Bethune-Cookman University

Bethune-Cookman University’s mission is to develop global leaders committed to service, life-long learning and diversity by providing a faith-based environment of academic excellence and transformative experiences. Bethune-Cookman University seeks to define a new standard for academic excellence as a way to become the best small college in the southern region.

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Congratulations to the B-CU Class of 2020!

How to Become a B-C Student 

Interested in becoming a Wildcat? B-CU is rich with opportunities. Through our nine academic schools and colleges we offer focused disciplines in the business, educations, engineering, humanities, liberal arts, nursing and the sciences, with the opportunity to work across disciplines throughout your college career.

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B-CU Student Kerry Gaino Receives Scholarship from Kevin Hart’s Charity, UNCF and KIPP
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I give because B-CU is a major contribution to my success in my life and in my career. It has been very important for me and my family to instill and to maintain the valued legacy of Mary McLeod Bethune. I continued this legacy my parents started, receiving the Total Family Award in 1980.

Class of 1980

LaVeta Hayes-Logan Class of 1980

Bethune-Cookman Staff

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The words of caring professors at B-CU helped me find my voice.

Nicole Brown , Class of 2006