Published: 12-12-2017 Twenty-seven Pensacola State College students recently were named Robinson Honors Program Scholars. The program was named to honor the late Grover and Sandra Robinson III who dedicated many years of service to Pensacola State. The Robinsons’ son, Grover Robinson IV, and his wife, Jill, established an endowment with the Pensacola State College Foundation…
More than 750 Pensacola State students have become Sansing Scholars since the Universal Scholarships program began in 2003, said Pensacola State President Ed Meadows.
“I can’t thank Sandy enough for all he does for Pensacola State and our students,” Meadows said. “Not only does he offer financial support to our students but he also provides life advice to them.”
Tamara W. knows that good things can come out of difficult circumstances. She says that if it weren’t for her medical diagnosis as a young girl, she might not have chosen nursing as her field of study. “I was diagnosed with hypothyroidism when I was young. I was in and out of so many different…
Published: 05-24-2017 The T.T. Wentworth Jr. Historical Foundation, Inc. has completed its final phase by placing a parting gift of more than $100,000 with Pensacola State College to establish a perpetual resource for distinguished teachers and scholars. The Mr. and Mrs. T.T. Wentworth Jr. Endowed Chair in American History honors both Rosabel and Theodore Thomas…
Pensacola State College’s Visual Arts Department awarded ribbons, plaques and $23,590 in scholarships and prizes to students at the 51st Annual Art Student Honors Ceremony recently.
For the first time, the event also included Judges Choice Awards based on judging from outside the Visual Arts Department. Dreyden Wells, an artist and ceramics instructor at the University of West Florida, selected winning works in the 51st Annual Art Student Honors Exhibition.
Four Pensacola State College students have received $1,000 scholarships from the Cantonment Rotary Club.
Pensacola State College students in the General Education Development program will have more scholarship opportunities, thanks to a $1,000 gift honoring James “Jim” Glantz who taught GED classes from 2002 to 2011.
Deborah Glantz made the donation in memory of her late husband who was committed to his students and taught until a cancer diagnosis forced him to leave the classroom.
Pensacola State’s Culinary Arts program received a $10,000 boost Wednesday from the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, Sheriff David Morgan.
Morgan made the donation to the Molly McGuire Culinary Arts Endowed Scholarship fund. Molly “McGuire” Martin, the matriarch of McGuire’s Irish Pub in Pensacola, died in August 2014.
Melissa Dandridge, Public Relations Specialist, Pen Air Federal Credit Union
Pensacola, FLA. (November 30, 2016) – On Wednesday, November 30 at 9:30 a.m. Pen Air Federal Credit Union announced the gift of $100,000 to the Pensacola State College (PSC) Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Fund. The gift of $100,000 parallels with the celebration of the college now having more than 100,000 PSC graduates as of this December’s commencement ceremony.
Pensacola State College received a $201,200 scholarship from the Robert H. Kahn Jr. Family Foundation on Tuesday.
The gift, made in honor of the late Bobby Kahn Jr., was presented to Pensacola State President Ed Meadows during a 10:30 a.m. ceremony in the college’s District Board of Trustees board room in Building 7.