BCC offers an affordable education on Florida's Space Coast. Check out career and degree choices at our Explore Program Options link. Complete the easy admissions process by clicking Enrollment Steps and be sure to explore all the Financial Aid & Scholarship opportunities to help you pay for college.
BCC employs more than 1,000 full-time and part-time faculty and staff, making the College one of the major employers in Brevard County. With up-to-date resources and technology, we are able to provide top-notch instruction and excellent student support.
Your success is our top priority. BCC advisors can help you prepare for a rewarding career or get ready to pursue additional degrees. Plus you'll find the resources you need to navigate your BCC experience.
Keeping our graduates connected to BCC is the key mission of our Alumni Association. The BCC Foundation supports the college with fundraising programs and coordinates student scholarships. Get involved & make a difference.
Brevard Community College takes seriously its responsibility to provide Academic Support
services to meet the individual needs of all students. Our departments and programs
Academic Advising, with services located in the Student Center at each campus. Advisors assist you
with planning a degree program, understanding your responsibilities as a student and
succeeding in your academic career at BCC.
The collegewide Career Planning & Development Center, with a location on each campus. Throughout your college experience, career planning
can help you reach your goal of becoming a skilled and marketable employee.
English Language Studies (ELS), offering courses that address the needs of BCC students whose native language
is not English and who need English instruction to pursue their academic or vocational
Learning Labs, offering comprehensive academic assistance and support, including tutoring, to help
TRiO-Student Support Services, providing academic support for first-generation college students (students whose
natural or adoptive parents have not completed a bachelor's degree) and students with
low taxable income.