Academic Center

In the Academic Center, located in the rear of the Administration Building, you will find faculty offices, classrooms, and a 264-seat lecture hall called the Lyceum. Science, family and consumer sciences, and general computer labs are also available for student use throughout the six-story building. In addition, the Multimedia Auditorium provides daily viewings of promotional presentations.

Library

The Rebekah Horton Library provides open stacks, study carrels, an audiovisual lab, study rooms, conference rooms, wireless Internet access, and spacious study areas. Present library collections include more than 320,000 volumes, plus more than 500 current periodicals and materials from online databases. The library also exhibits historical and educational materials in an old-fashioned classroom setting, available for tours. The Bible Manuscript Collection contains rare Bibles and other materials that give evidence of the Bible’s preservation.

MacKenzie Building

The MacKenzie Building is a multipurpose educational facility where English, speech, and history classes are held. It also contains specialized laboratories for nursing, chemistry, and engineering courses. The first floor features a large lecture hall that can be divided into four separate lecture halls. Crowning the top floor of the structure is a 100-seat planetarium available to guests.

Visual and Performing Arts Building

The Visual and Performing Arts building, adjoining the Dale Horton Auditorium, provides facilities for teaching, practicing, and performing for music, speech, and art courses. Special features include a 140-seat Recital Hall, Experimental Theater, electronic piano lab, and art gallery. Three exhibit areas display student and faculty work.

Dale Horton Auditorium

The Dale Horton Auditorium is one of the largest performing arts auditoriums in the Southeast. With a capacity of 3,500, the seating in the auditorium was originally designed for the Lincoln Center in Washington, D.C. A 250,000-pound California clay mural on the circular lobby wall depicts biblical events from Creation to the Second Coming of Christ. The auditorium is named in honor of Jesse Dale Horton, father of PCC’s founder.

Crowne Centre

The Crowne Centre—a 5,762-seat multipurpose auditorium—is used for college chapel, Campus Church services, and other occasions. A magnification screen above the pulpit allows those seated in back or in the balcony to better see the speakers and events on the platform. The building also houses spacious orchestra and choir rehearsal areas, two 200-seat wedding chapels with hospitality rooms, and one stand-alone hospitality room.

Lyceum

Four Winds

Four Winds and Varsity provide food-court-style dining with more than 2,300 total seats. Students give high marks to PCC’s food service for its quality, variety, and quantity. You’ll find complete menus including continental and cooked breakfast foods, entrée lines, international foods, pizza, deli, soup and salad bar, and fresh fruit. Breads and cookies are prepared daily in the campus bakery. Private dining rooms are also available for banquets and other special functions.

See a sample daily menu served in Four Winds and Varsity.

Palms Grille

The Palms Grille is an onsite restaurant featuring a unique Tuscan atmosphere, casual dining menu, and free room delivery to residence halls.

Varsity

Four Winds and Varsity provide food-court-style dining with more than 2,300 total seats. Students give high marks to PCC’s food service for its quality, variety, and quantity. You’ll find complete menus including continental and cooked breakfast foods, entrée lines, international foods, pizza, deli, soup and salad bar, and fresh fruit. Breads and cookies are prepared daily in the campus bakery. Private dining rooms are also available for banquets and other special functions.

See a sample daily menu served in Four Winds and Varsity.

Commons

The Commons provides the ideal setting for students to relax and fellowship. The building is home to the campus Post Office, Campus Store, and The Palms Grille, which features a unique friendly garden atmosphere and a casual dining menu. After extensive renovations in 2013—14, the Commons now features a specialty coffee bar, the Common Grounds Café, which offers gourmet coffees and pastries in a café-like setting upstairs. A new central entry and a central staircase were added to the existing structure, as well as a convenient rear entry. Sleek furniture, a warm fireplace, and various seating configurations create a modern and inviting environment.

Field House

The Field House serves the physical education department and student recreational purposes. In professionally equipped weightlifting rooms, exercise and weightlifting equipment and treadmills provide opportunity for students and staff to keep physically fit. Regulation-sized basketball and volleyball courts provide space for recreational competition in addition to organized collegian sports.

Graf Clinic

Graf Clinic exterior

The Graf Clinic, located between Coberly and Bradley Tower, serves the health needs of PCC students. It is designed as a walk-in clinic where students can see a medical doctor without having to make off-campus appointments. A nurse practitioner and registered nurses also staff the clinic, operated by Baptist Health Care of Pensacola.

