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Dec
15
Fri
Winter Break
Dec 15 2017 @ 10:00 am – Jan 8 2018 @ 11:45 pm

Broward College Winter Break

Winter Break is here! We know you worked hard for this break! We want to take the time to wish everyone a safe & happy break away from classes. We hope to see you next term for Spring. If you have not registered for Spring Term yet there is still time! 

New students visit: Broward.edu/enroll

Current Students visit: Broward.edu/MyBC

Jan
5
Fri
Broward College Quick Start @ Broward College North, Central, South, WHC-Downtown Campuses
Jan 5 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Broward College Quick Start

 

At Quick Start, you will be able to:

1. APPLY TO BROWARD COLLEGE

2. ATTEND NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION (MUST ARRIVE BY 4PM)

3. MEET WITH AN ACADEMIC ADVISOR

4. REGISTER FOR CLASSES

5. SUBMIT PROOF OF FLORIDA RESIDENCY

6. TAKE A PLACEMENT TEST (MUST ARRIVE BY 5PM)

7. APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID

8. APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS

9. VISIT THE CASHIER’S OFFICE (OPEN UNTIL 6:30PM)

10. PURCHASE BOOKS AND SUPPLIES AT THE BOOKSTORE (NORTH AND CENTRAL CAMPUS)

1. APPLY TO BROWARD COLLEGE

2. ATTEND NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION (MUST ARRIVE BY 4PM)

3. MEET WITH AN ACADEMIC ADVISOR

4. REGISTER FOR CLASSES

5. SUBMIT PROOF OF FLORIDA RESIDENCY

6. TAKE A PLACEMENT TEST (MUST ARRIVE BY 5PM)

7. APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID

8. APPLY FOR SCHOLARSHIPS

9. VISIT THE CASHIER’S OFFICE (OPEN UNTIL 6:30PM)

10. PURCHASE BOOKS AND SUPPLIES AT THE BOOKSTORE (NORTH AND CENTRAL CAMPUS)

Jan
8
Mon
Spring Classes Start – Session 1
Jan 8 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm

There’s still time to register for Spring. Session 1 begins January 8. 

New students visit: Broward.edu/enroll

Current Students visit: Broward.edu/MyBC

Register now for Spring Classes

Jan
15
Mon
Martin Luther King, Jr. – Day of Service
Jan 15 @ 12:00 am – 11:45 pm

Classes and offices are closed in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. The College has teamed up with numerous community organizations on this day of service – volunteering to take the day on and serve our community. Learn more:  http://www.broward.edu/community/MLKDayofService/Pages/mlk-volunteer.aspx

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Jan
18
Thu
Pushing Dead @ Broward College Bailey Hall
Jan 18 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Broward College Pushing Dead Movie

Danny Glover and James Roday star in this comedy about a struggling writer who has been HIV-positive for over 20 years. After depositing a $100 birthday check, he is dropped from his insurance plan for earning too much. In this new era of “sort-of” universal healthcare, can he take on a helpless bureaucracy or come up with $3,000 a month to buy his meds on his own?

Jan
20
Sat
Monty Alexander Trio @ Broward College Bailey Hall
Jan 20 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Broward College Bailey Hall Monty Alexander Trio

Born in Kingston, Jamaica on D-Day, Monty Alexander is a self-taught pianist with prodigious skills that were evident from age four. He was gigging in Kingston clubs in his teens when he moved to Miami briefly. His playing retains a strong Caribbean influence, but with a significant bebop flavor and bright swinging feeling. Influenced by Nat Cole, Oscar Peterson, Erroll Garner, and Wynton Kelly, Alexander is known for his surprise musical twists and the ability to build dramatic suspense. His roots are evident in all of his playing, both on piano and melodica.

Jan
24
Wed
Aquila Theatre Presents Sense and Sensibility @ Broward College Bailey Hall
Jan 24 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Broward College Bailey Hall Aquila Theatre Present Sense and Sensibility

Jane Austen is one of the most popular and beloved authors of all time. Born in the late 18th century, she wrote with great insight and wit about the lives of the English upper middle class. Her characters seem to drift through the inescapable life of leisure that only privilege can afford, yet are forever negotiating the reality of birthright and custom. Sense & Sensibility poignantly and cleverly illustrates the effects of economic uncertainty brought about by the common practice of the first-born male inheriting entire family fortunes, often leaving the rest of the family to fend for themselves.

The characters of Sense & Sensibilty live in a world in which choices are limited – especially for women. The story revolves around the lives of two sisters, Elinor who is level headed and full of sense, and the hopelessly romantic, Marianne. After the untimely and unexpected death of their father, both sisters and their mother are forced to leave their comfortable lives, while their half-brother and his wife inherit the family estate. The only hope for the two sisters is a profitable marriage. Seduction, courtship, love, heartbreak and surprise abound in this classic romantic comedy.

Jan
31
Wed
Aquila Theatre Presents Hamlet @ Broward College Bailey Hall
Jan 31 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Broward College Bailey Hall Aquila Theatre Presents Hamlet

Hamlet is arguably Shakespeare’s greatest play. Written in 1602, it is one of the most complete portrayals of the human psyche that exists in Western Literature. A compelling tale of familial discord, personal ambition, love and revenge, Hamlet has enthralled audiences for 400 years. Mortality and madness are two of the most pronounced themes of Shakespeare’s epic and the characters; Hamlet, Ophelia, Gertrude, and Claudius inhabit a rich landscape replete with deceit, mistrust, and schemes. Four centuries after its premiere, Hamlet continues as one of the classics of the world stage.

The New York Times says that Aquila “makes Shakespeare perfectly comprehensible” and hails the company as “an extraordinarily inventive and disciplined outfit.”

Feb
3
Sat
The Triplets of Belleville – Live @ Broward College Bailey Hall
Feb 3 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Broward College Bailey Hall The Triplets of Belleville Live

This much beloved animated film is screened as composer Benoit Charest leads Le Terrible Orchestre de Belleville in the live performance of his original score for the film, including his academy award nominated best song. In the spirit of the film, Le Terrible Orchestre de Belleville transports audiences to the exciting streets of 1920’s Paris and Le Jazz Hot.

Kidnapped by mysterious, square-shouldered henchmen, a Tour de France cyclist named Champion is spirited across the ocean to the teeming metropolis of Belleville. His near-sighted grandmother and faithful dog follow his trail and are taken in by a trio of eccentric jazz-era divas. The motley sleuths follow the clues to an under- ground speakeasy, where they entertain the crowd. The chase is on!

Feb
11
Sun
Gustavo Romero: “Paintings From The Piano” @ Broward College Bailey Hall
Feb 11 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Broward College Bailey Hall Gustavo Romero Paintings From The Piano

Both music and visual art stem from the same desire to discover and interpret the beauty of this world and its inhabitants. However, it is rather rare that composers would be explicitly inspired by particular works of art. This concert features two such special works: selections from Enrique Granados’s monumental Goyescas (based on paintings by Francisco Goya), and Modest Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition (inspired by paintings by Viktor Hartmann). Both of these works present a culmination of the Romantic Style and a unique pairing of visual and performing arts.

Award-winning, internationally acclaimed pianist Gustavo Romero is a frequent guest in our series. We are very fortunate to have him share his intimate art with us once again.

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