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PCC's Spring Choral Concert
Spring Concert showcased a variety of soloists.
John McCracken earns a master of engineering from the University of Louisville.
Through hard work, dedication, and team spirit, the Eagles finished strong.
From rainy days to solid preaching, Bible Conference brought refreshment midway through the spring semester.
A variety of businesses sought employees on campus.
Sign up to see PCC up close this spring.
A local tax increase led this PCC grad to take action in his home state.
What started as an internship led to a big step in Leah Jennings's career.
Israel Tour Gives Students a Vision of the Holy Land.
The Georgia Guitar Quartet at February Fine Arts
Over 100 couples planned for their big day and learned how to make Christ the center of their wedding.
New teachers can find their ministries.
Undecided about your major? Check out humanities, the multi functional degree.
Get an up-close and personal view of college through the words of talented young writers.
David and Leah Hill pursue their dreams of performing and teaching music.
This season, festive Christmas trees and lights give the Commons a special sparkle.
Ringing in the Christmas season, the Handbell Choir performed well-known Christmas carols.
PCC family and guests experienced Christmas around the world through synchronized lights and music.
PCC enjoyed a rollicking adventure with soft-hearted pirates, cowardly officers, and brave young love.
New Collegian Hall gives members a place to connect with their collegian's legacy.
Students showed Christ's love by helping clean up a local park, just the beginning of their community outreach.
The audience enjoyed an array of sacred, patriotic, and classical compositions on various instruments.
The Symphonic Band Concert whisked the audience away on a musical trip around the globe.
Faculty member Cleusia Goncalves glorified God through choir and orchestra selections.
Guest artists shared their talents at the fall Strings Concert.
English faculty Elisabeth Marlowe presented a playwright's perspective of scriptwriting.
Students cheered into the night as Eagle Mania reached new heights.
At the semester's first Mission Prayer Band, the Youth Outreach Ministry Ghana missions team testified of God's goodness.
Guest artist Stephen Eager performed a dramatic reenactment.
PCC's first Sunday Reflections reminded viewers of man's reliance on God for satisfaction in life.
PCC meets the demands of expanding technology.
The Eagles Classic Invitational Tournament gave high school sports teams a chance to compete at PCC.
Prepare for your ministry in the classroom, preparing the next generation of leaders.
Cutting-edge technology helps train students for the changing landscape of modern business and engineering fields.
Collegians provided free food, games, and trinkets to freshmen during PCC's Greek Rush.
Opening week event helps freshmen plug into PCC's student body.
As students from around the world begin arriving, campus is coming alive for PCC's 41st year.
Now beginning its third decade, the team looks to lead a competitive 21st season.
Youth Outreach Ministry's summer camps provided spiritual refreshment and exciting activities for young people.
Over 3,200 campers were challenged physically through extreme sports and spiritually through life-changing preaching.
The wait is over!
Although many PCC students anticipate going home for summer, some choose to stay and participate in the summer work program.
Energy Defines Commencement Week
Contests in art, music, writing, and drama encourage students to practice their skills.
The Elixir of Love brought alumni, students, and guests together for a memorable Fine Arts production.
The Engineering Design Competition featured emergency response vehicles.
Campus was illuminated with fireworks and a passion for sharing the gospel.
Digitally embedded photos bring memories to a new level.
The Brass and Woodwind Concert presented exceptional arrangements.
Mechanical engineering students designed, built, and raced single-rider electric vehicles.
The dramatic production classes produced favorite classic tales that delighted audience members.
After an eventful year, students anticipate a summer of adventures, vacations, renovation . . . and maybe some rest, too.
PCC Strings Concert commemorated the genius works of favorite composers.
See the 40th anniversary student body photo.
Spring concert presented excerpts from five well-loved musical scores.
The Choral Concert presented well-liked sacred, classical, and childhood favorites.
Selections at the Symphonic Band Concert brought the audience to reflection on God's creation.
Senior graphic design and studio art students share their best work and get a jumpstart on their careers.
Student Body officers do more than plan skits and make announcements.
Both the Eagles and Lady Eagles earned the chance to compete at nationals.
Sharing the Music: PCC Music Faculty Dr. Doori Yoo performs at Carnegie Hall.
