Pensacola State College held the official grand opening of its sweeping, 110-acre South Santa Rosa Center on May 22 in Gulf Breeze with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The $9 million campus is designed to be multi-functional and includes enrollment assistance, financial aid offices, library, bookstore, financial aid and bursar’s offices, a full-time security staff office, and testing facilities. In addition, there are 10 classrooms and two science labs.
Ed Meadows, president of PSC, welcomed guests such as Randall Hanna, chancellor of the division of Florida colleges, Tim Wyrosdick, superintendent of Santa Rosa County schools, and Beverly Zimmern, mayor of the City of Gulf Breeze.
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