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Spring Semester Revised Due to Pandemic

“As we proceed through this academic year, we continue to monitor the spread of COVID-19 and plan for challenging circumstances across the next several months,” Dr. Don Raber, PC’s Provost, wrote in an email to students, faculty, and staff on September 24. In the email, Raber noted the challenges that PC and other schools are

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Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program Granted Candidacy Status

The Accreditation Commission of Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) recently granted the Presbyterian College Occupational Therapy Doctorate program “Candidacy Status.” In reviewing the program’s plans for opening and resources available for students, ACOTE authorized the OTD program at PC to admit its first group of students in the spring 2021 semester. “The granting of candidacy status

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U.S. News & World Report Ranks PC Among the Nation’s Best at Social Mobility

The U.S. News & World Report has ranked Presbyterian College among the nation’s best at enrolling and graduating economically disadvantaged students. According to the U.S. News & World Report, “Economically disadvantaged students are less likely than others to finish college, even when controlling for other characteristics. “But some colleges are more successful than others at

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Recent graduate awarded for service, leadership

Will DeLaney ’20, of Boiling Springs, S.C., is one of only 10 students in the country to receive Sigma Nu Fraternity’s Alpha Alumni Chapter Affiliate Award for the 2019-2020 academic year. The honor recognizes exceptional members of Sigma Nu whose service and leadership exemplify the fraternity’s mission to develop ethical leaders. Delaney earned a degree

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PA Studies Professor Shares Passion for Emergency Medicine

by Marley Bickley ’22 Amanda Stevenson-Cali serves the local healthcare community in more ways than one. She’s the academic director and instructor in the Physician’s Assistant Studies Program and works as a physician assistant in the ER at Spartanburg Regional. “It’s much more than just the teaching,” Stevenson-Cali said. “I plan the curriculum and coordinate

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Junior Earns NASA Research Award

by Marley Bickley ’22 Tori Snyder, a junior physics major, spent this past summer conducting research funded by a NASA Space Research Grant. Snyder worked to set up a study of galactic motion with physics professor Dr. James Wanliss. The pair began by setting up a plan of what to study and determining how to

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A Faithful PC Benefactor Passes Away

The PC and Clinton communities lost a true friend and generous benefactor with the passing of Virginia Gray Vance on August 28. “Our hearts are heavy with the loss of this most gracious lady who was committed to making her community and our College the best it could be,” said President Bob Staton ’68. “Her

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2020 Virtual Opening Convocation

Students, Faculty, and Staff, As part of the opening for PC’s 141st academic year, I am pleased to share with you our opening convocation ceremony. Convocation is a time for our campus to come together, to present awards and recognize student and community achievements, to share readings and messages for the upcoming year, for new

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Junior political science major leads voter registration campaign

“College students have traditionally voted at one of the lowest rates of any group in the United States,” according to an op-ed published in the Los Angeles Times earlier this year. Trinity Williams, a junior political science major, is looking to change that on the PC campus by leading a non-partisan voter registration campaign. “That

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