“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
Ronnie Rivera came to Pensacola Junior College to satisfy a bet. His gamble paid off in more ways than he could imagine. Today, the Pensacola resident is working toward a master’s degree from Texas A&M University. Continue Reading Texas A&M master’s degree candidate considers Pensacola State his best bet for success
Softball player Lia (Amelia) Johnson and baseball player Richard Sorrenti were named Pensacola State College’s Top Male and Female Scholar-Athletes on Wednesday, June 27.
Johnson, a sophomore from Panama City, graduated with an overall 3.91 grade point average and is a two-time NJCAA Academic Student-Athlete Award recipient, a two-time FCSAA Academic All-State and a two-time All-Panhandle Conference Academic performer. She also was named an All-American Scholar Athlete by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association for 2017-2018. Continue Reading PSC Athletics announces 2017-18 Scholar-Athlete Award winners
The Pensacola State College Barbering Club will host a Cut-A-Thon from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, June 30.
The event will be held in the Cosmetology Salon, Building 12, on the Pensacola campus. Continue Reading Pensacola State Barbering Club to hold Cut-A-Thon on Saturday
Pensacola State College Athletic Director Bill Hamilton will be inducted into the 2018 Florida College System Activities Association Hall of Fame.
This fall, Hamilton will start his 35th year in college athletics. Twenty nine of those years have been at Pensacola State where Hamilton was head baseball coach before retiring in 2010, and the college’s athletic director since 1999. Continue Reading Pensacola State athletic director inducted into FCSAA Hall of Fame
Pensacola’s own, Joshua Kaye, was nominated for the 2019 GRAMMY Music Educator Award by the PTA at Hellen Caro Elementary School and, now, has been certified as a quarterfinalist.
According to the Recording Academy GRAMMY MUSEUM, Kaye was selected from the 2,800 initial nominees to be a GRAMMY Music Educator Award quarterfinalist. Kaye is among the 188 music teachers, from 177 cities, who now move on to compete in the semifinalist round. Continue Reading PSC grad selected GRAMMY Music Educator Award quarterfinalist
Like many high school athletes, Robert Clay had aspirations for a college sports career. His lifelong dream was to play football at the University of Florida, but the odds were stacked against him.
No one in Clay’s immediate family had ever attended college. Not only that, but according to the NCAA, less than 3 percent of high school football players advance to a Division I program. Continue Reading Pensacola State graduate has EOC staff in his corner, walks on to Gators’ squad
Renowned musician Al Martin and Friends will present “Standing Ovation: The Most Incredible Night of Music!” at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 23, in the Jean and Paul Amos Performance Studio. Continue Reading Al Martin and Friends to present ‘Standing Ovation’ at PSC on June 23
One of Pensacola State’s own ─ Xiaolun Chen – is being honored this month by the Choral Society of Pensacola. Since arriving in the Sunshine State in 1998, Chen has interwoven himself into the community. This year marks his 20th year as the Choral Society’s artistic director. Continue Reading PSC’s Xiaolun Chen to be honored by Choral Society of Pensacola