Intramural Sports and recreation
Intramural Sports and Recreation offers students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to participate in sports and activities on a competitive and recreational level. Sports offered include dodgeball, flag football, ultimate frisbee, basketball, volleyball, and more. In addition, there are many recreational activities available on campus such as corn toss, ping-pong, yoga, and off-campus kayaking on the Weeki-Wachee River. Special annual end-of-term events include: Quista Bowl-Students vs. Faculty/Staff Flag Football (game held at the end of fall term) and Softball Game-Students vs. Faculty/Staff (game held at the end of spring term).
Clubs and organizations
Participation in extracurricular student activities is encouraged. Students having common interests may form clubs, groups, or organizations as approved by the campus Student Government Association and the college administration. Participation in events are free for all PHSC students.
Citizen Scholar Program
The Citizen Scholar Program encourages students to engage in service learning and civic engagement.
Community Service Events
Pitch in and help yourself and your community. You always get more out of volunteering than you put into it. Each campus has CARES— a community service program with scheduled events. Look for updates or ask for information in student activities.
Cultural Enhancement Events
Hispanic Heritage Month, National Mentoring Month, Black History Month and Women's History Month events are all planned to provide opportunities to connect with and learn from others.
Kids & Sibs
Children are the focus of these family friendly events. Bring your kids or siblings to participate in these fun and free events. Each campus has one event each month.
Find your inner strength and hidden talents. Workshops are designed to improve your leadership and interpersonal skills outside the classroom. We recognize the importance of developing skills that will directly apply in a career; so don’t just get your degree, plot out your education. Visit our Summer Leadership Retreat page for more information.
Student Ambassador and Peer Mentor Programs
Student ambassadors are student leaders selected to promote and represent the College in various capacities. Members of this highly visible, influential group are dedicated to positive College representation and influence. They will participate in College tours, recruitment events, campus events, photo shoots and promotion of social opportunities and student services.
Peer mentors, under the direction of the coordinator of retention and the Academic Success Centers work directly with students to increase retention, academic success, personal growth and College involvement. Peer mentors keep students informed about College support services, resources and new initiatives to ensure a positive college experience.