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Pensacola State’s top academic students and dapper student ambassadors honored by the College

Eight Presidential Scholars were honored at a Recognizing Excellence reception at the PSC Pensacola campus Sept. 17. The students, most recent high school graduates, were awarded scholarships based on a variety of factors, primarily stellar academic achievement. Also honored were the 12 Pensacola State College Student Ambassadors — always dapper in their sharp blue blazers — who are students that represent the college at various events, from college fairs to on-campus functions and receptions. Continue Reading Pensacola State’s top academic students and dapper student ambassadors honored by the College

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decorative image of daveyart_600 , Auto Draft 2019-09-16 15:02:39

‘Mike Davey & Tracy Spikes Untitled’ works on exhibit at PSC

The works of “Mike Davey & Tracy Spikes: Untitled” are on exhibit in Pensacola State College’s Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts through Friday, Oct. 11. Davey and Spikes will be in attendance at an artists’ reception set for 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, in the Switzer Gallery, Building 15, on the College’s Pensacola campus. Continue Reading ‘Mike Davey & Tracy Spikes Untitled’ works on exhibit at PSC

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Florida’s ‘Biggest Food’ specialist works toward GED at PSC

Stephen Walls cooks under the name “Walls Clay” – look him up on Facebook – and makes what he boasts is “Florida’s Biggest Food.” On Saturday, he’s serving up a 10-foot burrito to a local fire department and a couple nonprofit groups. On Wednesday, he cooked chicken on a Rolls Royce 501-D13 engine he’s converted into a smoker/grill. But it’s not just big food Walls has cooking. He’s also has big dreams. One of them is moving from the south side of the Pensacola State College Pensacola campus to the north side. Continue Reading Florida’s ‘Biggest Food’ specialist works toward GED at PSC

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decorative image of pscapp_crop , Pensacola State launches first app for iPhones, will add Android in near future 2019-09-11 11:19:13

Pensacola State launches first app for iPhones, will add Android in near future

When you first open the new Pensacola State College mobile app, you see a beautiful twilight photo of the M.J. Menge Bell Tower. But it’s only there a second before it fades to the important stuff: A menu list of helpful links, including the App homepage, which is similar to the College’s website page. Continue Reading Pensacola State launches first app for iPhones, will add Android in near future

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Sandy Sansing provides funds, inspiration to PSC scholarship winners

Recently local businessman Sandy Sansing spoke to a group of scholarship recipients about his humble upbringing working for .25 cent tips at the old Jitney Jungle grocery store on 12th Avenue. The Sansing Scholars at the luncheon learned how now, having found financial and career success, he feels compelled to give back to others who might need just a boost to realize their dreams. Continue Reading Sandy Sansing provides funds, inspiration to PSC scholarship winners

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decorative image of best-colleges-badge , PSC grads have less student debt than any college, university grads in nation 2019-09-09 12:17:27

PSC grads have less student debt than any college, university grads in nation

No college or university in the United States ─ public, private, big, small, hoity, plain or toity ─ sends its graduates off with less debt per student than Pensacola State College.

Pensacola State College President Ed Meadows chats with PSC students. That’s just one highlight for Pensacola State from the coveted and anticipated U.S. News & World Report’s “Best College” rankings, released Monday, Sept. 9. Continue Reading PSC grads have less student debt than any college, university grads in nation

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