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Unformatted text preview: Applying for online programs is the same as applying for campus-based programs at Broward College. If you are a first-time college student, the first step is to complete the Admissions application. Once you are fully admitted, you will receive a Letter of Acceptance. However, you should contact admissions after applying to ensure that the application process is complete without having to wait for the acceptance letter in the mail – see following link for the hours, contact information, and addresses of our admissions offices: If you cannot come to campus, you can mail your documents in; but make sure to follow up with the admissions office to ensure that they are processed accordingly. You will need placement test scores less than 2 years old (ACT, SAT, or our placement test). If you can’t come to campus, you will need to either mail in your SAT or ACT scores or find a local college in your area that will administer the Accuplacer test (in place of our placement test); this is another option other than the ACT or SAT. Furthermore, you can still take our placement test even if you have valid another option other than the ACT or SAT....
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2012 for the course ENV 1009 at Broward College.

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