The 2019 Art Faculty and Staff Exhibition will be on display Now through March 13 at Pensacola State College’s Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, Building 15, located at the corner of Ninth Avenue and Airport Boulevard. Continue Reading PSC exhibition features select works from art faculty and staff
The Pensacola State College Alumni Association is seeking nominations for the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards. Awards will be presented at the inaugural Distinguished Alumni Awards Gala to be held on Saturday, May 4 at 6:00 p.m. in the Jean and Paul Amos Performance Studio on the Pensacola campus.
“In honor of our 70th Anniversary, we proudly introduce a new tradition – the Pensacola State College Distinguished Alumni Awards,” said PSC President Ed Meadows. “We look forward to recognizing our alumni achievements and celebrating our history at the Distinguished Alumni Awards Gala on May 4.” Continue Reading Pensacola State College seeks nominations for 2019 Alumni Awards
Pensacola State College’s online Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program has been ranked among the best in the state and country by U.S. News and World Report.
In the “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs 2019 Edition” listing, Pensacola State ranked 10th in Florida and 114th nationwide for the online BSN program. Continue Reading U.S. News ranks PSC online bachelor degree program among nation’s best
Pensacola State College Milton campus employees reached deep and donated even more supplies to help Gulf Coast State College with its Hurricane Michael recovery efforts. Continue Reading Hurricane Michael recovery efforts
The Free VITA Tax Preparation and e-Filing services are now available on Pensacola State College campuses.
In existence for more than 10 years, the program provides free tax services to working families and individuals who earn less than $66,000 a year. Residents can receive quality service from IRS-trained tax preparers, and have two filing options – online or in-person. Continue Reading Free VITA Tax Preparation and e-Filing service available to taxpayers
The inaugural class of inductees to the Pensacola State College Athletics Hall of Fame was introduced at a press conference held Dec. 17.
by PSC Athletic Director Bill Hamilton. Honorees in attendance were Bill Brantley, Jim Donovan, Dana Gilmore, Greg Litton and Gerald McArthur on behalf of his brother the late Bill McArthur. Continue Reading Pensacola State Athletics stars stake a claim to fame
Victoria Greene has a favorite saying: “It doesn’t matter how many times you get knocked down, it’s about how many times you get back up.”
The Pensacola State student has had a few hard knocks in her 27 years. Continue Reading Pensacola State student refuses to let illnesses, circumstances limit her success
The second annual Pensacola Fingerstyle Acoustic Guitar Competition is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 16, at Pensacola State College. The competition will be held in Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus at 1000 College Blvd.
Continue Reading Pensacola State to host Fingerstyle Acoustic Guitar Competition on Feb. 16
Pensacola State College will hold auditions for “Uncle Vanya” at 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Jan. 28 and 29, in Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus, 1000 College Blvd. Continue Reading ‘Uncle Vanya’ auditions set for Jan. 28-29 at Pensacola State College
Northwest Florida’s own “SWERVE/dance Company: A Collective” will bring its unique style of contemporary dance to Pensacola State College on Saturday, Jan. 26.
Continue Reading ‘SWERVE/dance Company: A Collective’ to perform at PSC on Jan. 26
Pensacola State College presents an evening with Scott Dikkers, creator of The Onion News Network, set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, in the Jean and Paul Amos Performance Studio on the Pensacola campus.
Tickets are $11 for adults; $9, seniors, non-PSC students and children; $7, PSC Seniors Club members, PSC faculty and staff; and free for PSC students with current ID. Continue Reading PSC invites public to an evening with Scott Dikkers, creator of The Onion News Network
Pensacola State President Ed Meadows has been tapped to join Gov.-elect Ron DeSantis and Lt. Gov.-elect Jeanette Nuñez transition education and workforce advisory committee. Continue Reading PSC president named to DeSantis education, workforce advisory group
Pensacola State College will celebrate the Pirates’ rich athletic history with a ribbon cutting and induction ceremony for the ten-member inaugural class of the Pensacola State College Athletics Hall of Fame on February 16, 2019. The event will be held on the Pensacola State campus, 1000 College Blvd, Pensacola in the Hartsell Arena. An observance will take place between the women’s and men’s basketball games against Gulf Coast Community College, with a banquet for inductees and their guests immediately following the end of the game. The Lady Pirates game will begin at 5:30.
“Pensacola State has a long and storied sports and athletic tradition,” said Bill Hamilton, who was the head baseball coach at Pensacola State from 1990-2010 and has since served as the College’s Athletic Director. “This Hall of Fame will stand as a reminder for all time that these awesome individuals got their start here.” Continue Reading Inaugural class of distinguished honorees to be named to PSC Athletics Hall of Fame
Nearly 1,300 Pensacola State students received degrees and certificates during the College’s fall commencement exercises held Sunday, Dec. 16, at the Pensacola Bay Center. Continue Reading FDOE Commissioner Stewart speaks at Pensacola State graduation
Florida Department of Education Commissioner Pam Stewart will be the featured speaker at Pensacola State College’s fall graduation set for 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 16, at the Pensacola Bay Center. Continue Reading Pam Stewart to speak at Pensacola State graduation
Hard work has paid off for 15 Pensacola State students who were inducted into Sigma Beta Delta international honor society during the fall semester. The society recognizes scholarship and achievement of business, management and administration students. Continue Reading 15 PSC students inducted into Sigma Beta Delta honor society
There are plenty of ways to show off your Pensacola State College pride – T-shirts, cell phone wallets, water bottles, coffee mugs or writing pens. But I guarantee, you don’t own a Pensacola State College tie pin. Only three people in the world ─ Dr. Ed Meadows, Dr. Kirk Bradley and Dr. Brian Ward ─ own this exclusive accessory. Continue Reading Custom-made Pensacola State tie pins come from Land Down Under
Keeping up with all the lists required to organize a potluck gathering can be overwhelming. With a little help from Frank Asprer’s PotluckPigeon, you don’t need luck to plan the perfect potluck! Continue Reading Pensacola State web administrator develops application software for Apple
Much like the iconic veteran for whom his recent award is named, Pensacola State’s Rob Gregg embodies the characteristics of “Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honesty, Integrity, and Personal Courage.” Continue Reading PSC Veterans Upward Bound director recognized for excellence in leadership
The spring semester is a lot brighter for two Pensacola State culinary arts students who each received $500 scholarships from the Cantonment Rotary Club. Continue Reading Cantonment Rotary Club awards $500 scholarships to 2 culinary arts students
Celebrate the holiday season with The Pensacola Civic Band in these annual offerings of music for the Christmas season that include Dixieland, swing, and other variations of the classics. Continue Reading Pensacola Civic Band rings in holiday season with ‘Christmas at the College’
Alonda Jones was the first person to correctly identify our very own Pirate Field as the location of the Pirate’s Treasure. Congratulations! Jones is an associate coordinator in financial aid, veteran services and scholarships.
Two runners-up each received a snazzy “Great” T-shirt for their efforts. Amanda Stockton is a phlebotomy student and Banisha Blake is an aspiring pharmacy technician (and mother of young twin boys!) Both students will begin their respective programs in January.
Continue Reading Pirate’s Treasure winners are outstanding in their field
Pensacola State College was recently awarded $300,000 as one of 57 grants announced by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW).
OVW’s Grant to Reduce Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, and Stalking on Campus Program supports initiatives to implement comprehensive, coordinated responses to violent crimes on campus through partnerships with victim services providers and justice agencies. Continue Reading PSC receives $300,000 grant to address violence against women
The photography of Pensacola State’s own, Kristen Regan-Miller, will be on exhibit in New Orleans through February.