The 2014 Bible Conference gave everyone a chance to relax and focus on the Lord.
PCC graduates walked away with silver and gold awards at Pensacola's ADDY awards banquet.
Through PCC's varied job-finding outlets, graduates find work in fields specific to their training.
Mural contest challenged collegians to submit ideas for the Commons walls.
Eagles basketball teams advance to national tournaments!
PCC's graphic design program adds video graphics classes to better prepare students for a design career.
The nostalgia of the past and the excitement of the present joined to create a memorable Fine Arts.
A powerful combination of messages and presentations encouraged students in every major to have a missions mindset.
After unexpected sleet and freezing rain, PCC students experienced their first "snow day" in Florida.
PCC administration, staff, and faculty are ready to welcome students back for spring.
This Thanksgiving, PCC backed The Girls in 509 as their candidates to deliver a memorable performance.
Campus lights up to the tune of favorite Christmas songs with one of PCC's most memorable Christmas Lights productions ever.
The PCC Strings Concert celebrated Mozart, the master of the Classical era.
Now, you can enjoy PCC's Turkey Bowl live from virtually anywhere!
At a special dinner with Dr. Shoemaker, alumni reminisced about their time at PCC and all God has done in their lives.
With songs from Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, and others, the PCCymphony featured the beautiful works of great composers.
The Handbell Choir Concert joyfully gave God thanks through song for His wonderful attributes.
The Symphonic Band Concert's various arrangements revealed the complexities of beauty in the world.
Senior professional writing students present selections from their portfolio for faculty, friends, and family.
Pep rally introduced the Eagles intercollegiate sports teams and offered some surprises.
Students and faculty enjoyed an unexpected mixture of classic western and sacred songs.
The world-renowned Canadian Brass quintet showcased their talents through a variety of classical and sacred works, also adding touches of humor throughout the program.
The Eagles Classic Invitational Tournament gave high school volleyball and soccer teams a chance to compete at PCC.
Dr. Brannon Mangus uses his specialty in otolaryngology to show the love of Christ.
Outings around the Gulf Coast provide opportunities for students to relax off campus with friends.
PCC's musical groups offer performances that enrich and inspire while encouraging deeper music appreciation.
Hundreds of freshmen explored Greek Rush booths, enjoying free food and giveaways as they chose their collegians.
Remembered for his dedication to prayer, Dr. Don Smith went home to be with the Lord on Monday, September 9, 2013.
Contrary to popular belief, Florida features weather for everyone's preference.
Find out what to expect at PCC.
Young people experienced an unforgettable, life-changing summer at Youth Outreach Ministry camps.
Life-changing preaching and extreme sports made this a memorable summer for over 3,700 campers.
View highlights from four music faculty recitals.
Dedicated member of the PCC education department Dr. David Loden went home to be with the Lord on Monday, June 24, 2013.
Video highlights missions team ministry and expresses appreciation.
With 11 academic and sports camps to choose from, Youth Outreach Ministry offers campers an unforgettable summer!
PCC's student literary publication gets a refreshing upgrade.
As summer begins, PCC's ministry teams anticipate opportunities to connect with churches and schools.
The semester has ended, but PCC is far from "shutting down" for the summer.
Watch over 600 graduates receive their diplomas during the year's closing ceremony.
On the day before Commencement, PCC students presented exemplary performances for students, family, and guests.
The Importance of Being Earnest Fine Arts Series brought words and wit to center stage.
Students, faculty, and staff ran a 5K race with all the proceeds donated to children in the Philippines and Uganda.
Students enjoy their copies of the 2013 Summit yearbook.
The spring Handbell Concert highlighted Christ's resurrection.
Annual contest showcased submarines built by PCC engineering students.
The spring PCCymphony Concert introduced listeners to a variety of pleasing classics.
The spring Choral Concert focused on God's magnificent attributes.
Audience members journeyed to distant cultures during Symphonic Band Concert.
PCC's annual collegian paintball tournament takes team sports to a new level.
Three-day focus on Scripture strengthened students' resolve for semester's second half.
CPR, first aid, and lifeguard training provides both valuable lifelong knowledge and skills for summer employment and ministry.
