Spring 2020 classes have resumed online.
Please visit dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to learn how to prepare for online classes.


Alumni & Friends offers opportunities for our alumni to stay connected with the college community.

Our goal is to connect and provide you with enriching alumni events, resources and support. We want to build bonds between Brookhaven's alumni, current students and employees for continued education and professional growth.

Over the past year, we have held several social networking and panel events for alumni. We are always looking for input and suggestions for ways you want to connect. Contact our alumni coordinator, Sylvia Wise at anytime with inquiries or comments!

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Sylvia Wise
coordinator, Alumni & Donor Relations
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Rain, cold and wind greeted runners and participants at Brookhaven's annual Spooky Trot, a 5K run/walk that supports the college's food pantry. More than 135 pre-registered to take part in the event contributing more than 300 pounds of food and hundreds of dollars.

Unfortunately, food insecurity is an issue encountered by too many of our students. The goal at Brookhaven is to help meet the needs of our students; a student finds it difficult to study if facing food insecurity. Our food pantry is also available to area community members; no questions asked. Spooky Trot is the perfect opportunity for our students, employees, alumni and community to have fun while raising funds and gathering non-perishable food items for the pantry. With the recent tornado damage in our community and with the holidays coming up soon stocking the pantry is even more important.

We offer our sincere gratitude to Jo Alch, Brookhaven College alumna. Jo's company Acappella In Home Care was the title sponsor for this event. Kim Mikula, community liaison and social worker from Acappella started the race.

We also thank Frost Bank Carrollton and Costco in Plano for their contribution to support this event. Spooky Trot closed out the DCCCD Homecoming events for this year.

Want to show your alumni pride? ​You can shop for official DCCCD and college merchandise at ShopDCCCD.com.