Do you have a question about Orientation or other services at Presbyterian College? We’d love to hear from you!


KaleyLindquistKaley Lindquist, MS
Assistant Director of Career Development and New Student Orientation
Springs Student Center 206
(864) 833-8380




Alexis Holloman
Class of 2018
Hometown: Effingham, SC

My advice to new students would be to not take life so seriously. Enjoy every moment and make great use of your time. Nine times out of ten other college students are struggling just like you. Two Random About Me facts: I enjoy eating fruit more than the average person and working out is not life *shrugs* . My favorite thing about PC is that I feel loved because I feel like a key player in this community. ♥


Brianna Estes
Class of 2019
Hometown: Woodruff, SC

I am a History major with a secondary education minor from Woodruff, South Carolina. I am an absolute movie fanatic with some of my favorites being The Gladiator, Brave Heart, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Frozen, The Hunger Games series and many, many more. Some of my favorite books include Life of Pi, The Alchemist, and the Harry Potter Series. Speaking of which I was officially sorted into the Gryffindor house!


Cassandra Drezek
Class of 2019
Early Childhood Education
Hometown: Irmo, SC

I am an Early Childhood Education Major from Irmo, South Carolina. My favorite book is the Slammed series because it’s majority a love story, but with a really realistic and heart-wrenching storyline that’s had me hooked unlike any other book I’ve ever read! If I could give one piece of advice to incoming freshman, it would be to make sure you don’t get too caught up in the freedom of college life. Have fun, but always remain true to who you are and where you are headed in life!


Caroline Dyar
Class of 2019
Mathematics, Minor- Economics, Religion
Hometown: Marietta, GA

I am an Applied Mathematics major with a double minor in Economics and Religion from Marietta, Georgia. My absolute favorite movie is Pitch Perfect, and I can quote the entire movie. One of my favorite things to do at PC s is to go on runs through the beautiful tree lined campus.




Hydia Green
Class of 2018
Hometown: Union, SC

I am a Biology major from Union, SC with plans to attend Pharmacy School afterwards. I’m on the cross country team so you must imagine how much I enjoy running! I am a very outgoing individual. In my free time I love to sit in front of Springs in the rocking chairs or relax with friends in Enos in the wonderful trees in front of Smyth. My advice to the new incoming students would be to enjoy your time here at PC because it is going to FLY by! Take a step outside of the box and try new things because you may come to find out that you actually like it.

JordanStreettJordan Streett
Class of 2019
English & Theatre
Hometown: Chapin, SC

I am an English and Theatre major from Chapin, South Carolina and my favorite place to be on campus is either Neville Hall or Harper Theater. My advice to incoming freshman is to get out and do stuff around campus, because once you find something you really like (ex: THEATRE!!) it’s a great way to make friends!




Kendall McDill
Class of 2018
Chemistry, Minor- History, Biology
Hometown: Asheville, NC

I am a Chemistry major with minors in Biology and History with hopes of going to Medical School. My favorite quote is “Don’t let anyone tell you you’re too young to accomplish something, a baby shark is still a shark.” My favorite place on campus is the front sign. One of my favorite things to do is to sit on the sign at night and look at Neville. My advice for incoming freshmen is to step out of your comfort zone and try something new.


Logan Parker
Class of 2018
Engineering Dual Degree
Hometown: Elgin, SC

I am a dual degree engineering major with a minor in business from Elgin, SC. My favorite thing about PC is the potential connections it offers you every step of the way and around every corner. My biggest piece of advice is once you’re on campus, immediately find one thing, just one, and get very involved. Your opportunities and experiences will grow immediately.


Marquise Speaks
Class of 2017
Elementary Education
Hometown: Laurens, SC

I am an Elementary Education major from Laurens, SC. My passion in this world is children, and watching them grow to be productive citizens. My favorite movie of all time is Mona Lisa Smile, and my favorite book is Great Expectations by Charles Dickens. If I had any advice to give to a freshmen it would be to be yourself.


Madison Utberg
Class of 2017
Business Management
Hometown: Roswell, GA

I am a business major and Spanish and biology minor. I am from Roswell, Georgia and originally came here to play tennis. I love comedy movies and working out. I am a health freak most of the time and love to be doing anything outside in warm weather. I love to get involved and be constantly doing something. I am part of honor council and ADPi. My advice to incoming freshman would to be get as involved as you can because you get out what you put into it.


Nancy Fanous
Class of 2018
Physics Dual Degree
Hometown: Camden, SC

I am a Physics Dual Degree sophomore from Camden, SC. My favorite Netflix binge is How I Met Your Mother and if I had to choose my last meal it would definitely be Chik-Fil-A. My advice to new students would be to figure out who you are, what you love, and who you want to be around. You’re going to love PC!



Kathleen Snead
Class of 2017
Hometown: Greenwood, SC

I am a Biology major with a minor in Environmental Studies and Psychology. I am from Greenwood, SC. When I’m not in lab, I enjoy hanging out in Springs in the rocking chairs or the tables. My favorite thing about PC is the people. From my friends to my professors and the faculty, they truly are the best and are always so helpful.



Ryan Bristow
Class of 2017
Political Science
Hometown: High Point, NC

I am a political science major with intent to attend law school after graduation. My favorite quote of all time is “you reap what you sow.” I’m a 6’5 football player but I’m truly a big kid on the inside, who enjoys hearing other people laugh. Advice for incoming freshman is to not rush into things when you get here, get involved yet enjoy your freshman year.