Please follow the steps below to complete your admission process. If you need additional help at any time, you may call us.
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|Campus||Phone||Admissions||Financial Aid||Student Development|
|East Campus, Dade City||352-567-6701||1311||1312||1310|
|North Campus, Brooksville||352-796-6726||5011||5120||5010|
|Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch, Wesley Chapel||813-527-6615||6664||6661||6667|
|Spring Hill Campus||352-688-8798||4818||4821||4815|
|West Campus, New Port Richey||727-847-2727||3371||3302||3447|
It is the student’s responsibility to furnish all required documents. Students with incomplete admission files will not be allowed to register. Our WISE system prevents any student from registering for courses without the appropriate prerequisites.
Pasco-Hernando State College is an "open door" institution. As such, it accepts applicants who possess a standard high school diploma or the equivalent (a state-issued equivalency certificate or diploma). State law establishes certain minimum requirements for admission to academic courses. These requirements ensure, as far as possible, that students will be successful in their academic work.
First time college applicants who apply to enter an Associate in Arts, Associate in Science or Associate in Applied Science degree program must have taken a placement test prior to the completion of registration. Initial enrollment in English or math courses for any student requires placement scores no more than two years old. Non-degree seeking students desiring to enroll in English or mathematics courses also must have been tested.
The College accepts scores on the ACT, SAT, PERT, or any other state approved placement tests that are no more than two years old. These test results are used for placement and advisement.
Placement testing is available at the College for applicants who have not been previously tested or whose scores are no longer valid.
Services for students with disabilities
Students with disabilities are welcome at PHSC and are encouraged to contact Disabilities Services on their campus where special assistance is available with orientation, registration, academic planning, special supplies, and equipment. In addition, specialized services are available to students whose disability prevents them from participating fully in classroom activities. The College provides services relating to student academic success; transportation and personal services are the responsibility of the student.
Students seeking disability accommodations for PERT or CPT testing must provide documentation of the disability to the campus disability coordinator prior to scheduling a testing appointment.
Relay service for the hearing and vision impaired:
(TDD) 1-800-955-8771 or (voice) 1-800-955-8770
All registration dates and times are publicized well in advance of the beginning of the term. Students should complete all admission requirements prior to that time. New students should attend orientation and have met with an academic advisor prior to registering.
The period for schedule changes is specified in the academic calendar, located online in the current Catalog and Student Handbook.