Lake Worth campus
4200 Congress Avenue, Lake Worth, FL 33461 | (561) 967-7222
Lake Worth is the College's largest and longest-established campus. Bordered by Lake Osborne and John Prince Park, the 114-acre campus offers bachelor’s degrees as well as numerous programs for those planning to transfer to universities or enter or advance in the workforce. The campus serves more than 30,000 students annually, and its student body is a microcosm of the richly diverse population of the greater Lake Worth area.
The Dr. Floyd F. Koch Honors College is headquartered at the Lake Worth campus. The
Panthers intercollegiate athletic teams play and practice at this campus, which also
is home to the Dr. Kathryn W. Davis Global Education Center, an education and information
resource center for immigrants residing in Palm Beach County. Outstanding campus features
include the spacious Watson B. Duncan III Theatre, which serves as a performing arts
instructional facility and presents world-class cultural and entertainment events
and visiting artists for the public. The campus also houses the Public Safety Training
Center, a comprehensive education and training hub for criminal justice, fire and
emergency medical services programs.