Courses and programs are offered at College campuses in Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Lake Worth, Loxahatchee Groves and Palm Beach Gardens. Each campus offers general education courses; however, certain programs may not be available at all campuses. View detailed campus maps at www.palmbeachstate.edu/Locations.

Belle Glade

Serving residents of the western communities of Palm Beach County, the Belle Glade location opened in 1972. The permanent facility was built in 1977 and occupied in January 1978. With the support and guidance of local education, community and civic leaders, the College has expanded general education, occupational training, student services and community outreach to meet the diverse educational needs of the area.

The Belle Glade location offers the Associate in Arts degree for transfer to four-year institutions as well as an Associate in Science degree in Nursing, various career and technical programs and continuing education courses. The 467-seat Dolly Hand Cultural Arts Center at Belle Glade presents a variety of entertainment and cultural performances and is available for rental by individuals and organizations. High-skills career programs are housed at the Technical Education Center completed in 2010. More than 3,500 students enroll at the campus annually, attending classes in person or online.

Boca Raton

Palm Beach State College serves the greater south Palm Beach County area from its campus in Boca Raton, conveniently located adjacent to Florida Atlantic University. Many students take advantage of the close partnership between the two institutions, transferring into FAU baccalaureate programs after completing their associate degrees at PBSC. In addition, all Palm Beach State students enjoy full-use privileges at the FAU library.

The Boca Raton campus provides students with modern and fully equipped classrooms and laboratory facilities. Known for addressing the learning needs of the entire local community, the campus offers classes for those seeking a college degree as well as those interested in job training, upgrading of skills and in receiving industry certifications. Extensive courses in architecture and photography are offered for students pursuing those career interests. The campus serves more than 15,000 students annually.

Lake Worth

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 about 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.

Loxahatchee Groves

Palm Beach State College’s newest campus in Loxahatchee Groves opened its doors in 2017. Named in honor of former president Dr. Dennis P. Gallon, the 75-acre campus provides increased access and convenience for residents of central-western Palm Beach County. The new campus’s initial focus is on innovative technology and health science programs and features state-of-the-art virtual reality learning technology in its science laboratories.

Reflecting the workforce needs of the area, the campus is home to both degree and certificate programs in the health information technology field. The campus also offers the Associate in Arts courses/degree with a focus on creative delivery systems. More than 5,000 students enroll at the campus annually, attending classes in person or online.

Palm Beach Gardens

The Palm Beach Gardens campus opened in 1982 as a permanent, full-time facility offering Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees and certificate programs. In 1990, the campus was named the Edward M. Eissey Campus in recognition of the College’s third president, who had presided over its opening. Today, the campus offers credit and noncredit courses, programs and workshops to more than 15,000 students each year. The campus sits on 123 acres in a lush, natural Florida setting that features many native plants, including a cypress preserve. The Myrna Rubenstein Pavilion at the center of campus features an ecological pond and waterfall. The pavilion and adjacent amphitheater serve as a gathering place for student activities and events.

The campus's Bioscience Technology Complex houses an expanded science curriculum and programs in engineering and electrical power technology, and its Center for Innovation in Health Sciences features programs in ophthalmic medical technology and diagnostic medical sonography. The campus also has a 50,000-square-foot Library Learning Resource Center, modern multimedia classrooms and laboratories, a horticultural nursery, Panthers basketball court and community athletic fields, and an art gallery. The 750-seat Eissey Campus Theatre is a cultural hub for northern Palm Beach County, presenting community educational programs as well as entertainment for all ages.