United States, Florida

Founded in 1959, Broward College is a public college situated in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The University Committee of the Southern Association of Higher Schools is a regional institution that recognizes degree-granting higher education institutions in the southern states. The university offers programs in Arts, Humanities, Communication, Design, Business, Education, Health Science, Industry, Manufacturing, Construction, Transportation, Public Safety, Science, Technology, Math, Engineering, Social Behavioral Sciences, and Human Services. It is part of the University of Florida system. The university also offers Workforce & Continuing Education Programs in the field of Aviation, IT/Computers & Technology, Personal Development, Health Sciences, etc. The mission of the University Committee of the Southern Association of Higher Schools is to ensure the quality of education and improve the efficiency of its member institutions. The university committee has six core values: Integrity, continuous quality improvement, peer review/self-regulation, accountability, student learning, and transparency.  

Campus Life

Broward College has three campuses, connected to other partner centers or branches throughout Broward County. The college has three campuses, namely A. Hugh Adams Central Campus, Judson A. Samuels South Campus, and North Campus, and 9 educational centers, namely Willis Holcombe Center, Pines Center, Weston Center, Tigertail Lake Center, Ecuador International Center, Peru International Center, Sri Lanka International Center and Vietnam International Center. Student life is about the overall development of students. All plans are based on the health wheel, which includes 8 main student development areas: intelligence, finance, emotion, spirit, occupation, body, environment, and society. Broward College is committed to providing opportunities and support to students, which will help them develop into strong, compassionate, and morally driven leaders. The college provides opportunities to further improve student leadership through seminars, retreats, and lecture series. Student life believes in promoting a healthy student life. The academy’s Seahawk Programming Committee holds interactive workshops and activity classes, focusing on overall health, nutrition, health care, and awareness.

Noted Alumni

Some of the well-known alumni of Broward College are Miss Colombia 2018 Valeria Morales, Rita Mae Brown an Author, poet, essayist, and famous screenwriter, Mike Donald a famous Professional golfer, the Former governor of Maryland Parris N. Glendening, Drake Hogestyn' an Actor, and best known as John Black on Days of Our Lives, Barrington Irving a Pilot by profession, Saint Kitts and Nevis politician Alexis Jeffers, Mat Latos a Major League Baseball pitcher, Ramiele Malubay the Singer and American Idol contestant, Marilyn Manson an Entertainer, and real name Brian Warner, Jim Naugle the Former mayor of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Don Newhauser the Former Major League Baseball pitcher, Video jockey, model, and musician Jonathan Putra, Robert R. Shafer an Actor, Jason Steele the Former member of the Florida House of Representatives, Nancy Valen an Actress, Johnathan Walton an Emmy Award-winning reporter, and Major League Baseball player Steve Rosenberg.