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Step 1

New Students

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 Admission Staff on campus are available to support applicants who require assistance with completing the college application online.

Step 1: Apply for Admission

Admissions

  • Complete online application,
  • Non-US citizens must provide original immigration documentation or proof of citizenship
  • Submit proof of High School Graduation:
    • If you have graduated from High School in the US. One of the following will be required:
      • Official High School transcripts (transcripts must be sent directly from the School either electronically or on a sealed envelope from the school)
      • Official GED passing transcripts. (transcripts may be requested via the GED website)
      • Home School student must submit a Home School Completion Affidavit. The Home School Completion Affidavit must be signed by parent and notarized.



        Official transcripts can be mailed to:
        Broward College Registrar's Office
        4205 Bonaventure Blvd, Weston, FL. 33332

         
    • If you graduated from High School outside of the US, most times an original copy of the High School diploma will suffice.
      • High School diplomas will only need translation to English if they are in Hebrew, Arabic or Asian language. (Translation must be performed by a certified English translator)
  • Submit official Post-Secondary transcripts, (Students who attended a post-secondary institution, even if they have not graduated, must provide the transcripts)
  • Post-secondary transcripts from US institutions must be sent electronically or in a sealed envelope directly from the school to be considered official
  • Post-secondary transcripts from NON-US institutions, if not in English language, must be translated by a certified English translator, and must be evaluated.  
      • State the purpose of the evaluation as "Education"
      • Be sure to include course-by-course evaluation 
      • Course credit(s) or hour(s) of instruction for each class
      • Grade point average (GPA
      • Add upper and lower division course identification

  • If you are eligible to pay instate tuition,  you must provide proof of Florida residency; To learn more about the residency process and appropriate documentation, please refer to "Guide to Florida Residency."

 

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Step 2: Apply For Financial Aid and Scholarships

Financial Aid

  • Create your Federal Student Aid (FSA) User ID-online at www.fsaid.ed.gov
  • Apply for financial aid- complete the application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fsaid.ed.gov. (Broward College school code:001500)

Scholarships

  • The Broward College Scholarship application allows you to complete one application and be matched to numerous scholarships. Click here to apply.

Florida Pre-paid

  • Students who are plan participants in good standing may apply their Florida Prepaid coverage via the web or at the Cashier's office. 



Step 3: Attend New Student Orientation (Advising & Registration)

Placement Testing

 

New Student Orientation

 

  • First time in college students must register for, and attend, New Student Orientation (NSO) where students meet with an academic advisor and register for classes.
  • Students may register for NSO via myBC or can schedule by calling 954-201-7350.

 

Transfer Students

 

  • Transfer students should make an appointment with their academic advisor.  Students must bring copies of all transcripts to this meeting before registering for classes. (An unofficial copy of the transcripts may be use, temporarily, to register for first semester classes; however, if you are a Financial Aid applicant, official transcripts must be on record.)




Step 4: Pay Tuition and Fees
  • Pay fees online at MyBC or visit the Cashier's Office on/or before your due date.
  • Sign up for Tuition Payment Plan to cover expenses if you are ineligible for financial aid.
Step 5: Get your Student Identification Card, Parking Decal, and Books
  • Obtain Student Photo ID from the Student Life Office on each campus/center.
  • Register online for parking decal at broward.edu/parking
  • A paid schedule of classes is required to obtain a student ID and a parking decal.
  • Purchase textbooks from your campus bookstore or online.

 

Step 2

Returning Students

Readmission Application

 

Step 1: Apply for Admission

Admissions

  • Complete the Readmission Application by entering your Student ID or Social Security Number in the ID Field and your PIN in the Blue Box (Readmission or Information Update Process) on the Application Login Screen
  • Non-US citizens must provide original immigration documentation or proof of citizenship
  • Submit proof of High School Graduation: (if not previously submitted)
    • If you have graduated from High School in the US. One of the following will be required:
      • Official High School transcripts (transcripts must be sent directly from the School either electronically or in a sealed envelope from the school)
      • Official GED passing transcripts. (transcripts may be requested via the GED website)
      • Home School student must submit a Home School Completion Affidavit. The Home School Completion Affidavit must be signed by parent and notarized.


