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Service beyond volunteerism: PC students pursuing service-minded careers

Thanks to a campus culture rooted in service, as well as opportunities like the new O’Neill-Presbyterian Fellowship with Indiana University, PC students are seeking ways to directly incorporate service into their livelihood – especially through public affairs, nonprofit and government work. by Sarah Murphy Service to the community reaches a whole new level when you

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PC offers $60 million in scholarships to Palmetto Girls State participants

Presbyterian College’s kilt-clad president made a stunning and generous offer Tuesday to each of the 600 Palmetto Girls State delegates. Come to PC and receive a $ 25,000-a-year scholarship. President Dr. Matthew vandenBerg told the group that PC is making a four-year, $60 million commitment to the rising seniors in Palmetto Girls State, the largest

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PC and Piedmont Technical College address state teacher shortage with new dual enrollment partnership

Presbyterian College and Piedmont Technical College are partnering to address a statewide teacher shortage by helping eligible dual enrollment students transfer seamlessly to PC to earn a bachelor’s degree in education. PC president Dr. Matthew vandenBerg and Piedmont Tech president Dr. Hope Rivers signed a memorandum of understanding on May 26 at Clinton High School.

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PC’s fifth annual Giving Day nets $316,323

Presbyterian College’s fifth annual Giving Day proves that the past continues to inspire the present and future. The 24-hour fundraising campaign on May 26 commemorated the day in May 1874 when PC founder William Plumer Jacobs wrote about his dream to establish a college in Clinton. “I have at last set my heart on a

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‘Championship Spirit’ lifts PC over $8 million goal for athletic facilities

This spring, Presbyterian College crossed the finish line in record fashion after raising more than $8 million for athletic facilities in just five months. The $8 million Championship Spirit initiative is the most ambitious fundraising campaign for athletics in PC’s history. A groundbreaking ceremony is planned for Fan Day on Aug. 27. “This is an

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Presbyterian College selects AVI Foodsystems as new food service partner

Presbyterian College has selected AVI Foodsystems as its new partner for campus food service and hospitality, effective May 27. Headquartered in Warren, Ohio, AVI is the largest privately held and family-owned and operated food service company in the United States. The college’s decision follows a nationwide bid and selection process with participation from campus administrators

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PC Education Department Hosts Eighth Annual Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute

Local Educators Attend 8th Annual Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute on Family Engagement. On Saturday, April 30th, the Education Department hosted the 8th Annual Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute, which was a free virtual workshop entitled, Supporting Students with Disabilities through Creative School-Family-Community Partnerships, hosted by Sherrie Belton, a parent and family engagement specialist with

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