The Conquistadors, ranked fourth in Collegiate Baseball's preseason NJCAA Division II poll, open their season Friday, January 30 at IMG Academy. Keep a close eye on some of our key players—Chris McCormick (P), Danny Rodriguez (P) and Aderly Perez (2B), who are already on the JUCO watch list. This is going to be an action packed season! Come and show your support.
Join us in the West Campus Quad Wednesday, January 21 (11 a.m. – 2 p.m.) for an interactive health and wellness event. Meet the PHSC fitness class instructors, participate in live class demos, receive information and free giveaways from campus groups and community businesses and enjoy healthy food and snacks. This is a free event, compliments of PHSC Intramural Sports and Recreation and Student Activities. The event is open to all PHSC students, faculty and staff.
All campuses will be closed Monday, January 19 in observance of the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Happy New Year! Spring term II and IIA classes begin January 12. Please note that registration fees are due January 6 for students who have registered by that date and registration is open until January 9.
Late registration and course drop/add will begin January 12 and be available until January 16, 4 p.m..
In recognition and support of the inaugural Florida First Responder Appreciation Week, January 5-9, PHSC extends our appreciation to all those who so valiantly protect and serve us. We acknowledge and honor law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians and all frontline responders for their bravery, courage and selflessness.
Returning students: Avoid long lines and the risk of courses filling to capacity by registering now. Classes begin on Monday, January 12. WISE, the PHSC online registration system, is available for course selection, registration and fee payment. You can register now for spring term II and mini-semesters IIA and IIB. Mini-semester courses can be completed in half the time of a regular semester course, allowing you to earn more credits during the full term or simply complete your courses sooner than you would otherwise.
In a letter directed to students graduating this winter, Governor Rick Scott offers congratulations and encouraging words for the future. This special communication from Tallahassee expresses our own sentiments as well—that our graduates accomplish their life's goals and enjoy success in future endeavors.
Please read the letter from the Governor. And again, congrats, grads!
Whether your culinary audience is your family and friends for the holidays or the judges at the Pasco County Fair in February, the Cooking Camp series at PHSC West Campus, will provide you with tips and tricks to impress. In partnership with the Pasco County Fair, the Encore Academy at PHSC is offering a week of cooking workshops to make your time in the kitchen fun and easy. Each two-hour class is just $12*. (*Small fees for supplies may apply to some sessions.)
Cooking Camp Workshops:
Twice each year, PHSC formally celebrates the creativity, beauty and impact of poetry during its Celebration of Poetry events. This year, events will be held at the North Campus in Brooksville and Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch in Wesley Chapel.
Our evening celebrations will include personal and inspirational readings by PHSC faculty, staff, students and community members, some of whom have published works. Refreshments will be served.>
Join us for a special evening on Thursday, November 20, at 7 p.m. in the West Campus Conference Center (room R-151) as Kurt Wilt, Ph.D. presents The Power of Song. Wilt, a poet and writer, is associate professor of English at Saint Leo University and a specialist in comparative mysticism and Native American literature.