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1 ADDENDUM TO THE COLLEGE CATALOG

2 Disclaimer Broward College will not produce a new catalog this year but, rather, an addendum which reflects all changes and/or corrections for the academic year. This catalog addendum should be used, by students and staff, along with the existing catalog. Students are strongly encouraged to speak with an academic advisor if they have any questions regarding the contents of the addendum. This document has been prepared and presented as an informational guide only. Course offerings, fee schedules and other representations provided are not controlling and are subject to change, amendment, or deletion by the College as deemed appropriate. The information is taken from Board Policies and Procedures. The most current catalog is available on the College s website. The information in the printed catalog is current up to the print date. These sources can be accessed online at Broward College is an equal access/equal opportunity institution. Students with documented disabilities are assured participation in all college activities and services. Registrants seeking accommodations should contact the Campus Office of Disability Services at least two weeks prior to the first class session. This information is available in alternative format upon request. Broward College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, genetic information, national origin, marital status, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. Inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies and Title IX may be directed to: Equity Coordinator Dr. Denese Edsall, Executive Director, Human Resources, 6400 NW 6th Way, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309, (954) , Broward College Catalog Addendum

3 Table of Contents Locations and Accreditation.. 3 Registration Dates. 4 Academic Calendars.. 5 Final Examination Schedules Weekend College Schedule International Students Admissions Deadlines District Board of Trustees. 12 Broward College Foundation Academics - Bookstore Academic Success Centers.. - Honors Institute... - Accelerated Programs for High School Students - Prior Learning Assessment.. - Internship Education - International Education... - Online Learning - Blended Learning Opportunities - Degrees and Programs o Career and Technical Education.. Program Placement Rates Updated FETPIP o New, Modified, and Terminated Programs. - Continuing Education.. - Course Descriptions o New, Modified, and Terminated Courses Updates to State Statutes, Administrative Rules, College Policies and Procedures. 54 Administrator and Faculty Directory 55 Appendices Appendix A - General Education Matrix 90 Appendix B - Course Information Table Broward College Catalog Addendum

4 Locations A Hugh Adams Central Campus 3501 SW Davie Rd Davie, FL BC Online 225 E. Las Olas Blvd Fort Lauderdale, FL North Campus 1000 Coconut Creek Blvd Coconut Creek, FL Judson A. Samuels South Campus 7200 Pines Blvd Pembroke Pines, FL Willis Holcombe Center 111 E. Las Olas Blvd (Bldg. 33) 225 E. Las Olas Blvd (Bldgs. 31 and 32) Fort Lauderdale, FL Tigertail Lake Center 580 Gulfstream Way Dania Beach, FL Pines Center Sheridan St Pembroke Pines, FL Weston Center 4205 Bonaventure Blvd Weston, FL AutoNation Center for Excellence in Automotive Science and Technology 7451 Rivera Blvd Miramar, FL Marine Center of Excellence 7451 Rivera Blvd Miramar, FL Miramar Town Center 2050 Civic Center Place Miramar, FL Coral Springs Academic Center 3500 N. University Dr Coral Springs, FL Cypress Creek Administrative Center 6400 NW 6 th Way Fort Lauderdale, FL Miramar West Center 1930 SW 145 th Ave Miramar, FL Accreditation Broward College is accredited by The Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA : Telephone Number , to award Associate and Baccalaureate Degrees Member of: American Association of Community Colleges American Association for Higher Education American Council on Education American Technical Education Association, Inc. Association of Community College Trustees Association of Governing Boards College Consortium for International Studies College Entrance Examination Board Florida Association of Colleges and Universities Florida Association of Community Colleges National Association of Foreign Student Affairs Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Southern Association of Community and Junior Colleges Broward College Catalog Addendum