Luna Fine Art Gallery will present the curated solo show, “Kristen Regan: Plastisphere,” by Regan, an associate Pensacola State professor. The photo collection explores the sublime beauty of this microscopic world with the intention of raising awareness of the dangers plastic represents for the marine world. Continue Reading PSC professor to exhibit photography during PhotoNOLA
It was a rainy and unseasonably cold Tuesday morning but a standing-room crowd turned out for the groundbreaking of the East Wing of Pensacola State College’s new STEM building.
Local officials, members of the BAARs family, along with representatives from Ajax Building Corp and Florida Architects joined Pensacola State’s Board of Trustees, Board of Governors, faculty, staff and students on Nov. 13 for the event. Continue Reading Construction of new STEM building set to begin in January
Pensacola State College was among four Florida College System institutions recognized for innovation and excellence on Wednesday by FCS Chancellor Madeline Pumariega.
Pensacola State, Florida Gateway College, North Florida Community College and Polk State College received 2018 Chancellor’s Best Practice Awards from Pumariega. The four colleges were honored for programs of excellence at the Association of Florida Colleges’ 69th Annual Meeting and Conference in Orlando. Continue Reading PSC’s Virtual Tutoring Program receives 2018 Chancellor’s Best Practice Award
Six of Pensacola State College’s most talented writers were recognized Wednesday, Nov. 14, at the 2018 Walter F. Spara Writing Competition Awards Reception.
Sarah Beal, Ian Belknap, Brenna Tressler, Abigail Johnson, Sarah Richards and McKaila Waddell were the top winners in the annual competition which honors Spara. A Pensacola State English professor from 1966 to 2000, Spara initiated the college’s creative writing program and its nationally-recognized literary journal, “Hurricane Review.” Continue Reading 2018 Walter F. Spara Writing Competition winners honored
Pensacola State College was awarded the Platinum Chapter of the Year at the 69th Association of Florida Colleges Annual Meeting and Conference held Nov. 7-9 in Orlando.
The award was based on Pensacola State’s submission in 13 categories ranging from membership, community service, and other activities and contributions from June 1, 2017 to May 31, 2018. Continue Reading Pensacola State’s AFC chapter receives multiple honors at annual conference
The Drive-By Truckers’ Patterson Hood will perform a solo concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 30, at Pensacola State College.
The concert will be held in Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus at 1000 College Blvd. Continue Reading Patterson Hood of the Drive-By Truckers to perform at PSC on Nov. 30
The groundbreaking for Pensacola State College’s East Wing of the new STEM building is set for 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 13, on the Pensacola campus.
Construction on the first phase (East Wing) of the facility will begin in January – following the abatement and demolition of the existing Mary Ellison Baars Building. The East Wing will be home to the College’s cybersecurity and mathematics programs. Continue Reading Groundbreaking for PSC’s East Wing of new STEM building is Nov. 13
Pensacola State College was recently awarded $300,000 as one of 57 grants announced by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). Continue Reading PSC receives $300,000 grant to address violence against women
More than 77 percent of Pensacola State College Veterinary Technology students who graduated during the period from July 1, 2015, through June 30, 2018, earned a passing score on the Veterinary Technical National Exam (VTNE). Continue Reading PSC Veterinary Technology Program boasts 77 percent pass rate
Pensacola State College was among four Florida College System institutions recognized for innovation and excellence on Wednesday by FCS Chancellor Madeline Pumariega. Continue Reading PSC’s Virtual Tutoring Program receives 2018 Chancellor’s Best Practice Award
Pensacola State will break ground on the College’s new state-of-the-art STEM building next week. The South Wing, the first phase of the facility, will serve as home for the mathematics and cybersecurity programs. Actual construction will begin in January –following the abatement and demolition of the existing Mary Ellison Baars Building. Continue Reading Groundbreaking for East Wing of new STEM building is Nov. 13
Pensacola State College’s Cyber Defense Team placed near the top at the 2018 Innovation Technology Entrepreneurship Network Summit in October. Continue Reading PSC Cyber Defense team wins second place at ITEN Summit
Michael Coleman’s talent has taken him all over the world, but award-winning composer and musician chooses to teach at Pensacola State College. Continue Reading PSC music instructor finds keys to success at his fingertips
Pensacola State College will host an Opening Reception and a Night of Demonstrations for the Foo Foo Festival’s, “Women of Fire Exhibition.”
