You know what you want.
A university that offers more than just a place to earn a degree. Learning that takes you out of the classroom and into the real world. Professors who are as concerned with ensuring a solid foundation for your life as they are building your résumé. An education that has the potential to impact you — and the world. Welcome to Palm Beach Atlantic University, Florida’s top Christian college.
Located on the water in West Palm Beach, PBA offers:
47 Miles of beach await you in Palm Beach County
A Christ-centered education — that infuses our more than 50 undergraduate and graduate programs, our “smart” classrooms and our state-of-the-art facilities
Dedicated faculty — Christian men and women who are not only brilliant, but are down to earth and committed to your success
Small classes — with a 13:1 student-to-faculty ratio and an average class size of just 19 so that you and your professors truly get to know one another
Research opportunities — the chance to work alongside your professors even in your first year
Community service — we call it “Workship” (“work” and “worship”), an extensive community service program where you’ll serve God by serving others
A tropical location — to enhance your leisure time through water sports and relaxing on the beach — and to enhance your learning time through aquatic research
Internships — with the Palm Beaches right out your door, you’ll intern at some of the top companies in the nation
Student services — including access to an advisor who will partner with you throughout your time at PBA
Clubs and organizations — so that you can make friends, develop as a leader and have fun
Division II athletics — as well as intramurals and club sports — and a 96-acre athletic campus coming in the near future
Ready for PBA? Apply now!
901 South Flagler Drive
P.O. Box 24708
West Palm Beach, FL 33416-4708
(888) GO TO PBA or (561) 803-2000
Speaking of PBA ...
“This is a place that allows you to grow, make decisions and to be challenged. That’s why I chose it as an undergraduate and why I stayed to do graduate work.”
-- Rodrigo Venegas, MBA '12, Guatemala City, Guatemala