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Pensacola State College AD Bill Hamilton gets emotional at retirement announcement
Bill Hamilton is a head coach, an athlete and athletic director, and the consummate team player. So when Hamilton announced his retirement as the Pensacola State College Athletic Director on Thursday, Jan. 14, at a press conference in Hartsell Arena, he made sure to pay tribute to the team. Continue Reading Pensacola State College AD Bill Hamilton gets emotional at retirement announcement
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Pensacola State College sports – they’re back, baby!
After a fall in which all sports except women’s cross country were shutdown because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the spring season has five PSC teams – baseball, softball, volleyball and men and women’s basketball – starting their seasons this month. Continue Reading Pensacola State College sports – they’re back, baby!
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PSC’s Athletic Director Bill Hamilton announces retirement
After more than 37 years in college athletics, Pensacola State’s Athletic Director Bill Hamilton will retire on Friday, Jan. 22. Continue Reading PSC’s Athletic Director Bill Hamilton announces retirement
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Pensacola State starts Spring semester with safety as a priority
PSC is asking students, faculty, and staff to be vigilant about following the College’s COVID-19 Response Plan that was issued during the 2020 Summer term and was in place for the recent Fall semester. Continue Reading Pensacola State starts Spring semester with safety as a priority
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‘Change Makers’ donate to PSC $164,000 for student scholarships
More than $164,000 was donated to help Pensacola State College students during the inaugural Change Maker ─ Expanding Possibilities reception held Wednesday, Dec. 9, on the Pensacola campus. Continue Reading ‘Change Makers’ donate to PSC $164,000 for student scholarships
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PSC Adult Education Program hosts Open House on Jan. 9
Pensacola State College’s Adult Education Program will host an Open House from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 9, on the Pensacola campus. Continue Reading PSC Adult Education Program hosts Open House on Jan. 9
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Column: We don’t always get what we want, but we still have hope
The song on the radio tells us it’s “the most wonderful time of the year,” and who are we to argue? We don’t have a holiday song of our own to counter with. Besides, it is kinda nice. Continue Reading Column: We don’t always get what we want, but we still have hope
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PSC’s Medical Assisting Program ranks as No. 2 in Florida
Pensacola State College’s Medical Assistant Program has been named one of the best in Florida by medicalassistantadvice.com. Continue Reading PSC’s Medical Assisting Program ranks as No. 2 in Florida
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PSC Carpentry program helps students design and build next-generation homes
Daniel Cortes started out taking a few business courses at Pensacola State College as he tried to hammer down a career path. But for Cortes, it wasn’t a good fit. Now, Cortes is in the business of carpentry. He’s in his second of three semesters in the nationally-accredited PSC Carpentry program. Continue Reading PSC Carpentry program helps students design and build next-generation homes
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Alumni association’s 2020 quail hunt and pheasant shoot hits the big bucks
More than $23,000 was raised during the Pensacola State College Alumni Association’s Annual Quail Hunt and Pheasant Shoot held Friday and Saturday, Nov. 6 and 7, at Dennis Lake Wing Club in Bay Minette, Alabama. Continue Reading Alumni association’s 2020 quail hunt and pheasant shoot hits the big bucks
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PSC alumna scores high marks in improving Milton Campus Testing Center services
If Pensacola State College Milton Campus Dean Jennifer Hill Faron was giving Stacy Young a grade, it would be an “A-plus.” Continue Reading PSC alumna scores high marks in improving Milton Campus Testing Center services
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Krist Lien has overseen tremendous growth, success at PSC Visual Arts Department
Krist Lien has been teaching art for decades now. He’s taught at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and the University of Montevallo. And since May 2006, Lien has been department head of Pensacola State College’s Visual Arts Department. Continue Reading Krist Lien has overseen tremendous growth, success at PSC Visual Arts Department
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Mom and Daughter find inspiration in each other as they finish PSC Nursing program
Now, Mom and Daughter are registered nurses. They have just earned their Associate of Science in Nursing from Pensacola State College. The women will receive their nursing pins at a ceremony on Dec. 10 and receive their diplomas on Dec. 13. Continue Reading Mom and Daughter find inspiration in each other as they finish PSC Nursing program
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HVAC instructor retiring after bringing decades of experience to PSC classrooms
In a large, warehouse-like classroom lined with displays of pipes and fittings and gauges and fans and dials and the word “volts” on little signs everywhere, Glen Gorman steps up to the raised dais in front of a half-dozen students and manipulates a computer mouse. Continue Reading HVAC instructor retiring after bringing decades of experience to PSC classrooms
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PSC Stitchin’ to Serve group creates prostheses for breast cancer survivors
During October (Breast Cancer Awareness Month) and into November, the group made Knitted Knockers that will be donated to women who have had mastectomies and other procedures. The group of knitters, crocheters and seamstresses meets most Thursdays during their lunch via ZOOM. Continue Reading PSC Stitchin’ to Serve group creates prostheses for breast cancer survivors
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Molly McGuire Endowed Scholarship grows by $50,000 after McGuire’s/IPC donation
On Nov. 5, friends and family of Molly McGuire – the restaurant’s and family’s matriarch ─ brought plenty of warm, friendly feelings to Pensacola State College. They also brought a check for $50,350 that will grow the Molly McGuire Culinary Arts Endowed Scholarship and provide even more funds for PSC students. Continue Reading Molly McGuire Endowed Scholarship grows by $50,000 after McGuire’s/IPC donation
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PSC bids farewell to an icon, Gean Ann Emond (who is funnier than you might think)
Gean Ann Emond brain works like a calculator. She’s a numbers-cruncher whose gears turn best when there are spreadsheets and numbers and more numbers to work with. But that doesn’t make her a human calculator. Because a calculator doesn’t have a heart, nor the ability to make someone feel, smile and even laugh. Continue Reading PSC bids farewell to an icon, Gean Ann Emond (who is funnier than you might think)
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PSC truck driver Richard Whatley goes above-and-beyond for Pirate cross-country team
Richard Whatley does his job, sure. The Pensacola State College truck driver is the fella to call if you need something moved from one building to another, or even to another campus. Apparently, he’s also the guy to call if you need a cross-country course set up quickly. Continue Reading PSC truck driver Richard Whatley goes above-and-beyond for Pirate cross-country team
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PSC alum earns doctorate, now teaches at Kennesaw State University
Dr. Rasheda Likely always was interested in a career in science. A self-described curious child, she “asked why” and questioned just about everything. Today the Pensacola native and Pensacola State College alumna has reached her goals. Continue Reading PSC alum earns doctorate, now teaches at Kennesaw State University
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Pensacola State College exceeds FCS standards and its own goals for 2019-2020 despite hardships
Even in this unprecedented year, Pensacola State College has been able to be one of the top-performing schools in the Florida College System. Continue Reading Pensacola State College exceeds FCS standards and its own goals for 2019-2020 despite hardships

EVENTS

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Pensacola Campus

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1000 College Blvd.
Pensacola, FL 32504
(850) 484-1000

Warrington Campus

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5555 W. Highway 98
Pensacola, FL 32507
(850) 484-2200

Milton Campus

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5988 Highway 90
Milton, FL 32583
(850) 484-4400

South Santa Rosa Center

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5075 Gulf Breeze Pkwy.
Gulf Breeze, FL 32563
(850) 471-4630

Century Center

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440 E. Hecker Rd.
Century, FL 32535
(850) 471-4622

Downtown Center

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418 W. Garden St.
Pensacola, FL 32502
(850) 484-1374

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