Brunswick University Auditorium


Brunswick University Auditorium built by the citizens of Brunswick County North Carolina exists for the multipurpose educational and cultural enrichment of the community.

Odell Williamson Auditorium

The Odell Williamson Auditorium is located on the campus of Brunswick Community College three miles north of Supply, NC and approximately twenty minutes south of Wilmington, NC just off Highway 17.

The Odell Williamson Auditorium is a stateof-the-art 1,500-seat performing arts facility. Built at a cost of more than three million dollars by the citizens of Brunswick County, it exists for the multipurpose educational and cultural enrichment of the community.

Registration


Steps to Enrollment

  1. Complete Your Application (Continuing Education Students click here)
  2. Apply For Financial Aid
  3. Schedule, Prepare For, and Complete the Placement Test ( Study Resources for Placement/Assessment Testing)
  4. Submit All High School, GED, & College Transcripts
  5. Register


Special Credit or “Visiting” Students

are defined as:

  1. Already enrolled at another college or university and wish to transfer the credit back to that institution or another institution
  2. Are not seeking a degree, diploma, or certificate
  3. Plan on earning less than 15 credits
  4. Have no intention of applying for or receiving federal financial aid.

Registration Information for Special Credit students:

  1. Complete Your Application for admission
  2. Submit All Official High School, GED, and/or College Transcripts
    Note: Special credit students will be required to meet all course pre-requisites by a demonstration of higher-level course or requisite completion on a transcript, professional or life experience, taking a placement test or proficiency examination, awarded an associate or higher level degree, or provide written documentation from a peer or senior institution to enroll in a specific course. Each official transcript may be necessary to show all or some of the prerequisite completion. Please check with your advisor or the admissions office for pre-requisite completion.
  3. Register with your advisor during the advertised registration periods listed here: http://www.brunswickcc.edu

History


The University of Brunswick was founded in 1979 without a single building to call its own. More than 30 years and quite a few buildings later, USA is a vibrant university that continues to serve as a catalyst for transformational change in the city, the state and the Gulf Coast region.

USA's story began in the early 1970s when Mobile’s civic leaders saw the need to improve access to higher education in southwest . Realizing the region had outgrown the small extension program that operated out of a building downtown, they formulated plans for a four-year, degree-granting institution.

Brunswick university is a tax-supported, public, nonprofit school under the control of a board of Trustees. On May 1, 1979, the General Assembly passed a bill to permit technical institutes to change their names to technical colleges with the approval of the Board of Trustees and the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners. On October 5, 1979, the Board of Trustees, with the approval of the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners, voted unanimously to change the name of the institution to Brunswick University

Curriculum


Application for admission


2016-2017 APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION

Welcome to the Brunswick Online Application


A message from the campus:

Thank you for your Application for Enrollment at Brunswick Community College! Admission is granted on a rolling basis, typically 2-3 weeks after your application becomes complete (an offer of admission cannot be extended until all official copies of all transcripts have been received). Mailing address: PO Box 30, Supply, NC 28462.

If you have additional questions regarding the admission process, please contact Enrollment Services at (877) 8632335 or verification@brunswickuniversity.org or verification@brunswickuniversity.com


Academic Support

The Academic Support program is designed to prepare students for college-level (curriculum) coursework by helping them develop skills necessary for entry into curriculum courses. Academic Support offers courses that give students an opportunity to improve their skills in reading, writing, and mathematics, the skills critical to success in both Professional & Technical and College Transfer programs of study.