decorative image of Angela-house-2-e1475521702860_elqpti , Habitat for Humanity dedicates home to Pensacola State employee 2017-01-17 14:22:00

Habitat for Humanity dedicates home to Pensacola State employee

It was a community-wide effort when more than 30 friends and family turned out Sept. 24 to help Pensacola State College employee Angela McDaniel dedicate her new home. Located in northeast Pensacola, the three-bedroom two-bath home is handicapped-accessible for Angela and her husband, James McDaniel, who are both disabled and use wheelchairs for mobility. Constructed… Continue Reading Habitat for Humanity dedicates home to Pensacola State employee

decorative image of Lacz1-e1475522633106_thzcce , Former Navy SEAL turned writer shares life lessons with PSC students 2017-01-17 14:22:04

Former Navy SEAL turned writer shares life lessons with PSC students

Get outside your comfort zone was one of the life lessons former U.S. Navy SEAL Kevin Lacz shared with Pensacola State College students on Wednesday. Lacz, a Pensacola State Board of Trustees member and former SEAL Team THREE member, was guest speaker at the Milton campus Lunch and Learn series. It was standing room only… Continue Reading Former Navy SEAL turned writer shares life lessons with PSC students

decorative image of admin-ajax_f2rxim , Pensacola State College Ranks 17th Among Florida’s Top Colleges and Universities 2017-01-17 14:24:19

Pensacola State College Ranks 17th Among Florida’s Top Colleges and Universities

Pensacola State College ranks 17th on the 2016 list of top colleges and universities in Florida, according to OnlineColleges.com. Using 2014 data from the National Center for Education Statistics, the ranking is based on 11 criteria including affordability, student services and the availability of online programs, says Ryan Tran, OnlineColleges.com site manager. The site ranked… Continue Reading Pensacola State College Ranks 17th Among Florida’s Top Colleges and Universities