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Transfer Information

Broward college proudly offers information and services pertaining to students transferring to us from other institutions as well as Broward College students transferring to other colleges and universities. 

Incoming Transfer Students


Students transferring to Broward College from other institutions should make an appointment to meet with an advisor upon completing the admissions process.
Advisors can help incoming transfer students with the following:
  • Unofficial transcript evaluations
  • Academic planning
  • Advice on course selection

 

Transient Students

Students who are enrolled in one state college or university, but take a course at another state college or university are called transient students. If you intend to take courses as a transient student, you can complete the transient application process by visiting the Florida Shines website. 

Transfer Services

Are you nearing the end of your educational journey at Broward College and looking to transfer to a university? Transfer services are available at the advising office on all campuses. These services include:
  • Catalogs for community colleges, state universities, some private colleges
  • Online transfer information
  • Information on college and university visitations and recruitment
  • 2+2 Transfer Information: Transfer information is also available at the Florida Shines website

 


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