Top Broward County Community Colleges

For the 2021 school year, there are 10 top community colleges in Broward County, Florida, serving 67,985 students.
The average community college acceptance rate in Florida is 86% (view national acceptance rates).
Minority enrollment is 75% of the student body (majority Black and Hispanic), and the student:teacher ratio is 48:1.

Top Broward County Community Colleges (2021)

  • College Location Students
  • 111 East Las Olas Blvd
    Fort Lauderdale FL  33301
    (954) 201-7400

    44,119 students
  • 2001 W Sample Rd Ste 100
    Pompano Beach FL  33064
    (954) 975-6400

    203 students
  • 1500 NW 49th St.
    Fort Lauderdale FL  33309
    (954) 776-4476

    19,567 students
  • 3221 Enterprise Way
    Hollywood FL  33025
    (954) 438-8882

    789 students
  • Brown Mackie College-Miami
    Private, for profit
    3700 Lakeside Drive
    Hollywood FL  33027
    (305) 341-6600

    919 students
  • City College-Fort Lauderdale
    Private, non-profit
    2000 W. Commerical Boulevard
    Fort Lauderdale FL  33309
    (954) 492-5353

    575 students
  • 225 N. Federal Hwy.
    Pompano Beach FL  33062
    (954) 783-7339

    1,548 students
  • 4850 W. Oakland Park Blvd., Suite 224
    Fort Lauderdale FL  33313
    (954) 587-7100

    175 students
  • Key College
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    Private, for profit
    1040 Bayview Drive
    Fort Lauderdale FL  33304
    (754) 312-2898

    90 students
  • 2620 hollywood blvd
    Hollywood FL  33020
    (954) 923-8100

    n/a
    students
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