Because of its exceptional location, Brevard College can fully commit to experiential education and service learning. As a Brevard student, regardless of your academic program, you’ll get your hands dirty in nearby Pisgah National Forest*, DuPont State Forest, Bracken Mountain Recreation Area, Gorges State Park, the Blue Ridge Parkway, and the Cradle of Forestry. You’ll also expand your resume and your mind in downtown Brevard, which offers exceptional service-learning, internships, music, and a unique cultural atmosphere. Brevard is certainly a picturesque place to live, but it is foremost an outstanding place to learn, study, serve, and grow.
*Brevard College operates in the National Forest under a Special Use Permit.
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