decorative image of 2023-Multicultural-Job-Fair-2 , Pensacola State College to hold Multicultural Job Fair on Feb. 2 2023-01-19 11:47:59

Pensacola State College to hold Multicultural Job Fair on Feb. 2

More than 40 Northwest Florida employers are looking to hire at the Pensacola State College Multicultural Job Fair set for 9 a.m.-noon Thursday, Feb. 2.

Hosted by PSC, CareerSource ESCAROSA, the American Job Center Network and Employ Florida, the job fair will be held in the Delaino Student Center, Building 5, on the Pensacola campus. Building 5 faces Underwood Avenue.

decorative image of pirates-care-2 , PSC receives $832,000 grant to increase Pirates CARE services 2023-01-19 12:03:06

PSC receives $832,000 grant to increase Pirates CARE services

Despite the bumper sticker, life is not a beach. It can be hard. Nearly all Pensacola State College students – 96 percent – are worried about finances.

The PSC Pirates CARE team does all it can to help students overcome financial, physical and mental, emotional and intellectual problems and concerns.

Now, with a new three-year U.S. Department of Education Basic Needs for Postsecondary Students Program grant, the Pirates CARE team can offer even more help to students in need.

decorative image of rox-edit-2-DSC_0883 , PSC retires jersey number of Carla Williams, one of the College’ greatest Pirates 2023-01-19 11:42:26

PSC retires jersey number of Carla Williams, one of the College’ greatest Pirates

“We’re honoring perhaps the best to ever wear a Pirates uniform,’’ said Pensacola State College Athletic Director Bryan Lewallyn.

Moments later, a large reproduction of Carla Williams “22” Pirate jersey was unspooled from the rafters in the Hartsell Arena.

“Her number will now hang inside Hartsell Arena forever,’’ Lewallyn said. “It will never be worn by another men’s or women’s basketball player again. It will always belong to Carla Williams.”

decorative image of outdoor-gallery-collage , PSC Outdoor Gallery adds even more vibrancy to Pensacola campus 2023-01-19 11:15:05

PSC Outdoor Gallery adds even more vibrancy to Pensacola campus

If you ever need to give directions to the Chadbourne Library, just tell folks to look for the three giant birds. They can’t miss them. They are nearly 23 feet high. That’s taller than a T-Rex!
The Pensacola State Visual Arts Department has added seven new art installations to the College’s Outdoor Gallery – including the three large reproductions of works from legendary artists/naturalist John James Audubon’s “Birds of America” series – “Brown Pelican,” 1832, “Red-headed Woodpecker,’’ 1828 and “American Flamingo,” 1838.