A huge part of going to college is, of course, going to classes. After all, you’re aiming for more than just a degree—you want an education.

But there’s so much more to college life!

About Our Campus

When you drive onto campus, you’ll most likely see the sun streaming down since we’re in the Sunshine State. But you’ll definitely see modern multistory classroom buildings and residence halls surrounded by meticulous landscaping.

You’ll notice the campus is clean and comfortable whether you’re touring classes, sipping on a latté in the Common Grounds Café, or walking to church or chapel in the Crowne Centre.

They say “A picture’s worth a thousand words.” To see each building, look at 360° views, and read a brief description, click on the campus map below. For a bird’s–eye view of campus, take a look at the campus webcams.

Living on Campus

Residence Halls

There are four men’s residence halls and three women’s residence halls—all comfortably furnished, carpeted, and air-conditioned.
Every room has a private or adjoining bath, room telephones with free local and toll-free calling, and wireless Internet access.

Each residence hall is equipped with washers and dryers, ice machines, microwaves, vacuums, and printing kiosks.
On the first floor, you’ll also find a convenience store for snacks and school supplies.

To see more about life in the residence halls, take a look at the Residence Hall Life section of the Pathway: Student Resource Guide.



You’ll find plenty of choices for breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Four Winds or Varsity. Whether you’re in the mood for healthy options, looking for gluten-free food, or leaning toward options like pizza and chicken tenders, you’ll find them.

If you want to sit in the sun while you eat or study through a meal, you can choose from four Grab N Go menu options at lunch and dinner.


Your first week here, you’ll get to join one of 22 men’s collegians or 26 women’s collegians. What are collegians, you ask? They’re Panhellenic groups on campus that give students opportunities to grow in unity, leadership, academics, and service.

At 10:05 one Wednesday a month, you’ll meet with your collegian for a devotional, games, and planning. How involved you get is up to you! You can go on members–only outings together, serve in Christian Service, compete against other collegians in sports, and help each other academically.


Intercollegiate & Intramural Sports

On the intercollegiate level, the Eagles compete in men’s basketball and soccer, and the Lady Eagles compete in volleyball and basketball.

You can also get involved in your collegian’s intramural sports—soccer, track, softball, arm wrestling, tennis, volleyball, and more.

Living in Pensacola

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Located in Northwest Florida, Pensacola is in the central time zone almost directly south of Chicago.

Winter can get cold, so bring a jacket! Late fall and early spring offer warm days and cool nights. The rest of the year is typically sunny, hot, and perfect for the beach! Make sure to bring an umbrella and/or poncho for rainy parts of the day; you’ll get used to summer showers living in Florida.


Why Should You Choose Pensacola Christian College?

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