- When should I apply to PCC?
Apply today! It is ideal if you apply during your junior year or by January of your senior year, although we accept applications until the semester begins. PCC accepts qualified candidates as they apply until all available spaces are filled. To expedite the process, apply online!
- What are the academic requirements for acceptance at PCC?
Academic requirements include a high school diploma or GED, and ACT/SAT scores if you are under age 20. We also need three recommendation forms. See Admissions Requirements or Academic Information for more information.
- My scores on my ACT/SAT were not as high as I’d
hoped. What should I do?
Go ahead and apply now.
- Am I required to have medical insurance?
Medical insurance may be helpful but is not required for admission. The Graf Clinic, which is staffed by medical professionals, is available to on-campus students. The purpose of this clinic is to provide residence hall students with health care during regular clinic hours for minor illnesses and injuries. After-hours health needs and serious illnesses or injuries are referred to off-campus medical facilities associated with one of three area hospitals.
- How can I obtain medical insurance?
Students are responsible for their own health insurance through their parents’ health insurance policy or through their own individual purchase of health insurance.
How will I know what to do when I get to PCC?
Your enrollment advisor is available to answer any questions you might have. You can also look in the Pensacola Christian College Pathway to College Success: Student Resource Guide. The Pathway is a great resource to help you adjust to life at PCC and will tell you about checking in, registering for classes, choosing a collegian, and getting settled on campus. Read the Pathway to learn more about life at PCC.
When you arrive, you will find plenty of people who are here to help you find your way around campus and get started as a PCC student.