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Alpha Delta Pi sorority at PC. Presbyterian College is on South Broad St. in Clinton.  
  Last year, all of the tutoring programs for teens at Thornwell were moved to the church on campus as the school was being renovated. The Thornwell Charter School opened when the school year began, but there was one problem: All of the furniture and materials for the teen tutoring programs were...
One of the best parts about having a college in your backyard is being able to attend arts and music events throughout the year -- often for free.  The school year is about to start back up at PC, and there are plenty of events for you to see. From August to December, you can take in concerts, look...
  “It’s going to be okay,” pharmacy students assure children with Type 1 diabetes.      “It’s going to be okay,” Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy student Lucie Sikes told 10-year-old Addy Byrd when she had to change the pod site on her insulin pump again. Byrd had changed it only 15 hours...
  Presbyterian College Approved to Begin Physician Assistant Program This Fall.         Bob Staton, president of Presbyterian College, and Dr. Joseph Weber, director of PC’s Physician Assistant program, learned today that the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant...
  Like all CHAMPS students, Katelyn Norris began the program when she was in the sixth grade. She was at Hickory Tavern Middle School then.  “This is something for me,” she remembers thinking. “This sounds local and ‘homey.’ “And CHAMPS’ values really attracted me to the program.” Norris liked the...
  CHAMPS Students Are Enjoying College Life This Summer     CHAMPS students are getting a taste of college life for three weeks this summer. Seventh through 10th grade Laurens County students are taking classes on the PC campus as part of CHAMPS summer program, while high school juniors and seniors...
For a hundred years and generations to come.     When the Class of 2019 arrived for the brick unveiling at Alumni Green this spring, Doug Smith ’19 looked for more than his name engraved at the site. Smith also searched below for the two bricks he purchased in honor of his great aunts, Emma Edith...
  Preconstruction Notice   Since Presbyterian College opened in 1880, we have regularly added to and refreshed living and learning spaces to meet the needs of students, faculty and staff.  From the initial construction of Neville Hall in 1907 to the addition of multiple residence halls and...
PC Graduation: “‘May you stay forever young.’”     Two-hundred thirty graduating seniors from the College of Arts & Sciences gathered in Templeton Gymnasium on Saturday, May 11. Their proud guests, faculty and staff members were with them too, eager to watch them walk across the stage during...

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