A Pensacola State College delegation including President Ed Meadows, Board of Trustee Herb Woll, Sandy Ray, associate vice president of community and government relations, Samantha Hill, director of Student Engagement and Leadership, and Student Government Association officers met with Rep. Jayer Williamson and Rep. Frank White on Feb. 9 in the state Capitol in Tallahassee.
A few years ago, Stephen Flowers of Milton hit pay dirt while competing in the SkillsUSA Region 1 competition. Not only did the Locklin Technical Center student placed second in the HVACR category at 2012 competition but he also received a job offer. “I didn’t make it to the state competition because I went to… Continue Reading PSC hosts SkillsUSA Region 1 competition and Worlds of Possibilities Career Expo
From safety bingo and game shows for students to crime awareness and active shooter training for faculty and staff, March is packed with daily activities and speakers aimed at keeping Pensacola State College a safe place to be. Continue Reading Campus Safety Month activities for everyone
The Pulitzer Prize winning drama, “A Streetcar Named Desire,” heats up the stage Continue Reading “A Streetcar Named Desire” heats up PSC stage March 2-5
For as long as she can remember, Debra Russell has used photography to chronicle life moments and milestones.
However, the Pensacola State College student never imagined some of her photos would be part of a nationwide exhibit. Continue Reading PSC student’s photos selected for national women veterans exhibit