, Read More

BCC Named Finalist for National Commitment to Diversity and Equity

BOLIVIA, NC – Brunswick Community College (BCC) has been named a finalist for the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) for the 2020 Awards of Excellence, in the category for Advancing Diversity. The AACC Awards for Excellence recognizes exceptional work among the nation’s two-year colleges. “For over 34 years, the faculty and staff of our Read More

Students with Disabilities to Intern at Local Hospital

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC (WWAY) — Several local organizations are joining forces to equip students who have disabilities with skills that will eventually land them jobs. Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center, Brunswick Community College, and Brunswick County Schools are all partnering to give students with disabilities internships.The Ohio based international program prepares young people with significant Read More

BCC Signs Agreement with University of Mt. Olive

BOLIVIA, NC – On Friday, October 18th, Brunswick Community College (BCC) administration met with the President of the University of Mt. Olive (UMO), Dr. David Pool, to sign a memorandum of understanding to define how UMO will offer its courses at a reduced tuition rate to Brunswick Community College students and employees. Per the agreement, Read More

BCC Celebrates Manufacturing Day

On Friday, October 4th Brunswick Community College and Brunswick County Schools partnered together to showcase the diverse career opportunities available within our local manufacturing industry.  The event brought forty-two high school students together for industry tours, trivia, prizes, and lunch.  Our committee made every effort to address common misperceptions by giving local industry an opportunity Read More

Free economic and workforce development seminars for local businesses and business owners

By Gabrielle Williams | September 18, 2019 at 3:06 AM EDT – Updated September 18 at 6:16 AM BRUNSWICK COUNTY, N.C. (WECT) – Local businesses are the backbone of our community, but there is a lot more to running a business than buying and selling.Brunswick Community College’s Small Business Center program that provides the recourses small businesses Read More

Gift Provides Mobile Workforce Certification Center for BCC Trade Programs

Brunswick County’s rapid growth has exacerbated the critical shortage of skilled construction workers. In fact, the need is so severe that Brunswick Community College (BCC) received a grant titled Pathways to Purpose to educate any willing adult in one or more of the traditional construction trades: carpentry, plumbing, electrical, masonry and HVAC. On August 20th Read More

BCC Trustees Swear in New Member

BOLIVIA, NC – The newest member of Brunswick Community College Board of Trustees was sworn in Thursday, August 15th at the regularly scheduled monthly meeting. Judge Pauline Hankins administered the Oath of Office to new Trustee Ronnie Jenkins. The North Carolina Governor’s Office appointed Mr. Jenkins for a four-year term. His wife, Velva, accompanied him Read More