Endowment fund principal is now more than $300,000 By Troy Moon, Pensacola State College Pensacola State students served up a wee bit of Irish food and flavor at a reception last week for family, friends and supporters of the College’s Culinary Arts Program. But the main course was two donations that will grow the Molly McGuire…
By Troy Moon, Pensacola State College Pensacola State College student Regina Young got a little choked up after well-known businessman Sandy Sansing finished speaking to her and other students on Aug. 27. Young is studying social work, and is a “Sansing Scholar.’’ She is attending the College with the financial help of a Sansing Universal…
Pensacola State College received $5,000 in scholarship funds from Veterans National Homecare for first-generation in college students on Aug. 19.
Denis McKinnon Sr., Denis McKinnon Jr., and Wade Wilson – on behalf of Veterans National Homecare – presented the First Generation Matching Scholarship donation to Pensacola State President Ed Meadows at the PSC Foundation office.
“Dona and Milton Usry have been longtime friends and supporters of Pensacola State College,” said Pensacola State President Ed Meadows. “The PSC family thanks you for your generosity in endowing this scholarship that will help our students achieve their goals and dreams.”
The Dona and Milton Usry Endowed Accounting Scholarship is available to full- or part-time Pensacola State students majoring in the field of accounting with a 2.5 or higher grade point average. Recipients must be a U.S. citizen or resident alien. Scholarship funds can be used for tuition, fees, books, and other supplies. Preference will be given to students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in accounting or a related field.
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.
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.
The holiday gifts arrived a little early for two Pensacola State culinary arts students who each received $500 scholarships from the Cantonment Rotary Club.
Bob Thomas of the Cantonment Rotary Club awarded Phi Hoang Pham and Tiara Ruggs with the scholarships during a luncheon held Wednesday, Nov. 14, in the Molly McGuire Culinary Dining Room on the Pensacola campus.
Published: 08-30-2018 Pensacola State College received funds from Florida Blue, the Helios Education Foundation, Bank of America, local supporters Pensacola State College received nearly $40,000 on Wednesday to help students pay for the cost of higher education. A majority of the scholarship dollars ─ $27,220 ─ were donated by Florida Blue, the Helios Education First…
Florida College System Chancellor Madeline Pumariega and Florida College System President Judy Green will present a check for over $27,000 to Pensacola State College President Ed Meadows to be used for student scholarships at Pensacola State College. The $27,000 has been matched by private donors to total over $54,000 that will be awarded in scholarships to students attending Pensacola State College.