The Broward College in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, formally the Broward Community College, offers associate’s and bachelor’s degrees and certificate programs that specialize in, but are not limited to, the Health Sciences and Continuing Education programs.
Student life at Broward is fun and enjoyable. Students may join one of the many academic or social clubs or attend cultural and leisure events to get a break from studies.
The Buehler Planetarium is available to all students, whether you want to investigate space academically or for personal interest.
Many concerts and plays are hosted at Bailey Hall and The Omni, while many student and professional art, painting and photographic exhibits are showcased in the school gallery. The BC Museum Collection is also available to students, which offers an outstanding collection of African and Asian art, fossils, gems, minerals and other specialties.
Academics include associate’s and bachelor’s degrees in science, applied sciences, arts and nursing. The school also offers career certificates for immediate employment, available in Accounting Applications, Network Technology, Office Support and many more.
Admissions are open. Any student who has earned a high school diploma or GED may apply for enrollment on the Broward College admissions website.
Tuition varies depending on the program.
Financial aid is available to eligible students who have filed a FAFSA through the form of grants, student loans, scholarships and work study programs.
Quick Facts about Broward College
Mid-size City Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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