Are your kids already bored stiff this summer? Pensacola State College has something other than an app for that. Kids’ College 2018 started May 29 and will continue through Aug. 10 on the Pensacola campus. Offering courses in everything from swimming and art to video game designing, Kids’ College is the perfect way for your kids to have a fun but productive summer break. Continue Reading Pensacola State College kicks off Kids’ College 2018
“Once you meet the standards, there’s no going back,” says Sarah Meyer-Paterson of Pensacola State’s Vet Tech Accreditation. “If you’re running a good program, you’re constantly looking for ways to improve.” Continue Reading Pensacola State College Vet Tech program earns full accreditation
Pensacola State College will screen the sports documentary, “Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story,” on Friday, May 25. Continue Reading PSC to screen ‘Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story’ on Friday
Pensacola State College will host SQLSaturday #743, free training sessions for Microsoft platforms, on June 2. Continue Reading Pensacola State College to host SQLSaturday #743 on June 2
Pensacola State College will be well-represented at the 2018 American Advertising Awards this year. Two students – Kelly Bestgen and Alicia Kanuck ─ won gold awards at the district competition and qualified to compete at the national competition on June 8 in Chicago. The two were among the many Pensacola State students to win at district and regional competitions this year. Continue Reading PSC students take home gold, silver ADDY awards at district competition
Hard work has paid off for 14 Pensacola State students who were inducted into Sigma Beta Delta international honor society during the spring semester. The society recognizes scholarship and achievement of business, management and administration students. Continue Reading 14 PSC students inducted into Sigma Beta Delta honor society
A Pensacola State student’s talent and passion for photography has earned her an opportunity to learn from the industry’s best instructors. Kylie Crowell was one of only 25 students in the U.S. to receive a scholarship to attend Photoshop World 2018: A KelbyOne Conference set for May 31-June 2 in Orlando. Continue Reading Pensacola State student receives KelbyOne scholarship
It’s a familiar story: a child is born to a teenaged mother; the father is absent. The child lives in public housing and grows up surrounded by poverty, neglect, drug abuse and violence. That’s how Donte Sheppard’s story starts. But where it goes from here, he says, is up to him. Continue Reading PSC recruiter uses personal struggles to inspire, motivate students
Quitting was never an option for Donna Jernigan. After overcoming a variety of obstacles, her goals are in sight. Continue Reading Undeterred by illness, single mom closes in on bachelor’s degree
The bravery and sacrifices of America’s veterans and armed forces service members will be honored during the 3rd annual Pensacola Memorial Day Concert set for Monday, March 28. Continue Reading 2018 Memorial Day Concert to honor fallen heroes in uniform
Summer hours have started at Pensacola State College and while many offices operate on a 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Thursday schedule until Aug. 3, others will be open on Fridays. Continue Reading Pensacola State College announces summer hours
The Pensacola State College Performing Arts Department will present “The Game’s Afoot” May 17-20 in the Ashmore Auditorium, Building 8, on the Pensacola campus. Continue Reading PSC to stage Sherlock Holmes comedy spoof, ‘The Game’s Afoot,’ May 17-20
Pensacola State College and Pensacola Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore have partnered once again to present “Artistically Repurposed” art exhibition and auction. Continue Reading Pensacola State, Habitat for Humanity to present ‘Artistically Repurposed’
Pensacola State College will be well-represented at the SkillsUSA national conference this summer. Fifteen Pensacola State SkillsUSA student-members qualified for the national competition ─ after winning gold at the 2018 Florida SkillsUSA State Leadership and Skills Conference. Also, Pensacola State was selected a 2018 Gold Medal Chapter of Distinction, and culinary arts instructor Jimmie Langham was named the 2018 Florida SkillsUSA Advisor of the Year. Continue Reading 15 PSC students headed for national SkillsUSA conference
May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month and Pensacola State College will hold a Japanese Tea Ceremony on Thursday, May 10, to celebrate the observance. Continue Reading PSC to celebrate Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month
The Pensacola State volleyball team has a new head coach. Jennie Belarmino has joined the college family. Formerly, the head volleyball coach at Lake Sumter State College, Belarmino has a wealth of experience including playing the sport at Ball State University and the University of Illinois. Continue Reading Pensacola State College welcomes new volleyball coach
Two Pensacola State College students have advanced to the 2018 HOSA National Leadership Conference after winning at the state conference held in Kissimmee. Katherine Gaskill and Christine Zaccardi placed first and second, respectively, in the veterinary science competition. Ashlee Johnson won fifth-place in the medical math competition. Continue Reading Pensacola State students shine at Florida HOSA conference
Five Pensacola State College scholars were honored for academic excellence by the Florida College System. Alexandria Bly, Bradley Bunch, Kayla Pope, Miranda Taylor and Victoria Taylor were selected for the 2018 FCS All-Florida Academic Team. Continue Reading 5 students named to 2018 FCS All-Florida Academic Team
Six Pensacola State College students each received $1,000 grants from the Florida Theatrical Association. Kathan Brannon, Sarah Lane, Veronica Lindholm, Demetrius McNutt, John Chance Ruschel and Jessica Wright were selected based on their leadership, accomplishments and performance abilities. Continue Reading 6 students receive $1,000 grants from Florida Theatrical Association
More than 1,100 students will fulfill lifelong dreams as Pensacola State College, Collegiate High School and the Adult Education Program hold commencement exercises and pinning ceremonies this week. Continue Reading Pensacola State prepares for Spring Graduations and Nurses Pinning
More than 1,500 student-craftsmen will descend on the area April 30 and May 1 when Pensacola State College hosts the 2018 SkillsUSA Florida State Leadership and Skills Conference. Continue Reading PSC to host statewide SkillsUSA conference April 30, May 1
Governor Rick Scott signed HB 75/Military Assistance Bill on April 6, which authorizes Pensacola State College to waive fees for active duty military students using tuition assistance. The bill unanimously passed the Senate and House on March 13.
