The Brevard Community College in Cocoa, Florida, is a public two-year institution that is dedicated to engaging and educating a diverse student population to prepare them for transfer to four-year programs or employment upon graduation.
The school understands that, in order to receive a well-rounded education, students must participate in leisure, social and educational opportunities outside of the classroom. It offers many student clubs and organizations to help students develop a sense of community. Students looking for real-world leadership experience may also join the Student Government Association.
The Center for Service Learning encourages students to become involved with the local community and volunteer in its many civic engagement opportunities for an invaluable student life experience.
Academics include associate’s degrees in applied science, science and the arts. Some programs include Business Administration, Crime Scene Technology, Networking Services Technology and Paralegal Studies.
Applied technology diplomas are offered in Dental Assisting, Emergency Medical Technology and Medical Clinic Laboratory Technology.
Admissions require students to submit an official high school or GED transcript and ACT/SAT scores and register for new student orientation. Students who have not taken the ACT or SAT within the past two years must register for placement testing.
Tuition is set lower for Florida residents.
Students who want to be considered for financial aid must file a FAFSA. Forms of aid include Pell grants and Florida Student Assistance grants.
Quick Facts about Brevard Community College
Large Town Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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