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You will save a lot of money by enrolling into a two year college, like Broward College. Your first two years are the same at every university or college, so why not enroll in a public community college and save money. Unless you were awarded a full-time scholarship at a private or public university, then by all means start your freshman and sophomore year at that university. However, if you were not awarded a full-time scholarship at a university, I would advise enroll at a public community college if you're looking to avoid an increment of student loans.Read More
Don't delay in your decision making! Broward College has so many great scholarship opportunities, but you need to act fast in order to receive them. Make sure you are aware of every scholarship available. Some scholarships are around, and no one knows about them, so very few people apply. Make sure to ask about ALL scholarships you are eligible for. JOIN THE HONORS PROGRAM. You will love it. You will have access to the best professors in the school and meet so many amazing people, not to mention opening new doors for scholarship and leadership opportunities. Make sure to research your professors before taking their courses to make sure they are the right professor for you. Student-Professor chemistry is extremely important at Broward College in order to succeed.Read More
Obviously this isn't a name brand school, and part of this is filed under the you get what you pay for category. It's a community college and thus the opportunities here aren't that abundant. With that being said, I feel that this school adequately prepared me for my future at the University of Florida. Broward College is a great jumping point, and is a great place to learn how to deal with the stresses and freedoms of college life.Read More