Brookhaven College is located conveniently just north of LBJ Freeway, Interstate Highway 635, at 3939 Valley View Lane between Midway Road and Marsh Lane.
The campus currently encompasses 467,000 square feet of building space divided among 19 buildings. Instructional laboratories include a business studies computer center, which houses more than 200 student computers.
The fine arts facilities include 2,400 square-foot gallery, a renovated ceramics/kiln yard and a Macintosh computer lab. The Performance Hall is the site for year-round School of the Arts presentations, including plays, dance festivals and nationally known entertainers, and serves as the venue for theatre arts instruction. The hall has a capacity of 657 plus eight wheelchairs spaces with eight companion spaces.
The Learning Resource Center houses a 58,000-volume library that incorporates electronic databases and an online catalog.
Set in a winding path around the college, a two-mile jogging/exercise trail serves students, employees and members of the community. In addition to the gymnasium, athletic facilities include three soccer fields, a baseball diamond, a softball field and six tennis courts.
Three new buildings at Brookhaven College were part of the $450 million bond program passed in 2004 by Dallas County voters. Of that amount, Brookhaven College received $62 million for the following new buildings and renovations.
Science and Allied Health Building, Building X
The 146,500 square foot facility opened in August 2009 and houses state-of-the-art facilities for biology, chemistry, nursing, EMS and radiologic technology programs.
Automotive Technology Expansion, Building Q
The automotive technology lab space was updated with a 10,800 square foot expansion made to the automotive bays.
Workforce and Continuing Education Building, Building W
A new facility designed for the needs of training Construction on the $8 million facility began November 2008. The 27,792 square foot facility houses 18 classrooms, labs and multipurpose rooms in additional to staff offices. The building opened January 2010.
K Building adaptive remodel and College entrances remodel
The science labs in the lower level of K building were renovated to house five PC labs, a geology lab, a general use classroom and faculty offices.