Broward College is a public college in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It is part of the Florida College System. It was established in 1959 as part of a move to broaden Florida's two-year colleges. In 2008 it adopted its current name, reflecting that it is one of the schools designated a "state college", meaning it can offer four-year bachelor's degrees. In 2012, Broward College was named one of the top 10 percent of community colleges in the nation by the Washington D.C.-based Aspen Institute.
Broward College is continually recognized as a top higher education institution in the nation by a number of prestigious publications and surveys. In 2016, the College was, once again, featured prominently on many of these lists for reporting data from the 2014-15 academic year.
The rankings awarded the College with high marks for its track record of providing outstanding education in high-demand fields, success in identifying opportunities to promote one year certificates in current and emerging industries, its dedication to serving all backgrounds, including minorities and veterans alike.
BELOW ARE THE CURRENT BROWARD COLLEGE RANKINGS:
⦁ Broward College was named a Finalist with Distinction by the
⦁ Aspen Institute, and one of the TOP 3 community colleges
⦁ in the nation by the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program.
⦁ According to a recent labor study, "Labor Market
⦁ Experiences after Postsecondary Education,"
⦁ Broward College graduates are the
TOP FOUR YEAR SCHOOL
⦁ Recognized as a TOP Four-Year Vocational and Trade School by the Community for Accredited Online Schools