Residence hall rooms are carpeted, air-conditioned, and have adjoining bath. No linens or pillows are furnished.
During the summer, residence hall accommodations are available on campus for single students and married couples with no children. During summer sessions
nonstudent spouses may live in the residence halls if space is available and pay only room and board for sessions they stay.
During one-week modules, rooms are double occupancy; nonstudent spouses may also stay. Contact Admissions Department for details.
The center of spiritual vibrancy is the warm local church atmosphere of Campus Church, which operates
in the spirit of an independent Baptist church. The pastor and other church staff acquaint students with the workings of a separated, Bible-believing
church and encourage them in their worship and service for the Lord.
Faculty, staff, and their families—as well as many local townspeople—join the college students in Sunday school, Sunday morning and evening,
and Wednesday evening services. College students that have moved to the area to attend PCC are not considered permanent residents and are therefore expected
to attend all the services of Campus Church.
College chapel meets four times each week and Seminary chapel once a week. Each year, outstanding evangelists, pastors, and missionaries preach in chapel.
Career Services assists PCC and PTS graduates in finding full-time employment, which includes hosting Educator Recruitment and Career Fair in the spring.
The Career Services website allows graduates and organizations to connect with each other regarding their respective job interests.
Visit Career Services on PCC website.
Standards of Conduct
The Bible is the final authority for all things and the means by which God provides principles for living in a way that protects from harmful thinking
and behavior. Scripture clearly teaches how Christians are to live. In light of the wonderful gift of salvation, we are to live our lives in active pursuit
of a lifestyle that keeps us pure and clean before God with careful attention to avoiding anything that detracts from our relationship with Christ (Titus 2:11–14, Rom. 12:1–2, Phil. 4:8).
In light of these principles, Pensacola Theological Seminary and Pensacola Christian College have adopted standards to promote an environment that is
conducive to academic, social, and spiritual growth. Where the Bible directly addresses a matter, standards are set accordingly. However, since God’s
Word does not mention every aspect of college life, biblical principles are followed and conservative expectations have been established to encourage
right Christian living.
Each student is expected to act in a manner that reflects biblical values and to develop personal character traits that show maturity. Further, as a community
of Christians, students should encourage and support others to live in a manner that pleases God. Characteristics that are representative of Scriptural
standards and should be emulated include love for God’s Word; respect for God, other people, and property; kindness and consideration for others;
compassion and Christian love; honesty and integrity; discipline and self-control; modesty and purity; diligence; responsibility; thankfulness; and etiquette
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Each student accepts the responsibility to actively uphold the Code of Conduct and to refrain from any action that would be detrimental to spiritual growth,
the safety or well-being of others, or that would impair the ability of others to follow the Code of Conduct (1 Pet. 2:11, Rom. 14:13).
For this reason, students are expected to abstain from any illegal or prohibited activities including use, possession, or association with alcohol, tobacco,
and illicit drugs; pornography or sexual immorality; dancing; profanity or obscenity; harassment, abuse, and discrimination; gambling; stealing; and satanic
Formulated to give direction in matters that require discernment, college standards for clothing, music, entertainment, social life, and other general
responsibilities are applied in an effort to align with the spirit and intention of biblical principles and to reflect conservative values.
Additional information is available in the Pathway to College Success: Student Resource Guide.
A student information booklet is sent in May to each summer student listing examples of policies involving attire and standards of conduct. Other policies
applying to various areas of student life on campus and in residence halls are in the Seminary and Graduate Information Book and will be given
out upon arrival.
Prospective students are welcome to call the Seminary-Graduate Studies Office for answers to specific questions regarding student life (1-877-PTS-GRAD [1-877-787-4723]) or to visit overnight. Academic regulations are found elsewhere on this website.
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Any student has the opportunity to appeal matters that affect student conduct violations. If necessary, the Appeals Committee in the Student Care Office
will review facts related to the case and make a final determination. The Appeals Committee is composed of a student, a faculty representative, and a
representative from Student Life.