|University Motto||Imagine What You Can Do|
|President||Dr. Larissa Littleton-Steib|
|Year of establishment||June 28, 1995|
|Address||555 Julia Street, Baton Rouge, LA 70802, Estados Unidos|
|City||Baton Rouge, Louisiana|
Baton Rouge Community College
Baton Rouge Community College, an open admissions, two-year post-secondary public community college in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, was established on June 28, 1995.
The college settled into a permanent location in 1998. The 60-acre (240,000 m2) campus consists of six main buildings: Governors Building, Louisiana Building, Cypress Building, Bienvenue Student Center, the Magnolia Library and Performing Arts Pavilion, and the Bon Santé Health and Wellness Center.
The college's current enrollment is more than 7,000 students. Along with former Senator John Breaux and Congresswoman Corrine Brown, former President Bill Clinton visited the college on February 8, 2008 to campaign for his wife, Hillary Rodham Clinton, in the Louisiana 2008 Democratic primary.
As an adaptable institution largely unburdened by tradition, BRCC has been able to explore unique opportunities in fields such as film and animation, video-game design, studio arts, and entertainment technology. The college has also been able to establish a convention of using and adapting cutting-edge equipment and processes to increase teacher effectiveness, enhance teaching practices, and strengthen learning and knowledge retention.
The college is already looking to the future, with a plan that will result in the construction of new buildings and the capacity to service a still-growing student population.
The Baton Rouge Community College is a Public university located in Baton Rouge.
The Baton Rouge Community College was founded in June 28, 1995.
The current president of Baton Rouge Community College is Dr. Larissa Littleton-Steib.
According to verified online sources, the Baton Rouge Community College enrolls a total of 16000 students.
According to the main website, the Baton Rouge Community College has a total student population of 8000 undergraduate students and 8000 graduate students.