Broward College prepares students to transfer on to major universities or enter the workforce directly. Broward awards certificates and Associate’s degrees in various career and technical programs. The curriculum includes courses in Education, Architecture, Graphic Design, Engineering and much more. Broward is home to several student groups and organizations. The Black Student Union (BSU) involves students in social, academic and political activities that directly affect the African-American community. BSU activities include study groups, social events, leadership conferences and community service projects. Broward College understands that every student is unique and has other obligations outside of school. Broward affords students a flexible schedule to suit their busy schedules. The school is committed to the success of its students, and its mission is to nurturing each student to reach his or her full potential. 

Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL

Type of Institution: Two-year

Tuition and Fees (per semester)

     • In-State: $1,558+

     • Out-of-State: $5,385+

Size: 37,000+ students

Percentage of African-American Students: 30%

Percentage of Men: 59%

Percentage of Women: 41%

Student-Teacher Ratio: 20:1

Degrees Offered: Associate’s, Certificate, Bachelor’s, GEDs

Career Paths: Architecture and Construction, Business Management and Administration, Criminal Justice/Law and Public Safety, Education, Engineering and Engineering Technology, Health Sciences, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Humanities, Information Technology, Liberal Arts, Mass Communication/Graphic Design and Multimedia, Math and Science, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Transportation, Visual and Performing Arts

Housing: Housing not provided


     • African-American Greek: N/A

     • Others: Black Student Union

City Life:  Beaches, shopping, dining, watersports, casinos, cruises and tours, museums, art galleries