- When should I apply to PCC?
It’s ideal to 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.
- What are the academic requirements for acceptance at PCC?
Applicants for admission to PCC must have earned a high school diploma or must have passed the GED.
A satisfactory academic background includes a high school GPA of 2.00 or GED and an ACT composite score of 18, SAT total score of 960, or CLT total score of 62. An applicant who falls below either of these standards may be considered for provisional acceptance by the Admissions Committee.
Homeschool-graduate applicants need to meet the above ACT/SAT/CLT requirement, but a GED or high school diploma is not required.
- My scores on my ACT/SAT/CLT were not as high as I’d hoped. What should I do?
Since ACT/SAT/CLT scores aren’t the only factor in acceptance, go ahead and apply.
- Am I required to have medical insurance?
Medical insurance is not required for admission, but may be necessary if off-campus medical care is necessary. Many students are covered on their parents’ policies.
The Graf Clinic, staffed by medical professionals with Baptist Medical Group of Pensacola, is available to all students and provides 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 will I know what to do when I get to PCC?
When you get here, you’ll find people ready to help almost wherever you go—from the front gate to your residence hall. You’ll also see maps around campus showing you where you are. When you make your way to the first floor of the Academic Center, you’ll check in and get a personalized schedule, plus watch a short video explaining what to do next.
You can also look in the Pathway: Student Resource Guide to see more about checking in, registering for classes, and getting settled on campus. Of course, your enrollment advisor is always happy to answer any questions you might have.