The Hollywood campus was founded in 2011, and it is the newest campus of City College. The campus is equidistant from both Hollywood and Pembroke Pines, two of the larger cities in Broward County.
The campus features industry current lab classrooms and equipment for Emergency Medical Services, Veterinary Tech, Cardiovascular Sonography, and Allied Health programs. These classrooms are designed to simulate the actual working environments experienced by medical professionals. Various computer programs are loaded onto the computers in labs and in the library so that students who will work in an office environment can get similar exposure.
The campus also has both traditional classrooms and computer classrooms, along with a library where students can access a wide array of resources. The campus has a spacious student lounge where students can get a cup of coffee, enjoy their break time with other students, and participate in student events.
The college is located in Hollywood, FL on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th floors of the building at 6565 Taft Street. The College occupies 12,972 square feet on the 2nd floor and 3,500 square feet on the 3rd floor, along with two large classrooms on the fourth floor. The campus has plentiful free parking.
The campus has a diverse student population and trained, educated and current in the field faculty that bring in real life and work experience in the classrooms. The campus population is diverse, with some members of the campus community from as far away as Romania, Ethiopia, India, and Venezuela.
A WORD FROM HOLLYWOOD CAMPUS DIRECTOR
"We would love to show you our industry current facilities and discuss the programs of study that we offer. Please feel free to drop by any time — we are here five days a week, offering classes for both day and evening students, and we’d be happy to welcome you to our campus."
Aida Shehu, Executive Director of the Hollywood Campus of City College
March 15, 2017: Vet Tech Clinic Day. A quarterly event where family and friends of faculty, staff, and students bring their pre-registered pets in for a variety of free services offered by Vet Tech faculty assisted by students.
March 18, 2017: Walk for the Animals. Students, faculty, and staff will participate in this fund raising event for the Humane Society.
Conveniently located in the middle of the southern part of Broward County, the campus is convenient to students in both Broward and Miami-Dade counties. The campus is only a few miles from famous attractions like the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, and only 7 miles from the charming historic district of Hollywood. The city of Hollywood boasts one of the most beautiful beaches in Florida which is only 9 miles away from the campus.
The campus is also close to both the Turnpike and I-95, which makes other famous Florida attractions, like Miami’s South Beach, the Florida Keys, and the Everglades easily accessible.