Pensacola State College is classified as a public, four-year institution. Pensacola State College was founded in 1948 as Pensacola Junior College. In 1956, Pensacola State College earned accreditation status through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The school operates with the mission "to maximize educational opportunities, through a variety of delivery methods that develop the academic, career, personal, and aesthetic capabilities of individuals for the benefit of themselves and the global community." The college has a main campus located in Pensacola, Florida, and there are other campus locations in downtown Pensacola, Milton, and Warrington.
Programs at Pensacola State College are divided based on whether the student plans to earn a four-year degree, transfer to another institution or complete a continuing education certificate program. Pensacola State College offers associate and baccalaureate degrees, career-oriented certificates, college prep, adult education, GED prep and standard high school diplomas. Several programs are offered completely online.
Accreditation & Licensing
Pensacola State College is accredited by:
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)