Recent Alumnus 2013-09-08T23:27:50Z
I wish some professors had a more can-do attitude.
Recent Alumnus 2013-09-08T23:26:42Z
I had a terrible experience with the online system.
College Sophomore 2013-08-24T18:38:10Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The out of state tuition was a little ridiculous, but it was tolerable.
College Senior 2013-08-20T04:02:29Z
This is my first time attending Pensacola State College but so far everyone I've met has been friendly and understanding. The office administration makes sure you understand everything and they will help you as much as possible. What i don't like about the campus is that the different programs they offer aren't always available at the campus that's convenient for some of the students such as myself. Other than that the campus is well kept and have a lot of great things for students like a gym and computer labs.
Recent Alumnus 2013-08-09T06:30:57Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I have only had limited experience with the financial aid department, but the little bit I had was perfect. Their financial aid office explained to me in detail how financial aid works, how to apply, and how/when I'll know if I qualify. The line was very long, but that is to be expected at such a low cost school. Obviously people choosing a school so cheap are generally in need of some help with paying for school. Beyond that, they have a short-term loan office that offers loans (up to $700) with low interest (no interest whatsoever before it's due date), and plenty of time to pay back. Considering the low cost of the school, that loan pretty much completely takes care of tuition, and getting it takes no time at all.
Recent Alumnus 2013-08-09T06:26:07Z
I have never had a problem with the using computers at PSC. In the computer lab there are always computers available, and I've never experienced a problem with the network. The library has more than enough computers as well, with a two hour time limit, if you just need to get something done quickly. If you find yourself in need of a computer while in the middle of the registration and student services building, they have a few there as well. Unfortunately, there's only a few, so you might have to wait. The schools wifi is available at all areas of the campus if you need to connect on your personal computer too. The only thing that has ever annoyed me is the printers in the library. Sometimes they think they're out of paper when they really aren't.
Computer use and accessibility is top-notch for the number of students enrolled at PSC, however, as far as their online "eLearning" program goes, it's really not the best. It's layout is confusing, and it's gone down multiple times during a semester. The submission form for word documents is very clunky, which forces most professors to require assignments to be uploaded as attachments to the submission. I have heard stories of some students' submission not going through, and sometimes of entire submission for a class being late a few days. The forum for online classroom discussion is also one of the worst forums I have ever seen. It almost feels like the school is a decade or so behind in something so important.
Recent Alumnus 2013-08-09T06:09:01Z
They campus is kept clean and the grass is always nice. There's a gym and a track that's one-fifth of a mile. Even though there are no dorms, people are on the track at all hours of the day. There are designated smoking sections to keep the smoke out of nonsmoking students' faces. The library is pretty quiet, and there's always a computer available. The computers run well, but I've never gotten the printer to work right away. Their computer lab has plenty of computers that run at a decent speed to accommodate student needs. The financial aid center and registration center is very friendly and they've always answered my questions quickly and clearly.
College Sophomore 2013-07-24T05:59:00Z
The faculty and staff are all really helpful. They made applying for classes a breeze and the teachers couldn't be more wonderful. I've met so many new people here that I now call me friends, which makes it an even nicer learning environment.
College Junior 2013-07-18T00:09:21Z
the faculties have very clean, in shape, in order rooms. the gym is so big and the remodel it every basketball season so it is fresh and new. the gymnastics room is very gym like,i like to go in there to practice some flips. the dance room is very spacious for us which I think is pretty cool. everything is nice and comfortable.
College Junior 2013-07-18T00:06:44Z
my school is very big but have small classrooms so the teacher can enteract with the students and the students can get the personal assistants that they need or look for
College Junior 2013-07-17T23:59:44Z
there are a lot of clubs on the school where you can join or the club ask you to join in. I think that that surcludes the activeness of the student body. I have been asked into a lot of clubs which I am in right now but I wish that they would include other people instead of the smart people in the high clubs.
College Junior 2013-07-17T23:57:21Z
it has very high speed internet. there are some days where it is not as fast as others but I can still get on and do the research that I nee to do. and being a pre-med student is very hard so I need all the research that I can get.
College Junior 2013-07-14T20:10:20Z
I am going into my third semester at Pensacola State College (Pensacola Junior College), and I have to say I really am learning a lot from the classes I have taken so far. The main reason I chose this school was because of how flexible the class schedules are. I am able to work around my personal schedule.
College Junior 2013-07-14T20:08:00Z
This is a great college to go to if you are from this area and want to stay home. It's not as expensive as most colleges and the teachers are really nice, and the class times work around your schedule. They have a big selection of degrees and classes and the teachers always try their best to make sure you understand what their teaching you. This is defiantly the college to go to.
College Junior 2013-07-14T20:03:36Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Financing a college education is something that parents of both toddlers and high school seniors have to be concerned about, this is the reason why I think that this school should offer people more detailed information about the different ways the federal government, the state and private institutions offer grants, loans and scholarships. I went around without knowing that I was suppose to file early in January to go ahead and get the FAFSA.
College Senior 2013-07-11T17:33:09Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Pensacola State is very cheap considering the education you are getting. They also have many in department scholarships available. My only complaint is that because of the prices the financial aide center is always slammed and it makes it very difficult to deal with.
College Senior 2013-07-11T17:30:15Z
The online courses are explained very well and the teachers have labs so if you are lost you can meet with them and figure it out. Also there are technical labs on campus that will help you if your computer isn't working with the online program. I enjoyed the hybrid classes as well that are on campus half the time and online the other half. This allowed me to still interact my teacher but still have time for work and a busy schedule.
College Senior 2013-07-11T17:27:43Z
The program is fairly new so there isn't many resources for the program. But I did enjoy the way they had it set up. Many adjuncts have very successful companies of their own and it's great networking and experince to hae.
College Senior 2013-07-11T17:24:14Z
My classes have been no problem. I've had some issues with the BAS program and ensuring it transfers for my graduate degree. The most issues I had was with financial aide. They were very disorganized and I always had to constantly check it was right.
College Senior 2013-07-11T17:20:46Z
All of my professors have been generally good all around. I've had a few bad ones but to make up for that I've had a few that have gone above and beyond to help with my classes. The class size makes it more personal and the professors and adjuncts treat it that way. I feel like I'm leaving with experience and classes that I can actually apply to the real world.
College Senior 2013-07-11T17:16:32Z
They offer courses on career development as well as a career lab. They also are very visual in the community so I am able to use them as reference. But, they are lacking in internships and partnerships with local companies that can help me to get a job faster.
College Junior 2013-07-10T14:39:59Z
In the program of Dental Hygiene, the education is great. I believe the instructors could give more guidance in clinics about the how to and what is expected of students. Most students are unsure of what expectations are and how to achieve them.
College Sophomore 2013-07-09T17:00:32Z
The faculty and staff at Pensacola State College are determined to get you on the right track. I know the field that I want to go into and they are bound and determined to set me on the best track to get there.
College Sophomore 2013-07-09T16:59:10Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
I recently enrolled and picked out my prerequisite courses to begin my career in nursing and the cost was surprisingly very low. It is an estimated 1,300 dollars per semester which I am very pleased with.
College Sophomore 2013-07-09T16:54:42Z
As a recently graduated high school student, I am starting the fall term at Pensacola State College because it is very close to home and they make you feel very welcome. Signing up for college was very easy and they made me very excited to fulfill my career as a nurse. All of the teachers I have had so far have been awesome and I can not wait to start back school in the fall.
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