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Small Business Spotlight: Chocolate and S’more

Our latest Small Business Center Spotlight is Chocolate and S’more! It has been a dream of owner, Sheila Hall since college at East Carolina University and first came to mind when she started pairing sweet and savory ingredients together to make a s’more. While technically not a coffee business, coffee drinks are on the menu Read More
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Small Business Center Fuels NC Entrepreneur’s Success

Another Small Business Center success story! Thanks to the guidance and support she received from Brunswick Community College’s Small Business Center, Jessica Pickett (pictured) will spend August 5, 2022, opening Swell-Home, a Hunter Douglas Gallery servicing residential and commercial clients. Her showroom will feature fresh concepts in window treatments and interior design, perfect for Coastal Read More

Nursing Information Session

Prospective nursing students now have the opportunity to learn more about BCC’s nursing programs through our online information session.

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

Zoom With Us on Teal Tuesday

Join Admissions, Academic Support, and Financial Aid for a Zoom Chat.  We are here to help and answer all of your questions about Brunswick Community College. Drop-in Tuesday between 6pm-7pm via Zoom:  https://zoom.us/j/96573521005  Meeting ID: 949 1563 6132Passcode: tealCome chat with us! Dates Topics Tuesday, February 9, 2021 Upcoming Deadlines, Applying, and Transferring to 4-Year Schools 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

Business and Industry Incubator

Brunswick Community College’s Business and Industry Incubator is designed to accelerate the development of entrepreneurial occupants through an array of business support and resources. These services are intended to increase the survival rate of occupants business for the retention of employees and to enhance business expansion opportunities to grow the local economy. The incubators can Read More