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Thanks to a new partnership between Northwest Florida State College and Florida State University Panama City, students will now have a smoother transition and easier access to four-year bachelor’s degree programs through the Connect to FSU Panama City program. This new partnership was announced today by FSU Panama City Dean Randy Hanna and NWFSC President Devin Stephenson.
FSU Panama City, Northwest Florida State College partner

Thanks to a new partnership between Northwest Florida State College and Florida State University Panama City, students will now have a smoother transition and easier access to four-year bachelor’s degree programs through the Connect to FSU Panama City program. This new partnership was announced today by FSU Panama City Dean Randy Hanna and NWFSC President Devin Stephenson.

STEM Institute offers ‘The Physics of Dance’ science camp
STEM Institute offers ‘The Physics of Dance’ science camp

Sixth- through 10th-grade students are invited to join the FSU Panama City STEM Institute’s “The Physics of Dance” science camp July 17-18, 8:30 a.m. - noon.

Family and friends of Alisa Kinsaul will gather to celebrate the full endowment of a scholarship established in her memory at 4 p.m. Thursday, June 1, in the FSU Panama City Dean’s Conference Room, Holley A301.
Donors celebrate full endowment of Alisa Kinsaul memorial scholarship

Family and friends of Alisa Kinsaul will gather to celebrate the full endowment of a scholarship established in her memory at 4 p.m. Thursday, June 1, in the FSU Panama City Dean’s Conference Room, Holley A301. The Alisa Butler Kinsaul Memorial Endowed Scholarship will support an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in a communication field within the College of Applied Studies.

About 60 people gathered Wednesday, May 24, to celebrate 20 years of recognizing outstanding FSU Panama City alumni as Notable ’Noles.
Alumni celebrate 20 years of Notable ’Noles

About 60 people gathered Wednesday, May 24, to celebrate 20 years of recognizing outstanding FSU Panama City alumni as Notable ’Noles.