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…Details
Dr. William Brantley began teaching classes at Pensacola State College (then it was Pensacola Junior College) in the Physical Sciences Department in the mid 1960’s. After his retirement, Dr. Brantley continued teaching as an adjunct professor; he especially enjoyed working with students who served in our armed forces. Even though he has retired from classroom…Details
In 2000, Pensacola State College’s Black History Committee established the African American Memorial Endowment Scholarship in memory of PSC’s deceased African American employees. The scholarship is awarded each February at the African American Memorial Endowment Scholarship and the Dr. Garrett T. Wiggins “Live Your Dream” Scholarship Banquet. Scholarships are presented to outstanding minority students. This…Details
The Aubrey Mullings Endowed Scholarship was created by Mary Mullings in memory of her husband whose passion for photography led them all over the world taking thousands of photos. Aubrey’s love of photography and his belief that education betters lives made an endowed scholarship for Pensacola State photography students the perfect way to honor…Details
“The scholarship has helped me now in 3 different semesters and I don’t know where I would be without it.” Listen to a PSC Universal Scholarship recipient, Emily Boswell, talk about her experience at PSC.