PHSC Facts and Figures

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Foundation Invests


in PHSC students scholarships annually

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received scholarship funds in 2020-2021

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PHSC Foundation Invested


in PHSC faculty, staff, and programs annually

Since its inception in 1972, the Pasco-Hernando State College Foundation has advanced the College’s mission to provide an outstanding education for students. Private gifts and a volunteer corp are essential to provide high-quality and affordable education. The Foundation assists in matching generous donors with opportunities to impact students, staff, faculty and the community.

Monetary donations support scholarships and programs throughout the College. Along with monetary donations, the gift of time as a volunteer is just as important. Gifts and volunteers help the Foundation host a variety of fundraising events throughout the year, including our thriving performing arts series, annual golf and fishing tournaments and more! To learn how you can become a volunteer at the College and the PHSC Foundation, contact the information center at 855-669-7472, or

If you would like to support the PHSC Foundation or have questions regarding how you can make a difference and show your support of the College, you can contact us at 727-816-3410 or

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PHSC provides nearly 1,000 students with PHSC Foundation scholarships annually. During 2020-2021 academic year, we provided over $1.2 million in scholarships for the first time in the Foundation's history!

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