Pensacola State College has announced changes in fees for some programs, and the costs for new nursing courses and the truck driving program.
Most of the fees will become effective in August ─ at the start of the Fall 2019 semester.
Students will pay more for the dental hygiene, radiography and sonography programs’ Assessment Technologies Institute Test of Essential Academic Skills (ATI TEAS), and the National Healthcare Association certification tests for the EKG and Phlebotomy programs.
The ATI TEAS, formerly the TEAS V for Allied Health, will increase from $60 to $70. The certification testing fee for the EKG and Phlebotomy programs increased from $115 to $117 – effective Jan. 1.
Fees for three new registered nursing courses and the tractor-trailer truck driver program have been announced.
The course fee for Nursing Math and Pharmacology (NUR1143C) will be $115. The course fee for Adult Health Nursing II (NUR2214C) was set at $160. The course fee for Transitional Practice/Preceptorship (NUR2810C) was set at $350.
The College’s Tractor Trailer Truck Driver (TRA0080C) course will be $4,079 for a vocational certificate in the commercial vehicle driving program.