Set for 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 1, in the College’s Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts, the reception and demonstrations of torch work, blacksmithing and glassblowing are open to the public. Continue Reading PSC to host ‘Women of Fire’ reception, exhibit on Nov. 1
Explore the possibilities of a career in veterinary nursing and visit with the “animal ambassadors” at Pensacola State College’s Veterinary Technology program Open House on Thursday, November 8 from 3-7 p.m. on the Warrington campus, 5555 W. Hwy. 98. Continue Reading Pensacola State’s Veterinary Technology Program to Hold Open House Nov. 8
If you want to invest a little of your time in self-improvement, Pensacola State College is offering more than 30 Professional Development Day workshops on Friday, Oct. 26. Continue Reading Pensacola State to hold Professional Development Day on Friday, Oct. 26
Pensacola State’s Warrington campus will be spotlighted during the fourth annual Holiday Experience set for Dec. 6. The interactive evening will include stops at the Mary Ekdahl Smart Simulation Center, the Veterinary Technology Program and the Dental Clinic. Tickets are $75 and proceeds from the event will go to student scholarships and programs. Continue Reading PSC’s 2018 Holiday Experience to spotlight Warrington campus
Pensacola State College is now a part of the University of South Alabama’s Pathway USA. The articulation agreement signed on Friday, Oct. 19, allows more PSC graduates to transfer to USA and earn bachelor’s degrees. Continue Reading Pensacola State-University of South Alabama sign articulation agreement
A former Pensacola State faculty member has left a large portion of his art collection to the College. Carl Duke, the head of the Visual Arts Department, bequeathed more than 400 pieces of artwork to the College after his passing this summer. Some pieces from the collection will be up for bid during the Bill Clover Memorial Auction set for 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, in the Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts. Continue Reading Former Pensacola State visual arts head bequeaths artwork to College
Salty sluggers know where it’s at, the timber they shivered was a baseball bat! Continue Reading Pirate’s Treasure Found at Blue Wahoos Stadium
The University of South Alabama today announced that Pensacola State College has become part of “Pathway USA,” a collaborative program between the University of South Alabama and select community and state colleges that creates a seamless transition to USA for transfer students who earn their associate’s degree. Continue Reading Pathway USA expands to Pensacola State College
Pensacola State employees and students, along with the Pirates Baseball team, volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House on Friday, Oct. 5, to remove old beds and install 48 new beds in the facility.
Pensacola State volunteers removed old bedding and installed new beds in 26 guest rooms that provide a home away from home for families who travel to Pensacola to receive critical medical care for their children. Continue Reading United Way Day of Caring: Pirates give back
If you love rock, the blues and jazz – how would you like to hear a fusion of these three genres? Rick Trolsen’s Neslorchestra will bring its signature “Primordial Fusion” sound to Pensacola State College on Friday, Oct. 12.
The 17-piece ensemble will perform at 7:30 p.m. in Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus at 1000 College Blvd. Continue Reading Neslorchestra to bring fusion of rock, blues, jazz to Pensacola State on Friday night
As of Monday, Oct. 8, EMERGENCY CALLS for Pensacola State College police assistance must made by dialing 911.
Non-emergency calls can be made by dialing 850-484-2500, or ext. 2500 from a campus phone. The change applies to the College’s Pensacola, Milton and Warrington campuses and the Century, Downtown and South Santa Rosa centers. Continue Reading PSC Police Department moves to 911 system
Bill Clover passed away in May of this year, but the beloved Pensacola State College visual arts professor will still impact the lives of future students.
