Broward College was named one of the Top Ten Community Colleges in the Nation by the Aspen Institute.
In 2014, the Broward College Foundation raised more than $5 million in private financial support for scholarships and programs.
Broward College ranks fifth nationally in conferring associate degrees.
The College boasts 21 Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship recipients. This prestigious national award is a $40,000 scholarship to transfer to the university of the student’s choice.
Broward College offers 11 bachelor’s degree programs for only $10,000
Nearly 1 million people have taken classes at Broward College since the college opened in 1960.
According to the labor study, "Labor Market Experiences after Postsecondary Education," Broward College graduates are the HIGHEST EARNERS IN THE STATE compared to students from similar programs at other institutions.
The annual economic impact of Broward College is $1billion.
Broward College boasts a student body representing more than 175 countries.
Since 2002, Broward College Honors students have merited 16 Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarships, making us second in the nation for the number received.
Each year, nearly 68,000 students choose from 132 bachelor’s degree, associate degree and certificate programs, with classes offered online and on-campus.
Broward College ranks fifth nationally among four-year institutions in awarding associate degrees, according to Community College Week. Broward College is ranked third in the U.S. in awarding associate degrees to minority students overall — fourth in African American graduates and sixth in Hispanic degree-holders.