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Our Mission: Experiential Education

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Message From the President

Brevard College is an experiential, liberal arts college located in the mountains of Western North Carolina, near Asheville. The United Methodist college has roots in three regional schools, dating back to 1853, that merged at the current campus location in the town of Brevard in 1933.

Today, Brevard College is known for its mission that is rooted in experiential teaching and learning. The 120-acre campus—located in a small, mountain town—offers a safe and comfortable learning environment for over 750 students.

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Brevard College does not discriminate in admissions, educational programs, or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability, or veteran’s status and prohibits such discrimination by its students, faculty, and staff. Students, faculty, and staff are assured of participation in college programs and in use of facilities without such discrimination. The College also complies with all applicable federal and North Carolina statutes and regulations prohibiting unlawful discrimination. All members of the student body, faculty, and staff are expected to assist in making this policy valid in fact.

Student Spotlight: Brandon Lewis

This Article was originally posted in the 10/7/20 edition of The Clarion and is written by Aia Andonovska. Photo Courtesy of Brandon Lewis. Brandon Lewis is going to graduate from the Criminal Justice program at Brevard College in the spring semester of 2021. He came to Brevard College because he was interested in a small…

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Dr. Celia Hooper Miles, Brevard College alumna ’60 Publishes Tenth Novel

Celia Hooper Miles, a 1960 Brevard alumna and former BC faculty member, has published her tenth novel, The Skeleton at the Old Painted Mill: A Marcy Dehanne Grist Mill Mystery. This work is the third installment in what Miles calls her “cozy mystery” series, which features a college instructor turned grist mill restoration consultant.  Over the course…

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Hayden, Orschel of Brevard College to Compete at Mountain Bike World Championships

BREVARD, N.C. – Brevard College student-athletes Mazie Hayden and Tyler Orschel will represent their home nations at this weekend’s UCI Mountain Bike World Championships held in Leogang, Austria.  Hayden will represent the United States as a member of the USA Cycling national team.  Orschel will represent his home nation of Canada as a member of…

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Great Things Continue to Happen Around Brevard College’s Campus!

Thank you to all of our faculty, staff, students, Trustees, and community members who joined in our Groundbreaking Ceremony on the new resident hall for our upper class students. This new residence hall will focus on community living through suite style rooms.  We look forward to working with Vannoy Construction, a local company on this…

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