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PCC’s Welcome Center greets you as you drive onto campus. Modern, multistory residence halls are comfortably furnished, carpeted, and air-conditioned. Every room has a private or adjoining bath, voicemail, and wireless Internet access. Beautiful flowers, palm trees, and lots of Florida sunshine give a warm welcome to your new home away from home.
Everyone belongs, and the right collegian is waiting just for you! Great college memories are made at your collegian’s intramural competitions, outings, and many activities and service opportunities.
This popular spot houses the post office, Campus Store, and Palms Grille. It’s also the perfect place to gather with friends in the Common Grounds Café to enjoy a cup of gourmet coffee.
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Most classes meet only two or three days a week. And, since you won’t have classes every hour of the day, there’ll be plenty of time to grab a snack, do laundry, or get that studying done!
Our well-qualified teachers make courses interesting and challenging. Their concern is shown in their willingness to go out of their way to help you.
You will be part of our local church on campus. Outstanding Bible preaching with a strong evangelistic emphasis makes church services a joy to attend. Children’s churches, Sunday school, church nursery, ushering, special music, and deaf ministry provide opportunities for service.
Four days a week you will hear preaching from outstanding Christian leaders in America. Students look forward to chapel services for spiritual strength and blessing.
For recreation and dating, the Sports Center is a great place to go. Experience the thrill of extreme sports as you climb the 40 and 60 ft. climbing walls with rappelling ledges or scale the 12 ft. climbing boulder. Try the indoor water park with 3 water slides and 2 surfing waves. Go inline or ice skating. Check out the miniature golf course, racquetball courts, and running track, or stop by The Hub or The Hut for a snack.
Intercollegiate and Intramural
On the intercollegiate level, the Eagles compete in men’s basketball and soccer, and the Lady Eagles compete in volleyball and basketball. You may also get involved in your collegian’s intramural sports—soccer, basketball, softball, tennis, volleyball, and more!
Sports events, collegian outings, meals, church services, and Fine Arts productions are just a few of many campus events that you and your friends can enjoy together.
Two dining facilities provide healthy choices including continental and cooked breakfast foods, healthy entrée lines, international foods, pizza, deli, chicken tenders, baked potatoes, soup, salad bar, fresh fruit, and steamed vegetables.
All facilities are within walking distance, but you may bring your car to go off campus with friends.
Pensacola has shopping malls, historic sites, and beautiful beaches to enjoy.
Fall semester opens the first week of September and ends mid-December for a five-week winter break. Spring semester begins in late January and ends the second week in May.
Pensacola—City of Five Flags
PCC is located on the north side of Pensacola, which is one of America’s oldest cities and home to the naval aviation training program and precision flying team the Blue Angels. (See the location of the college.) Pensacola is known for its snow-white beaches and the sparkling blue-green 80° summer waters of the Gulf of Mexico.
Located in Northwest Florida, Pensacola is in the central time zone almost directly south of Chicago. Winter does get cold, but rarely cold enough to snow. Fall and spring offer warm days and cool nights. Summer is typically “Florida”—sunny, hot, and perfect for the beach!