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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 press the update my schedule button to drop the class 
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Last Day To Drop Class With 100% Refund (Summer Term Session 2) @ All Broward College Campuses
May 20 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

100% Refund for Broward College Summer ClassesAttention 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 press the update my schedule button to drop the class 
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May
22
Wed
Fall 2019 Open Registration
May 22 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Student Life

Attention students: Registration for Fall is open. 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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May
24
Fri
Nuclear Medicine Information Session @ Broward College North Campus Building 41 Room 151
May 24 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Broward College Nuclear Medicine Sessions at Broward College North Campus

Nuclear medicine is a unique branch of radiology as it provides information about the structure and function of nearly every vital organ system in our bodies. This program prepares students to become Nuclear Medicine Technologists. Nuclear Medicine Technologists prepare and administer radiopharmaceuticals to patients and perform diagnostic procedures on virtually every organ system in the human body by using highly sophisticated computerized detection systems to produce and process images. Completion of the A.S. degree in nuclear medicine can be completed in less than two years. 

Attend this information session and learn about our program and a future career in Nuclear Medicine.

Visit www.broward.edu/nuclearmedicine for more information.

If you are unable to attend a face to face session, we offer an alternative Virtual Online Information Session. Please fill out the form to receive an email with information on the program. Coming to a face to face information session is HIGHLY recommended.

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May
29
Wed
Orbit into STEM Education @ Broward College A. Hugh Adams Central Campus
May 29 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Learn about careers in Science and Mathematics Education, hear from professionals in Aerospace Science, Fly a Drone and enjoy other hands-on activities. Includes Free Lunch & Giveaways. RSVP at bit.ly/2JtZhp1

Guest Speakers: Dr. Lester Morales_NASA & Mr. Gustavo Junco_EMBRY-RIDDLE

Date: May 29, 2019

Time: 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Hosted by: Education Pathway, Teacher Education Program, Kappa Delta Pi, and Phi Delta Alpha

 

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Village Square Dinner 3: How Florida’s New Immigration Bill Can Help or Hurt Florida @ Funky Buddha Brewery
May 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

How Florida’s New Immigration Bill Could Help or Hurt Florida

In Florida, immigrants make up more than a fifth of the population, coming from places as diverse as Cuba, Haiti, Mexico and parts of South America. 
The Florida Senate & House are currently working on legislation that would require local governments to use their “best efforts” to support federal immigration law, including complying with requests from Immigration and Customs Enforcement to detain suspected undocumented immigrants held in local jails until ICE is able to pick them up.
A coalition of civil rights groups, social justice advocates, farmers and business leaders had teamed up to try to block the legislation.
Opponents say the House and Senate bills are drafted so broadly that Florida law enforcement officials would in effect become deputies in President Trump’s broader crackdown on immigrants in the country illegally. Opponents fear that heightened cooperation with ICE will increase racial profiling while undermining the state economy by eroding its workforce.
Others believe it is a mechanism to solve a significant problem that exists in this state today since it’s estimated that about 775,000 immigrants living in Florida are in the country illegally. Those in favor of the bill believe that this law would not affect hardworking illegal immigrants that are not breaking the law.
At stake, opponents say, are not just the civil liberties of immigrants, but also Florida’s thriving economy and its identity — at least in the state’s biggest cities — as a melting pot that welcomes outsiders. About 20 percent of Florida’s population is foreign-born, though that share is far higher, 53 percent, in Miami and Orlando.
The Florida chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union issued a “travel alert” last month warning that immigrants’ rights could be at risk should the legislation be signed into law.
But other important business interests have been less vocal in their opposition, at least publicly, than they were during an earlier immigration debate in 2011. That year, former Gov. Rick Scott, fueled into office by tea-party fervor, tried unsuccessfully to pass a stringent immigration law. The difference, is that this year’s proposal does not include employers’ biggest worry: a mandate to use the E-Verify electronic system to check employees’ immigration status.
  • Private Member/Speaker Reception: 6:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.
  • Programming: 6:45 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
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Jun
7
Fri
Last Day To Withdraw From A Class (Summer Term Session 2) @ All Broward College Campuses
Jun 7 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Broward College CampusesAttention Students: Today, June 7, is the last day to drop courses for Session 2. 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 Summer 2019 term schedule
  4. Press drop class button
  5. Update your schedule to completely drop your class
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Jun
14
Fri
Nuclear Medicine Information Session @ Broward College North Campus Building 41 Room 151
Jun 14 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Broward College Nuclear Medicine Sessions at Broward College North Campus

Nuclear medicine is a unique branch of radiology as it provides information about the structure and function of nearly every vital organ system in our bodies. This program prepares students to become Nuclear Medicine Technologists. Nuclear Medicine Technologists prepare and administer radiopharmaceuticals to patients and perform diagnostic procedures on virtually every organ system in the human body by using highly sophisticated computerized detection systems to produce and process images. Completion of the A.S. degree in nuclear medicine can be completed in less than two years. 

Attend this information session and learn about our program and a future career in Nuclear Medicine.

Visit www.broward.edu/nuclearmedicine for more information.

If you are unable to attend a face to face session, we offer an alternative Virtual Online Information Session. Please fill out the form to receive an email with information on the program. Coming to a face to face information session is HIGHLY recommended.

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Jun
21
Fri
Fall 2019 Last Day to Add a Class – Session II
Jun 21 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Classroom

Attention All Students: If you want to register for Fall Term with a session two class you must go to your myBC account and choose a class that is available with the add/drop feature. You must register today for a session two fall term class. If you need to see an academic adviser please go to 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 press the update my schedule button to lock in your registration
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Jun
27
Thu
Last Day to Add a Class (Summer Term Session 3) @ All Broward College Campuses
Jun 27 @ 8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Broward College CampusesAttention All Students: If you want to register for Summer Term with a session three 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 three 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 press the update my schedule button to lock in your registration
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