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Apr
8
Mon
Broward College Open Fall Registration
Apr 8 @ 7:38 pm – 8:38 pm

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Attention students: Registration for Fall is now open for new students, non-degree, dual enrollment, and continuing students.

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.

Tuition Payment Plan: http://mycollegepaymentplan.com/broward/

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Apr
10
Wed
Early Fall Registration @ MyBC via One Access
Apr 10 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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Attention students: Early registration for Fall 2019 is open for Veterans, Athletes, Honors, Limited Access and College Academy. 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 Student” 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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Student Village Square: Open vs Closed Borders: The Debate @ Broward College South Campus
Apr 10 @ 9:30 am – 10:45 am

Faculty and students will debate the current immigration crisis, the debate about the relationship between open borders and increased crime, and whether the country should move to lesser or greater restrictions on immigration. For more information, please contact Professor Kari Hebert at khebert@broward.edu

Speakers:

Adonia Simpson, Director of the Family Defense Program, Americans for Immigrant Justice

Adonia R. Simpson is the Director of the Family Defense Program at Americans for Immigrant Justice. Ms. Simpson has substantial experience in both private practice and legal services. Ms. Simpson started her legal career as the Fellow for the Center for Law and Social Responsibility providing representation on Special Immigrant Juvenile cases at Greater Boston Legal Services. During her Fellowship, she also participated in a trial observation in Colombia with the support of Rights and Democracy and Lawyers without Borders of Canada. Following her fellowship, she worked in private practice providing representation on defensive immigration and criminal matters. Before AI Justice, Ms. Simpson was the Managing Attorney at Catholic Charities of Baltimore’s Immigration Legal Services at the Esperanza Center. Ms. Simpson has frequently lectured, written and been interviewed on immigration topics. She is licensed in Massachusetts and the United States Supreme Court.

Driena Sixto, Gulf Regional Manager, Turning Point USA

Driena Sixto is a Miami-Dade County native, born and raised in the city of Hialeah, and proud daughter of Cuban parents – her father being an ex political prisoner. She is a Florida International University alumna with two B.A.s – in International Relations and Political Science. During the 2016 presidential election cycle, she served as the National Outreach and Recruitment Director for the student volunteer branch of one of the top 5 Republican presidential candidates. Currently, she is the Gulf Regional Manager for Turning Point USA, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, non-partisan organization. She is in charge of operations in the state of Florida, Alabama and Mississippi. TPUSA is the largest conservative student organization nationwide and is dedicated to educating students on the importance of free markets, limited government, and fiscal responsibility on campuses nationwide. Driena hopes to give back to her community by helping young people escape generational poverty through education. Education on the importance of entrepreneurship, free markets, and individual liberty.

About the Student Village Square: The Student Village Square at Broward College – a political forum for students, by students – provides a safe and engaging space for civic engagement on diverse matters of local, state, and national importance. Much like Broward College’s Village Square, the Student Village Square aims to help maintain factual accuracy on diverse issues, and cultivate dispassionate, reasoned dialogue but for the College’s student body. The topics of the Student Village Square are learning-centered, that is, aimed at enhancing the curriculum of the College. Our events are free and open to the public. We invite you to join us for our upcoming events!

 

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BC Talks 3rd Annual College Wide Speech Contest @ Broward College Central Campus
Apr 10 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
BC Talks 3rd Annual Speech Contest is taking place on April 10th, in conjunction with National Library Week. The week is a national observance each April sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) to celebrate the contributions of our nation’s libraries and librarians, as well as promote library use and support.
 
This year’s themes are derived from College Read and Literacy Festival’s featured book, The Moth Presents All These Wonders. The book is a collection of stories about facing the unknown from various storytellers. 
 
For more information and complete contest rules, please email BCTalks@broward.edu.

 

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Steam Visiting Artist Series (Glass Artist Mark Zirpel) @ Broward College North Campus Building 62 Room 154
Apr 10 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Broward College STEAM Visting Artist SeriesBroward College is proud to present to our community our Steam Visiting Artist Series for 2018-2019. Broward College understands that art is important for our community and we have asked different artist in different fields of art to explain what they do. Have you ever looked at a piece of art and wondered how that was made? Well you will have a chance to listen, meet, and ask questions to famous artists that are changing the world of art every day! If you have any questions about the upcoming events. Please reach out to Erika by phone 954-201-8719 or email eneff@broward.com.

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Apr
11
Thu
Steam Visiting Artist Series (Glass Artist Mark Zirpel) @ Broward College North Campus Building 50 Room 125
Apr 11 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Broward College STEAM Visting Artist SeriesBroward College is proud to present to our community our Steam Visiting Artist Series for 2018-2019. Broward College understands that art is important for our community and we have asked different artist in different fields of art to explain what they do. Have you ever looked at a piece of art and wondered how that was made? Well you will have a chance to listen, meet, and ask questions to famous artists that are changing the world of art every day! If you have any questions about the upcoming events. Please reach out to Erika by phone 954-201-8719 or email eneff@broward.com.

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Apr
15
Mon
Last Day To Withdraw From A Class (Spring Term Session 4) @ All Broward College Campuses
Apr 15 @ 7:00 am – 11:00 pm

Broward College Spring Term First Day Of ClassAttention Students: Today, April 15, is the last day to drop courses for Session 4. Visit MyBC.edu to make changes. Check with your advisor or call 954-201-7350 as these changes can affect your Financial Aid status.

  1. Login into your myBC account
  2. Go to the Add/Drop feature 
  3. View your Spring 2019 term schedule
  4. Press drop class button
  5. Update your schedule to completely drop your class
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Apr
17
Wed
Fall 2019 Registration
Apr 17 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

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Attention students: Early registration for Fall is open for degree-seeking > 30 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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Because I Said I Would. With Alex Sheen @ Bailey Hall at Broward College Central Campus
Apr 17 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Meet Alex Sheen on Wednesday, April 17 at Bailey Hall in Central Campus at 10am. 

Presentation and book signing with Alex Sheen, four-time TEDx speaker and founder of the ‘because I said I would’ movement which has inspired millions around the world to keep their promises.

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

A complimentary copy of ‘because I said I would’ will be available to the first 50 registrants!

Register now!

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Apr
19
Fri
Fall 2019 Registration
Apr 19 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

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Attention students: Early registration for Fall is open for degree-seeking > 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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