Two Palm Beach State College students, Vinicius Wagner and Lucas Michels, will soon pack their bags and head north to complete a 16-week, paid Community College Internship, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy.
The internship runs from January to May of next year. As part of the application process, Wagner and Michels selected their preferred internship site from among the DOE’s 15 laboratories across the country.
Wagner, a Dr. Floyd F. Koch Honors College student pursuing his Associate in Arts degree, … Continue reading PBSC students land Department of Energy internships
With no tuition increases for three straight years, Palm Beach State College continues to have the lowest tuition in Florida among public four-year colleges and universities, and it now has the sixth lowest in the nation, according to new data compiled by the U.S. Department of Education.
The Department of Education on Monday released the updated college cost list on its College Affordability and Transparency Center. Based on 2012-2013 data, the list shows that PBSC’s yearly tuition for a full-time student was $2,324, … Continue reading Palm Beach State College tuition lowest in state, sixth lowest in the nation