District Map, College Locations, Hours of Operation, Parking

District Map


Campus Locations

Campus Phone Number Student Affairs Financial Aid Admissions
East Campus (Dade City)
36727 Blanton Road
Dade City, Fl 33523-7599
352-567-6701 Ext. 1310 Ext. 1312 Ext. 1260
North Campus (Brooksville)
11415 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
(U.S. 98 North)
Brooksville, FL 34601-8698
352-796-6726 Ext. 5010 Ext. 5120 Ext. 5011
Spring Hill Campus
450 Beverly Court
Spring Hill, FL 34606
352-688-8798 Ext. 4818 Ext. 4821 Ext. 4819
West Campus (New Port Richey)
District Office
10230 Ridge Road
New Port Richey, Fl 34654-5199
727-847-2727 Ext. 3447 Ext. 3302 Ext. 3371
Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch
2727 Mansfield Blvd.
Wesley Chapel, Fl 33543
 813-527-6615  Ext. 6667  Ext. 6892  Ext. 6664

Instructional Performing Arts Center
8657 Old Pasco Road
Wesley Chapel, Fl 33544

813-536-2816  Ext. 6667 Ext. 6892 Ext. 6664

Hours of Operation

Most administrative offices are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Student Affairs, Admissions and Student Records, Financial Aid, College Store and Information Center hours of operation are: Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.; and Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. College libraries are open Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. – 9 p.m. (8 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. when classes are not in session) and 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Fridays. The Instructional Performing Arts Center (IPAC) general access hours are: Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.; and Friday, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. The College, its campuses and libraries are closed on Fridays during summer term. Summer days and hours of operation may vary. For more information on individual department hours of operation, visit the department listing in the About Us section of the website.


Between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m., and other specified times when the College is officially closed, anyone found on College property without authorization will be considered a trespasser and may be reported to local law enforcement authorities. Loitering and soliciting on College property are strictly prohibited. Anyone found loitering or soliciting who refuses to leave campus, will be reported to local law enforcement authorities.

Traffic and Parking Regulations

PHSC provides convenient, free parking at all locations. College employees, students and visitors are expected to respect other drivers and pedestrians by following PHSC's traffic and parking regulations. Obeying these basic rules will help preserve a safe college environment and the natural beauty of our campuses. Drivers violating regulations are subject to receiving tickets by local law enforcement agencies. Vehicles parked inappropriately may be ticketed and/or towed at the owner's expense without prior warning. Please drive and park responsibly and avoid fines and costly towing fees by following these regulations.


  • Follow official traffic signs and signals as posted. The speed limit is 15 mph on all campus roads and parking lots
  • Watch for pedestrians. Pedestrians have the right-of-way
  • Report accidents and other incidents involving vehicles to local law enforcement agencies promptly. If injuries are suspected, call 911 and notify campus officials as soon as possible.

Do not park:

  • Within intersections, crosswalks, sidewalks or fire lane
  • Anywhere official traffic signs prohibit stopping, standing or parking
  • On grass or unpaved areas, unless clearly designated as overflow parking areas
  • Along curbs, berms or driving lanes, unless painted lines designate parking spaces
  • In a manner that obstructs driveways or disabled access ramps, or occupies more than one designated parking space
  • Longer than necessary. Overnight parking is prohibited without prior approval from the campus Provost, the Executive Vice President and Chief Academic Officer/College Provost or from the Director of College Safety and Security. PHSC assumes no liability for vehicles parked on College property.
  • In a disabled parking space unless the vehicle has a valid, handicapped parking permit issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles of the state in which the vehicle is registered. Owners of vehicles parked in disabled parking spaces without a permit are subject to receiving a ticket issued by a local law enforcement agency. Vehicles inappropriately parked in a handicapped space may be towed at the owner's expense.

Towed Vehicles

Owners of towed vehicles should make arrangements to retrieve vehicles and pay the associated towing and storage fees. PHSC does not establish, control or derive financial gain from the towing or storage fees charged by the local towing companies. Vehicles are towed to maintain a safe and orderly campus environment.

Ticketed Vehicles

While PHSC does not issue parking tickets, local law enforcement agencies patrol parking lots regularly and may ticket drivers for driving or parking infractions. Drivers with questions or concerns about ticketed vehicles should contact the issuing municipal law enforcement agency. PHSC is not empowered to appeal your ticket.

Vehicular Damage to College Property

Vehicular damage to College property will be investigated and reported to the appropriate law enforcement agency. Owners found at fault will be responsible for reimbursing the College for the cost of repairing damages.

Violation of Traffic and Parking Regulations

Students and employees found to be in violation of traffic and parking regulations also may be subject to disciplinary action and substantial fines in accordance with District Board of Trustees (DBOT) rules 6Hx19-6.13 and 6Hx19-2.59. For additional details, please consult the Code of Student Conduct and Disciplinary Policy and the Disciplinary Action Board rules