5 WINTER TERM II (20152) Session I Session II Session III Session IV Jan 6 May 6 Jan 6 March 9 Jan 22 Apr 24 Mar 11 May 6 GRADUATION CIDATES*, HONS, HEALTH SCIENCE, BACHELS, COLLEGE ACADEMY, VETERANS Oct 14 Jan 5 Oct 14 Jan 5 Oct 14 Jan 21 CONTINUING DEGREE SEEKING Oct 15 Jan 5 Oct 15 Jan 5 Oct 15 Jan 21 Oct 14 Mar 10 Oct 15 Mar 10 NEW, DUAL ENROLLEMENT, RE- ENTRY, TRANSIENT NON DEGREE Oct 29 Jan 5 Oct 29 Jan 5 Oct 29 Jan 21 Oct 29 Mar 10 STATE EMPLOYEE, CLASSROOM TEACHER WAIVERS Jan 5 Jan 5 Jan 21 Mar 10 SUMMER TERM III (20153) Session I Session II Session III May 11 Aug 10 May 11 June 23 June 25 Aug 10 GRADUATION CIDATES*, HONS, HEALTH SCIENCE, BACHELS, COLLEGE ACADEMY, VETERANS Mar 17- May 10 Mar 17- May 10 Mar 17- June 24 CONTINUING DEGREE SEEKING Mar 18- May 10 Mar 18- May 10 Mar 18- June 24 NEW, DUAL ENROLLEMENT, RE- ENTRY, TRANSIENT NON DEGREE Mar 27- May 10 Mar 27- May 10 Mar 27- June 24 STATE EMPLOYEE, CLASSROOM TEACHER WAIVERS May 8 May 8 May 8 * Special registration for students within 15 hours (or less) of degree completion. Term Registration Date FALL TERM I (20151) Session I Session II Session III Session IV Aug 25 Dec 18 Aug 25 Oct 17 Sept 9 Dec 7 Oct 21 Dec 18 GRADUATION CIDATES*, HONS, HEALTH SCIENCE, BACHELS, COLLEGE ACADEMY, VETERANS May 19 Aug 24 May 19 Aug 24 May 19 Sept 8 May 19 Oct 20 CONTINUING DEGREE SEEKING May 19 Aug 24 May 19 Aug 24 May 20 Sept 8 May 20 Oct 20 NEW, DUAL ENROLLEMENT, RE- ENTRY, TRANSIENT NON DEGREE June 23 Aug 22 June 23 Aug 22 June 23 Sept 8 June 23 Oct 20 STATE EMPLOYEE, CLASSROOM TEACHER WAIVERS Aug 22 Aug 22 Sept 8 Oct Broward College Catalog Addendum

6 Academic Calendar Term I (Fall 20151) Session I Session II Session III Session IV Aug25-Dec16 Aug25-Oct16 Sept 9-Dec 7 Oct 21-Dec 16 CLASSES BEGIN Aug 25 Aug 25 Sept 9 Oct 21 HOLIDAY (LAB DAY) No Day or Evening Classes Sept 1 Sept 1 LAST DAY F 100% REFUND F DROPPED CLASSES Sept 2 Sept 2 Sept 15 Oct 27 ENROLLMENT VERIFICATION BEGINS Sept 3 Sept 3 Sept 16 Oct 28 MIDTERM Oct 17 Sept 22 Oct 21 Nov 18 LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW FROM ANY CLASS (60% point) Oct 30 Sept 26 Oct 30 Nov 24 LAST DAY TO CHANGE FROM CREDIT TO AUDIT Oct 30 Sept 26 Oct 30 Nov 24 HOLIDAY (VETERANS DAY) No Day or Evening Classes Nov 11 Nov 11 Nov 11 HOLIDAY (THANKSGIVING) No Evening Classes No Day or Evening Classes Nov 26 Nov Nov 26 Nov Nov 26 Nov LAST DAY OF CLASSES Dec 16 Oct 16 Dec 7 Dec 16 FINAL EXAMINATIONS Dec Last Class Meeting Date Last Class Meeting Date Last Class Meeting Date GRADES DUE BY 3PM Dec 17 Oct 17 Dec 17 Dec 17 GRADUATION Dec 18 Dec 18 Dec 18 Dec 18 Broward College Catalog Addendum

