collage of NCSciFest photos

BCC Hosts NCSciFest Event

It was “Full STEAM Ahead” on Friday at Brunswick Community College (BCC), where 100 area 6th graders participated in a North Carolina Science Fest (NCSciFest) event. While on campus, students visited our classrooms and chemistry lab and had a blast learning to launch a rocket, make art with plant pigments, power a boat with soap, Read More
Disaster Response

BCC Hosts Nursing Disaster Response Training

Yesterday was a truly inspiring day for our Nursing students as they participated in the BCC Disaster Response Training. We put our second-year students into teams serving as emergency responders during three intense scenarios, while our first-year ADN students acted as mock patients. We also had eight LPN students join the 2nd year ADN student Read More
a collage of student award winner

BCC Holds 2nd Annual Student Awards Recognition Ceremony

Congratulations to all the amazing students who were recognized last night at our 2nd Annual Student Awards Recognition Ceremony! It was fantastic to see so many of you being honored for your hard work, dedication, and outstanding achievements in academics, athletics, leadership, and community service. You have shown that with perseverance, anything is possible.A heartfelt Read More
the fourth graduating class and instructors from BCC's Electrical Lineworker Program

BCC Celebrates New Graduates During Lineworker Appreciation Month

April is Lineworker Appreciation Month making it the perfect time to celebrate the success of the fourth graduating class of the Brunswick Community College (BCC) Electrical Lineworker Program. The second to graduate under the program’s new pre-apprenticeship status, this class benefitted from the expertise of instructors Raymon Dickson and Ronald Cumbee. The class took full Read More
VP of Student Affairs presents Heather Stull with Student of the Month award

BCC Names Heather Stull Student of the Month

Heather Stull, Student of the Month, doesn’t back down from a challenge. That’s one of the things Information Technology Adjunct Instructor Renard Spratling said when nominating her for the award. “Heather was a student in two of my development courses and admitted from the beginning that she had no experience with coding and was a Read More
April Scott of BCC's Small Business Center and BCC President Gene Smith

President Smith and April Scott “Dive In” to the BCC Small Business Center

It’s time to Dive In! Join BCC President Gene Smith and Small Business Center Director April Scott as they “Dive In” to all the SBC offers current and future business owners throughout Brunswick County. Learn about free business counseling, seminars, webinars; co-working space; manufacturing incubator space; and how you can benefit. Contact April directly at Read More
A group of BIP athletes at Special Olympics spring games

BIP Students Shine in Special Olympics

Town Creek Park in Winnabow, NC, was a sea of athletes on Tuesday, March 29 as the Special Olympics of Brunswick County held its annual Spring Games. Students from the Brunswick Interagency Program (BIP) represented BCC in fine fashion. Excitement, sportsmanship, self-confidence, pride, camaraderie, and so much more was everywhere as athletes prepared to compete, Read More
community college day in Raleigh

BCC Leaders Participate in Community College Day

March 29, 2023 – It is Community College Legislative Day in Raleigh. BCC President Gene Smith is one of hundreds of community college leaders advocating for their schools today. He and members of the BCC Board of Trustees and faculty enjoyed meeting with legislators and other community college stakeholders. This annual event was created by Read More
BCC Staffer Earns Certified Workforce Developer status

BCC Staff Member Earns Certified Workforce Developer Designation

Brunswick Community College VP of Continuing Education/Workforce Development Greg Bland was among the first to complete the new North Carolina Workforce Development Leadership Initiative, a six-month professional training program administrated by NC State University. The initiative is supported by the U.S. Economic Development Administration and created in collaboration with NC State University, the NCWorks Commission, Read More
BCC student, donor, and Foundation Executive Director at a special event

Forty and Eight Helps Nursing Student Succeed

The Foundation of Brunswick Community College Executive Director, Teresa Nelson, had the honor of greeting members of La Société des Quarante Hommes et Huit Chevaux (the Society of Forty Men and Eight Horses more commonly known as Forty and Eight) to Odell Williamson Auditorium for a special event. With her was Rick Sessa of Forty Read More