Debbie Douma, Pensacola State College’s dean of grants and federal programs, will share fundraising secrets during a PSC Nonprofit Center for Excellence and Philanthropy workshop. Continue Reading Pensacola State grant professional to lead training workshop
Pensacola State College received a $100,000 donation for scholarships from Dona and Milton Usry on Wednesday, Aug. 7. Continue Reading Dona and Milton Usry donate $100,000 to PSC for scholarships
Some Pensacola State College offices will be open extended hours during the peak fall registration period. Continue Reading Pensacola State announces extended hours
Monsanto-Solutia retirees has donated $30,000 to Pensacola State to help students achieve their dreams. The Monsanto-Solutia Retirees Endowed Scholarships will be awarded to students with a Monsanto, Solutia or Ascend connection, Ascend employees enrolled in programs to enhance job skills, students enrolled in a health care program, or chemical engineering students. Continue Reading Monsanto-Solutia retirees donate $30,000 to PSC
Dr. Rameca Vincent Leary has been named Coordinator of Diversity Initiatives at Pensacola State College. Continue Reading Leary named coordinator of Diversity Initiatives at Pensacola State College
The Pensacola State College chapter of the Association of Florida Colleges is supporting the 2019 community-wide project, “Stuff the Bus” (formerly “Cram the Van“).
Donated items will be provided to the Escambia County School District for students in need, and to provide relief to teachers who spend their own money for classroom items. Continue Reading Pensacola State AFC chapter collecting school supplies for ‘Stuff the Bus’ project
A recent Pensacola State College graduate will be the featured artist for this month’s Gallery Night set for Friday, July 17, in downtown Pensacola. Continue Reading PSC graduate to be featured artist at upcoming Gallery Night
Five Pensacola State College students were selected for the Florida College System’s 2019 All-Florida Academic Team for Academic achievement, leadership and community service. Continue Reading Five PSC students tapped for 2019 All-Florida Academic Team
Pensacola State recognized five of its own during the College’s 2019 Employees of the Year ceremony held Thursday, June 27. Continue Reading Pensacola State recognizes 2019 Employees of the Year
No European trip is complete without taking in some historical sights, sampling the local fare and experiencing the culture.
A group of Pensacola State College Robinson Honors Program Scholars and faculty members did all that and so much more during a May 25-June 2 tour of Prague and Berlin. Continue Reading Robinson Honors Program Scholars, friends experience Central Europe
More than 30 local high school students will be featured in Pensacola State College’s 29th annual Summer High School Onstage Workshop production of “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.” Continue Reading SHOW to stage ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang’ on July 19-21 and July 26-28
A recent facelift has taken more than 20 years off of the Pensacola State College Planetarium and Space Theater.
“The renovations to the planetarium have made it second to none. It’s pretty much a new planetarium ─ from the very top to the walls and flooring,” said Billy Jackson, the College’s planetarium specialist. Continue Reading PSC Planetarium and Space Theater undergoes major renovation
All Pensacola State College student services, financial aid and academic offices will be closed Friday, June 28, in order to transition to the new fiscal year. Veterans Student Support Services and Veterans Upward Bound offices will remain open from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. on June 28. All Kids College camps also will remain in session on… Continue Reading Pensacola State College to be closed on June 28
Three Pensacola State faculty members will serve as facilitators during the 2019 Florida Master Teacher Seminar. Set for July 14-18, this will be the eighth year the College has hosted the conference. Continue Reading PSC to host Florida Master Teacher Seminar July 14-18
The College’s Testing Center has been recertified by the National College Testing Association. Located in Building 6 on the Pensacola campus, the Testing Center was recertified on May 22. Continue Reading Pensacola State Testing Center earns national recertification
Pensacola State College’s Culinary Arts program received a nearly $32,000 for the Molly McGuire Culinary Arts Endowed Scholarship fund. Continue Reading PSC gets boost for Molly McGuire Culinary Arts Endowed Scholarship
On the baseball diamond and in the classroom, Pensacola State’s Logan Blackmon is a shining star. The Pensacola native was recently named the Buddy Kisner Panhandle Conference Student Athlete of the Year and the Dr. Dale O’Daniel Panhandle Conference Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year. Continue Reading PSC scholar-athlete receives Buddy Kisner, Dale O’Daniel awards
May 3 was a picture perfect day for the 14th Annual Big Break Golf Classic held at Marcus Pointe Golf Club. Continue Reading 14th Annual Big Break Golf Classic was successful
Nielah Black will take attendees on a wisdom journey of wellness tools for the mind, body, soul and spirit when she presents ‘Up From The Mud’ on Wednesday. Continue Reading International performer to present ‘Up From The Mud’ on Wednesday
A new team will join Pirates Athletics this fall. A women’s cross country team will join the program with Julie Burger, an experienced triathlete and director of the College’s Pharmacy Tech Program, as the head coach. Continue Reading Women’s cross country team to join PSC athletics lineup
Some of Pensacola State College’s most accomplished alumni were recognized during at the 2019 Distinguished Alumni Awards Gala on Saturday, May 4. Continue Reading Pensacola State College honors 8 distinguished alumni
Several Pensacola State College TRIO-SSS participants received $1,000 grants during the spring semester. Continue Reading 7 Pensacola State students awarded TRIO–SSS grants
The Baptist Health Care Foundation has made it easier for students enrolled in Pensacola State College’s EMT program. The foundation has donated $15,000 in scholarship funds for the program. Continue Reading Baptist Health Care Foundation provides $15,000 in scholarships to EMT students
Nielah Black Spears, an international performer, author, community activist, ordained minister and wellness coach, will present “Up From The Mud,” a wisdom journey of wellness tools for the mind, body, soul and spirit. Continue Reading International performer to present ‘Up From The Mud’ on June 12 at PSC
The chilling and thrilling comedy, “A Woman With Many Eyes,” will be staged at 7 p.m. Saturday, June 8, in Pensacola State College’s Ashmore Auditorium. Continue Reading ‘A Woman With Many Eyes’ headed to PSC stage on June 8
Registration is ongoing for Pensacola State College Summer and Fall semesters.
Summer sessions C and D begin June 11 and June 25, respectively.
Fall sessions A and B begin Aug. 19.
Continue Reading Summer, fall registration continues at Pensacola State
The 6th Annual Florida Women Veterans Conference is set for 8 a.m.-4 p.m. June 10-11 at the University of West Florida.
This year’s theme is “Women Veterans … We Are One of Many” and the event will be held in the Conference Center, Bldg. 22, on the UWF campus. Continue Reading 6th Annual Florida Women Veterans Conference set for June10-11
4th Annual Pensacola Memorial Day Concert Honoring Fallen Heroes Features Pearl Harbor Survivor Joining the Guinness World Records and Pensacola’s Mayor
Pensacola resident and Pearl Harbor Survivor, Frank Emond, will join the record books on Monday, May 27, 2019 as the world’s oldest living conductor. Continue Reading 4th Annual Pensacola Memorial Day Concert Honoring Fallen Heroes Features Pearl Harbor Survivor Joining the Guinness World Records and Pensacola’s Mayor
Pensacola State College has announced changes in fees for some programs, and the costs for new nursing courses and the truck driving program. Continue Reading PSC announces fees for allied health, nursing, truck driver programs