decorative image of meadowspush , Pensacola State College donates medical protective gear to area health care facilities 2020-04-13 09:09:40

Pensacola State College donates medical protective gear to area health care facilities

Pensacola State President Ed Meadows helped Warrington campus officials load boxes upon boxes of masks, gowns, gloves and other protective gear into a College vehicle on Friday for donation to area healthcare facilities to be used in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic fight. Continue Reading Pensacola State College donates medical protective gear to area health care facilities

decorative image of onlinelearning3 , PSC’s eLearning Department ensures smooth transition to online 2020-04-09 09:49:20

‘Zoom Crew’ rallies to expand Live Online instruction throughout the College

As soon as the coronavirus threatened to block Pensacola State College students and faculty from classrooms, administrators developed an emergency plan to move courses online. Fortunately they had a team of instructors already well-versed in the Live Online (synchronous online) realm, a team that could be deployed to teach other instructors and professors, a team that soon became known as the “Zoom Crew.” Continue Reading ‘Zoom Crew’ rallies to expand Live Online instruction throughout the College

decorative image of onlinelearning2 , PSC’s eLearning Department ensures smooth transition to online 2020-04-09 09:49:06

PSC students and faculty adjust to online conversion – and do a little cooking too

Pensacola State College’s Robinson Honors Program students usually meet on Mondays. But with the COVID-19 pandemic closing campuses, the honors students had to adjust like everyone else. So, honor student Julie Riser showed her fellow students how to make turkey chili, using Zoom interactive technology to let her classmates follow her live. Continue Reading PSC students and faculty adjust to online conversion – and do a little cooking too

decorative image of onlinelearning1_650 , PSC’s eLearning Department ensures smooth transition to online 2020-04-09 09:48:57

PSC’s eLearning Department ensures smooth transition to online

Bill Waters retires in July. The Pensacola State College eLearning Department director came to the college in 1999, and has seen how the internet revolution has changed life, and learning. But he’s never seen anything like what’s happened in 2020 with the COVID-19 pandemic altering life across the globe in a matter of months. Continue Reading PSC’s eLearning Department ensures smooth transition to online

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Eight PSC students receive scholarships at Dr. Garrett T. Wiggins ‘Live Your Dream’ Banquet

Pensacola State College celebrated its diversity and commitment to minority students on Feb. 28 at the annual African American Memorial Endowment Scholarship Program and the Dr. Garrett T. Wiggins’ “Live Your Dream” Scholarship Banquet. Eight students received scholarships that will help them continue their education at PSC. Continue Reading Eight PSC students receive scholarships at Dr. Garrett T. Wiggins ‘Live Your Dream’ Banquet

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CANCELLED- 32nd Annual Lumberjack Festival celebrates the Great Outdoors March 28 at PSC Milton campus

Taking place from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 28, at Pensacola State College’s Milton campus, 5988 U.S. 90, the free Lumberjack Festival has something for everybody, including children’s activities, tasty foods and treats and nature and wildlife exhibits. Continue Reading CANCELLED- 32nd Annual Lumberjack Festival celebrates the Great Outdoors March 28 at PSC Milton campus

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Pensacola State College’s African American Student Association is one of top chapters in Florida

The Pensacola State College African America Student Association, made up mostly of young students born as beneficiaries of the civil right movement and the grit, determination and righteousness of those who preceded them, is determined to remember the past. Continue Reading Pensacola State College’s African American Student Association is one of top chapters in Florida

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Student Affairs admin’s ‘full circle’ brings her back to a welcoming PSC

Katie Hudon’s day-to-day functions include support of the Warrington staff, oversight of admissions and advising, as well as the functions of the L.I.F.E. Fitness Center, policy and process development, service on the Pirates CARE team, and authorization over recruitment, admissions, dual enrollment, registration, advising/counseling, student support services and career development. Continue Reading Student Affairs admin’s ‘full circle’ brings her back to a welcoming PSC

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Fifth-graders explore ponds, assemble bones at PSC South Santa Rosa Center

About 60 Holley-Navarre Intermediate fifth-graders from three different classes visited the South Santa Rosa Center on Friday, Feb. 7. Holley-Navarre Intermediate School has 15 fifth-grade classes, and the other classes will visit the South Santa Rosa Center each Friday through February, as well as March 27. Continue Reading Fifth-graders explore ponds, assemble bones at PSC South Santa Rosa Center

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Artist Susan McCollough has exhibited in Paris, Florence and now Pensacola State College

Being in a room full of Susan N. McCollough paintings must be akin to what it’s like being in the middle of a jazz improvisation performed by the masters – graceful, yes, but imbued with a spirit of frantic kineticism and spellbinding abstractism that is both mesmerizing and provoking. Continue Reading Artist Susan McCollough has exhibited in Paris, Florence and now Pensacola State College

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Panhandle Tiger Bay Club honors legacy, co-founder with PSC scholarship

Once known for bringing in some of the nation’s leading speakers and public figures, the Panhandle Tiger Bay Club is no more, having merged with the University of West Florida Downtown Lecture Series in early November. But the club’s legacy – and that of one of its founders – will live on with a Pensacola State College scholarship totaling $5,000. Continue Reading Panhandle Tiger Bay Club honors legacy, co-founder with PSC scholarship

