Provide services that allow students to explore their potential career options by providing career exploration services, academic service-learning, and access to volunteer opportunities. Career counseling and interest assessments are provided to all students to assist them with defining their educational goals and modifying their educational plans to ensure timely graduation. The Career Center website provides online access to the College’s primary online employment resource; free for students and local employers to use. The Career Center page includes several additional online tools to assist students in career planning including self-assessment tools, matching careers to majors, resume writing, interviewing tips, and more. You can also explore hundreds of career videos and profiles through Virtual Job Shadow. Log on to www.broward.edu/career to gain access to these helpful tools. To begin your partnership with the Career Centers, register for the college’s online job board at www.broward.edu/ccn.
Career Centers are located on North, Central and South Campus.
Central Campus Bldg. 19, Rm. 116
North Campus Bldg. 46, Rm. 129
South Campus Bldg. 68, Rm. 100
Title IX and Sex Discrimination
Title IX and Sex Discrimination Broward College is committed to creating a safe educational environment for all students, faculty, and staff. Sexual misconduct of any kind, including, but not limited to, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, stalking, sexual harassment, or retaliation for reporting such offenses, will not be tolerated. Sexual misconduct also applies in instances where consent cannot be given (e.g. student’s age, or use of drugs or alcohol, or other disability). Students are afforded protections from sexual misconduct, and any hostile education environment resulting from such misconduct, regardless of the sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity of either the alleged perpetrator or complainant, including when both are members of the same sex. Students who believe they are victims of sexual misconduct should contact the dean of students on their campus: Central Campus James Evans Bldg. 19, Rm. 132 954-201-6522 North Campus and Online Luz Negron Alvarez Bldg. 46, Rm. 222 954-201-2300 South Campus Pines, Weston, Miramar, WHC Neil Cohen Bldg. 68, Rm. 207 954-201-8903. Depending on the circumstances, students may also contact Campus Safety at 954-201-4357 (HELP), and/or local law enforcement. You may also go the Broward.edu webpage for further information: https://students.broward.edu/resources/rights-and-responsibilities/reporting-sexual-misconduct.html
Student Financial Services
Student Financial Services is available to assist students with any questions concerning financial aid eligibility. The Student Financial Aid Office, which includes Veterans Assistance, receives training on Financial Aid regulations and institutional policy and procedures that directly affect all aid awarded through the Financial Aid office. The Financial Aid website is updated daily and provides communications to the students on news and alerts to (1) maintain eligibility with tools for GPA calculation and pace calculation, (2) access electronic forms, (3) enable shorter processing times and direct communication to the student and parent submitting the form, and a single scholarship application, and (4) allow students to easily identify all scholarships offered at Broward College. The College maintains a call center specifically for Financial Aid questions. The call center guarantees that all students can reach the Financial Aid office and speak to staff with secure access to the student Financial Aid records, helping them immediately with questions. The call center supports an escalation queue which prompts communication to the student within a 24-hour period if the call center is unable to provide assistance. Broward College maintains an online portal for students (myBC) where students can check their Financial Aid award status, view communication about any issues related to Financial Aid, and review the amount of the awards to review coverage of tuition and fees. The staff receive a full day of in-service training on a semi-annual basis, ensuring students are receiving current processing information concerning their Financial Aid.
www.broward.edu/financialaid or call 954-201-2330
An academic plan is a sequence of courses you will take each term until you graduate in your selected degree/certificate program. After completing your New Student Orientation, it is required that you attend your first advising appointment. During this appointment, your academic advisor works to confirm your career choice, reviews your degree requirements as you begin the academic planning process. Just like you, your plan is unique. Your academic advisor will work one-on-one with you to determine how many classes you should take each semester, what those classes are and create a detailed academic plan that works for you. Academic advisors assist you to develop an academic plan that gives you a realistic idea of how long it will take for you to graduate and support you to stay on course to completion. The academic plan also serves as a guide to assist you in selecting your courses during early registration. It can also be accessed when you sign into myBC. You are strongly encouraged to work with your academic advisor and keep them informed of any major changes to your academic plan, such as transfer institution, program or enrollment status. By doing so, academic advisors can work with you to ensure that you have a plan that correctly guides you to academic success and pushes you closer to achieving your educational dreams. If you have not created your academic plan, or need to make updates, please schedule an appointment to meet with an academic advisor.
