Adult learners, who want to improve their basic skills, prepare for the GED Tests, learn English as a second language, improve their job readiness skills, or develop skills to enable them to continue their education at PSCThe answer depends on what kind of student you are.We’ve provided a comprehensive Admissions guide on this page.You must do this before your transcripts will be evaluated or your financial aid will be processed.You may pay your application fee by logging into Spyglass, by mail, or by visiting the Cashier’s Office on any campus.Students who have completed an associate’s degree or at least 60 credits of previous college coursework from a regionally accredited institution and wish to continue their education at the baccalaureate level The Center for Corporate and Professional Development Training provides workforce education in a format that is easy to access and learning-centered.Visit our website to learn how we can provide custom training to fit your needs.To protect your identity, PSC will secure your SSN from unauthorized access and will not release your SSN to unauthorized parties.PSC assigns each student a unique student identification number which is used for most transactions at the College.
Here is a video tutorial for how to login to each system.
Reapply by logging in to Spyglass and clicking “Reapply.” If you need help logging in to Spyglass, contact our Admissions Office at 850-484-2544.
Your application will be processed on the next business day after it is submitted.
Florida Statute 119.071(5)(a) authorizes the collection and usage of your social security number by Pensacola State College (PSC).
PSC collects and uses your SSN for state and federal reporting as required by Section 6050S of the Internal Revenue Code.