In recognition of the contributions Latin American people have made to the United States, and to celebrate the groups’ heritage and culture, several engaging events are scheduled at multiple campus locations.
TechCon ’14 is coming to all five campuses this fall! The conference kicks off on Monday, October 27, with a technology festival on each campus and ends on Tuesday, November 4, with a full day event on West Campus. You will have opportunities to experience new technologies, participate in hands-on workshops and learn strategies to be successful in the classroom and beyond. To read more about the event, visit the myPHSC TechCon page.
PHSC was honored with a Special Contribution Award September 2, 2014, at Pasco Economic Development Council’s 28th Annual Industry of the Year Awards Banquet. At its banquet held annually at Saddlebrook Resort in Wesley Chapel, Pasco EDC recognizes local companies that exhibit exemplary growth in technology, innovation, job creation, capital investment and community service.
PHSC students are invited to a day paddling the Weeki Wachee on Friday, September 5 or 12, 2014. Meeting time is 9 a.m. If you have not yet experienced this annual event, we urge you to register early so as not to miss out on a great adventure. This was a sellout activity last year.
The official PHSC mobile application, PHSC Mobile, has launched! Now students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members have immediate, on-the-go access to key PHSC information, including:
PHSC has a special surprise for you. Return next week, for the big reveal!
On Wednesday, August 13, PHSC will host political candidate debates for four Pasco County races, including County Commissioner District 2, County Commissioner District 4, School Board District 5 and Florida State Representative District 36 (Republican Party). Primary (Election date is August 26, 2014).
The debates will be held in the West Campus Performing Arts Center from 6 ─ 9 p.m. The moderators for the event are Cait McVey, Bay News 9 Reporter and Tom Jackson of the Pasco Tribune.
The event is free and open to the public.
Incoming freshmen are invited to sign up by August 12 for one of our upcoming "Get Acquainted Day" events; being held at each of our five campus locations. Attendees will become better acquainted with the College’s administration, faculty and staff; meet and network with other first year students and learn about academic and student support services, clubs and organizations. We also have a special session planned for our incoming veteran students.
See the Get Acquainted Day page for dates, locations, times and to register.
Hurry, and you can still complete the admissions and enrollment process for fall classes! If you are a new student, you can apply online or visit an Admissions office at one of our five campus locations. The College’s application fee is $25 if you register by August 25. Late registration is August 25 – 29 and carries an additional fee of $20. Classes begin on August 25.
Our Corporate Training department, working in partnership with Ed2Go, offers hundreds of online, instructor-led, noncredit courses to students and the community. These convenient, affordable courses can be accessed 24/7 and allow students to study at their own pace.
There are courses available in writing, business, computers, health care, law, teaching and more. Following are a few upcoming, six-week courses that begin August 20, 2014: