list of news articles

PC names baseball field in honor of head coach Elton Pollock ‘95

Presbyterian College’s ring ceremony honoring the 2021 Big South Baseball Championship team had a surprise ending. Announced during Homecoming Weekend, PC’s head baseball coach Elton Pollock ’95 now coaches the Blue Hose on Elton Pollock Field thanks to a generous $500,000 gift from friends and former players. Bennett Nalley, who played under Pollock and led

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PC challenged to embrace ‘Championship Spirit’ as College inaugurates Dr. Matthew vandenBerg as its 19th president

A storied history. A challenging present. An audacious plan for the future. Dr. Matthew vandenBerg vigorously embraced all three during his Oct. 22 inauguration as Presbyterian College’s 19th president. In front of family, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and delegates from all over the state and the country, vandenBerg challenged the College and pledged himself to

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PC turning 112 Musgrove into off-campus, student-run space

Presbyterian College students will take over a Clinton downtown building and turn it into a student-driven social hub. At the groundbreaking on Thursday, Oct. 21, PC president Dr. Matthew vandenBerg said the former College bookstore is a perfect place for students to meet and play – to unwind from their studies and obligations or put

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O’Neill School offers new master’s degree partnership for Presbyterian College graduates

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Indiana University O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs and Presbyterian College are proud to announce a new partnership that will give Presbyterian graduates a unique opportunity to pursue a graduate education with one of the nation’s premier schools of public affairs. Through the newly formed O’Neill-Presbyterian Fellowship, qualified Presbyterian College

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Presbyterian College issues challenge to future service entrepreneurs with statewide competition for high school seniors

Presbyterian College announced today that it is leaning into its motto – “While We Live, We Serve” – with a challenge to high school seniors who are interested in making service their business. PC president Dr. Matthew vandenBerg announced the College’s Service Entrepreneurship Competition’s beginning this fall in an Oct. 18 press conference at the

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Leni Patterson promoted to executive director of strategic initiatives at Presbyterian College

A Laurens County native and long-serving leader at Presbyterian College has been promoted to serve as the school’s executive director of strategic initiatives. Leni Neal Patterson, a 1983 graduate of PC, will help facilitate strategic planning processes and serve as project manager for specific initiatives critical to meeting the College’s strategic plans. In addition to

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Presbyterian College to celebrate Latinx Heritage Month

Every September, PC honors the contributions and rich heritage of those who identify as Latino, Latina, and Latinx in a series of events throughout the month. We hope you’ll join us as we celebrate Latinx rich cultures, ethnicity, and pride. These events are open to all faculty, staff, and students. Latinx Heritage Month Opening Keynote

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