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Southern Living Featured Brevard as Top 10 Places to Visit in the South

“The annual festival held by the Brevard Music Center brings arts and music lovers from all over the country to this tiny town. Between concerts, visit Looking Glass Falls or the swimming hole at Sliding Rock. More adventure-minded travelers can whitewater raft along Wilson Creek or hike the hundreds of miles of trails that criss-cross…

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Brevard College Expands Half-Tuition Eligible Counties for Fall 2019 New Students

Making College Friends

Brevard College is excited to announce that we have expanded our Half-Tuition Scholarship for students planning to enroll in Fall 2019. This opportunity will make Brevard more affordable for great students who graduate from schools in the following North and South Carolina counties: -North Carolina: Alexander, Alleghany, Ashe, Avery, Buncombe, Burke, Caldwell, Catawba, Cherokee, Clay, Cleveland, Durham, Gaston,…

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Now Accepting Applications for Fall and Spring 2019

Get a jump on your college application process by applying for admission today! If you are a prospective student interested in attending Brevard College in the Fall or Spring of 2019, the Admissions Office encourages you to apply now. Residence hall and classroom space fill quickly, and Brevard College has experienced record new student enrollments…

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Go Nuts in Brevard at the White Squirrel Festival!

Tens of thousands of enthusiastic mountain dwellers descend on Brevard during the White Squirrel Festival. Enjoy live music, locally made arts and crafts, and delicious food during this three-day event that celebrates our beloved white squirrel.    

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Special Guest Blue Ridge Symphonic Brass joins BC Wind Ensemble for Last Concert of the Season

BREVARD – The Brevard College Wind Ensemble presents its last concert of the season on Thursday evening, April 26 at 7:30 p.m.  An event free and open to the public, the concert will also feature special guests the Blue Ridge Symphonic Brass (BRSB).  The BRSB is a 28-piece brass ensemble with outstanding players from the Brevard, Hendersonville, Asheville and Greeneville areas.  This…

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Third Annual Working Writers’ Reading Features BC’s Ken Chamlee

Ken Chamlee - BC Faculty

Brevard College faculty Ken Chamlee will read from his body of published poetry at the Third Annual Working Writers’ Reading.  The event will take place on April 19, at 7:00 p.m. in McLarty-Goodson Room 125 on the BC campus and is free and open to the public. Jubal Tiner, creator and host of The Working Writers’ Series says…

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Brevard College Graduating Senior Art Show Opening Apr 6th

Four Brevard College art majors demonstrate the threshold of art using painting and sculpture at this year’s annual BC Senior Art Exhibition, opening April 6 at 5:30 p.m. in the Spiers Art Gallery. The event is free and open to the public.  The show is entitled “No Shame” and features paintings by Tom Ruple and MacKenzie Samotis. Haley…

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Endowed Scholarship Established at Brevard College by Donald and Max Walser

Brevard College announces a newly endowed scholarship established by Donald and Max Walser. Cousins who graduated from Brevard College in 1960, both men continued their education at Pfeiffer University where they received bachelor degrees. Wesley Max Walser, known as Max, originally came to Brevard College to play ball. While at Brevard, Max was proud to…

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IWIL Begins Annual Mentoring for Local Middle School Students

By Mary Lewe ’20* First-year members of the Institute for Women in Leadership have been spending their Tuesday afternoons this semester with a group of sixth-grade girls at Brevard Middle School. By leading games and activities, IWIL aims to teach the girls a lesson each week.The IWIL women have signed up in groups of two…

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