The Collegiate High School is a part of the Department of the Secondary and Adult Education. The purpose of the program is to provide students sixteen years of age or older the opportunity to earn their high school diploma. Courses at Collegiate high are the same as those in area public high schools but taught at an accelerated pace. Classes are available mornings, afternoons and evenings. A "weekend" adults-only session is also available. Students in the program are required by state law to pay tuition at time of registration. Tuition is $30 each semester. Students also are required to provide documents which indicate residency in the State of Florida for 12 consecutive months prior to registration. Co-enrolled students from area public high schools are exempt from tuition but are limited in the number of classes they can register in each semester. For more information contact the school office at (850) 484-2177.
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FEE PAYMENT FOR SUMMER AND FALL TERM 2013
Summer Term 2013 (Sessions A, B, C and D) Tuition & fees are due on: Fee payment due date: 5/9/13
Fall Term 2013 (Sessions A, B, C and D) Tuition & fees are due on: Fee payment due date #1: 7/24/13 Fee payment due date #2: 8/12/13 Registration schedules that remain unpaid by the close of business on each fee payment date will be cancelled. Any classes registered for after the first due date for Summer and the second due date for Fall must be paid on the day of registration or they will purge. more ...
EXCESS HOURS ADVISORY STATEMENT
Section 1009.286, Florida Statutes, establishes an "excess hour" surcharge for a student seeking a baccalaureate degree at a state university. more ...
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Pensacola State College does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, religion, marital status,
disability, sexual orientation and genetic information in its educational programs and activities. The following person has been designated
to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies: Dr. Gael Frazer, Assoc. Vice President, Institutional Diversity at (850)484-1759.
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