PBSC – One of the Best Colleges for Veterans Nationwide
Three trusted military publications have placed Palm Beach State College on their 2018 “best” lists:
“Top 10” Military Friendly School
PBSC has been designated a 2018 Gold “Top 10” Military Friendly® School by Victory Media, coming in seventh among large public postsecondary institutions in the U.S. This highest designation was determined using both public data sources and responses from Victory Media’s proprietary survey, including student surveys. Learn more.
Best Colleges, Military Times
PBSC ranks eighth nationwide on the 2018 Military Times’ two-year colleges “best” list. Formerly known as Best for Vets, the Best Colleges rankings evaluate many factors that help make colleges and universities a good fit for service members, military veterans and their families. Learn more.
Top School, Military Advanced Education & Transition
PBSC earned the designation of “Top School” in MAE&T’s 2018 Guide to Colleges & Universities. Schools are not ranked in the guide. Rather, the schools are chosen based on their score in a comprehensive survey measuring best practices in military and veteran education. Learn more.
We are honored to welcome new and returning veterans who choose Palm Beach State College for their education and training needs. Our commitment is to reach out to all veterans and support their success, just as they have supported and served our nation.
Let PBSC’s Veterans Services team help you maximize your VA benefits and achieve your education and career goals.
Hear what student veterans say about PBSC.
Veterans Resource Centers – PBSC has 3!
Coming this spring: A new resource center for the Lake Worth campus! Watch video.
PBSC has three veterans resource centers, three student veterans clubs, more than 16 VA work-study positions and a variety of support services. Learn more.
Support our student veterans—
Join the Panther Veterans Alliance!
PBSC Veteran Affairs team welcomes new and returning veterans and dependents to the Spring 2018 term.
Luis Torres has been hired as a student development advisor based out of the veterans resource center on the Palm Beach Gardens campus. He is a U.S. Army veteran and former coordinator of Veteran Affairs at Broward College.
- Marine Corps veteran is new PBSC student trustee. Read news story.