On Saturday, March 25, 600 accepted students and family members attended Presbyterian College’s Accepted Students Day.
More than 30 student ambassadors helped greet the accepted students and their families, who were then welcomed by Mark Fox, director of admissions, and current freshmen Nicholas Quatraro and Avery Conrad.
“Watching all the students walk up to the registration tables hearing the bagpipes, and knowing that within this group of students will be some of the people I spend a lot of time with next year; I am so honored to be a part of something that brings such joy and excitement to the place I call home,” said Molly Clukey, student ambassador. “It’s almost impossible to put into words exactly what it means to me, but I know that it is a day that begins the story for those kids.”
Following the welcome, students were split up into break-out sessions led by PC Stirlings, while parents went to sessions led by Dr. Joy Smith, vice president for campus life and dean of students, and current PC Parents.
Students and families then mingled at the Blue Hose Bash, which included six different food trucks: The Nomadik Few, Highway 301, Yo’Cup, Pawley’s Front Porch, ThoroughFARE, and Bleu Barn Bistro.