We are thrilled to celebrate the establishment of the Jo and Bill Jones Endowed Scholarship! Pensacola State College Alumnus, William M. Jones, generously chose to create this award for nursing and health science students as part of the Your Community, Your Legacy Campaign.
Mark Hopkins has been with Pensacola State College for 21 years and counting. Before joining the college, Mark served in the U.S. Navy for 20 years and loved every day of it. Not only has he made an impact as the Graphic Design Program Coordinator in the Visual Arts Department at PSC, but he also…
On October 2nd, Pensacola State College is set to host its largest clay shoot fundraiser since it held its first event in 2009. Just shy of 2 months away, 150 shooters representing 38 teams have already signed on to compete. Held at the Santa Rosa Shooting Center in Pace, the tournament begins at 7:30am. Sporting…
Scholarship created for Patrice Whitten, who helped cultivate hundreds of scholarships, raise millions for PSC
Patrice Whitten has always been a leader at Pensacola State College, even before it was Pensacola State College. As a student at then-Pensacola Junior College in the 1970s, Patrice Whitten – then Patrice Shiver – was president of the Student Government Association, recipient of the Faculty Leadership Award and a member of the Delta Chi Omega sorority.
She remained a leader at PSC for decades, and now Pensacola State College even has a scholarship in her name.
The Pensacola State College Foundation is thrilled to continue its tradition of supporting military students by celebrating the establishment of the PMOAA Scholarship! The Pensacola Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America (PMOAA) selflessly chose to create this award as part of the Your Community, Your Legacy Campaign. PMOAA is a nonprofit organization comprised…
In June, the Rotary Club of Pensacola presented Jan Miller with the annual Sandra Robinson Award for outstanding service & support of educational, healthcare & cultural organizations. Please join us in congratulating Campaign Cabinet Member Jan Miller – a champion for the Pensacola State College Foundation and a philanthropist serving the broader Pensacola community.
Join us as we congratulate Campaign Cabinet Member, Hal George was presented with the Rotarian of the Year award for his endless commitment to Rotary and the Pensacola community. His strength, passion, and love of service was recognized by Gulf Breeze Rotarians. He has served his Rotary Club as President (2006-2007) and Programs Chair (since 2017).
Since she began her career at PSC in 2014, Dr. Rameca Leary has illustrated her unwavering commitment to Pensacola State College and its students. During the height of COVID-19, the annual AMMES Wiggins Banquet, which raises funds for the African American Memorial Endowment and Dr. Garrett T. Wiggins Live Your Dream Scholarships, was canceled. In its place, Dr. Leary spearheaded a 100 for 100 Campaign which raised a total of $15,665 toward the two scholarship funds.
Sophie Knott Finance & Business Manager Phone: 850-484-1233 Email: email@example.com Sophie Grady Knott joins the Pensacola State College Foundation from a career in accounting and finance with expertise in process improvement, internal controls standards and financial statement presentation. Her prior roles include leading accounting and treasury functions for banking, logistics, healthcare, retail, and philanthropic organizations…
Pensacola State College Garde Manger event is celebration of College’s friends and donors and a showcase for Culinary program
Pensacola State College’s annual Garde Manger Celebration brought more than 150 of the College’s donors and supporters to the Pensacola campus on Wednesday, July 22 for an event featuring food and friendship.
Hosted by PSC President Ed Meadows and the Pensacola State College Foundation, the event is a thank you to donors whose financial gifts help fund student scholarships, programs, facilities and more.
While guests dined on scrumptious small dishes prepared by PSC Culinary program students, Meadows noted that so many students depend on scholarships to help finance their education.
“I just wanted to extend a big thank you to all of you,’’ Meadows said. “One of the reasons we have some of the talented students that we do is because of all of you and your generosity.”