Sports Center

The Sports Center is a two-story athletic and sports facility. With over 3,100 seats, the arena on the upper level hosts spectators for Eagles and Lady Eagles basketball games and Lady Eagles volleyball games. The upper level also includes a weight room and an in-line skating track. Located on the lower level are the rock climbing walls, ice-skating rink, bowling alley, racquetball courts, miniature golf course, and indoor water park with double FlowRider. The Hub and the Hut snack counters offer refreshments and a relaxed atmosphere for gathering with friends.

Swim Center

The Swim Center provides room for a variety of water sports with six regulation-sized swim lanes and a three-board diving area. Collegiate teams compete here in fast-paced water polo. In addition, main campus is less than 30 minutes from the 265 acres of waterfront property known as West Campus on Perdido Bay.

Ballard

Residence halls for men are Ballard and Coberly Halls and Young Tower. Residence halls for women are Griffith, Dixon, and Bradley Towers.

Each residence hall is a “home away from home” that provides spiritual fellowship and Christian friendship. PCC residence hall rooms have carpet, air-conditioning, wireless Internet access, telephone lines with voicemail for each student, and private (or adjoining) bathrooms. Each building is equipped with large laundry rooms with several washers and dryers, vending machines, and ice machines.

Bradley Tower

Residence halls for men are Ballard and Coberly Halls and Young Tower. Residence halls for women are Griffith, Dixon, and Bradley Towers.

Each residence hall is a “home away from home” that provides spiritual fellowship and Christian friendship. PCC residence hall rooms have carpet, air-conditioning, wireless Internet access, telephone lines with voicemail for each student, and private (or adjoining) bathrooms. Each building is equipped with large laundry rooms with several washers and dryers, vending machines, and ice machines.

Campus House

Campus House Entrance

The Campus House, open 365 days a year, is adjacent to campus, providing 28 guest rooms and a variety of amenities and services for friends of the ministry. The two upper floors offer apartment living for male graduate students.

For more information, visit the Campus House online.

Coberly

Residence halls for men are Ballard and Coberly Halls and Young Tower. Residence halls for women are Griffith, Dixon, and Bradley Towers.

Each residence hall is a “home away from home” that provides spiritual fellowship and Christian friendship. PCC residence hall rooms have carpet, air-conditioning, wireless Internet access, telephone lines with voicemail for each student, and private (or adjoining) bathrooms. Each building is equipped with large laundry rooms with several washers and dryers, vending machines, and ice machines.

Dixon Tower

Residence halls for men are Ballard and Coberly Halls and Young Tower. Residence halls for women are Griffith, Dixon, and Bradley Towers.

Each residence hall is a “home away from home” that provides spiritual fellowship and Christian friendship. PCC residence hall rooms have carpet, air-conditioning, wireless Internet access, telephone lines with voicemail for each student, and private (or adjoining) bathrooms. Each building is equipped with large laundry rooms with several washers and dryers, vending machines, and ice machines.

Griffith Tower

Residence halls for men are Ballard and Coberly Halls and Young Tower. Residence halls for women are Griffith, Dixon, and Bradley Towers.

Each residence hall is a “home away from home” that provides spiritual fellowship and Christian friendship. PCC residence hall rooms have carpet, air-conditioning, wireless Internet access, telephone lines with voicemail for each student, and private (or adjoining) bathrooms. Each building is equipped with large laundry rooms with several washers and dryers, vending machines, and ice machines.

Young Tower

Residence halls for men are Ballard and Coberly Halls and Young Tower. Residence halls for women are Griffith, Dixon, and Bradley Towers.

Each residence hall is a “home away from home” that provides spiritual fellowship and Christian friendship. PCC residence hall rooms have carpet, air-conditioning, wireless Internet access, telephone lines with voicemail for each student, and private (or adjoining) bathrooms. Each building is equipped with large laundry rooms with several washers and dryers, vending machines, and ice machines.

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Administration Building

The Administration Building houses the Business Office, Cashier’s Office, Registrar, and other executive offices on its four floors. On the first floor is the Information Desk, a welcome center where campus guests can learn more about PCC and arrange to take tours or view a multimedia presentation.

