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Students who study education are told the PCC program is for "Christian school teachers" and states that their approach is for a "local Christian school ministry" and is "not designed for preparing to teach in public schools." Since 2013, Pensacola Christian College has been accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS), a religious national accreditation agency recognized by the U. Department of Education, to offer Associates to Doctorates degrees.
publications the school explained that it eschewed accreditation, indicating that an outside agency that didn't share its religious and moral views might try to pressure the college to change or eliminate its beliefs.
In 1974, the Hortons opened Pensacola Christian College to further their vision of "Education from a Christian Perspective." The college opened to 100 students the first year, and was based in a single building, Ballard Hall.
The student body now spans all fifty states and more than fifty foreign countries.
PCC participates in the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) for intercollegiate sports.
Sports include men's basketball and soccer and women's basketball and volleyball.
The hour-long television program is broadcast at 7 p.m. Pensacola Christian College owns radio station WPCS 89.5 FM, known on-air as Rejoice Radio.
In 1996 a PCC alumnus started an electronic newsletter entitled The Student Voice, which criticized PCC, particularly the school's rules and demerit system.
It was originally published in a newsletter format distributed exclusively via e-mail, and it was later published at
In the mid-1990s, after former senior vice president Rebekah Horton learned of Kent Hovind's anti-tax stand where he claimed he did not have to pay taxes, she testified during Hovind's 2006 criminal trial that his tax beliefs are "against Scripture's teaching" and she reported the misleading doctrine because "I didn't want to see innocent people get led astray." The Campus Church holds their weekly services from the Crowne Center at Pensacola Christian College.
These services are recorded and edited for the weekly television broadcast of Rejoice in the Lord.