Registration for Spring 2023 classes is now open in Workday. Register today!

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PSC will be offering eLearning courses in a variety of formats. Students new to online learning can get a head start by visiting our Canvas Student Orientation Course. The experience is free and is intended to help students become familiar with Canvas, PSC’s online course system. It is highly recommended that all students new to online learning explore the Canvas classroom environment prior to the start of the upcoming semester. When classes begin, follow this advice: 1) Read your course syllabus carefully. 2) Plan ahead. Success in an online course is all about your ability to manage your time and schedule. 3) Be proactive and communicate with your instructor frequently. Questions about eLearning at PSC? Call 850-484-1238.


The arrival of Covid-19 has necessitated some changes in testing procedures at PSC. PSC Testing Centers are currently open. However, appointments are required for all tests. Strict guidelines are in place per the CDC, and students will be provided specific instructions when making an appointment. Note that children, family, or friends may not accompany the examinee to the Test Center. Students should discuss testing procedures with their instructor prior to making an appointment. Examinees must also bring a valid ID (e.g., PSC Student ID, drivers license, state ID card, military ID) to the test center. To make an appointment at a PSC Testing Center please call 850-484-1656.

Virtual Tutoring

Achieving your best often requires help. At PSC, students enrolled in a math, physics, chemistry, biology, accounting, or writing emphasis course may connect with a tutor in a fully interactive, online environment. Virtual tutors have access to textbooks used in PSC classes, enabling them to quickly respond to questions related to homework assignments and other class requirements. If homework is not from a textbook, students may speak, email, or chat their question to the virtual tutor. After receiving a question, the tutor will work through the problem, prompting the student to answer questions and interact throughout the process. Virtual tutors can address multiple learning styles and will work one-on-one with students in real-time. More information can be found at PSC’s Virtual Tutoring website.


FloridaShines (Florida’s Student Hub of Innovative Educational Services) is a service of the Florida Virtual Campus. FloridaShines works with the state’s 40 colleges and universities and other partners to help you succeed in school and beyond. Whether you’re in high school or college, or you’re already working and ready to earn or complete your degree, FloridaShines can help. Click here to access the Florida Virtual Campus online catalog.