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Presbyterian College - SC

Institution Name
Presbyterian College - SC

503 S. Broad Street
Clinton, SC 29325-9989

Liaison Officer
Allison Sullivan

School URL

In addition to freshmen, will make award offers to transfers and/or to students currently enrolled but not on TE (sophomores, juniors and seniors) for 2023-2024
Tuition amount: Full Tuition
Program: Undergraduate
Pell and other grants
Initial offers will be announced by April 15, 2023.

Deadline for the receipt of initial TE certification/applications:
In April 2023

The percentage of the new admitted TE candidates offered a TE scholarship for the current academic year:

Additional Information
Presbyterian College: Be a Blue Hose

Do you want to go to a college where you can truly make a difference? At PC, you can do that as soon as you step on campus. You?ll learn from a distinguished faculty whose No. 1 priority is your success. Small class sizes allow you to develop close relationships with your peers and faculty members. Honor and ethics are part of the College culture, guiding you to become a values-based leader in your life and career.

Presbyterian College (otherwise known as PC) was founded in 1880 by Dr. William Plumer Jacobs. Dr. Jacobs arrived in Clinton, South Carolina in 1864, following the devastation of the Civil War, and he dreamed of building an orphanage in the area. In October of 1875, Thornwell Orphanage opened its doors to 10 orphaned children. Five years after establishing the orphanage, Dr. Jacobs was faced with another challenge; sending those children to a proper college to continue their education. The institution?first called Clinton College?was organized under the ownership and management of local Presbyterians. Clinton College was coeducational from the beginning and its founding purpose was to care for young men and women from the local area. After operating its first 25 years under the sponsorship of the Clinton First Presbyterian Church, PC officially became the Presbyterian College of South Carolina in 1904 with the synod?s vote to assume ownership. By 1909, Presbyterian College offered a curriculum leading to a B.A. degree, post-graduate work for the M.A., and a B.S. degree.

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