New Continuing Education Courses

  PREPARE FOR U.S. CITIZENSHIP – (12 hours) Students who are eligible to take the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services test will learn about American history, government and election processes. Students will practice answering questions on the government test and learn how to fill out the citizenship test application form. Student will prepare with a…


Welcome Lady Pirates Head Coach Penny Jones!

Pensacola State College’s women’s basketball team is under the leadership of a new coach this year, and the upcoming season looks promising. Penny Jones brings a wealth of experience to the Lady Pirates, including playing as a four-year starter for the University of West Florida’s basketball team. She understands the need to balance student life…



Sluder and Evans Earn Exclusive Doctor of Nursing Practice Degrees

Two Pensacola State Nursing Department employees recently completed the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree, becoming part of the roughly 4% of nurses in the United States to hold doctorates. Dusti Sluder and Judy Evans truly embody the spirit of the college’s “Go here. Get there.” motto. Both women began their relationship with PSC as students…



One Million Earths: The life-force between creation and evolution

A Presentation by P. Clay Sherrod, Arkansas Sky Observatories Saturday, October 4, 2014 at the Jean and Paul Amos Performance Studio, Pensacola State College – 7:00 p.m. 1.  Planetary image, artist’s rendering, courtesy NASA 2.  Speaker, Dr. P. Clay Sherrod of ASO, at the Observatories’ primary astrographic telescope     Presentation Synopsis: Imagine as you…


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PSC Presents 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra in Concert Sept. 6

Pensacola State College presents the 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra in concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, at the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus. A nine-piece klezmer-funk-rock-jazz ensemble, the 4th Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra performs original compositions and arrangements combining West African rhythms with Eastern European klezmer melodies. About six years…


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PSC Receives $1 Million Gift from Lamar, Reilly and Switzer Families

On behalf of the Lamar, Reilly and Switzer families, Pensacola philanthropists Bobby, Charlie and John Switzer presented Pensacola State College President Edward Meadows and the District Board of Trustees with a $1 million gift today.    As the lead gift, the $1 million goes toward construction of the future Charles W. Lamar Studio at PSC’s…



PSC Music Professor Premiers Composition with Kazakhstan Orchestra

Steinway Artist and Pensacola State College music professor, Kadisha Onalbayeva, recently premiered her symphonic poem, “Zherym,” performed by the State Academic Orchestra of the Republic of Kazakhstan. “Zherym” (Motherland) is a programmatic piece about imagery from Onalbayeva’s homeland of Kazakhstan and features the country’s best known national instrument, the dombyra, in solos. “The use of…



Register Now for PSC Fall Classes

It’s not too late to register for Pensacola State College fall classes that begin Aug. 18. Eligible students may access financial aid. Students can apply or register online any time at On-campus registration is available at all locations from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Aug. 11-14 and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug.…



PSC Students Build House

Pensacola State College students recently constructed a 500-square-foot home as part of their applied technology programs. Students from the electrical, HVAC, and carpentry disciplines worked together on the house, and an incoming plumbing class will participate in the fall semester. Harold Riffel, carpentry instructor, drew the blueprints for the house, and the students turned his…