7 Academic Calendar Term II (Winter 20152) Session I Session II Session III Session IV Jan 6-May 4 Jan 6-Mar 1 Jan 22-Apr 24 Mar 11-May 4 CLASSES BEGIN Jan 6 Jan 6 Jan 22 Mar 11 LAST DAY F 100% REFUND F DROPPED CLASSES Jan 12 Jan 12 Jan 28 Mar 17 ENROLLMENT VERIFICATION BEGINS Jan 13 Jan 13 Jan 29 Mar 18 HOLIDAY (MLK DAY) No Day or Evening Classes Jan 19 Jan 19 No Day Classes. Classes meet after 5pm. Feb 20 Feb 20 Feb 20 SPRING BREAK Mar 2-8 Mar 2-8 MIDTERM Mar 9 Feb 2 Mar 12 Apr 7 LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW FROM ANY CLASS (60% point) Mar 23 Feb 6 Mar 24 Apr 14 LAST DAY TO CHANGE FROM CREDIT TO AUDIT Mar 23 Feb 6 Mar 24 Apr 14 LAST DAY OF CLASSES May 4 Mar 1 Apr 24 May 4 FINAL EXAMINATIONS Apr 28-May 4 Last Class Meeting Date Last Class Meeting Date Last Class Meeting Date GRADES DUE BY 3PM May 5 Mar 9 May 5 May 5 GRADUATION May 6 May 6 May 6 May Broward College Catalog Addendum

8 Academic Calendar Term III (Summer 20153) Session I May 11-Aug 9 Session II May 11-Jun 22 Session III June 25-Aug 9 CLASSES BEGIN May 11 May 11 June 25 LAST DAY F 100% REFUND F DROPPED CLASSES May 18 May 18 July 1 ENROLLMENT VERIFICATION BEGINS May 19 May 19 July 2 HOLIDAY (MEMIAL DAY) No Day or Evening Classes May 25 May 25 MIDTERM June 26 June 1 July 17 HOLIDAY (INDEPENDENCE DAY) No Day or Evening Classes July 4 July 4 LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW FROM ANY CLASS (60% point) July 7 June 4 July 23 LAST DAY TO CHANGE FROM CREDIT TO AUDIT July 7 June 4 July 23 LAST DAY OF CLASSES EXAMINATIONS Aug 9 June 22 Aug 9 GRADES DUE BY 3PM Aug 10 June 23 Aug 10 GRADUATION (degree conferred) Aug 11 Aug 11 Aug 11 Broward College Catalog Addendum

