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Apr
22
Mon
Fall Registration
Apr 22 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Professor and students in the classroom

Attention students: Early registration for Fall is open for degree-seeking with 0 to 15 credits. Tuition payment plans are available. To register, review your academic plan and visit your advisor. Log on to www.Broward.edu/MyBC to register for classes. 

BC Navigate Mobile App: Download “Navigate College Simplified” from the App Store or Google Play to stay on top of important deadlines, schedule appointments with your advisor, and review important to-do items. Download and log in with your broward.edu email address and you’re all set.
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Apr
24
Wed
BC South Campus Adjunct Faculty Job Fair @ Judson A. Samuels South Campus
Apr 24 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Broward College is recruiting adjunct faculty candidates interested in teaching in several disciplines. The job fair will take place at Judson A. Samuels South Campus on Wednesday, April 24, 2019 from 4pm – 7pm. Building 68/room 176 (Southern Breezes Cafe) See flyer below for more information. Dress to impress.

 

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The Education Pathway Presents- Mr. David Lawrence Presentation and Book Signing @ Broward College - A. Hugh Adams Central Campus (Building 1008, Room 105)
Apr 24 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Come out and meet Education activist and author, Mr. David Lawrence on April 24th from 5 -7pm at Central Campus, as he speaks about living your best life and his work in the field of Education. Attendees will have the opportunity for a meet and greet and book signing. 

The first twenty people to RSVP and attend the event will receive a FREE book. This event is open to all Broward College students, faculty and staff. 

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Speaker Series Featuring Hill Harper @ Amaturo Theater at Broward Center
Apr 24 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Broward College Speaker Series at the Amaturo Theater at Broward CenterHill Harper is a humanitarian, actor, author, entrepreneur, health and wellness ambassador/educator and philanthropist. Harper is perhaps most recognizable for his starring role in the CBS hit television drama CSI: NY where he played eccentric Dr. Sheldon Hawkes from 2004 to 2013 for which Harper won three NAACP Image Awards for Best Lead Actor in a Drama Series. Subsequently, Harper returned to CBS starring in Covert Affairs, the fast-paced drama Limitless, and Showtime’s award-winning drama Homeland. Harper is a member of the cast of ABC’s #1 drama The Good Doctor and hosts How It Really Happened with Hill Harper on HLN. Harper is the author of four New York Times best-sellers and has earned seven NAACP Image Awards for his writing and acting. Additionally, Harper founded The Manifest Your Destiny Foundation which is dedicated to empowering underserved youth through mentorship, scholarship, and grant programs.

Harper graduated magna cum laude as valedictorian of his department with a bachelor’s degree from Brown University and cum laude with a Juris Doctorate degree from Harvard Law School. He also holds a master’s degree with honors from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and holds Honorary Doctoral Degrees from Winston-Salem State University, Cheyney University, Westfield State College, Tougaloo College, Le-Moyne Owen College, Dillard University and Howard University. 

Wednesday, April 24, 2019 | 7:30 p.m.

Topic – Sailing the Seven C’s of Success

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Apr
27
Sat
Tillman Honor Run April 27, 2019 @ Broward College South Campus
Apr 27 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am

Broward College is proud to present the “Tillman Honor Run” at BC South Campus. The ASU Alumni Association, in support of the Pat Tillman Foundation, coordinates the annual Tillman Honor Runs, hosted by ASU Alumni Chapters & Clubs around the United States. On April 27, join the ASU Alumni South Florida Club to run or walk 4.2 miles and raise funds to support the Tillman Scholar program for students veterans. Tillman Honor Runs are casual, family-friendly fun-runs and supports a great cause!

For questions about the South Florida Honor Run, please contact the event Captain, Andrea Bos. (alb@assoulineberlowe.com)

Note: The deadline to register in order to receive your shirt for event day is April 11. For registrations that come in after April 11, you will receive your shirt in the mail AFTER the event on April 27.

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May
1
Wed
Dinner at the Square #2: Can Sea Level Rise Be Stopped? Ultimately Who Will Pay For It? @ Funky Buddha Brewery
May 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Village Square Dinner 3: Sea Level Rise in Fort Lauderdale

Topic: Can Sea Level Rise Be Stopped? Ultimately Who Will Pay For It?

