The History of Brokenshire College
Brokenshire College is a private, Evangelical Christian educational institution established in 1954. It was named after Dr. Herbert Brokenshire, an American physician and missionary who served in Davao until the outbreak of the Second World War. It was formerly known as Brokenshire School of Nursing and when it started offering Liberal Arts programs in 1978, it was renamed to Brokenshire College.
Brokenshire College offers undergraduate and graduate programs in business, liberal arts, medicine, and health. The college’s vision is to help its students in making a difference in this world. The school aims to develop the character of its learners and transform them into individuals who are spiritually mature and socially responsible. Guided by the motto Fides et Servitium, Latin for “faith and service,” the school continues to provide quality Christian education in Davao.
Life in Brokenshire College
1.) Registrar’s office - fill out application form.
2.) Business office – pay for the entrance examination fee .
3.) Counseling and Psychological Wellness Center (CPWC/Guidance Center)
4.) Registrar’s Office – present test result and get list of requirements and proceed to school clinic to get a referral form for laboratory exam.
5.) Processing of requirements-please refer to List of requirements.
6.) School clinic – Submit laboratory results for physical and dental exam
7.) Registrar’s – Submit all the requirements for checking
8.) Interview and notice to enroll.
1.) Admissions office – Present transcript of records for pre-evaluation.
2.) Business office – Pay the evaluation fee .
3.) Registrar’s office- submit TOR for crediting of subjects and subjects to be enrolled in a semester. (Evaluation Result)
Note: follow procedure 1-8 for regular students.
Brokenshire College (BC) is less than 10% acceptance rate