9 Final Examination Schedule Term I (Fall 20151) All examinations will be held in regular classrooms unless the professor notifies students to the contrary. Please consult with your professors i f: (1) examination times conflict, (2) class start times are not listed, or (3) your class normally meets one hour per week. Final examinations for Session 4 classes will be held the last class meeting. Faculty must coordinate the scheduling of their Session 4 finals through their Associate Dean s Office. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, :30am to 10:20 am For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 7:00am or 7:30am or 8:00am 10:30 am to 12:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 11:00am or 11:30am 12:30 pm to 2:20pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 1:00pm or 1:30pm 2:30 pm to 4:20pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 2:00pm or 2:30pm 4:30 pm to 6:20 pm For classes norm ally starting Monday and Wednesday at 4:00pm or 4:30pm 6:30pm to 8:20pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 7:00pm or 7:30pm For classes normally starting Wednesday at 6:30pm 8:30pm to 10:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 8:00pm or 8:30pm For classes normally starting Wednesday at 8:30pm THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11,2014 8:30 am to 10:20 am For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00am or 7 :30am or 8:00am 10:30 am to 12:20 pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 11:00am or 11:30am 12:30 pm to 2:20 pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 1:00pm or 1:30pm 2:30pm to 4:20pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 2:00pm or 2 :30pm 4:30 pm to 6:20 pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00pm or 4:30pm 6:30pm to 8:20pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00pm or 7:30pm For classes normally starting Thursday at 6:30pm 8:30pmto 10:20pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 8:00pm or 8:30pm For classes normally starting Thursday at 8:30pm FRIDAY,DECEM BER 12,2014 -SUNDAY, DECEM BER 14, 2014 MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, :30am to 10:20 am For classes normally meeting on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, your Fin al Exam will be at your regularly scheduled class time. For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 8:30am or 9:00am or 9:30am 10:30 am to 12:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 10:00am or 10:30am 12:30 pm to 2:20pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 12:00pm or 12:30pm 2:30pm to 4:20pm For classes norm ally starting Monday and Wednesday at 3:00pm or 3:30pm 4:30 pm to 6:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 5:00pm or 5:30pm 6:30pm to 8:20pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 6:00pm or 6:30pm For classes normally starting Monday at 6:30pm 8:30pm to 10:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday at 8:30pm TUESDAY, DECEM BER 16, :30am to 10:20 am 10:30am to 12:20 pm For classes norm ally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30am or 9:00am or 9:30am For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 am or 10:30am 12:30 pm to 2:20pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 12:00pm or 12:30pm 2:30 pm to 4:20 pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 3:00pm or 3:30pm 4:30 pm to 6:20 pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 5:00pm or 5:30pm 6:30pm to 8:20pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 6:00pm or 6:30pm For classes norm ally starting Tuesday at 6:30pm 8:30 pm to 10:20pm For classes norm ally starting Tuesday at 8:30pm WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, Last day to report grades by 3:00pm Broward College Catalog Addendum

10 Final Examination Schedule Term II (Winter 20152) All examinations will be held in regular classroom s unless the professor notifies students to the contrary. Please consult with your professors if: (I) examination times conflict, (2) class start times are not listed, or (3) your class normally meets one hour per week. Final examinations for Session 4 classes will be held the last class meeting. Faculty must coordinate the scheduling of their Session 4 finals through their Associate Dean's Office. TUESDAY, APRIL 28,2015 8:30 am to 10:20 am For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00am or 7:30am or 8:00am 10:30 am to 12:20 pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 11:00am or 11 :30am 12:30 pm to 2:20 pm For classes norm ally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 1:00pm or 1 :30pm 2:30pm to 4:20pm 4:30pm to 6:20pm 6:30pm to 8:20 pm 8:30 pm to 10:20 pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 2:00pm or 2:30pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00pm or 4:30pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 7:00pm or 7:30pm For classes normally starting Tuesday at 6:30pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 8:00pm or 8:30pm For classes normally starting Tuesday at 8:30pm WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29,2015 8:30am to 10:20 am For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 7:00a m or 7:30am or 8:00am 10:30 am to 12:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 11:00am or 11 :30am 12:30 pm to 2:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 1:00pm or 1:30pm 2:30pm to 4:20pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 2:00pm or 2:30pm 4:30 pm to 6:20pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 4:00pm or 4:30pm 6:30pm to 8:20pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 7:00pm or 7:30pm For classes normally starting Wednesday at 6:30pm 8:30 pm to 10:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 8:00pm or 8:30pm For classes norm ally starting Wednesday at 8:30pm THURSDAY, APRIL 30, :30am to 10:20 am For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 8:30am or 9:00am or 9:30am 10:30 am to 12:20 pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 11:00am or 11 :30am 12:30 pm to 2:20pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 1 2 :00pm or 12:30pm 2:30pm to 4:20pm 4:30pm to 6:20pm 6:30 pm to 8:20 pm 8:30pm to 10:20 pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 3:00pm or 3:30pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 5:00pm or 5:30pm For classes normally starting Tuesday and Thursday at 6:00pm or 6:30pm For classes normally starting Thursday at 6:30pm For classes norm ally starting Thursday at 8:30pm FRIDAY, MAY 1, SUNDAY, MAY 3, 2015 For classes normally meeting on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, your Final Exa m will be at your regularly scheduled class time. MONDAY, MAY 4, :30am to 10:20 am For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 8:30am or 9:00am or 9:30am 10:30 am to 12:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 11:00am or 11 :30am 12:30 pm to 2:20pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 1 2 : 0 0 pm or 12:30pm 2:30 pm to 4:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 3:00pm or 3:30pm 4:30 pm to 6:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 5:00pm or 5:30pm 6:30pm to 8:20pm For classes normally starting Monday and Wednesday at 6:00pm or 6:30pm For classes normally starting Monday at 6:30pm 8:30 pm to 10:20 pm For classes normally starting Monday at 8:30pm TUESDAY, MAY 5, Last day to report grades by 3:00pm. Broward College Catalog Addendum