You can schedule your pathway advising appointment through myBC by following a few simple steps:
- Log in to myBC on the Broward College homepage.
- Click the “Advising” link at the top of the page and then select “Advising Appointments.”
Contact Academic Advisement on each campus:
Central Campus Bldg. 19, Rm. 116 954-201-6528
North Campus Bldg. 46, Rm. 242 954-201-2305
South Campus Bldg. 68, Rm. 213 954-201-8875 WHC Bldg. 33, Rm. 219 954-201-7491
Miramar West Center Bldg. 3101 Rm. 101 954-201-8449
BC Online Bldg. 1401, Rm. 147 954-201-7900
Designed to advance academic achievement, the Academic Success Centers (ASCs) provide currently enrolled Broward College students with a variety of quality support services in a comfortable, collaborative atmosphere. Students are encouraged to utilize ASC services early and often to develop college-level study skills and become independent learners.
Services provided by the ASC include:
- Academic support areas, labs and tutoring (accounting, business, computer science, economics, English as a Second Language, modern foreign language, Math, science, STEM, writing)
- Certified tutors
- Collaborative project space
- Graphing calculators (loan)
- Laptops (loan)
- Open computer centers with printing and scanning
- Study groups
- Textbook reserves
- Quiet study spaces
Please visit a location or online at www.broward.edu/ASC
Central Campus Bldg. 17, First & second floor 954-201-6660
North Campus Bldg. 62, Rm. 100 954-201-2260
South Campus Bldg. 72, second floor 954-201-8909 WHC Bldg. 33, Rm. 430 954-201-7595
Pines Center Bldg. 101, Rm. 148 954-201-3619
Miramar West Center Bldg. 3101, Rm. 130 954-201-8462
Online Tutoring Services Online tutoring services are available for currently enrolled Broward College students. Through this service, students can access practice tests and review materials in various academic subjects, and work with a tutor in a live, interactive and engaging virtual learning environment. Online tutoring can be accessed 24/7 through a student’s myBC account or Desire to Learn (D2L). Live one-on-one help is available on a limited basis per student, per semester. Students can manage their time through the available minute counter located on the site’s home page.
SERVICES FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
Services for Students with Disabilities Broward College complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended in 2008, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. These laws guarantee students an equitable opportunity to participate in all courses, programs, and activities that the College offers. In support of this legislation, Accessibility Resources works directly with students with disabilities, who choose to self-identify and register, to facilitate the provision of appropriate individualized accommodations.
For more information, contact the Accessibility Resources office that serves your campus:
Central Campus WHC Bldg. 19, Rm. 116-0 954-201-6527
North Campus BC Online Bldg. 46, Rm. 209 954-201-2313
South Campus Miramar, Pines and Weston Center Bldg. 68, Rm. 263 954-201-8913
Collegewide Deaf Services Bldg. 68, Rm. 263 954-201-6766 TDD: 954-201-6445
Video Phone: 954-635-5850 504/ADA
Coordinator Craig Levins District Director of Accessibility Resources North Campus, Bldg. 46, Rm. 209 954-201-2313
SEAHAWKS OUTREACH SERVICES
Broward College Seahawk Outreach Services (SOS) is committed to partnering with college departments and community agencies to provide services to students facing challenges in an effort to positively impact enrollment, retention, completion and postgraduation success.
SOS supports students experiencing the following challenges:
- Housing/Home and Food Challenges (Temporary Living Arrangements)
- Trouble Balancing School, Family, and Work
- Transitioning from Foster Care to Independence
- Guidance with Community Resources
SOS provides the following services:
- Coordinated Care – SOS provides a case management approach to assisting students which promotes persistence, retention and degree completion.
