Spring 2020 classes have resumed online.Please visit
dcccd.edu/coronavirus for additional information and to
learn how to prepare for online classes.
Brookhaven College reserves the right to cancel, combine or divide classes; to change the time, date or place of course offerings as necessary; and to do so without incurring obligation. The college may discontinue a class at any time if attendance fails to meet expected levels. Efforts will be made to telephone the students before the first day of a course that is being canceled.
Brookhaven College has crisis procedures in place to help ensure the safety of students during an emergency. An emergency/crisis procedure chart is posted in each campus classroom. Evacuation signs in each building indicate evacuation routes and assembly points and building coordinators are designated in all facilities to assist students and staff in an emergency. A brochure for students with additional information about the Brookhaven College evacuation plan is available in the SPAR Office, Room S201. Information about emergencies also may be available by calling the Student Inclement Weather and Emergency Information Hotline at 972-860-4200 from 5:45-6:30 a.m.
When classes in a local school district are canceled, Brookhaven College’s CCE classes at the schools in that district also will be canceled.
When the Dallas County Community College District announces campuses are closed, the Brookhaven College campus also will be closed. The CCE classes at the Brookhaven College campus will be cancelled, too.
inclement weather or
an emergency, please listen to your radio or TV for announcements of cancellations. Brookhaven College is a member of the Dallas County Community College District, also known as the DCCCD, and may be listed as such in the broadcast messages.
Student Inclement Weather Hotline number is 972-860-4200. Brookhaven College students have an assigned call-in time of 5:45-6:30 a.m.