Not many teenagers can say they have seen the First Lady of the United States in person, but for six students in Bevill State's Upward Bound program, hearing Michelle Obama..
A recent press conference at BSCC's Business Incubator focused on a new tax credit recently signed in to law by Governor Bentley benefiting businesses and students.
After weeks of preparation, students from the Bevill State Hamilton campus competed in the SkillsUSA-Alabama contest. The college had five first place finishers. Read More.
A group of Bevill State Community College students received a rare opportunity recently.
October 11, 2010
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded a grant in the amount of $267,680 to Bevill State Community College for equipment to enhance training for health professionals.
October 01, 2010
Bevill State Community College has received a Brookwood-Sago Grant in the amount of 77,000 from the U.S. Department of Labor, Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) to develop Virtual Mine Emergency Training (VEMT).
September 30, 2010
Bevill State Community College has announced the Presidentís List and Deanís List honorees for the 2010 summer semester.
September 13, 2010
The parking lots are full this fall at Bevill State Community College. As September began and late registration concluded, college officials reported an all-time high in credit hour production, a total of 50,675, and a 3% increase in headcount, resulting in more than 4,600 students enrolled in college credit classes.
September 07, 2010
Hamilton resident Elery Hammitte was recently named the Alabama Association for Public Continuing Education (ALAPCAE) Teacher of the Year at the ALAPCAE summer conference held in Birmingham.
June 28, 2010
Bevill State Community College has once again been ranked among the top 50 nursing program producers for two-year colleges across the nation, based on a report release by Community College Week in June.
May 03, 2010
The Governor's Office of Workforce Development announced today that the Alabama Career Center System is taking applications for jobs related to the current oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.