Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College founded by Sir Clarence Fitzroy Bryant in 1988, is still committed to providing affordable and accessible education in a stimulating learning environment. Its physical location, interdisciplinary curriculum and the range of programmes it delivers together with the community, network of staff, students, and the various publics that it serves, afford an enriching academic experience. The College operates as an inclusive educational institution that offers training at a variety of levels to meet the needs of its students.
Azilla Clarke, Director of Social Development and Community Affairs, says it is important to for persons to learn another language and sign language gives that opportunity. “We will be working with CFB in the upcoming year to offer sign language courses so that others can build that capacity but we do want to say that30Read More
The Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC) in its quest to broaden educational opportunities and expand academic qualifications in a globally competitive work environment is proud and excited to announce the official launch of three new/revitalized programmes on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at 10:00am at the Burdon Street Campus, Basseterre. The Division of Health Sciences (Department30Read More
The 40-member strong C.F.B.C Dance Ensemble has been working tirelessly in preparation for a major upcoming production set to occur later this month, on Saturday March 28th. The choreographers and dancers have explored a variety of genres including lyrical, modern, jazz, African, soca, elements of salsa and dance hall and have also ventured into performing30Read More
The Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC) will host its annual Open Day and Career Fair on Thursday, 12th March, 2015, from 9a.m – 4p.m. The events will take place on the Main Campus on Burdon Street, the Nursing Skills Lab on Lockhart Street and the Technical Campus on Horsford Road. The day will begin with a30Read More
Phylicia Warner Receives 2014 Joshua Obadiah Williams Award Ms. Phylicia Warner is the proud recipient of the annual Joshua Obadiah Williams Award for outstanding academic achievement in teacher education for 2014. Miss Warner, a past student of the Teacher Education Division of the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College (CFBC), received the monetary award of EC $2,50030Read More
REGISTRATION FOR RETURNING STUDENTS BEGINS AT 8:30 TO 3:30P.M, MONDAY 17 AUGUST. Classes Officially Begins for all Divisions on Monday August, 31st 2015