Bethune-Cookman University is no stranger to change. Founded as Cookman Institute in 1872, the historically black college has come a long way, achieving its university status in 2007. Through its multiple iterations of expansion, Bethune-Cookman has relied on talent to foster the learning of its continually growing crop of students.
Diversity of thought is important to the university, which is why they recruit faculty and staff from around the world.
The immigration process is historically shrouded in secrecy. To help applicants stay updated and navigate the immigration process, Bethune-Cookman partnered with Envoy.