Left to right: Valencia College’s International Recruitment Specialist for International Student Recruitment and Global Engagement, Haley Fox; the Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute’s Dean of Student Affairs, Racquel Bethel; Valencia College’s Managing Director for International Student Recruitment and Global Engagement, Talia Popoviski; Valencia College’s Assistant Vice President for Global and Continuing Education, Lisa Eli and Valencia College’s Vice President for Global, Professional and Continuing Education, Joe Battista. Photos: Shantique Longley
Overall, 70 students from Grand Bahama and Abaco have either transferred or were enrolled in BTVI New Providence for the first time, since the hurricane in September.
Representatives from Valencia College recently made a presentation to BTVI students, discussing the scholarship which will cover full tuition and fee waivers for one academic year, up to 30 credits. The waiver is renewable for each subsequent term provided that students maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.0.
Additionally, BTVI and Valencia College recently signed an articulation agreement that will allow BTVI’s Business and Information Technology Associate of Applied Science degree graduates to matriculate directly into Valencia College’s Bachelor’s degree programs, beginning August 2020.
Valencia College is located in Orlando, Florida. The college’s graduation rates - for both the Associate in Science and Associate in Arts degrees - have garnered national recognition in the United States, including the inaugural Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence.
Students listen as they learn about the opportunities available for BTVI students
at Valencia College.
Student receiving advice after the presentation.
A student signs up to receive additional information and notices about Valencia College.