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- Broward College is ranked among the top 10 community colleges in the nation by the Washington D.C.-based Aspen Institute.
- The annual economic impact of Broward College is $1 billion. A student may see a return in future earnings of up to $6.20 for every dollar he or she spends on a Broward College degree.
- Broward College has had 12 — the highest number of any college in the nation — recipients of the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship since the scholarship was first awarded in 2004.
- Broward College ranks fifth nationally among four-year institutions in awarding associate degrees, according to Community College Week. Broward College is ranked third in the U.S. in awarding associate degrees to minority students overall — fourth in African American graduates and sixth in producing Hispanic degree-holders.
- Nearly 1 million people have taken a class at Broward College — and more than 110,000 students from all walks of life have earned degrees — since the college opened in 1960.
- Broward College offers the most affordable higher education cost in South Florida.
- Thirty-seven percent of Broward College’s student body was born outside of the United States. As of 2013, Broward College boasts a student body representing more than 175 countries.
- Broward College offers a wide variety of programs and at different levels of attainment. In fall 2012, the college offered more than 150 programs of study — 16 of those programs are offered as online programs, with more than 200 courses offered online.
- Broward College’s Seahawks women’s tennis team has won four of the college's seven national championships.