About 20 veterans gathered for breakfast this morning, and along with the eggs, pastries and coffee, were served a huge helping of thanks for their service.
Sponsored by Palm Beach State College’s Student Government Association, the breakfast was held in the Public Safety Conference Center on the Lake Worth campus. It gave the veterans—who came from PBSC as well as the community—an opportunity to enjoy a meal together and express themselves.
SGA kicked off the event with a special video that featured PBSC students saying “thank you” in honor of Veterans Day. … Continue reading Veterans breakfast offers up nourishment and thanks →
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 →
More than 30 Palm Beach State College students from the Palm Beach Gardens, Lake Worth and Belle Glade campuses traveled to Tallahassee April 2-4 for the Florida College System Student Government Association final conference for the 2013-14 academic year.
The conference integrated, for the first time, the organization’s annual “Rally in Tally” event which saw attendees gather on the Capitol steps and hear from several energetic speakers before going into their scheduled meetings with state leaders. … Continue reading PBSC student government members advocate in Tallahassee, several elected as state leaders →