Aminat Jubril is from Lagos, Nigeria. She came to PSC to play basketball and is the recipient of an athletic scholarship. Her major is sports medicine/physical therapy. “I’ve always loved medicine. I love sports. I wanted to do something that I could put those two together.” Being an athlete and a science major is difficult.…
Pensacola State College received $30,000 in scholarship and program funds from Monsanto-Solutia Retirees Inc. on Wednesday, July 24.
The donation was presented to Pensacola State President Ed Meadows during an 11 a.m. press conference in the College’s Board of Trustees meeting room in Building 7, on the Pensacola campus.
Willesley Butler is from Jamaica and is the recipient of a basketball scholarship. He is the first in his family to go to college and is studying sports management, though time management is his biggest struggle.
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.
“The Central Europe Service Learning Trip had a total of 19 travelers ─ 11 Robinson Scholars along with four faculty members, one other PSC student and three community members,” said Amber Carey, the Robinson Honors Program director. “The 11 Robinson Honors Scholars were able to benefit from this cultural immersion program through travel scholarships due to the gracious sponsorship by the Robinson family.”
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. “The renovations…
Construction on the first phase (East Wing) of the facility began in January – following the abatement and demolition of the existing Mary Ellison Baars Building. The East Wing will be home to the College’s cybersecurity and mathematics programs.
Pensacola State was honored for the Bellwether Virtual Tutoring Program which has served more than a 1,000 students per year. The program provides services to students who might not have access to traditional tutoring methods by offering access to individualized services from any location or device with an internet connection.
Published: 06-11-2019 Pensacola State’s Culinary Arts program received a more than $30,000 boost from the McGuire Martin family, husband of Molly “McGuire” Martin; Jim Reeves, longtime friend of Molly McGuire and real estate attorney; the Irish Politicians Club (IPC), and friends of Molly McGuire. Martin and Reeves made the donation to the Molly McGuire Culinary…
Baptist Health Care Foundation has provided $15,000 in scholarship funds for Pensacola State College students who are enrolled in the emergency medical technician program.
The presentation was made by Jennifer Grove, vice president of external relations at Baptist; Drew Stringfellow, director of primary, urgent and emergency care; and KC Gartman, executive director of Baptist Health Care Foundation, during a May 20 ceremony at the College’s Warrington campus.
Donations to the Fund for Excellence at PSC support everything we do at the college. From scholarships to program enhancements to everything in between, the Fund for Excellence is our “greatest need” fund. It is there to help attract matching funds for grants and it is there to provide additional scholarship funding when…