Orange Beach’s clear water and cool breezes provide the perfect setting for a boat cruise to watch dolphins play in the Gulf of Mexico.After the cruise, a catered lunch is served at a local park.For students willing to make the 30-minute drive, the West Campus has 24 Hobie catamarans with classes "offered in sailing, kayaking, swimming, and lifeguarding." PCC also prohibits physical contact and interaction between unwed members of the opposite sex.For example, a chaperone and "day-pass" is required for a "mixed group" for students under the age of 23.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 baccalaureate and master's degrees in nursing at Pensacola Christian College are also accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing, and the baccalaureate degree in engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
Most stairwells and elevators on campus are segregated by gender.
Other prohibited activities at PCC include "fornication, adultery, homosexual behavior, or any other sexual perversion.
Also, any involvement in pornography or sexual communications, including verbal, written, or electronic." In addition, "most forms of dancing," profanity, hazing, discrimination, gambling, stealing and "witchcraft, séances, astrology, or any other satanic practices" are also banned." Students are also not allowed to use, possess, or "associate" with alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drugs.
Policy violations also include visiting movie theaters, patronizing unauthorized area businesses, being off campus after hours, being in a residence hall belonging to a member of the opposite sex, and engaging in social activities with members of the opposite sex as a group.