Faculty and Staff Giving

As a dedicated PSC team member, you strengthen Pensacola State College every day. Each morning when you come to work, you make a difference in the lives of our students! Employees see firsthand how Pensacola State College shapes futures and impacts our community. When faculty and staff give, it shows that those closest to the work stand behind the mission. Consider supporting PSC in a way that is meaningful to you!

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Sheila and Vaughn Nichols
PSC Executive Director of Marketing and Information

“Giving back and making a difference in our community is something Vaughn and I have done for years. As an activity sponsor for STEM students and a Take Stock in Children mentor through his employment with Gulf Power, Vaughn believes that you encourage and mold individuals while they’re young. I’ve worked for companies that recognized the benefits of an educated workforce and I’ve always made contributions to educational endeavors. We feel compelled to support individuals who want an education but don’t have the means to achieve their dreams. We choose to give to PSC because our contributions make a difference in the lives of students. Our goal is to leave our legacy through our continued support of PSC.”

Rob Gregg
PSC Director of TRIO Veterans Upward Bound

“Education is a great equalizer. As a first-generation low-income male, I was an introvert. I was fortunate to have people in my community to guide me. Receiving help from others was a foundation to do my best in whatever I attempted. I had many people in my life instill the importance of education. Once I enlisted in the Navy, I was fortunate to receive education benefits that allowed me to continue education with few boundaries. As a donor, I feel that I can remove or lessen financial barriers for those like me who don’t have the resources to achieve. Donations are one of the vehicles I use to aid those who I think need that help.”