decorative image of all-shook-up , Need more Elvis? Hear Presley’s music in the PSC Summer High School Onstage Workshop production ‘All Shook Up’ 2022-07-20 13:36:20

Need more Elvis? Hear Presley’s music in the PSC Summer High School Onstage Workshop production ‘All Shook Up’

The cultural flame lit by Elvis Presley has never been extinguished, even 45 years after his death. Still, that flame hasn’t burned this bright for years.

A new generation has discovered the music of the heralded “King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” largely due to the new acclaimed Baz Luhrmann film, “Elvis.” Some talented members of this young generation will perform some of Presley’s best-known music in the jukebox musical “All Shook Up,’’ which is the 2022 PSC Summer High School Onstage Workshop Production, July 22-24 and July 29-31 in the Ashmore Auditorium on the Pensacola campus.  Continue Reading Need more Elvis? Hear Presley’s music in the PSC Summer High School Onstage Workshop production ‘All Shook Up’

decorative image of DSC_0339-sm , Students, prospective students come from across region for Pirate Open House at Warrington campus 2022-07-20 11:00:00

Students, prospective students come from across region for Pirate Open House at Warrington campus

It’s more than a five-hour drive from Huntsville, Alabama – Rocket City, USA – to Pensacola State College’s Warrington campus, a small but serene and welcoming site nestling the Jones Swamp Wetland Preserve and Nature Trail.

But the drive was worth it for Huntsville resident Lily Berg and her mother, Cate Berg, who made the trip to attend the PSC Pirate Open House at the Warrington campus on Tuesday, July 19.  (Lily even won a swanky PSC beach towel for making the longest journey to attend the Open House). Continue Reading Students, prospective students come from across region for Pirate Open House at Warrington campus

decorative image of South-State-Bank-donation , SouthState Bank gives $2,500 to PSC Foundation’s Nonprofit Center for Excellence and Philanthropy 2022-07-21 10:53:12

SouthState Bank gives $2,500 to PSC Foundation’s Nonprofit Center for Excellence and Philanthropy

SouthState Bank strives to help and support the residents and the communities it serves.

Furthering that commitment, SouthState Bank’s donated $2,500 to Pensacola State College Foundation’s Nonprofit Center for Excellence and Philanthropy on Thursday, July 14. Continue Reading SouthState Bank gives $2,500 to PSC Foundation’s Nonprofit Center for Excellence and Philanthropy

decorative image of ROX_7602-alumni- , PSC instructor Michael Coleman finishes 1st in keyboard category at world competition 2022-07-20 10:49:00

PSC instructor Michael Coleman finishes 1st in keyboard category at world competition

Pensacola State College adjunct music instructor Michael Coleman wowed judges in Vienna with his piano composition “Room 857.”

But he might have put a little scare into a PSC public safety officer or two back in the day when he was composing the moody, sometimes jarring piece in Room 857 of Building 8 – Ashmore Fine Arts Center, a building which has a reputation of being a little spooky. There have been reports of apparitions. There have been eerie sounds heard late at night on occasion. (We don’t want to scare away potential students. It’s just stories. But…) Continue Reading PSC instructor Michael Coleman finishes 1st in keyboard category at world competition