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Dear Friends,

At Miami Dade College (MDC) we have a phrase that means a great deal to us: Opportunity Changes Everything reflects our most cherished belief, and it has guided the development of MDC, one of America’s most outstanding and unique institutions of higher education.

I am very pleased to extend the learning opportunities at Miami Dade College to you. What you will find is an educational institution dedicated to the success of our students. The relationships between students and faculty and among our very diverse student population have contributed to a supportive and exciting learning environment.
Miami Dade College is the United States’ most diverse college or university, welcoming students from more than 150 countries. We are very proud of our students, for they have demonstrated that higher education can be a model for international cooperation and understanding. Our academic excellence is rooted in our respect for the diverse origins and traditions of our students and faculty.

MDC is located in one of the most cosmopolitan cities of the world. Miami and the surrounding region offer unmatched riches, from the excitement of South Beach to the abundant diversity of culture and artistic offerings and the natural beauty of the tropics. It is a great place to live and learn.

I invite you to explore your possibilities at Miami Dade College. The door of opportunity is open to you.  


Eduardo J. Padrón
Miami Dade College

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