Month: June 2009

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QEP to change the future of learning

Sahara Locke Published: August 23, 2006 PJC educators believe that students should become independent, lifelong learners, and plan to implement strategies through “Learning To Learn.Learning For Life.” The topic is part of the Quality Enhancement Plan now underway as part of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools accreditation process.  PJC was first accredited in...

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Tuition changes for non-residents

Published: August 23, 2006 PJC students who are not Florida residents may be affected by changes in residency requirements that will become effective in fall 2007. To receive in-state tuition rates, students are required to present two documents that indicate legal ties to the state with issue dates of at least 12 months prior to...

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Students can stay well-groomed for less

Michael Rutschky Published: August 23, 2006 While most PJC students have to wait until after graduation to work in the field of their major, certain departments are giving students the opportunity to work as they learn.  This, of course, benefits students who are gaining the experience required to move into the field, but it also...

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Speak up. Be heard.

Published: August 23, 2006 The Generation Next van stopped by PJC Aug. 17 to videotape students ages 16-25 about their beliefs about world events.  Corsair Staff Photographer Sean Drain, right, completes consent forms while David Andrukonis prepares the camera.  Video segments and a documentary are slated to air on PBS later this fall and in...

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Volleyball team wins scholars awards

Published: August 23, 2006 The Florida Community College Activities Association in Tallahassee recently selected Pensacola Junior College student Jessica Costa as the 2005-2006 FCCAA Female Scholar Student Athlete of the Year/Volleyball and PJC’s female volleyball team as the 2005-2006 FCCAA Female Academic Team of the Year.

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PJC fall gardening courses

Published: August 23, 2006 Mulching. Pruning. Container gardening. Growing fall crops. Landscaping. Enhance these gardening skills with a Pensacola Junior College Continuing Education course at the Pensacola and Milton campuses. Choices: Landscape Design I, 6 to 8 p.m. Thursdays, Sept. 7 through Oct. 5, Milton, $60. Fall Vegetable Gardens, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Sept....

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‘Art’

Published: August 23, 2006 PJC’s new Post Script Productions is presenting the comedy “Art” at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 24, 25, and 26 at the Hagler Auditorium. General admission tickets are $5 each and proceeds benefit the PJC Lyceum Series. This series was created as a venue for more experimental, avant garde theatre productions. Starring...

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PJC Lyceum presents pianist Jeri-Mae Astolfi

Published: August 23, 2006 Come experience the creativity and passion of award-winning pianist Jeri-Mae Astolfi, a headliner of the Pensacola Junior College Lyceum 2006-2007 series. Her performance is 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 5, at the Hagler Auditorium, Building 2, Pensacola campus. A native of Canada, Astolfi is an avid performer of repertoire ranging from the...

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PJC Planetarium & Space Theatre Reopen

Published: August 23, 2006 Take a trip to Mars and see the planet’s spectacular polar ice caps, sprawling extinct volcanoes, vast meteorite craters and huge canyons. Go on a Voyager encounter, touring Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Pluto. Tune to WSKY: Radio Station of the Stars. All this and more is featured at the Pensacola Junior...