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Presbyterian College

Clinton, South Carolina, United States
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About Presbyterian College

Presbyterian College is a four-year, coeducational, private liberal arts college located in Clinton, South Carolina. It was established in 1880 and is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church. Currently, it has 1,203 undergraduate students. Legend has it that, while the college was originally being built, the owner of the house across the street asked founder William Plumer if it was possible to not block his view. Some say this request is the reason you can open the front and back doors of Neville Hall and have a clear view to the front porch of the old house. Presbyterian College competes in Division I-AA sports and the school mascot is the Blue Hose.

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Presbyterian College features 11 residence halls, 9 apartments, and 15 townhouses that together provide lodging for over 90% of the students at the college. Most of the residence halls are named for friends of the college. Men's residence halls include Bailey Hall and Georgia Hall. Women's residence halls include Belk Hall, Grotnes Hall, Laurens Hall, and Smyth Hall. Four residence halls, Carol International House, Senior Hall, Barron Hall and Clinton Hall are co-educational, either by suite, room, or floor. Reynolds Hall, once housing the campus's infirmary, is either housed by women or men only depending on the year. The college also uses 15 townhouse units to house 72 senior students and 9 Scottish Arms apartments to house an additional 18 students.

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 2 Applied and Pure Sciences 1 Business and Management 2 Creative Arts & Design 3 Education and Teaching 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2

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