Collegians are social and service organizations for all students, which
can provide some of the most enjoyable experiences of college life at PCC.
There are currently forty-eight collegians, each deriving its name from Greek
letters, and each collegian with its own mascot.
Collegians, Panhellenic groups on campus, give students an opportunity to get involved and push themselves to grow alongside other members. Each student can choose from nearly 50 collegians, each represented by Greek letters and a mascot. Through their collegian experience, students grow in four main areas:
Unity—Working together to accomplish more.
Academics—Developing excellence through critical thinking.
Leadership—Taking ownership by heading up projects and events.
Service—Reaching out around campus and in the community.
Exciting Sports Activities
Collegians provide the framework for intramural competition in soccer, tennis, volleyball, softball, basketball, table tennis, track and field, bowling, swimming, racquetball, wallyball, broom ice hockey, water polo, sailing, kayaking, golf, and men’s flag football. Any member can volunteer for his collegian’s teams. Friendly competition leads to a championship in each sport. Winning a sports championship earns points toward an overall collegian sports championship at the end of the year.
Spirited collegian meetings are held several times during the semester
featuring songs and skits, important collegian news, a devotional,
and more. Collegians also help develop student leadership abilities
as officers and members are responsible for planning meetings,
outings, and other activities.
Christian service opportunities for on- and off-campus activities
are a part of collegians. Many collegians sponsor a Christian Service
activity with groups going to nursing homes, Bible clubs, or witnessing
door-to-door in the Pensacola area.
Each year collegians plan members-only outings. Popular activities
include go-carting, paintball, laser tag, waterpark activities,
indoor rock climbing, Gulf of Mexico cruises, or other activities
chosen by the collegian. Of course, plenty of good food is always
a part of the outing! Late night exclusive-use outings are very
popular as they provide special opportunities to fully enjoy favorite
Noise, color, fun, food, and spirited excitement
are all rolled into one great scene at PCC’s
Forty-eight collegians (each with its own name,
Greek letters, colors, and mascot) host Greek Rush
the second Friday of each school year to display their
Collegian spirit and attract new members.
choose a unique theme and prepare weeks in advance competing
for the most imaginative, colorful exhibit booths and parade
entries. Themes range from Hawaiian to safari
to the old west, and cheering collegian members
ride down Main Drive on classic cars, horses, fire
trucks, motorcycles, and decorated floats. The
parade is complete with music and showers of
candy thrown to cheering crowds.
New students are always greeted with the special
welcome we call Greek Rush.