Campanile

Located in the center of campus, the Campanile is a 6-story tower roofed in copper. It houses the carillon, a set of 43 cup-shaped bronze bells controlled by a keyboard in the music suite of the Visual and Performing Arts building. The lovely tones of the Westminster Chimes ring every quarter hour, and the striking of the largest bell marks each hour as a reminder to “redeem the time.”

Rand House

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Mullenix Chapel

In 1992, PCC purchased a church complex adjacent to campus, and after extensive renovation, the buildings became the Mullenix Chapel, Fellowship Hall, and Rawson nursery for faculty/staff children. The multi-purpose facilities function well for performing arts events, weddings, receptions, and fellowships. In 2010–11, new renovations added a covered entrance, expanded parking, landscaping, and interior improvements. The Chapel also features a classic style, 3-manual pipe organ similar to those in major concert halls. PCC purchased the organ from a church in south Florida, then added additional pipes, a harp rank, and a French-style center principal which was custom built in Ohio by America’s finest pipe builder. This grand classic organ allows keyboard majors to study artistry on a true pipe organ rather than an electronic substitute.

Mullenix Fellowship Hall

In 1992, PCC purchased a church complex adjacent to campus, and after extensive renovation, the buildings became the Mullenix Chapel, Fellowship Hall, and Rawson nursery for faculty/staff children. The multi-purpose facilities function well for performing arts events, weddings, receptions, and fellowships. In 2010–11, new renovations added a covered entrance, expanded parking, landscaping, and interior improvements. The Chapel also features a classic style, 3-manual pipe organ similar to those in major concert halls. PCC purchased the organ from a church in south Florida, then added additional pipes, a harp rank, and a French-style center principal which was custom built in Ohio by America’s finest pipe builder. This grand classic organ allows keyboard majors to study artistry on a true pipe organ rather than an electronic substitute.

Stand By Generator Facility

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Women's Parking Garage

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College Field

College Field is located behind Griffith Tower and is the site of many college activities including the Turkey Bowl held on Thanksgiving Day.

Common Grounds Café

The Common Grounds Café, located on the second floor of the Commons, offers a specialty menu including espresso beverages, pastries, and donuts. With cozy seating options, the dining spot is a student favorite for studying and relaxing.

Campus Store

The Campus Store, located in the Commons, serves students by providing school supplies, books, course materials, PCC-imprinted clothing, and everyday essentials from convenience foods to toothbrushes. Family and friends can also order unique, affordable care packages to encourage students at cstore.pcci.edu under Care Packages.

Students receive a 5% discount when they use their PCC Card in the Campus Store. For guests, the Campus Store offers gifts, souvenirs, music, and more to remember their visit by.

The Campus Store also provides convenience stores (Pelican for women and Gearbox for men) in each residence hall to meet students’ study-time snacking needs with ice cream, chips, candy, coffee, soda, and other food as well as last-minute academic supplies, personal-care items, and clothing.

Visit the Campus Store online

Directions

Pensacola, in Northwest Florida, is located in the central time zone and just off the warm emerald waters of Florida’s Gulf Coast. Pensacola offers mild winters and seasonal recreational opportunities.

Pensacola Beach on Santa Rosa Island is located 20 minutes from PCC campus.

Collegian Hall

Collegian Hall honors PCC’s forty-eight collegians. These student groups participate in collegian sports, service projects, and fun outings together. Each collegian mascot with its Greek letters is represented on the wall in Collegian Hall. Also along the wall are pictures celebrating student involvement in sports, concerts, college productions, Christian Service, and various outreach ministries. A special plaque honors the men’s and women’s collegians currently awarded Collegian of the Year, and a display case houses trophies and awards from past years.

Grab N Go

Grab N Go allows students to take their meals to go with four different food options for each day of the week. Options include hot and cold entrees, like cold cuts on ciabatta, chicken sandwiches, burritos, salads, and more. Each meal comes with dessert, sides, and a drink.

Grab N Go is open for lunch and dinner during the week. Whether you take your food to eat outside or back to your room to study, Grab N Go is a faster, more flexible meal option.

West Campus

West Campus features 265 acres on Perdido Bay. This beautiful waterfront property is less than a 30-minute drive from main campus. Open all year except for the cooler winter months, West Campus offers classes and recreation to students and guests.

Activities include catamaran sailing, kayaking, and paddle boarding.