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Sanford-Brown College Ft. Lauderdale Name Change Celebration

January 2, 2015 SBC-Fort Lauderdale 0 Comments

On December 12, 2014, our campus celebrated Sanford-Brown Institute receiving approval from government agencies and accreditors to change its name to Sanford-Brown College Fort Lauderdale as of December 1, 2014. Many campus employees and over 60 members of the community attended the celebration in the building lobby where appetizers and beverages were served.

Mr. Franklin D. Johnson a staff member from U.S. Congressman Alcee Hastings’ office (man with the tie) and Campus President Mark ConroyCampus President Mark Conroy spoke during the event and thanked the Fort Lauderdale Campus staff, faculty, students, and members of the community for helping us to achieve our goals of becoming a college and servicing the community at large. Conroy noted that over 60% of students are pursing Associate in Science Degrees or Occupational Associate Degrees which helped us achieve our goal of becoming a college.

Fort Lauderdale City Commissioner Bruce G. Roberts spoke during the event and thanked our campus for our community service. We also had Mr. Franklin D. Johnson a staff member from U.S. Congressman Alcee Hastings’ office and several members of the Envision Uptown Ft. Lauderdale group and in attendance.

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