The Seahawk Summer Academy is a summer bridge program designed for recent high school graduates or first time in college students. By being part of this unique learning community, students will take two courses at the same time; thus, being able to form meaningful human connections, and cultivating a sense of social belonging to Broward College. Students will also learn about career, transfer, and professional opportunities as we will be encouraging them to “keep the end in mind” and choose a Pathway Community before they finish the program!
Students will form a support network and learn about everything BC has to offer before classes start in the fall. Getting a head start before everyone else will increase their chances of meeting their educational goals and graduating on time.
Students will explore various career choices and choose assignment topics that are relevant to them and their personal interests. Choosing their career pathway early will increase their chances of graduating sooner or on time, thus, saving them time and money.
A limited number of scholarships will be available to the students who qualify. These students will receive all 4 credits tuition free! That's a saving of at least $468.00. To be eligible for the Seahawk Academy scholarship, students must:
1. Be a
2. Have a
high school transcript on file at Broward College
registered for one of the Summer Academy paired classes listed below (4 credits total).
Complete the application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at
www.fsaid.ed.gov. (Broward College school code: 001500)
HAVE FUN WHILE LEARNING
This is not a typical program. Students will have the opportunity to participate in fun activities and events during the session including a fun Seahawk Summer Academy's own orientation and graduation.
NOT A ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL PROGRAM
In addition to the aforementioned unique features, this academy will be offering concurrent cohort tracks different cohort tracks to appeal to the personal interest and unique needs of our students. For example, this summer, one of those special topics tracks is Male Minority Leadership. Students interested in this topic will be empowered through exciting learning opportunities to become future male minority leaders in their community. For a program flyer, please click