Beginning July 1, Florida College System (FCS) institutions, which includes Pensacola State College, will be able to use the U. S. Department of Defense Military Tuition Assistance (MTA) program to waive any portion of fees for student activities and services, financial aid, technology, and capital improvements.
Continue Reading Pensacola State College To Waive Fees for Active Duty Military using Tuition Assistance
Six Pensacola State College students each received $1,000 grants from the Florida Theatrical Association. Kathan Brannon, Sarah Lane, Veronica Lindholm, Demetrius McNutt, John Chance Ruschel and Jessica Wright were selected leadership, accomplishments and performance abilities. Continue Reading 6 students receive $1,000 grants from Florida Theatrical Association
Five Pensacola State College scholars were honored for academic excellence by the Florida College System. Alexandria Bly, Bradley Bunch, Kayla Pope, Miranda Taylor and Victoria Taylor were selected for the 2018 FCS All-Florida Academic Team. Continue Reading 5 PSC students named to FCS 2018 All-Florida Academic Team
Graffiti Bridge’s ever-changing appearance has provided an opportunity for personal growth for a former Pensacola State College instructor and several friends. During a recent Book Talk, Rachael Pongetti shared how her book “Uncovering the Layers: The Pensacola Graffiti Bridge Project,” became an artistic collaboration. Continue Reading Book Talk: ‘Uncovering the Layers’ featured at the Chadbourne Library
Just because something is good doesn’t mean it is always right. That is one of the life lessons Pensacola State Professor John Holder wants his students to learn in his ethics class. Holder, a proponent of service learning, believes it is our mission to leave the world a better place than we found it. Continue Reading Philosophy professor encourages students to ‘…Come and stay in our world’
Do you need to brush up on your customer service skills? Pensacola State College’s Center for Corporate and Professional Development Training is partnering with the Studer Community Institute to host a seminar on what it takes to attract and keep happy customers. Continue Reading PSC, Studer Community Institute to host customer service seminar on April 26
Pensacola State’s “Go here. Get there.” motto is more than just four words to Natasha Suggs. For most of her collegiate career at Pensacola State, Suggs, a nursing student ─ set to graduate on May 6 ─ rode ECAT buses from Century to classes on the Warrington and Pensacola campuses. Even though, she has logged a lot of miles, Suggs is thankful to Pensacola State for allowing her to pursue her dreams. Continue Reading Century student has the drive, rides bus to PSC classes
The 13th Annual Big Break Golf Classic is quickly approaching. Proceeds from the event will support student scholarships and programs at Pensacola State. Participants and volunteers are needed – so if golf is your game or you just want to help out, contact the Pensacola State College Foundation. Continue Reading 13th annual Big Break Golf Classic set for May 4 at Marcus Pointe
Illegal immigration, racism and homophobia are among the political and social issues to be addressed during this year’s Hispanic Film Festival at Pensacola State College.
Five Spanish-language films – “Carga Sellada,” “¿Quién es Dayani Cristal?,” “El Pelo Mado,” “El Aula Vacia” and “Neruda” – will be shown throughout April during the annual festival co-sponsored by Pensacola State and Pragda.
The free festival is open to the public and the movies have English subtitles. All shows begin at 6 p.m. in Hagler Auditorium, Building 2, on the Pensacola campus.
The dates and movies are: Continue Reading Pensacola State, Pragda hosting 2018 Hispanic Film Festival