11 Weekend College Calendar TERM I Session I Session II Session III Session IV Aug 25 Dec 18 Aug 25 Oct 18 Sept 9 Dec 7 Oct 21 Dec 18 CLASSES START Aug 25 Aug 25 Sept 9 Oct 21 HOLIDAY (Labor Day) Sept 1 Sept 1 Last Day to Drop with 100% Refund Sept 2 Sept 2 Sept 14 Oct 27 Attendance Verification Period Opens Sept 2 Sept 2 Sept 2 Oct 28 Last Day to Withdraw from any Class Without Refund Oct 30 Sept 26 Oct 30 Nov 24 Last Day to Change from Credit to Audit Oct 30 Sept 26 Oct 30 Nov 24 HOLIDAY (Veteran s Day) Nov 11 Nov 11 Nov 11 HOLIDAY (Thanksgiving) No evening classes Nov 26 Nov 26 Nov 26 No day or evening classes Nov Nov Nov CLASSES END Dec 16 Oct 16 Dec 7 Dec 16 FINAL GRADES DUE BY 3:00 PM Dec 17 Oct 17 Dec 17 Dec 17 TERM II Session I Session II Session III Session IV Jan 6 May 6 Jan 6 Mar 1 Jan 22 Apr 24 Mar 11 May 6 CLASSES START Jan 6 Jan 6 Jan 22 Mar 11 Last Day to Drop with 100% Refund Jan 12 Jan 12 Jan 28 Mar 17 Attendance Verification Period Opens Jan 13 Jan 13 Jan 29 Mar 18 HOLIDAY (Martin L. King, Jr. birthday) No day or evening classes Jan 19 Jan 19 Development Day No day classes Feb 20 Feb 20 Feb 20 HOLIDAY (Spring Break) Mar 2 8 Mar 2 8 Last Day to Withdraw from any Class Without Refund Mar 23 Feb 6 Mar 24 Apr14 Last Day to Change from Credit to Audit Mar 23 Feb 6 Mar 24 Apr14 CLASSES END May 4 Mar 1 Apr 24 May 4 FINAL GRADES DUE BY 3:00 PM May 5 Mar 10 May 5 May 5 TERM III Session I Session II Session III May 11 Aug 10 May 11 Jun 23 Jun 25 Aug 10 CLASSES START May 11 May 11 Jun 25 Last Day to Drop with 100% Refund May 17 May 17 July 1 Attendance Verification Period Opens May 18 May 18 July 2 HOLIDAY (Memorial Day) No day or evening classes May 25 May 25 HOLIDAY (Independence Day) No day or evening classes July 3 4 July 3 4 Last Day to Withdraw from any Class Without Refund July 7 Jun 4 July 23 Last Day to Change from Credit to Audit July 7 Jun 4 July 23 CLASSES END Aug 9 Jun 22 Aug 9 FINAL GRADES DUE BY 3:00 PM Aug 10 Jun 23 Aug Broward College Catalog Addendum

