Brevard Community College is directed by a five-member Board of Trustees appointed by the Governor. The current chair is Alan H. Landman, a Melbourne attorney.
Dr. James H. Richey is President of Brevard Community College, named to that position in January 2012 after serving as Interim President since October 2011. Richey also previously served as Executive Vice President and General Counsel for the College.
An accredited institution, BCC is also recognized as one of America's preeminent community colleges for quality in instruction, organization and innovation.
It was one of the first community colleges in the nation to offer the A.A. degree online. The total number of Associate degrees earned each year by students is in the top two percent in the nation.
BCC offers more than 100 two-year degree and certificate programs and will start offering four-year bachelor degrees in Fall Term 2013 after becoming Eastern Florida State College on July 1.