Broward College was established in 1960 on the western edge of the Fort Lauderdale in Florida, U.S
The college changed its name to Broward Junior College in 1968. However, in 1970 the college was rebranded to Broward Community College.
In 2008 it adopted its current name “Broward College” after receiving confirmation from the State Board Education that it could expand the programs it offered.
Currently Broward College is one of the nation’s largest institutions of its type, with a reputation for the pursuit of excellence and service to the diverse communities it serves. It now boasts a population in excess of 68,000 students and it employs a faculty and staff of more than 2,000. Broward College offers more than 100 programs, careers and other academic programs.
Broward College is accredited by SACS-COC – the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools with the right to award associate and baccalaureate degrees.
Broward College was named as one of top ten finalists for the 2017 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence (March 2017), and was ranked No. 2 among a very distinguished list of colleges.
The Prize, awarded every two years since 2011, recognizes outstanding institutions selected from an original pool of more than 1,000 public community colleges nationwide. With a singular focus on student success, the Prize assesses community colleges’ achievements in four areas: student learning, certificate and degree completion, employment and earnings of graduates.
Broward College now has 10 International Centers worldwide, with Broward College Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh city being one of them.
For more information, please visit the website: Broward College USA