Spread some extra cheer this holiday season with one-of-a-kind gifts for everyone on your list.
Two Brookhaven College Bears women’s teams hit the road for the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III championship tournaments this past weekend.
Witness an astronomical event that only occurs every five to 10 years as Mercury crosses the face of the sun Nov. 11 at Brookhaven College.
Brookhaven College's dedication to serving students and community was recognized at the Metrocrest Services 7th annual Seasons of Service Luncheon Oct. 7.
Don't miss the eighth annual Spooky Trot 5k at Brookhaven College Oct. 25 at 7:30 a.m.!
James Elliot, the international president of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, will speak to students at Brookhaven College on Sept. 17, 1:30-2:50 p.m. in the Performance Hall, about his journey from prison to student leadership.
Brookhaven College students Elizelda Martinez and Quyen Nguyen received the Erin Tierney Kramp Encouragement Scholarship for 2019-2020.
Five team members from the 2018 giving campaign stepped up to break ground for the Brookhaven College Donor Garden May 2.
Brookhaven College has been designated a 2018 Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation for the sixth consecutive year.
"Distinguished" was definitely the theme for Alpha Delta Pi chapter at the Phi Theta Kappa annual convention, Catalyst 2019 in Orlando April 4-6.
Connect with Dallas' finest journalists, photographers and photojournalists at the 5th annual True Stories event at Brookhaven College April 26 from 10:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. in Room K234.
Former U.S. ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Robert W. Jordan, will address free speech and the media in Saudi Arabia and the case of Jamal Khashoggi at Brookhaven College April 15 from noon-1:30 p.m. in Room K234.
Brookhaven College will host the 2019 DCCCD STEM Summit April 26 from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. in the Performance Hall.
Sunshine and mild temperatures greeted Brookhaven College volunteers for two Tree Campus service projects in March.
The talented team at the Brookhaven Courier brought home 34 awards at the 2019 Texas Intercollegiate Press Association Convention in Corpus Christi, March 13-16.
Whether you are searching for a job or exploring opportunities to further your career, attending the Brookhaven College 2019 Spring Career Fair could be the key to a brighter future.
Tuesday, March 19, NTFB unveiled the new Mobile Food Pantry that will serve the seven Dallas County Community Colleges at Brookhaven College.
DALLAS—Learn to care for Mother Earth at the 10th annual Earth Day Fest at Brookhaven College April 3 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. in the Commons Courtyard.
Before she was a state senator or candidate for governor, Wendy Davis was no stranger to the issues facing young women today.
Brookhaven College hosts “Media, Civility and Community Policing,” a panel discussion on justice, diversity and media perceptions Feb. 26 from 10:30-11:50 a.m. in Bldg. B, Room B240.
Patriotism is a passionate and occasionally emotional topic for Dan Rather, and was the subject of his address before Brookhaven College and the community Feb. 13.
Explore the limitless opportunities in science and technology at the Brookhaven College STEM Fair Feb. 23.
DALLAS—Continuing its mission to provide veterans and their spouses with the finest choices for post-secondary education, VIQTORY has named Brookhaven College as a Military Friendly® School for 2019-2020.
Join distinguished American journalist, Dan Rather, for a timely and relevant discourse on the topic of patriotism Feb. 13 in the Brookhaven College Performance Hall from 10:30-11:50 a.m.
While his message was clearly focused on activism and youth civic engagement in our country, David Hogg’s speech at Brookhaven College effectively resonated with attendees of all ages.
A display of student-created sculptures is the latest addition to the Windmill Garden located on the west side of the Brookhaven College campus.
Take six credit hours and get a free DART GoPass. From campus to downtown to the airport and all points in between, DART GoPass is your key to the city.
The Federal Work-Study Program pays $11.54 an hour for students to work part-time while attending college.