This past October, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released what has become known as its “Doomsday” report, describing a looming catastrophe that demands aggressive global response now to avert its devastating consequences in the next twenty to thirty years.

The enormity and complexity of the issue has had paralyzing effects, leading to complacency or outright refutation of the facts. Add to this the scientific uncertainties and mysteries that keep us from facing the realities. David Wallace Wells, New York Times Deputy Editor, wrote in his recent New York Times opinion column, “We are all living in delusion, unable to really process the news from science that climate change amounts to an all-encompassing threat. Indeed, a threat the size of life itself.”
While individual action is important, collective political action is necessary to achieve the massive changes that will move us both to (1) the slow-down of global warming from a low-carbon economy, and (2) reduced impacts from the effects of warming already underway. In his Gates Notes, Bill Gates recently stated that “to stop the planet from getting substantially warmer, we need breakthroughs in how we make things, grow food, and move people and goods—not just how we power our homes and cars. That massive action takes government, inspired thought leaders, industry, as well as an educated, open-eyed, committed electorate.
Sea Level Rise, a by-product of global warming, threatens Broward County because of our low elevation, porous geology, and adjacency to the Atlantic Ocean. Does Broward County have an ethical responsibility to participate in the global conversation and enlighten its citizens with more urgency? While the nation seems to be paralyzed and behind the eight ball in preparing for sea level rise we, in Broward County are considered national leaders in dealing with these challenges. Can Sea Level Rise be stopped? Ultimately who will pay for it: Federal, State, local government? Coal and oil industry? Homeowners and investors? Are these actions only costs, or is there a positive Return on Investment (ROI)?
 
Panelists:
John Morales, Chief Meteorologist WTVJ, NBC-6 Miami
Alec Bogdanoff, Ph D., & Co-Founder, Brizaga Inc.
 
Moderator:
Rosemary O’Hara, Editorial Page Editor, Sun Sentinel
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May
7
Tue
Graduation Commencement Ceremony @ BB&T Center
May 7 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Congratulations Broward College graduates. You have worked extremely hard to get to this point in your life. We highly recommend that you see your guidance counselor before you attend the graduation ceremony to make sure that you meet all of the requirements for your degree. For more information visit: Graduation Ceremony Information

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May
14
Tue
Last Day to Add a Class (Summer Term Session 2) @ All Broward College Campuses
May 14 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Broward College CampusesAttention All Students: If you want to register for Summer Term with a session two class. You must go to your myBC account and pick a class that is available with the add/drop feature. You must register today for a session two summer term class. If you need to see an academic adviser please visit our website to talk online or register to meet with an adviser in person.

  1. Go to myBC login and sign in
  2. Go to the Add/Drop feature
  3. look for the available classes you want to register for
  4. Make sure you hit the update my schedule button to lock in your registration
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May
19
Sun
Last Day to Add a Class (Summer Term Session 1) @ All Broward College Campuses
May 19 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Broward College CampusesAttention All Students: If you want to register for Summer Term with a session one class. You must go to your myBC account and pick a class that is available with the add/drop feature. You must register today for a session one summer term class. If you need to see an academic adviser please visit our website to talk online or register to meet with an adviser in person.

  1. Go to myBC login and sign in
  2. Go to the Add/Drop feature
  3. look for the available classes you want to register for
  4. Make sure you hit the update my schedule button to lock in your registration 
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May
20
Mon
Last Day To Drop Class With 100% Refund (Summer Term Session 1) @ All Broward College Campuses
May 20 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

100% Refund for Broward College Summer Classes

Attention All Students: If you want to drop a class for Spring Term with a session three class you must go to your myBC account and choose the class that you want to drop with the add/drop feature. You must drop today for a session three spring term class. If you need to see an academic adviser please visit our website to talk online or register to meet with an adviser in person.

  1. Go to myBC login and sign in
  2. Go to the Add/Drop feature
  3. Look for the classes you want to drop
  4. press drop class button
  5. Make sure you hit the update my schedule button to drop the class 
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