12 International Students Admissions Deadlines Term I (Fall 20151) SESSION I August 25 December 16, 2014 LAST DAY F ALL ADMISSIONS DOCUMENTS TO BE RECEIVED June 1, 2014 Term II (Winter 20152) SESSION I January 6 May 4, 2015 LAST DAY F ALL ADMISSIONS DOCUMENTS TO BE RECEIVED October 1, 2014 Term III (Summer 20153) SESSION I May 11 August 9, 2015 LAST DAY F ALL ADMISSIONS DOCUMENTS TO BE RECEIVED March 1, 2015 Broward College Catalog Addendum

13 District Board of Trustees The Broward College District Board of Trustees brings together community leaders with diverse backgrounds who provide dedicated leadership to the college and its activities. Florida s governor appoints this group of outstanding local citizens. As the governing board of the college, they are the stewards of BC s commitment to excellence, while they guide the college and implement the goals enumerated in their mission statement. Their desire to provide students with the academic skills needed for transferring to universities, to enhance skills to be competitive in the rapidly changing job market, and to offer opportunities for continuing education, personal growth and enrichment is a challenge they approach with enthusiasm. As a team, these dynamic community leaders are fully engaged in providing a future that offers increased higher education opportunities for Broward County residents. John A. Benz, Chair Pam Stephany, Vice Chair Sean Guerin Elizabeth Tonkin Gloria Fernandez Broward College Catalog Addendum

14 Broward College Foundation Since its inception in 1971, the Broward College Foundation has transformed lives through education by providing community awareness, advocacy and financial resources to Broward College. The foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization led by a volunteer board of directors composed of business and civic leaders, donors and college representatives. Through their efforts, the foundation raises funds, conducts programs and practices stewardship that provides an affordable, quality education for many students who could not otherwise afford to attend college. The foundation also supports an endowed teaching chair program to reward outstanding professors and encourage innovation in the classroom. Board of Directors John P. Hart, Chair Jesse P. Gaddis Ray Kendrick, past Chair Kathryn Young Glenewinkel Gregory R. Tait, Vice Chair Phillip E. Harlow Philip G. McNally, Secretary Teresa Hodge Michael G. Landry, Treasurer Anne Kessler Kathy Koch Nancy R. Botero, Executive Director James B. LaBate J. David Armstrong, Jr., Broward College President Marsha Levy Bob Birdsong Chris Mobley Kyle C. Boos Stacy Modlin Michael Borrone Eugene K. Pettis Trevor A. Hansen Phil Rosenberg Bacardi Jackson Ellen Schulman Teresa Justice Teresa B. Sjogren Roy Krause Richard O. Wessel Christine Lambertus Scott Whiddon Gregory E. McGowan Louis Wolff Bruce Rector Mary Wood Lloyd F. Rhodes Dr. Dianne Ruggiero Director Emeritus Jean B. Seaver Russell L. Cheatham Pamela Stephany Alfred D. Harrington, Jr. James D. Tidwell Dr. Willis Holcombe Richard Kip Honorary Directors Clete Siefker Kimberly Aldunate Judy Van Alstyne Walter Banks Carol Weber-Thomas Gale Butler Dr. Michael Chizner Chairman Emeritus Arden Dickey Gene A. Whiddon (deceased) Mark R. Fried Broward College Catalog Addendum

15 Scholarships The Broward College Foundation serves as the conduit of private contributions to the college. Each year the foundation provides more $2 million in scholarship funds to the college through the generosity of individuals, families, foundations, companies, and organizations. Scholarships are available for financially needy students and merit awards are available for students with outstanding academic records. Endowed Teaching Chairs Program The Broward College Foundation was the nation s first community college foundation to complete an endowed teaching chair capital campaign; to recognize, support, and encourage the efforts of outstanding professors in their classrooms. The campaign was initiated to honor the college s 30 th anniversary with a goal of 30 chairs. Today, the program has 36 chairs, and more than 100 professors have been named recipients. Meritorious Service Awards Periodically, Broward College and the Broward College Foundation recognize individuals for their outstanding leadership, service, and philanthropy to the college. The college recognizes their efforts with the following awards: Distinguished Service Award Gene A. Whiddon, 1973* James D. Camp, Jr., 1977 Elmer E. Rasmuson, 1977* Seahawk Award Stephen F. Snyder, 1988 Gene A. Whiddon, 1988* Robert Elmore, 1989* Daniel S. Goddrum, 1990* Richard S. Kip, 1995 William F. Leonard, 1999* Chairman s Award Darran Blake, 2008 Joe Charles, 2009 Philip G. McNally, Broward College Catalog Addendum

