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PC Mourns loss of Dean Joe Nixon ’62

We are sad to share the news that Presbyterian College’s “Action Joe” passed away Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2021, in Clinton. Joseph O. Nixon, the College’s longtime dean of students and vice president for student affairs was 81. A 1962 graduate of PC, Nixon was forever proud to be a member of the 1960 Tangerine Bowl

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PC welcomes Class of 2025 during 142nd Opening Convocation

Presbyterian College celebrated the launch of its 142nd academic year by honoring the school’s senior class and inducting its newest students into a community of honor. Class of 2022 witnessed the Class of 2025 recite the College’s honor pledge and sign the Roll of Honor in a traditional ceremony led by PC’s Honor Council. The

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Ready, set, Go Blue Hose!

PC community ready for students’ fall semester arrival Presbyterian College students will be back on campus this week for an eagerly-awaited beginning to the 2021-22 academic year. Welcome Week at PC begins Aug. 20 with First Day Ready at James H. Thomason Library. Procedures for move-in are still in place much like they were in

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Education major gets published in education journal

Presbyterian College graduate Madison Pierson earned publication in the International Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities for an article she wrote based on her capstone research. Pierson, who graduated from PC last spring, wrote “Preservice Teacher Education Programs, Novice Teachers, and Classroom Management Preparation” for the peer-reviewed journal, which specializes in outstanding scholarship by

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F1RST in line with PC’s goal of supporting first-generation students

When Presbyterian College’s-first generation students feel like they are behind in any way, a new student-led organization inspires them to be in F1RST. F1RST, a registered student organization established in 2020 and dedicated to mentoring first-gen students, gives students whose parents or guardians have not earned a four-year college degree the opportunity to support one

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