Applicants who have graduated from high school and received a standard diploma (or its equivalent) or who have successfully completed the General... read more
Please visit the How to Apply page for more information.
It is very important to keep your personal information current. If you change your name, visit he Admissions and Student Records office at the... read more
You must submit the final official transcript from the high school.
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No. Only an official transcript is acceptable, and it must come electronically or in a sealed envelope from the high school from which you... read more
Please see our fees and expenses page for the current, non-refundable application fee.
Incomplete web admission applications are not processed. They are deleted from the system.
The application asks for personal information, educational background, and proof of residency if you are a Florida resident.
First, complete an application for admission to PHSC. You may apply online via WISE.
Applications should be submitted online via WISE.
No, not at the present time. (However, please consider that bringing more than 4 guests could result in someone in your party being seated in the... read more
PHSC’s Disability Services Office attempts to accommodate all individuals living with a disability. Arrangements can be made to meet specific... read more
No tickets are required. Seating is available on a first come, first serve basis.
Students are able to decorate their caps; however it must be tasteful and appropriate.
The doors to the gymnasium will open 30 minutes prior to the start of the ceremony.
Your diploma will be mailed to you approximately six weeks after the commencement ceremony.
The process typically takes place in 4 to 6 weeks.
Students should not bring anything they are unable to keep on them at all times. PHSC is not responsible for monitoring personal items (i.e.:... read more
What if I do not complete my program requirements in the term? Can I still participate in the ceremony? Do I then have to reapply?
Students are able to participate in the ceremony they applied for, however if a student is not graduating during the term they applied for, they... read more
Please verify all the information you entered is correct (card #, expiration date, and CVV). If all of the information is correct and your card... read more
You may call the Information Center 1-855-669-7472, or the Admissions and Student Records Office at 727-816-3371.
Please contact the Admissions and Student Records Office at 727-816-3371.
Yes, GradImages will be photographing all graduates at the graduation ceremony. You may visit their website at: gradimages.com, and click on Pre-... read more
Contact the Information Center at 727-847-2727, 352-796-6726, 352-567-6701, 352-688-8798, or 813-527-6615.
Yes, but you must submit one of the following documents:Proof of marriage (marriage certificate) Proof of being a veteran of U.S. Armed... read more
Please view the Independent/Dependent Status for Residency for Tuition Purposes document for more information.
No. A student who depends on out-of-state parents for support is presumed to be a legal resident of the same state as his or her parents.
Not necessarily. If you can show appropriate proof of residency for 12 consecutive months at some time during your enrollment at PHSC, you must... read more
Yes, if you are dependent of your parents or legal guardian.
Yes. Please contact the Admissions and Student Records officefor details.
A Florida “resident for tuition purposes” is a person who has, or is a dependent person whose parent or legal guardian has, established and... read more
You need to provide three documents. Please view the Documentary Evidence for Residency for Tuition Purposesdocument for a listing of approved... read more
This form is available at the Admissions and Student Records office at the West Campus in New Port Richey, the Academic Advising office at any of... read more
Florida charges a lower tuition for its residents; thus, it saves you money.
Yes. You will need to bring documents to verify your change of status.
If you have been out of school for one full year or more, you will need to complete an application for readmission. If you have been gone for less... read more
Yes; however, some students may be required to submit a letter of appeal. Contact the Academic Advising office for assistance with this process.... read more
A student who withdraws from PHSC in good standing is permitted to reenter the institution at the beginning of any subsequent semester.
A high school transcript or proof of GED is required for some technical programs. You may contact the Admissions and Student Records office at the... read more
No, none is required.
How do I request an official high school, college or technical transcript from an institution other than PHSC?
If you attended a Florida public institution, you may complete and submit an electronic transcript request form, available at the Admissions and... read more
If you earned your GED in Florida prior to January 1, 2014, you can request your transcripts via GED Testing Service using theironline credential... read more
Currently, there is no fee.
No, but you must make a separate request for transcripts being sent to different locations.
PHSC allows one semester for the arrival of transcripts. After that, missing transcripts will result in the student being restricted from... read more
Yes, all high school or GED transcripts and any college transcripts must be on file with PHSC before financial aid is awarded.
Students may order electronic or hard copy transcripts online using their WISE account. Hard copy transcripts will be printed and mailed within 24... read more
Please visit the How To Apply page for more information.
If I am a transfer student who has NOT successfully completed a college-level English or mathematics course, what will I need?
You will need placement scores that are less than two years old from the ACT, SAT, PERT or CPT to register for classes in these areas.
If you are transferring to PHSC from another college, you must have scores that are less than two years old on the ACT, SAT, PERT, or CPT. Some... read more
No placement test is required, but transient students must submit the appropriate transient student registration form from their home college.... read more
Transient students may register during general or late registration– refer to the current term schedule.