Brevard Community College News Stories

Browse past news stories for Brevard Community College in Cocoa, FL.
  • Brevard Community College becomes Eastern Florida State College
    posted on July 3, 2013 at 06:15:00 pm
    Brevard Community College has changed its name to ...
  • Brevard Community College officially changes name
    posted on July 1, 2013 at 12:28:00 pm
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  • Man arrested in threat at Brevard Community College in Cocoa
    posted on March 15, 2013 at 10:39:00 am
    The lockdown of a Brevard Community College campus was lifted on Thursday after police arrested an unarmed suspect accused of making threats. Police arrested 21-year-old Isaiah Duvall Wilson in the incident, which occurred at the BCC campus in Cocoa located off Clearlake Road. According to Cocoa police, a 911 call came in ...
  • Police: Suspect in Brevard Community College threat arrested
    posted on March 15, 2013 at 03:53:00 am
    The lockdown of a Brevard Community College campus was lifted on Thursday after police arrested an unarmed suspect accused of making threats. Police identified the suspect as Isaiah Duvall Wilson, 21. The BCC campus in Cocoa is located off of Clearlake Road. According to Cocoa police, a 911 call came in reporting that ...
  • Brevard Community College Cocoa campus lockdown lifted
    posted on March 14, 2013 at 10:06:00 pm
    The lockdown of the Brevard Community College has been lifted on Thursday after police have a armed man in custody who was reported to be on the Cocoa campus. The campus is located off of Clearlake Road. According to Cocoa police, a 911 call came in reporting that someone had a weapon near the library. ...
  • Cops search for man in Brevard Community College stun gun attack
    posted on June 18, 2012 at 04:36:00 pm
    Police are looking for a man who reportedly shocked an employee at Brevard Community College's Cocoa campus with a stun gun on Monday. According to Cocoa Police Department, the unknown man came into the library of the Cocoa campus and went to the provost's office on the second floor at about 1:15 p.m. ...
  • Cops search for man in Brevard Community College stungun attack
    posted on June 18, 2012 at 03:24:00 pm
    Police are looking for a man who reportedly shocked an employee at Brevard Community College's Cocoa campus with a stungun on Monday. According to Cocoa Police Department, the unknown man came into the library of the Cocoa campus and went to the provost's office on the second floor at about 1:15 p.m. Police ...
  • Cops search for man in Brevard Community College Taser attack
    posted on June 18, 2012 at 02:01:00 pm
    Police are looking for a man who reportedly used a Taser on an employee at Brevard Community College's Cocoa campus, Local 6 partner Florida Today reports. BCC spokesman John Glisch said an unknown man came into the library at 1:15 p.m. and went into the provost's office on the second floor wearing a hoodie and ...
  • Brevard Community College students graduate at King Center
    posted on May 10, 2012 at 06:21:00 pm
    More than 1,800 Brevard Community College students are ...
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