Eagles sports took flight in this year's exciting season and will conclude with a formal awards banquet.
Students enjoy spending time off campus with fellow collegian members
Reuniting from across continents, the Jaffe family shared their love of music at PCC's first Fine Arts of 2013.
PCC serves up convenient, nutritious meals for students to eat outdoors, in residence halls, or on the go.
Watch select Eagles basketball games live online as the 2012-13 season wraps up.
Dedicated college and seminary Bible faculty member for many years, Dr. Harry Nonnemacher went home to be with the Lord on Sunday, December 23, 2012.
Thanks to PCC students, hundreds of military personnel will receive Christmas cards.
Thousands of Christmas lights illuminated campus as carols filled the air.
Audiences packed the Experimental Theater to see favorite Christmas stories come to life.
Thanksgiving Fine Arts Series production of The Mikado enlivened the stage with a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta.
Renditions of well-known patriotic favorites and folk tunes engaged the audience.
Graduate students and alumni won fourteen awards at annual fine arts exhibition.
Garrett Ledoux produced a thought-provoking conceptual video to encourage voter participation.
Getting to know PCC's mascot, Eagor, may make your college spirit rise at the next intercollegiate sports game.
PCC celebrated the inauguration of Dr. Troy Shoemaker as second president with a historic ceremony focused on honoring God through excellence and service.
View highlights of the renowned a cappella group singing beloved American songs.
During its nearly four decades of history, collegian soccer has developed a rich legacy at PCC.
Choices on the road you're traveling.
School supplies. Check. Bedding. Check. Favorite pillow that should probably be tossed out but never will. Check. Granola bars, ramen noodles, emergency chocolate stash. Check. Check. Check.
Enjoy times of relaxation and recreation.
Learn how to reap the rewards of your college education.
A light-hearted look at living with others
With a variety of employment opportunities available, hundreds of students choose to spend their summer at PCC.
A world-renowned musician and beloved mentor, PCC Artist in Residence Dr. Alberto Jaffé went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, June 12, 2012.
Dedicated Christian educator and long-time servant in our ministry, Dr. William Crawford went home to be with the Lord on Monday, June 4, 2012.
Uplifting Fine Arts Series production Anne of Green Gables brought to life L. M. Montgomery's timeless tale.
Special program featured historic presentations to honor Dr. and Mrs. Arlin Horton for 60 years of ministry.
Cutting-edge technology gives nursing students invaluable practice for their profession.
Over 100 nursing students impersonated crash victims to help local agencies perfect their emergency response skills.
Watch video and browse photos of this historic presentation honoring Dr. and Mrs. Arlin Horton for their sixty years of ministry.
Welcoming spring weather, students enjoy favorite water sports when taking a study break.
Students gain valuable information for the future at forums held each semester.
During the Eagles Classic Invitational Tournament, high school teams had the opportunity to compete at PCC.
Dr. Arlin Horton has announced his retirement as president of Pensacola Christian College, effective May 10, 2012. Dr. Troy Shoemaker has been elected to be the second president of Pensacola Christian College.
Entire albums and individual songs can be downloaded digitally.
Gilbert and Sullivan's comedic musical about love and social class made a memorable Thanksgiving Fine Art Series.
Keith Brion and his New Sousa Band presented a musical celebration of the life and times of John Philip Sousa.
Students enjoy a variety of off-campus dating outings each semester.
New high-definition displays provide helpful info delivery system on campus.
An excellent speaker with a heart for service, Denis McBride is now pastor of Campus Church.
WEAR ABC 3 News featured 12 PCC girls who serve faithfully at Covenant Hospice Residence.
PCC honored students completing undergraduate, graduate, and seminary degrees as they begin a new chapter in their lives.
PCC Fine Arts Series original production featured the life of Corrie ten Boom, one of the 20th Century's most inspiring heroines.
Get acquainted with PCC students and learn more about college life on PCC’s new blog, Campus Post.
PCC’s performance of Thornton Wilder’s timeless drama presented a relevant and inspiring message.
The 32-member youth orchestra opened this year’s Fine Arts Series with an incredible performance.
The classic heroic drama about a self-sacrificing, ugly looking hero offered something for everyone.
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