FSU Panama City

FSU Panama City to offer free tuition to Florida students with family incomes of $50,000 or less

Florida State University Panama City announced a new scholarship program today that will provide tuition free education for qualified Northwest Florida students with combined family and student income of $50,000 or less or are eligible for Pell Grants. The FSU PC Promise Scholarship will take effect spring 2021 and will guarantee that full-time resident undergraduates […]

FSU Panama City to offer bachelor’s degree in public health

FSU Panama City will offer a new bachelor’s degree program in public health, beginning fall 2021. Graduates of the program, which falls under the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy, will earn a Bachelor of Science in Public Health and be educated in the policy, practice and methods of public health. “We are excited […]

FSU Panama City offers IBM Skills Academy professional development courses

The Florida State University Panama City College of Applied Studies is partnering with IBM Skills Academy to launch technology-based training courses designed to provide additional professional skills to students, alumni and community members looking to advance their careers and excel in the job market. Upon successful completion, students will be able to obtain digital certificates […]

FSU Panama City announces St. Andrew and St. Joseph Bays Estuary Program partnership 

Florida State University and Bay County are partnering to establish an estuary program to help provide for the long-term protection of St. Andrew and St. Joseph Bays and develop a plan of action for these valuable resources. Housed on the FSU Panama City campus, the St. Andrew and St. Joseph Bays Estuary Program will be […]

Doctoral program in Nurse Anesthesia at FSU Panama City approved

FSU Panama City’s proposal to offer a Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia Practice (DNAP) degree through the College of Applied Studies was approved by the State University System of Florida Board of Governors during an online meeting July 21. The first-ever doctoral program at the campus will begin in the summer of 2021. This approval is […]

FSU teams up with Panhandle teachers to host online nuclear science camp

Florida State University Physics Professor Paul Cottle is a devoted advocate of the need for physics education in K-12 schools.  That’s why he’s been teaming up with science teachers over the past three summers to organize the Nuclear Medicine and Science Camp (NMSC) for middle and high school students from Panhandle counties.  But how do […]

Graduates of FSU’s nurse anesthetists program work on COVID-19’s front line 

Stacey VanDyke is the director of the nurse anesthesia program at Florida State University’s Panama City Campus. The program trains certified, registered nurse anesthetists (CRNAs), and as VanDyke watched COVID-19 spread earlier this year, the respiratory distress it sparks was a red flag.  Soon, VanDyke realized that CRNA graduates were uniquely positioned to help. “Among other things, we place breathing tubes, we manage ventilator parameters and settings; we manage […]

FSU celebrates outstanding student employees 

The Florida State University Career Center recognized the notable contributions of student employees at FSU during its sixth annual Student Employee of the Year (SEOTY) awards ceremony on Thursday, April 16, which was held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. “The SEOTY ceremony gives us the opportunity to recognize the invaluable service and impact of our student employees in our […]

FSU Panama City donors endow scholarship in honor of President John Thrasher

More than 100 FSU Panama City alumni and friends met Wednesday to recognize FSU President John Thrasher for his dedication to the campus and the community, surprising him with a scholarship in his honor for local students. In all, 15 donors raised $25,000 to establish the John E. Thrasher Endowed Scholarship at FSU Panama City, […]

FSU Panama City students, faculty thrilled as campus reopens

Resilience, hope and excitement were on full display Monday morning as students returned to class at the FSU Panama City campus for the first time after Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle earlier this month. They were beaming — even those who lost their homes — at the prospect of class and some return to […]

FSU Panama City campus tentatively set to reopen Oct. 29

Florida State University tentatively plans to reopen its Panama City campus and resume face-to-face classes Monday, Oct. 29. “Reopening our campus is an important part of helping Panama City recover from Hurricane Michael,” said Randy Hanna, dean of FSU Panama City. “Great things were happening in Panama City before the storm, and Panama City will come back even […]