Visit Us

Visit Us


Update due to COVID-19

The PCC campus is now open to guests on a limited basis. Upon arrival to campus, guests will be screened at the gate for illness, potential exposure, and travel in areas restricted by the State of Florida.

Take a closer look at what your college life could be like. We’ll treat you like a college student—minus the homework—as you live in the residence halls, dine with students, enjoy time at the Sports Center, attend chapel, and visit classes of your choice.

Come for College Days!

  • Stay in a residence hall
  • Go to classes
  • Find out more about majors you’re interested in
  • Check out chapel
  • Have fun at special events planned just for you
  • And more!
More About College Days

Can’t make it for College Days? Come Anytime!

Get a taste of campus life even if you can’t come during College Days. For the best experience, take a look at the calendar before planning your visit so you’re not here during midterms. (You’re still welcome, but it won’t be quite as exciting!)


  • $15 a night for 9th–12th graders (includes residence hall stay, meals, and participation in all activities). High school graduates should discuss overnight plans with the Reservation Office (800-722-4636, ext. 4).

    May stay a maximum of 3 nights one time per semester.


A reservation must be made for each person, including sponsors/parents, at least one week before your visit.

Do not make nonrefundable transportation reservations until reservations have been confirmed by e-mail.

Call 800-722-4636, ext. 4 to register.

*Since classes are not in session due to Thanksgiving, Easter, and summer break, residence hall stays are not available during these times. Additionally, due to the busyness of the first and last weekends of the semester, residence hall stays are also not available during this time.

Contact Information

Contact Info

1-800-PCC-INFO, ext. 4

Reservation Office

Pensacola Christian College
P.O. Box 18000
Pensacola, FL 32523-9160

Take a Look Inside

See the campus on a whole new level through classes, chapel, and campus tours.
Families and sponsors are also welcome to attend!

Attend Fine Arts Series productions.


  • Students staying in the residence halls should bring their Bible, towels, washcloths, pillow, twin-size linens (or sleeping bag), toiletries, and spending money.
  • All guests are asked to abide by College dress guidelines on campus.