        Official transcripts can be mailed to:
        Broward College Registrar's Office
        4205 Bonaventure Blvd, Weston, FL. 33332

         
    • If you graduated from High School outside of the US, most times an original copy of the High School diploma will suffice.
      • High School diplomas will only need translation to English if they are in Hebrew, Arabic or Asian language. (Translation must be performed by a certified English translator)

  • Submit official Post-Secondary transcripts, (Students who attended a post-secondary institution, even if they have not graduated, must provide the transcripts)
  • Post-secondary transcripts from US institutions must be sent electronically or in a sealed envelope directly from the school to be considered official

 

  • Post-secondary transcripts from NON-US institutions, if not in English language, must be translated by a certified English translator, and must be evaluated.  
      • State the purpose of the evaluation as "Education"
      • Be sure to include course-by-course evaluation 
      • Course credit(s) or hour(s) of instruction for each class
      • Grade point average (GPA
      • Add upper and lower division course identification

  • If you are eligible to pay instate tuition,  you must provide proof of Florida residency; To learn more about the residency process and appropriate documentation, please refer to "A Guide to Florida Residency."

        Quick Links:



  • Pay application fee.


Step 2: Financial Aid and Scholarships

Financial Aid

  • Create your Federal Student Aid (FSA) User ID-online at www.fsaid.ed.gov
  • Apply for financial aid- complete the application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fsaid.ed.gov. (Broward College school code:001500)

Scholarships

The Broward College Scholarship application allows you to complete one application and be matched to numerous scholarships. Click here to apply.

Florida Pre-paid

  • Students who are plan participants in good standing may apply their Florida Prepaid coverage via the web or at the Cashier's office. 

     


Step 3: Schedule appointment with Advisor/Transfer Coach (Advising & Registration)

Transfer Students

 

  • Transfer students should make an appointment with their academic advisor.  Students must bring copies of all transcripts to this meeting before registering for classes. (An unofficial copy of the transcripts may be use, temporarily, to register for first semester classes; however, if you are a Financial Aid applicant, official transcripts must be on record.)


Step 4: Pay Tuition and Fees
  • Pay fees online at MyBC or visit the Cashier's Office on/or before your due date.
  • Sign up for tuition payment plan to cover expenses if you are ineligible for financial aid.

 

Step 5: Get your Student Identification Card, Parking Decal, and Books
  • Obtain Student Photo ID from the Student Life Office on each campus/center.
  • Register online for parking decal at broward.edu/parking
  • A paid schedule of classes is required to obtain a student ID and a parking decal. 
  • ​Purchase textbooks from your campus bookstore or online.

 

Step 3

Former High School Dual Enrollment at BC 

Degree Application
   

Step 1: Select Degree Program, apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships

Select Degree Program

  • Complete the updated application by entering your Student ID or Social Security Number in the ID Field and your PIN in the Blue Box (Readmission or Information Update Process) on the Application Login Screen
  • Provide proof of Florida residency.
    • If you were away from Broward College for an academic year or more you will be required to resubmit proof of Florida residency for tuition purposes.
    • Non-US citizens must provide original immigration documentation or proof of citizenship.
  • Submit high school transcripts and/or postsecondary transcripts:
    • High School and Postsecondary transcripts that are complete will still be on file.  Check the Records menu in myBC to find out the transcripts on file.
    • Transcripts from any postsecondary institutions attended during your time away from Broward should be submitted to the Admissions Office.
  • Pay application fee.


Step 2: Attend New Student Orientation (Advising & Registration)
  • If you have already attended orientation then you will not need to attend again and can meet with an Academic Advisor for assistance in selecting your classes
Step 3: Pay Tuition and Fees
  • Pay fees online at MyBC or visit the Cashier's Office on/or before your due date.
  • Sign up for tuition payment plan to cover expenses if you are ineligible for financial aid.

 

Step 4: Get your Student Identification Card and Parking Decal
  • Obtain Student Photo ID from the Student Life Office on each campus/center.
  • Register online for parking decal at broward.edu/parking
  • A paid schedule of classes is required to obtain a student ID and a parking decal.
Step 5: Buy Your Books and Go to Class

​Purchase textbooks from your campus bookstore or online.


Step 1

Non-Credit

Non-Credit Application

 

 Complete non-credit application if you are taking courses for personal and/or professional growth.

 

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