Bankmobile Disbursements Contract Disclosure

As part of a new Department of Education regulation governing Title IV disbursement, institutions are required to disclose the contract establishing the refund arrangement between the institution and the third-party servicer.  Contained in the link below, you will find all legal documents related to PHSC’s refund arrangement with BankMobile Disbursements, a Division of Customers Bank.

View the BankMobile Disbursements Contract Disclosure

Accessibility: Should you require an ADA accessible vendor document located on this page, please submit your request to the Institutional Effectiveness office at ie@phsc.edu or call 727-816-3461.

Custodian of Public Records

Request for Public Records

For the convenience of the public, and for purposes of compliance with the requirements of Section 119.12, F.S., the Office of Policies and Governance is designated as the general Custodian of Public Records, specifically to receive written notices provided by public records requestors. To request records you may contact the Pasco-Hernando State College Custodian of Public Records.

Custodian of Public Records

Public records requests may be made in person, in writing, or by phone.

Pamela Nadolski, ACP, Advanced Certified Paralegal, Custodian of Public Records

Phone: 727-816-3746

Email: nadols@phsc.edu

Mail: Policies and Governance, Pasco-Hernando State College, West Campus, 10230 Ridge Road, New Port Richey, Florida, 34654; in person at the District Office located on PHSC West Campus in Building E.

Darrell Clark, Alternate Custodian of Public Records (Assistant Vice President, Chief Human Resources Officer), can be contacted at 727-816-3427, or clarkda@phsc.edu.

Requests made by the media may be made by contacting the Public Information Officer (PIO) for Pasco-Hernando State College, Melanie Waxler, Associate Dean of Marketing, Communications and Media Relations, at 727-816-3259 or waxlerm@phsc.edu.

Mail: Office of Marketing and Communications, Pasco-Hernando State College, 10230 Ridge Road, New Port Richey, Florida, 34654

Pursuant to Section 119.12, F.S., prior to filing any civil action to enforce Florida’s public records laws, a public records requestor must provide written notice to the Custodian of Records identifying the public records request(s) at issue, at least five (5) business days before filing the civil action.

Pasco-Hernando State College, Office of Policies and Governance, Attn: Public Records Custodian, 10230 Ridge Road, New Port Richey, Florida 34654

Questions may be directed to the Office of Policies and Governance, at 727-816-3746.

Florida Public Records Act

Chapter 119 of the Florida Statutes is known as the Florida Public Records Act. Any person may request access to public records of Pasco-Hernando State College for any reason. The process of requesting, identifying and producing such records are subject to the provisions of Florida law and the policies adopted by the District Board of Trustees, Pasco-Hernando State College.

Florida law defines "public records" as: all documents, papers, letters, maps, books, tapes, photographs, films, sound recordings, data processing software or other material, regardless of physical form, or characteristics, or means of transmission, made or received pursuant to law or ordinance or in connection with the transaction of official business by any agency. State and federal laws exempt certain types of public records, or portions thereof, from disclosure under the public records law.

Exemptions that frequently apply to Pasco-Hernando State College records include but are not limited to:

  • Education records under FERPA
  • Social Security Number
  • Disciplinary records in certain cases
  • Personal information regarding certain public officers or their families
  • Academic evaluations of employees performance
  • Records of the College's direct-support organizations (DSO)

Documents that are public records but contain exempt information will be produced after removing the exempt information, unless the exempt information in the document is so extensive that removal is not feasible. The determination of which documents or information is exempt from the public records law will be made by the Office of Policies and Governance.

What constitutes a reasonable period of time depends upon the circumstances surrounding the request, including the nature of the request, the size of the request, the likely quantity of records to be produced, whether extensive use of information technology resources or clerical services are required, and the timing of the request and the College calendar.

If copies are made for the requestor there is a charge of:

  • $0.15 per page
  • $0.20 per double-sided copies

In addition to the duplications cost above, if retrieving or copying the public records requires extensive use of information technology resources or clerical and/or supervisory assistance, the College will assess a reasonable service charge based on the college's actual incurred costs. Reimbursement for these charges may be made to the department or unit that incurred the charge. An estimate of the charges will be given to the requestor prior to responding to the request. All charges will be collected before producing the requested documents. The College follows the 'Extensive Request' definition outlined in Section 119.07(4) (d), Florida Statute.

Economic Security Report of Employment and Earnings Outcomes

Briefly outlines the statutory requirement for each of the FCS institutions to provide students with electronic access to the Economic Security Report of Employment and Earning Outcomes prepared by the Department of Economic Opportunity prior to registration.