16 Distinguished Alumni Award Al Rantel, 1983 Judge Gary Farmer, 1998 George Platt, 1983 Michael Rudolph, 1999* Larry Ellis, 1984 Dr. Michael David Bartberger, 2000 Donald Harvey, 1984 Arden Dickey, 2001 Debbie Sanderson, 1984 Miles McGrane, 2002 Teresa Sjogren, 1984 Denise M. Nieman, 2003 Lt. Col. Thomas Taylor, 1985 Louise Crocco, 2004 Dr. Betty Adkins, 1987 Charles N. Lyle, 2004* Robert Alexander, 1987 Patti Barney, 2005 Bonnie Flynn, 1987 Edwin Moore, 2005 Dr. William Greene, 1987 Judge Catalina M. Avalos, 2006 Richard Hanauer, 1987 Teresa S. Justice, 2006 Stephen McDonald, 1987 Dr. S. Kimara March, 2007 James Naugle, 1987 Dr. Theodore J. Wright, 2007 Aldanzo Pratt, 1987 Paul D. Bain, 2008 Dr. Timothy Adkins, 1988 Jodie Fry, 2008 Gov. Parris Glendening, 1988 Max B. Osceola, Jr Sandra McCray, 1988 Dr. Susan B. Hassmiller, 2009 Dr. Imgard Bocchino, 1989* Lisa Scott-Founds, 2011 Dr. William Proctor, 1989 Ignacio Reyes, 2001 Jasmine Shirley, 1989 Mike Borrone, 2012 Robert Ferrigno, 1990 Shubert Chang, 2012 Evelyn Hardy, 1990 Dr. Robert Easton, Jr., 2012 Dr. Betty Brady, 1991 Diana Hunter-Gonzalez, 2012 Barbara Jean Ellis, 1991 The Honorable Charles LaMarca, 2012 Dominick Calabro, 1991 Michael Nyitray, 2012 Gabriel Grasso, 1991* David Sirois, 2012 Varen Black, 1992 Dr. Deborah Adair Sheriff Ronald Cochran, 1992* Michelle Alban-Lane, 2013 Donna Wallace, 1992 Kyle Boos, 2013 Deborah Hazleton, 1993 Marissa Kelley, 2013 Cynthia Lodge, 1993 Jeffrey Koch, 2013 Ray Recchi, 1993* Matthew Rocco, 2013 Winifred Warnat, 1993 Maria Alexandra Sanchez, 2013 Dr. Deborah Sloan, 1994 Franklin C. Adderly, 2014 William Milano, 1994 Sharry A. Kimmel, Ph.D., 2014 Cherokee Paul McDonald, 1995 Joshua Lenchus, D.O., 2014 Wil Trower, 1995 Rick Mijares, 2014 Dr. Rita Mae Brown, 1996 Bob Saxon, 2014 Terry Glatt, 1996 Nancy Tanner, 2014 Dr. Seth Kalichman, 1996 Sharon Robb, 1996 Steven Berrard, 1997 *Deceased Broward College Catalog Addendum

17 Academics - Bookstore - Academic Success Centers - Honors Institute - Accelerated Programs for High School Students - Prior Learning Assessment - Internship Education - International Education - Online Learning - Blended Learning Opportunities - Degrees and Programs o Career and Technical Education Program placement rates updated FETPIP o New, Modified, and Terminated Programs - Continuing Education - Course Descriptions o New, Modified, and Terminated Courses o Courses with fee changes Broward College Catalog Addendum

18 Bookstore Broward College has outsourced the college bookstore to Barnes & Noble College Booksellers. The bookstores offer a complete line of textbooks, new, used, ebooks and rental and selection of trade and reference books. We also have an extensive assortment of educational supplies and gift items. Services also include special orders for books and software not normally carried as basic stock and buyback of used college books. Prices are established according to the national standard typically found at other colleges and universities. The bookstore accepts Visa, MasterCard, Amex and Discover credit cards. You can order your course materials online at: broward.bncollege.com Bookstore hours of operations are posted on our website at: A. Hugh Adams Central Campus Bookstore Bldg. 19, Rm North Campus Bookstore Bldg. 46, Rm Judson A. Samuels South Campus Bookstore Bldg Willis Holcombe Center Bookstore Bldg. 33, Rm Pines Center Bookstore Bldg. 101, Rm Weston Center Bookstore Bldg. 110, Rm Miramar West Center Bookstore Bldg. 3103, Rm. 133 Broward College Catalog Addendum

19 Academic Success Centers The College has seven Academic Success Centers (formally known as Learning Resource Centers) to service the academic needs of our students. The locations are as follows: A Hugh Adams Central Campus 3501 SW Davie Rd Bldg. 17, 2 nd Floor Davie, FL North Campus 1000 Coconut Creek Blvd Bldg. 62, Room 115 Coconut Creek, FL Judson A. Samuels South Campus 7200 Pines Blvd Bldg. 72, 1st and 2nd Floor Pembroke Pines, FL Willis Holcombe Center 111 E. Las Olas Blvd Bldg. 33, Room 430 Fort Lauderdale, FL Pines Center Sheridan St First Floor Pembroke Pines, FL Coral Springs Academic Center 3500 N. University Dr Room 222 Coral Springs, FL Miramar West Center 1930 SW 145 th Ave Bldg. 3101, Room 130 Miramar, FL Broward College Catalog Addendum

20 Honors Institute The Robert Bob Elmore Honors Institute One of the most highly rated two-year Honors Programs in the country, the Robert Bob Elmore Honors Institute at Broward College serves approximately 1200 students annually and is the only program at Broward College to offer specially designed honors curriculum and academic programming. Honors Institute Advantages Honors faculty teach dynamic, seminar-style honors classes which are capped at twenty students. Honors classes create an enriched and specialized learning experience for our students and Honors Institute members receive special recognition and benefits, including but not limited to, priority registration privileges. The Honors Institute Mission Statement The mission of the Robert Bob Elmore Honors Institute of Broward College is to provide an enriched program in a vibrant, active scholarly community of students, faculty, and staff which: stimulates critical thinking and creativity; challenges the intellect and fosters independent thought; builds self-confidence and empowerment; provides opportunity for cultural enrichment; promotes a global perspective; and enhances career and professional development. Eligibility for the Honors Institute Students entering Broward College as freshmen are eligible to apply for admission to the Honors Institute based on their unweighted High School GPA or on SAT, ACT, or PERT scores. Current and transfer students who have completed 12 college-level credit hours and have earned a minimum of a 3.5 Overall/Honors GPA are eligible to apply for admission to the Honors Institute. Eligibility information, campus contact information, and the Honors Institute Application are available on the BC website, Honors Institute home page, at Honors Institute Scholarships The Honors Institute offers term scholarships to qualifying part-time and full-time Honors students. Award amounts vary depending upon available funds. The Honors Institute also offers the Irm s 100 Scholarship to high school graduates who meet eligibility criteria. This honors scholarship offers recent high school graduates waivers for tuition and fees for up to 60 credit hours of course work. Generally, these scholarships cover up to 15 credit hours per semester, as well as book supplements. Applicants with complete applications will be invited to participate in an interview and compose an essay. Award amounts are based on the interview committee s determinations. Through BC s International Education program, eligible Honors students can apply for a subsidy for International Study Abroad Programs. All graduates of the Honors Institute are eligible to apply for transfer scholarships from public and private universities with the added distinction of being an Honors Institute Certificate holder. Broward College Catalog Addendum

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