1519 Clearlake Road
Cocoa, FL 32922
Starting Monday, Sept. 24, 2012 the new Imbiss Cafe will be open Mon. - Thurs. from 8 AM to 3 PM in Building 11, Cocoa Student Services. Serving fresh subs, burgers, wraps and gyros, plus breakfast all day. Call ahead for faster service 433-7282.
Admissions, Advising,Testing and more are housed in Ralph M. Williams Student Center on the Cocoa Campus. Students enjoy dining here at the Imbiss Cafe.
Visit the fascinating BCC Astronaut Memorial Planetarium & Observatory for science exhibits, lectures, Iwerks movies, laser shows and more.
Cocoa students enjoy diverse activities in the Quad. Campus clubs include the African American Student Union, Creative Writing, Gospel and Welding groups.
Student musicians in BCC's Performing Arts programs frequently entertain the public at the Bernard Simpkins Fine Arts Center, located on the Cocoa Campus.
The BCC/UCF Joint-Use Library by Clearlake is a 121,000 square- foot learning hub for students, featuring open stacks, conference rooms and exhibit space.
Cocoa Campus is the oldest and largest of BCC's four campuses. Well-known for its innovative ideas in providing unique services and opportunities for students, the Cocoa campus is the home of the Florida Solar Energy Center and the Astronaut Memorial Planetarium — the third largest in the country.
It also boasts two joint-use facilities with the University of Central Florida — the BCC/UCF Joint Use Library and the Clark Maxwell, Jr. Lifelong Learning Center — and a new STEM building designed to house classrooms, labs and workforce facilities targeting the subjects of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Dr. Kathinka Babb
Dr. Yamamoto has served as Mathematics Department Chairman at the Cocoa Campus since 2004. Scholarly specialty? Partial differential equations.