The Bill Clover Memorial Auction will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, in the Charles W. Lamar Studio on the Pensacola campus. Funds from the auction will go toward the establishment of the Bill Clover Endowed Scholarship. Continue Reading Bill Clover Memorial Auction to be held Oct. 25 at Lamar Studio
The Pensacola State family is pleased to welcome five new student Ambassadors to the College. Continue Reading Pensacola State welcomes new 2018-19 Student Ambassadors
This Pirate’s visage watches well
As waves can quickly start to swell.
The boys of summer ease into fall
And maidens dress casually for this ball. Continue Reading Pirate’s Treasure: No need to pillage, just know your village!
Nursing student Joanna Painter was the first Pirate to respond after she put her treasure-hunting skills to work. She knows her Zingers and correctly identified Miller’s Ale House as the site of the bounty. Painter is this month’s grand prize winner of the treasure. Continue Reading Pensacola State Pirate’s Treasure discovered at Miller’s Ale House
This year – 2018 ─ has been a banner year for Pensacola State College student Jennifer Ojeda.
Along with being recognized for academic achievement and traveling internationally, Ojeda was selected the Florida College System Chancellor’s Clark Maxwell Scholar of the Month for September. Continue Reading PSC student named Chancellor’s Clark Maxwell Scholar Student of the Month
Rick Trolsen’s Neslorchestra will bring its signature “Primordial Fusion” sound to Pensacola State College on Friday, Oct. 12.
The 17-piece ensemble will perform at 7:30 p.m. in Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus at 1000 College Blvd. Continue Reading Neslorchestra to bring fusion of rock, blues, jazz to Pensacola State on Oct. 12
Pensacola State College will provide free dental sealant services to children age 17 and younger from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, on the Warrington campus.
No appointments are necessary, however patients must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Continue Reading Free Dental Sealant Day set for Oct. 13 on Pensacola State’s Warrington campus
The Pensacola State College Wind Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble will hold a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 11.
The public is invited to the event that will held in the Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus, 1000 College Blvd. No tickets are required, and doors open at 7 p.m. Continue Reading Pensacola State’s wind and jazz ensembles to hold free concerts Oct. 11
Steinway Artist Kadisha Onalbayeva is the featured performer at Pensacola ComposerFest XIV set for 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 14, at Pensacola State College. Continue Reading Pensacola ComposerFest XIV scheduled for Sunday in Ashmore Auditorium
Pensacola State College hosted the SkillsUSA Florida Region 1 Fall Leadership Conference on Thursday, Sept. 20. During the annual event, 2018-19 officers were elected. Continue Reading SkillsUSA Florida Region 1 elects 2018-19 officers
Are you looking for a “crisp” fall day of softball and baseball? Pensacola State’s Century Center invites you and the family to the Century Classic where the mighty, mighty Pirates face the Coastal Alabama Warhawks on Saturday, Oct. 20. You’ll also get a chance to meet former PSC Pirates and MLB greats – Billy Sadler and Greg Litton. Continue Reading Century Classic to pit PSC Pirates against Coastal Alabama Warhawks on Oct. 20
Pensacola State College’s Eugenio Hernandez and Michael Johnston are a dynamic data duo. A guide developed by the pair was mentioned on the National Student Clearinghouse blog. Continue Reading PSC institutional researchers receive acclaim for published work
“People think I just hug puppies and kittens all day. When you’re a vet tech, that’s the least you do.” Continue Reading PSC Veterinary Technology graduate goes here, gets there
You might have a sporting chance to win the loot! Continue Reading Where is the Pirate’s Treasure? Guess the location and win!
This treasure quest didn’t blow the man down, it was located right here in Uptown! Say hello to our three latest Pirate’s Treasure winners. Continue Reading Pirate’s Treasure discovered – At Michael’s on Bayou Boulevard
The Pensacola State College Milton L.I.F.E. Center will hold a community open house on Monday and Tuesday, September 17 and 18, from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. in building 4000 on the PSC Milton Campus, 5988 Hwy 90 in Milton.
