According to Wikipedia,
Pensacola State College , formerly Pensacola Junior College, is a public college in Pensacola, Florida. It is part of the Florida College System. The main campus, located in Pensacola, was opened in 1948 and was the first institute of higher learning in Pensacola. Pensacola State quickly expanded to include a downtown campus in 1957, a Milton campus in 1971, and a Warrington campus in 1977, with centers on the Fairpoint Peninsula area of Santa Rosa County, as well as one in Century. A mini-campus opened on Naval Air Station Pensacola in 1981 but was destroyed during hurricane Ivan in 2004. In July 2010, the college changed its name to Pensacola State College in order to reflect its transition into offering four-year degrees. The current president is Charles E. Meadows. The college is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
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If you graduate from Pensacola State College, then you can expect to earn an average of $32,100 per year. You also have a 80% chance of being employed after 10 years.
Demographic data is for full-time, on-campus students.
Pensacola State College is located at 1000 College Blvd, Pensacola FL 32504-8998
Pensacola State College has a violent crime rate of less than .01% and a property crime rate of less than .01%. Pensacola has a violent crime rate of less than .01% and a property crime rate of less than .01%.
Pensacola State College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:
Pensacola State College's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Communications, Computer Science, and Anthropology. Here are some of Pensacola State College's most famous alumni: