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Please be advised that North Campus has been temporarily closed due to a power outage. The North Campus Women's History Month panel discussion scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. today, will proceed as scheduled, with attendees being able to enter the campus after 5:30 pm. The event may need to be moved to an outdoor location on campus if the power has not been restored by that time.

Beginnings will perform a memorable Chicago tribute show Saturday, March 21, 7 p.m. at PHSC’s West Campus Performing Arts Center. Beginnings has entertained audiences all over the country with their accurate homage to the music of Chicago.  Displaying the unique sounds of one of the greatest American rock and roll bands, Beginnings features classic hits such as “24 or 6 to 4,” “Saturday in the Park” and “Hard to Say I’m Sorry.”

PHSC is closed for spring break Monday, March 9 through Friday, March 13. Campuses will reopen on Monday, March 16. Summer term registration opens April 6 and classes begin May 11.

If you are considering enrollment at PHSC, visit our Admissions and Student Records office following spring break or apply online. Please view the College Academic Calendar for additional important dates.

PHSC’s Art & Culture celebrations focus on enhancing socialization using art culture and its properties to entertain and engage students and the community. In addition to Hispanic, Island, Mediterranean and Asian festivals, Joel Strack, a passionate advocate for equality, will present “Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Inclusion,” at each campus. Other Art & Culture Week highlights include:

Congratulations to the PHSC cheer team for winning the state championship title in the College Co-Ed Level 6 division at the American Championships Official Florida Championships Cheer and Dance competition at the Florida State Fair on Saturday, February 8, 2015. This marks the sixth consecutive year the PHSC cheer team has competed at the American Championships. 

Get ready for a week that will change your life! Leadership Week is an annual event at each campus consisting of speakers, films and discussions on topics such as: getting in touch with your personal leadership style, learning how to thrive in college and the globalized world, and speaking/dressing for impact and success. You will learn about the qualities and skills of effective leaders—what it really takes to influence and guide others.

Get a sneak peek at the cheerleading team's competition routine on Friday, February 6 at 7 p.m. (two performances)—in the West Campus Physical Fitness Center. Admission is free. This is a public event.

Let's send the team off 'pumped' to compete at the Florida State Fairgrounds, taking place on Saturday, February 7!


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