Greetings from Wildcat Nation in beautiful, sunny, Daytona Beach, Florida. We’re so delighted that you are interested in the Great Bethune-Cookman University! We know that you have so many options to choose from for your education and that it can be daunting at times to make a decision. Rest assured, we’re here to answer any of your questions, no matter how complex, or how simple.

You may be asking yourself, what is the B-CU experience? It’s all about family here. It’s all about faith. It’s all about obtaining a remarkable education that will change the course of your life. It’s all about learning to serve. It’s all about a rich heritage and tradition that you won’t find anywhere else.

Please browse our website as you are making your decision about your next steps. If you are ready to become a Wildcat, then please click one of the application choices below. 

  • Undergraduate Application - If you are applying as a new, first-time or transfer student to B-CU. 
  • Graduate Application - If you have completed (or will complete) an undergraduate degree program and you are applying for graduate school (Master's).
  • Re-Admit Application - Welcome back home Wildcat! If you have attended B-CU, and did not finish, then please apply as a re-admit student.

If you have any questions, please contact us


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In the Spotlight

Dr. Claudette McFadden – Professor
“My tenure at Bethune-Cookman University has been nothing short of remarkable and I will forever be grateful for the wealth of opportunities that I have been given over the many years.”
Dr. Claudette McFadden will tell you that Bethune-Cookman is the type of institution where a faculty member’s level of involvement within and outside of the class is limited only by the faculty member’s vision and passion for collaboration.
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Dr. Shamaria Engram – Alumni
The world is full of “firsts” still waiting to be made and, last year, Wildcat alum Shamaria Engram did just that. For close to 40 years, there had never been a Black female student in the Computer Science and Engineering doctoral program at the University of South Florida.
At least, not until B-CU graduate Shamaria Engram!
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