|4200 Congress Avenue
Lake Worth, FL 33461
Lake Worth is the College's largest and longest-established campus. Bordered by Lake Osborne and John Prince Park, this 114-acre campus offers numerous programs for those planning to transfer to universities or enter or advance in the workforce. Palm Beach State's intercollegiate athletic teams play and practice at this campus, which also offers a fitness center and wellness programs for students and employees.
The spacious Watson B. Duncan III Theatre serves as the campus' performing arts instructional facility and hosts a variety of cultural and entertainment events for the public. The Natural Science Building completed in 2008 provides state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories for chemistry, biology, microbiology, anatomy, physiology, physical sciences, earth sciences, geology, physics and astronomy.
Welcome to the Lake Worth Campus site! We are thrilled that you have shown an interest in our campus. As the largest (114-acre/61 building complex) and longest established campus (1933), we have so much to offer you. We are the most comprehensive of the Palm Beach State campuses, offering associate degree programs, bachelor's degree programs, professional certificates, apprenticeship programs and courses for life-long learning as well as career enhancement. Our campus also has the Watson B. Duncan Theatre which serves as the campus' performing instructional facility and host a variety of cultural and entertainment events for the public. Don't let our size frighten you, for we work very hard at maintaining a small college atmosphere where students are our number one priority.
On Lake Worth, you will find that students are involved in all sorts of co-curricular activities as well as campus committees. We value their voices in planning as well as execution of services, always looking to their opinions in making this campus one that focuses on student success. Our students are not the only ones committed to improving our campus; their enthusiasm is also shared by our dedicated and caring faculty and staff. You will find that they will extend themselves to our students, always striving to help them achieve their goals.
Please feel free to call and make an appointment, come to one of my Provost Coffee Hours or town meetings to share your recommendations for improving our quality of life on the Lake Worth campus.
We want to make a positive impact on your lives!
Dr. María M. Vallejo, Provost