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Dixon School students get inspiration – and Bananas Foster – during visits to PSC culinary, cosmetology programs

The nearly two-dozen Dixon students were visiting the PSC Culinary Arts program as part of the middle school’s celebrated arts program. The next day, a different group of students visited the Cosmetology program, where they watched PSC students style hair and received tips from instructors. Continue Reading Dixon School students get inspiration – and Bananas Foster – during visits to PSC culinary, cosmetology programs

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Former PSC national champion returns to College for basketball game

It was a homecoming of sorts at Wednesday’s night matchup between the Pensacola State College Pirates and Coastal Alabama ─ Monroeville Eagles. Former PSC Pirate basketball standout Glover Jackson was in the stands. For those who don’t remember, Jackson was a member of the College’s 1993 NJCAA Division 1 National Championship team coached by Bob Marlin. Continue Reading Former PSC national champion returns to College for basketball game

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Pensacola State College honors veterans at cookout in advance of Veterans Day

A recent cookout on the Pensacola campus to honor Veterans Day was sponsored by the PSC Student Veterans Association, with support from PSC’s Veterans Upward Bound and Veterans Student Support Services, and featured burgers, hot dogs, ribs, sides and even two patriotic cakes created by the PSC Culinary Arts Program – one was decorated as a U.S. flag; the other cake featured the service emblems of U.S. military branches. Continue Reading Pensacola State College honors veterans at cookout in advance of Veterans Day

decorative image of PenelopeBurk_900 , Auto Draft 2019-11-06 08:33:26

Area charitable organizations learn how to raise funds, court donors effectively at Nonprofit Summit

Nationally-recognized fundraising consultant and researcher Penelope Burk brought her decades of experience to the inaugural Nonprofit Center For Excellence and Philanthropy at Pensacola State Summit on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 on the Pensacola campus. Continue Reading Area charitable organizations learn how to raise funds, court donors effectively at Nonprofit Summit

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Pensacola State College Century Center’s new coordinator hopes to expand scope, recruiting reach

If new Pensacola State College Century Center coordinator John Artinger is going to make the hour-plus drive to work each weekday from Navarre in southern Santa Rosa County to Escambia County’s northern border with Alabama, he’s going to do the most with his day once he arrives. Two weeks into the job, the former PSC adjunct psychology instructor and 35-year-educator already is trying to grow Century Center and expand its offerings to students and recruit into Alabama territories. Continue Reading Pensacola State College Century Center’s new coordinator hopes to expand scope, recruiting reach

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ADA Services presenting ‘Not-So-Scary Haunted House’ and Open House this week

Located in Building 2, Room 250, on the Pensacola campus, the “Not-So-Scary Haunted House” aims to give visitors a little taste of suspense and mystery, while forcing them to engage with Braille and American Sign Language to discover “who” or “what” is haunting the room. Continue Reading ADA Services presenting ‘Not-So-Scary Haunted House’ and Open House this week

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Pensacola State’s Vet Tech Program Open House to be held Nov. 13

The Pensacola State College Veterinary Technology Program Open House is set for 3-7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, on the Warrington campus. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet the Vet Tech Program instructors and tour the college’s state-of-the-art facility in Building 3200 at 5555 W. Highway 98, Pensacola. The event also includes financial aid information, student organization exhibit and animal ambassadors. Continue Reading Pensacola State’s Vet Tech Program Open House to be held Nov. 13

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Pensacola Civic Band to open 48th season with Boston Brass on Nov. 9

The Pensacola Civic Band opens its 48th season with “Sketches of Spain,” featuring the world-renowned Boston Brass. The performance is set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Pensacola Saenger Theatre. Under the direction of Don Snowden, the Pensacola Civic Band will perform music that will ignite the senses to all that Spain has to offer. Continue Reading Pensacola Civic Band to open 48th season with Boston Brass on Nov. 9

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Kevin Belton – one of Louisiana’s Top 20 chefs – visits PSC culinary program before WSRE-TV Food and Wine Barn Dance

Sure, New Orleans’ Chef Kevin Belton came to Pensacola State College on Friday to cook up some of his award-winning, celebrated gumbo for the folks over at the WSRE-TV Pensacola Barn Dance Wine & Food Classic. But that wasn’t for hours and Belton sure didn’t want to wait to eat. So the towering, big teddy bear chef – he’s 6 feet 9 inches – visited the Pensacola State College Culinary Arts kitchen in the afternoon, to see what the students were cooking up for the evening’s event. Continue Reading Kevin Belton – one of Louisiana’s Top 20 chefs – visits PSC culinary program before WSRE-TV Food and Wine Barn Dance

decorative image of jordanschool-1 , Jordan 'Bekah' Campbell credits God, PSC for prison-to-college transformation 2019-10-14 13:42:18

Jordan ‘Bekah’ Campbell credits God, PSC for prison-to-college transformation

It was only after Jordan Campbell ─ who went by “Bekah” while at PSC ─ graduated with honors in May 2014, that instructor Ann Coon learned “the perfect role model” had a dark, stained and strained past. Just three years before graduating, Campbell was in prison serving time for fraud and theft brought on, she said, by years drowned and lost in drugs, dependency and, at times, abuse. Continue Reading Jordan ‘Bekah’ Campbell credits God, PSC for prison-to-college transformation