The event is open to the public and residents of Santa Rosa County and the surrounding communities are invited to tour the facility, which includes a fitness center, indoor track and gymnasium. The L.I.F.E. Center will be showcasing new equipment and fitness center staff will be on-hand to provide information and assist visitors in enrolling in community fitness orientation classes. Continue Reading Community invited to attend open house at PSC Milton L.I.F.E. Fitness Center
Seventy-four Pensacola State College students were inducted into the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) during a ceremony held Thursday, Sept. 6, in the Student Center. Continue Reading 74 Pensacola State students inducted into NTHS
Pensacola State College invites you to “An Evening with Lydia Loveless” on Friday, Sept. 28.
Blessed with a commanding, blast-it-to-the-back-of-the-room voice, Loveless will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. in Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus, 1000 College Blvd. Continue Reading ‘An Evening with Lydia Loveless’ set for Sept. 28 at Pensacola State
“Gratitude is not an emotion, it’s a verb,” declared Pensacola State College cybersecurity student Kiley Godwin. “You can feel like you owe somebody all day long, but it isn’t gratitude until you express it in some way.”
Godwin said he’s working hard to quantify his gratitude with a number – 3.72. Continue Reading PSC cybersecurity student keeps his attitude filled with gratitude
The Pirate’s loot still ain’t been found
So we’ve left clues all around.
A reward awaits the crafty guy who
Locates the treasure right off of Bayou.
The jersey’s framed and on the wall ─
An artsy ode to volleyball!
Jackson, Jordan, Bublé and Phelps
Share the name, if that helps.
Guess the place, ya Scallywag ─
The first to name it gets the bag! Continue Reading All hands on deck! More Pirate’s treasure clues!
The most recent works of fine arts photographer, Mary Anne Mitchell, are on exhibit in Pensacola State’s Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts through Friday, Oct. 5. Continue Reading ‘Meet Me In My Dream’ photos on exhibit at Pensacola State College
The environmental photography of Jeff Rich is on display in Pensacola State College’s Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts through Friday, Oct. 5. Continue Reading ‘Watershed’ photography on display at PSC through Oct. 5
College received funds from Florida Blue, the Helios Education Foundation, Bank of America, local supporters Pensacola State College received nearly $40,000 on Wednesday to help students pay for the cost of higher education. Continue Reading PSC receives close to $40,000 for scholarships from donations
Florida College System Foundation to Present Check for Over $27,000 to Pensacola State College
Who: Florida College System Chancellor and the Florida College System Foundation, along with Florida Blue, Helios Education First Generation scholars and Dream Makers First Generation scholars.
What: Pensacola State College will be presented a check for over $27,000, which private donors have matched with over $27,000 for a total of over $54,000 for student scholarships to be awarded at Pensacola State College.
When: Wednesday, August 29, 1:15 p.m. Continue Reading Florida College System Foundation to Present Check for Over $27,000 to Pensacola State College
Pensacola State College’s music instructor Michael Coleman has done it again. Coleman was recently awarded AN ART ARTISTRY prize at another international composition competition. He was one of two U.S. composers to receive the top prize at the event. Continue Reading PSC instructor earns top prize at international music competition
Who: Florida College System Chancellor and the Florida College System Foundation, along with Florida Blue, Helios Education First Generation scholars and Dream Makers First Generation scholars.
