After renovations took place over the summer, Presbyterian College held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Aug. 25 promoting the grand opening of its Springs Food Court and Scotsman’s Corner spirit store.
“We are excited to welcome everyone here, including the community because this achievement is a part of this college and a part of this community,” said PC President Bob Staton ’68,’15. “I want to especially welcome the students because this is about you. We’ve never done this before and are proud to bring national brands to PC.”
The renovations, which came with the college’s dining contract with Aramark include adding a Moe’s, Boar’s Head Deli, P.O.D., and a We Proudly Serve Starbucks location, as well as move the college’s spirit store into the Springs Student Center.
“Today marks the grand opening in Springs, but it also marks our 92nd day of service on campus,” Denise Elliott, Aramark district manager said. “part of our mission is to nourish and enrich lives, and we hope to do just that by bringing these national brands to PC.”
Presbyterian College is located on a striking 240-acre campus in Clinton, between Columbia and Greenville, S.C. Offering challenging academics and a culture of honor, ethics, and service that prepares students to be leaders in communities, PC offers its students the benefit of engaging with an exceptional faculty who take individual interest in their students’ well-being, both personally and in the classroom. The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy opened in 2010, and is dedicated to the ideals of leadership, honor to the profession, and service to the community. For more information about Presbyterian College, visit www.presby.edu.