The Palm Beach State College in Lake Worth, Florida, is a diverse, dynamic institution that is dedicated to serving the educational and community needs of Palm Beach County.
The Student Activities Cluster seeks to complement your education with an exciting student life. You can participate in multicultural, community service and leadership activities, or join a recreationally or academically oriented group.
The school's three theatres provide easy access to a wide variety of performances, concerts and guest speakers.
Special student services offered by the school include career counseling, tutoring, academic advising and more. The Career Center often hosts job and career fairs and will help you explore career options.
Academics offered at the school include associate's, bachelor's, professional certificates, workforce development and lifelong learning programs. The associate's degree is designed as general education university transfer degree. Bachelor's degrees are available in Science and Applied Science, with concentrations in Information Management, Supervision and Management and Nursing.
Admissions require students to have earned a high school diploma or GED.
Tuition is set lower for Florida residents.
Students who have submitted a FAFSA will be considered to receive financial aid through the form of federal Pell grants, SEO grants, loans, work study programs and state grants.
Quick Facts about Palm Beach State College
Large Town Setting
Very Large (+10,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
Parking Permit Required
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