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Joining an Honors organization leads to making new friends, pushing your intellectual boundaries and qualifying for a number of scholarships. Join the groups below to get the most out of your experience at the Honors College. 

Honors Student Committee
Help promote scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship among fellow BC Honors students, and
be the link between faculty, staff, the community and the Honors College. For more information on
joining the Honors Student Committee, contact your campus honors coordinator.

Three chapters for each BC campus are open to Honor students. 
The chapters are: 
  • Omega Phi Chapter (North Campus)
  • Mu Mu Chapter (Central)
  • Alpha Delta Rho (South Campus) 
Brain Bowl
Do you like trivia? Have a passion for literature, science, or math? Are you a quick thinker? Brain Bowl is an annual academic competition among teams from participating Florida community colleges. Teams consist of up to five members who compete regionally, state-wide and nationally.

The four subject areas questions cover include: 
  • Humanities
  • Mathematics
  • Social Sciences
  • Natural Science 
College-wide competition-style tryouts take place every year in early September. Practices generally begin the last week in September. The practice schedule varies, but teams usually meet twice a week. 
For more information, contact one of the coach Prof. Tony Delia, 954-201-2203,

Math Team
Broward College's Math Team has won both team and individual competitions at the state level.
The team competes at the annual Florida state Math Olympics, held each year near the beginning
of April. Team members travel to Jacksonville to participate in the event, which is located at the
University of North Florida. There are two parts to the event, a team portion and an individual
portion. Winners take home trophies and cash prizes and may also receive a BC scholarship. 
Team membership is based on a math test administered by the Honors College.

Interested students should contact Coach Sanford Geraci, 954-201-6634, for more information.

Competitive speaking is an important co-curricular activity through which students are offered training and experience in developing their oral communication skills.

For more information contact Forensics Coach Janea Judge-Hemans -
Model United Nations
The BC Model United Nations researches, debates, and engages with problems and ideas that have an international impact.  Members travel to UN simulations and work to solve these problems with students from around the  world, all while observing the diplomatic idealism of the United Nations.  Currently, the Model UN group travels to the University of Florida, Santa Fe College, and Penn State University. 
For more information, contact Prof. Kari Hebert,

Honors students have several opportunities to socialize, meet like minded peers and develop valuable contacts while in school and away. 

Some of the conferences, our students participate in include:

Honors College Colloquium

Every year, Honors students present their research to their peers and to the Broward College faculty at our Honors Colloquium. The event showcases the talent and drive of our students with an emphasis on scholarly research. Current honors college students are able to access Colloquium documents by signing into our D2L page.

Florida Collegiate Honors Council (FCHC)

The Florida Collegiate Honors Council (FCHC) is a professional association of undergraduate honors programs and colleges in Florida.  The conference provides an opportunity to network with Honors professionals and Honors students, to share Honors expertise, and to hear student and faculty presentations from across many disciplines.

National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC)

NCHC has nearly 900 member institutions and several hundred individual members, impacting over 330,000 honors students. NCHC provides its members with resources, training opportunities and collaborative events to build and sustain honors programs and their curriculum.

Southern Regional Honors Conference (SRHC)

The Southern Regional Honors Council promotes and advances Honors Programs and Honors Colleges in the Southern United States. The SRHC currently comprises 105 member institutions. The SRHC Annual Conference features opportunities for honors students from across the southeast to present scholarly research.  In addition, students, professors, and honors administrators enjoy the collegiality and conversations regarding honors pedagogy and best practices.  

The Hall of Fame is where the most inspiring student success stories can be found. These students have found success as members of honors organizations, have won transfer scholarships and have been distinguished within their departments.


Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship:

JKC offers the largest scholarships in the country, in-depth academic counseling and other direct services, the Cooke Foundation seeks to help high-performing, low-income students to develop their talents and excel educationally. Broward College ranks 2nd, in the nation, for this prestigious award.

2017: Quratalain Amin and Yanelle Cruz

2016: Ihsane Benkhadra and Sergey Sterlyadev

2015: Malak Benkhadra, David Millar and Jarredd Simpson

2014: Paul Harvel

2013: Miklos Haranghy and Duckenson Joseph

2012: Ronald Bray and Joseph O’Neill

2011: Faithful Okoye

2010: Whitney Johnston

2008: Paola Mariselli and Sarah Santos

2007: Michelle Mills and Ben Walker

2004: Sarah Wiggill

2006: Sally-Anne McDonnell

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