What: Pensacola State College will be presented a check for over $27,000, which private donors have matched with over $27,000 for a total of over $54,000 for student scholarships to be awarded at Pensacola State College. Continue Reading Florida College System Foundation to Present Check for Over $27,000 to Pensacola State College
Pensacola State College has teamed up Escambia and Santa Rosa county school officials to host three College Fairs in September. The events are set for Sept. 9, 10 and 11 on the South Santa Rosa Center, Pensacola campus and Milton campus, respectively. Continue Reading Pensacola State to host College Fairs in September
Teaching art is just part of the Work flow for Pensacola State graduate and art professor Paula Work. Continue Reading Pensacola State instructor is a true Work of art
Yo-ho-ho and a bottle of fun! The chest of Pirate’s treasure has been discovered! Continue Reading Pirate’s treasure – from the high seas to Applebee’s
“Broken Time: Sculpture by Martin Payton,” a collection of the artist’s most sophisticated improvised creations, will be on display at Pensacola State College through Friday, Nov. 30. Continue Reading Broken Time: Sculpture by Martin Payton’ on exhibit at Pensacola State
South Santa Rosa County Schools: 4-5:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, PSC South Santa Rosa Center, Building 51. The center is located at 5075 Gulf Breeze Pkwy., Gulf Breeze.
Escambia County Schools: 6-7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10, PSC campus, Building 3, Hartsell Arena. The Pensacola campus is located at 1000 College Blvd.
North Santa Rosa County Schools: 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11, PSC Milton campus, Building 4000, L.I.F.E. Fitness Center. The campus is located at 5988 Highway 98. Continue Reading Pensacola State to host three College Fairs in September
Registration continues for Pensacola State College Fall Semester. Fall Sessions A & B begin Monday, Aug. 20.
Students may register for Fall Sessions C & D online at www.pensacolastate.edu or visit any Pensacola State location.
Pensacola State’s Admissions, Advising, Cashier, Financial Aid, and Student Support Services offices are open 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday–Thursday the week of Aug. 13-16 and Aug. 20-23. The College resumes normal hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 24. Continue Reading Fall Registration Continues at PSC
While many authors have called Florida home, some truly define the state’s literary heritage.
Award-winning writer Jeff Klinkenberg is coming to Pensacola to discuss some of his favorite Florida books, working his way up from William Bartram in 1791 to Jack E. Davis in 2017, as part of the WSRE Public Square Speakers Series.
Klinkenberg will speak at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 28, in the Jean and Paul Amos Performance Studio at Pensacola State College. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Admission is free. Continue Reading Klinkenberg to discuss must-read books for Floridians on Aug. 28 at the Amos Studio
While the country was dealing with the aftermath of the economic crisis in 2009, Troy Warren was dealing with his own personal crisis.
“I was 30 years old, living with my mother, making $10 an hour and scratching my head not knowing what I was going to do,” said Warren, who hoped to turn his computer hobby into a career.
“Pensacola State College changed my life.” Continue Reading PSC cybersecurity student has the ‘IT’ factor
Pamper Fido with a bath and a pedicure from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 8, at Pensacola State College’s Warrington campus, Building 3200, 5555 West Highway 98.
Sponsored by college’s Veterinary Technology students, the dog wash services include a bath, nail trim, ear cleaning and anal gland expression.
Cost is $10 per bath and $5 for each additional service, $20 for all of the services. Continue Reading Pensacola State Vet Tech students to hold Dog Wash on Sept. 8
Competition is open to high school, college students
The Choral Society of Pensacola will host YOUNG VOICES 2018 singing competition this fall on the Pensacola State College campus.
Open to high school and college students, the four-state competition is set for 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, in Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus. The competition will be open free of charge to the public. Continue Reading Pensacola Choral Society to host YOUNG VOICES 2018 singing contest
welve members of Pensacola State College’s Outdoor Club experienced the adventure of a lifetime June 4 -9 during a leadership and skill-building primitive camping trip to North Carolina.