- Coaching for Success – SOS mentors students individually to discuss college support resources to guide them through academic challenges while creating an action plan to help them succeed.
- Student Success Workshops – SOS provides face-to-face seminars and webinars that teach academic skills such as:
- Time Management
- Grit/Growth Mindset
- Overcoming Test Anxiety
- Financial Literacy -Study Skills
- Goal Setting
- Community Support – SOS connects students with appropriate community resources to address challenges related to food and/or housing insecurities, financial crisis, domestic abuse, legal issues, aging out of foster care, etc.
Central Campus Bldg. 19, Rm. 102 954-201-6359
North Campus Bldg. 46, Rm. 237 954-201-2310
South Campus Bldg. 68, Rm. 252 954-201-8313
Minority Male Initiative (MMI)
Committed to closing achievement gaps between its male learners, Broward College continues to find new ways to provide sustained support to help students overcome barriers or challenges. The Minority Male Initiative focuses on supporting completion goals, as well as improving persistence and retention rates among these students. For more information about the program, contact: Thomas Walker at email@example.com or 954-201-2360 or Ceressa Freeman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 954-201-7319.
Student Clubs and Organizations
Broward College provides a variety of opportunities for students at the associate and bachelor degree levels to pursue special interests, develop leadership skills, participate in service projects, and enjoy related activities through college-sponsored groups. Clubs and other organizations contribute to the leadership and engagement of students by providing a range of social, educational, business, religious, leadership, multi-cultural, artistic, and academic groups that are open to all students. Although activities vary somewhat by location, students are not limited to participation at their “home” campus. These groups provide the opportunity for students to celebrate diversity, collaborate with students/faculty/staff, and enhance/support the learning outcomes of the classroom.
For more information about a student organization, or to join a club, contact the Student Life Office or visit www.broward.edu/StudentLife .
Central Campus Bldg. 19, Rm. 106 954-201-6756
North Campus Bldg. 46, Rm. 138 954-201-2325
South Campus Bldg. 68, Rm. 275 954-201-8973
WHC Bldg. 33, Rm. 111 954-201-7377
Pines Center Bldg. 100, Rm. 119 954-201-3630
Tigertail Bldg. 39, Rm. 113 954-201-4500
BC Online Bldg. 1401, Rm. 147 954-201-7900
Student Journalism – The Observer This publication is the bi-monthly college-wide student newspaper. The award-winning student newspaper gives students the opportunity to learn a variety of areas in journalism such as writing, reporting, photography, desktop publishing, and design. The Observer informs the student body and college community, offers a formal workshop series on different journalism topics, officers an annual journalism boot camp, and provides one-on-one instruction between the adviser and students. Although The Observer’s main office is located on South Campus, Bldg. 68, Rm. 268, students from all campuses are encouraged to participate. For more information, contact The Observer office at 954-201-8035 or via email at email@example.com and check out the newspaper’s website at thebrowardcollegeobserver.com
Student Literary Magazine – Panku
This publication is the award-winning college-wide literary arts magazine published twice yearly under the direction of an English faculty member. Panku promotes students’ creativity through the display of creative work such as art, poetry, short stories, photography, and digital art. Students from all campuses are encouraged to not only submit work, but to be part of the staff. For more information, check out the magazine’s website at www.broward.edu/panku
Students, staff and faculty, whether full- or part-time, have free access to various fitness centers at different campuses. Broward College’s fitness centers encourage physical health and well-being by providing the facilities to everyone free of charge. There are a large variety of free weights, machines and cardio equipment. In order to gain access to the gym, you will need to bring the following items: Broward College Student ID card, towel and workout clothes.
Contact the fitness center on your campus to check the schedule.
Exercise facilities locations:
Central Campus Bldg. 11 954-201-6948
North Campus Bldg. 60 954-201-2314
South Campus Bldg. 65 954-201-8972