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Their fame to claim is ?We are the cheapest College in towQuite BrightBiology
Their fame to claim is ?We are the cheapest College in town? and it shows by the way the Broward College Davie Campus Administration treats their Facility and Staff. They are the lowest waged college employees excluding third-world countries. Broward College should halt competing with online colleges and universities, extinguish their expanding outside the country, and start concentrating on becoming something greater then extended high school remedial experience.
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Broward College Administration destroyed our Club.Super BrilliantChemistry
Broward College Administration destroyed our Club. We hold the following personally responsible for their malicious fabrications and Machiavellian behavior. You are blind to all that the club provided, and your shameful behavior is unacceptable. May you be cursed. The following are charged : Mercedes Quiroga, CAMPUS PRESIDENT; John Thornton, DEAN, BUSINESS AFFAIRS; Jose Lopez, Campus Director (student Life), David Asencio , Dean, Student Affairs. From Paul
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broward college was a horrible experience from theQuite BrightSocial Work
broward college was a horrible experience from the beginning. i felt like high school all over again, i excelled because of the work ethic ive had since middle school. The faculty and staff's attitudes are that of one who works for free. They behave as if they are not getting paid to do their job, they are difficult and could care less whether or not they help you until survey time comes. They give you hell with financial aid and you will always here something different every time you go to a office. i can honestly say it only contributed to my education because it was the cheapest and easiest way to get my associates in order to further my education. My advice is to always try and speak to the head of the department because they seem to be the only one with sense. i've had to meet with the assistant dean, dean and head of financial aid at central campus multiple times because of misinformation and screw ups from staff at bc south campus. goodluck
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