The students, who were all relative strangers before the outing, worked together to set up campsites, climb mountains, hike trails, identify foliage and natural formations, explore old homesteads and navigate whitewater rafting on Standing Indian Mountain in the Nantahala National Forest. Continue Reading PSC Club enjoys primitive camping trip at Nantahala National Forest
Learning comes naturally to members of Pensacola State’s Outdoor Club who recently spent about a week on Standing Indian Mountain in the Nantahala National Forest in North Carolina. Continue Reading Pensacola State College – Great education leads to the great outdoors
Celebrate your shipmates’ keen eye for treasure – and “Aye” some more clues to find your own bounty! Continue Reading PSC Pirate’s treasure found at (air)port
Pensacola State recently honored the 2018 Supervisor and Employees of the Year. Some have worked at the College less than 10 years while others have called Pensacola State home for more than 30 years. And then there’s an employee who has been at the College since he was a teenager. All-in-all, they are the best of us. Continue Reading Pensacola State recognizes 2018 Supervisor, Employees of the Year
The U.S. Department of Education lists Pensacola State College as a best value among public four-year colleges and universities for the seventh consecutive year.
Pensacola State is ranked 37th on the list of 71 institutions cited for lowest tuition in the U.S. Department of Education’s College Affordability and Transparency annual report. With annual tuition listed as $2,704, Pensacola State is eighth among the 25 Florida colleges to make the most affordable ranking. Continue Reading Pensacola State ranks among most affordable colleges in U.S.
Two Pensacola State College veterinary science students were placed at the 2018 HOSA National Leadership Conference held June 27-30 in Dallas.
Katherine Gaskill won third place while Christina Zaccardi placed fourth in the Postsecondary/Collegiate Event for Veterinary Science. Continue Reading Pensacola State veterinary students place at National HOSA event
Mackenzie Masters has connections.
“I want people to know that I am here as a resource to help direct students and hopefully help more Pensacola State College students to become Seminoles,” Masters explained.
Masters is an admissions officer who helps guide students through Direct Connect – Pensacola State College to Florida State University Panama City, a program which enables Pensacola State students who have earned an Associate of Arts degree to make a seamless transition to FSU Panama City to pursue a bachelor’s degree.
More than 30 local high school students will be featured in Pensacola State College’s 28th annual Summer High School Onstage Workshop production of “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”
Set to be staged July 20-22 and July 27-29, Friday and Saturday performances are 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinees are 2:30 p.m. in the Ashmore Fine Arts Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus. Continue Reading SHOW to stage ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame’ on July 20-22 and July 27-29
Two Pensacola State College SkillsUSA student-members are among the best of the best after placing first at the organization’s national conference.
Five other Pensacola State student-members placed third and fourth in their competitions during the 54th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference held June 25-29 in Louisville, Kentucky. Continue Reading PSC students bring home gold from national SkillsUSA conference
It has been rumored that our Pirate predecessors sailed our waters and may have first taken refuge in our bayous, bays and inlets hundreds of years ago. Some legends even suggest that these Pirates have hidden their treasure throughout Pensacola! We Kidd you not! Continue Reading Ahoy, Pirates! Claim your treasure!
Debbie Hill will be the guest speaker at Pensacola State College’s Veterinary Practice Management Symposium set for 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, July 25. Continue Reading Pensacola State Vet Tech program to host symposium on July 25
Pamper Fido with a bath and a pedicure from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, July 28, at Pensacola State College’s Warrington campus, Building 3200, 5555 West Highway 98. Continue Reading Pensacola State Vet Tech students to hold Dog Wash on July 28
More than 120 of Pensacola State’s best and brightest students were honored for their academic achievements at the 2018 Student Excellence Awards Ceremony held in April. Continue Reading Pensacola State honors Student Excellence Award recipients
Some of Pensacola State College’s Robinson Honors Scholars will spend the next few days becoming “citizens of the world” as they learn about Costa Rica. During the 10-day trip, the six scholars along with 14 other Pensacola State students and three faculty members will assist with sea turtle conservation efforts, dine with the Bri Bri indigenous tribe and even visit Territorio de Zaguates, a no-kill dog sanctuary that is home to hundreds of strays. Continue Reading Robinson Honors Program Scholars, friends learn and serve during Costa Rica journey