Proposed New Fee Adjustments

Student Fees to be Noticed for September Board Meeting

Please see the below approved fee changes from our July 2021 Council on Academic Affairs meeting. As required, increases in fees must be noticed and available for review for 28 days before being submitted to our District Board of Trustees for final approval and prior to fees being charged to students. After 28 days and Board approval, the applicable fee will be added to the cost of the student fees. We will also notice any fee decreases as part of our effort to examine and address student fees throughout academic programs.

The following was approved at July 2021 CAA meeting and will be reviewed at the next District Board of Trustees meeting scheduled for September 21, 2021.

Fees for Review

Revised Non-Credit (CWE) Course

NCI 0022 Introduction to 3C Printing

Rationale: To update course description adding CMfgA certification and extending course hours and increasing tuition costs.

Student Laboratory Fee Revision

From:  $795.00

To:       $995.00

Effective: 2022-3

 

New Non-Credit (CWE) Courses

NCI 0024 Intermediate 3D Printing with Certified Additive Mfg. Fundamentals (CAM-F) Certification

Rationale: This non-credit CWE intermediate course is designed for students to gain an understanding of using 3D printing in a mechanical setting. Students will work individually to develop a working mechanical device, and in a group setting to develop a strategy for assembling components to create a gear box system. Students will also be prepared to earn the CAM-F certification.

Student Laboratory Fee

Add: $995.00

Effective: 2022-1

NCI 0025 Advanced 3D Printing with Certified Additive Mfg. Technician (CAM-T) Certification

Rationale: This non-credit CWE advanced course involves mastering the full spectrum of 3D printing required to implement electronics into a print. Student will create a motor riven, lighted, or pneumatic product, and will gain an understanding of 3D development. Students will also be prepared to earn the CAM-T certification.

Student Laboratory Fees

Add: $995.00

Effective: 2022-1

NCI 0026 Introduction to 3D Construction with OSHA 10 Certification

Rationale: This non-credit CWE introductory course is designed to develop early skills required for the latest form of construction, 3D printing. This course will demonstrate and teach the use of an articulated arm 3D printer for the production of a hours or wall section. Students will also be prepared to earn the OSHA 10 certification.

Student Laboratory Fees

Add:    $995.00

Effective: 2022-1

NCI 0027  Advanced 3D Construction with OSHA 30 Certification

Rationale: This non-credit CWE advanced course is designed to guide students through greater detail on 3D construction practices. Using the guidelines of code, students will develop executable drawings that will be printed using the Scarra V4 printer. Students will also be prepared to earn the OSHA 30 certification.

Student Laboratory Fees

Add:    $1,295.00

Effective: 2022-1

Residents Outside of Florida and Professional Licensure (NC-SARA)

Pasco-Hernando State College (PHSC) has been approved to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education. Institutions that are a member of NC-SARA are authorized to provide online education to students from all SARA states.

Learn more about PHSC Professional Licensure Programs

PHSC offers numerous programs designed to prepare students to sit for licensure in Florida. Licensure in other states may vary. For more information on licensure in your state, please contact the program office to see how this will affect you. PHSC has not made a determination that its curriculum meets the state educational requirements for licensure or certification in other states. PHSC is investigating out-of-state licensure issues.

The college offers several degrees that are designed to lead to licensure in Florida:

Associate Degrees

  • Dental Hygiene
  • Nursing (R.N.) Generic
  • Nursing (R.N.) ADN Transition
  • Professional Pilot Technology
  • Radiography
  • Practical Nursing
  • Unmanned Vehicles Systems Operation

Career Certificates

  • Fire Academy
  • Law Enforcement
  • Medical Assistant
  • Phlebotomy

Certificate

  • Educator Preparation Institute

Student Right to Know

Pasco-Hernando State College is pleased to provide the following information regarding our institution’s graduation/completion and transfer-out rates. The information is provided in compliance with the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended. The rates reflect the graduation, completion and transfer-out status of students who enrolled during the 2007-2008 school year and for whom 150 percent of the normal time-to-completion has elapsed.

View Reports and Learn More about Student Right to Know

During the fall semester of 2009, 1,399 first-time, full-time, certificate or degree-seeking undergraduate students entered Pasco-Hernando State College. After three years, 32 percent of these students had graduated from our institution or completed their programs and 12 percent transferred to other higher education institutions.

While reviewing this information, please keep the following in mind:

  • All graduation rates are based upon three years of attendance which equates to 150 percent of the normal completion time.
  • These charts do not identify the reasons why our students withdrew; therefore, students who withdrew for personal or medical reasons are included.
  • Graduation and transfer-out rates do not include students who left school to serve in the armed forces or on official church missions or with a foreign aid service of the federal government, or students who died or were totally and permanently disabled.

View the Student Right to Know document

In addition, Pasco-Hernando State College has identified additional student achievement measures appropriate to our mission, strategic plan, programs, and the students we serve. This information is provided in compliance with the requirements of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.

View PHSC's Key Student Achievement Indicators