Art instructor Paula Work talks to students on Aug. 15, the first day of the fall 2022 semester. Ashanti East wasn’t taking any chances on Monday, Aug. 15, the first day of the 2022 Pensacola State College fall term. A full 15 minutes before her second class of the day – a humanities course –… Continue Reading Students are back. Fall classes have started. Campuses are buzzing. Finally!
Play guitar? Want to earn college credits for playing guitar? Well, the Pensacola State College Jazz Ensemble sure could use your shredding. (Not sure if musicians “shred” in jazz but go with it.) PSC Band Director Doug Holsworth is seeking musicians of all types to fill the rosters of the College’s two bands – the… Continue Reading Play a musical instrument? Cool! Join one of PSC’s bands
By day, Brett Patterson helps some of our community’s most vulnerable folks attend Pensacola State College. By night, Patterson jams with his wife Lee Patterson as the musical duo Snake and the Rabbit ─ a well-seasoned outfit that will likely find a way into regional music venues once the couple is a bit settled in Pensacola. Patterson is the new director of the PSC Eldon L. Norman Education Opportunity Center (EOC) and is only three weeks into the job. A TRIO program funded by the U.S. Department of Education, the EOC assists low- and modest-income and/or first-generation college students enroll in a postsecondary institution or to return after a period away. Continue Reading PSC Welcomes New EOC Director Brett Patterson (and read about his cool side gig)