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The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges Reaffirms Accreditation for Presbyterian College

Presbyterian College’s accreditation has been reaffirmed by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) at its annual meeting this week in Dallas, Texas.  The reaffirmed full accreditation for Presbyterian College continues for a 10-year period through 2027. SACSCOC is the regional body for the accreditation of most degree-granting higher education institutions in

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Presbyterian College recognizes years of service

Presbyterian College would like to thank the Service Award Honorees for their many years of service. The service award symbolizes the time given by employees over the years to help the College live out its mission of preparing students for a lifetime of personal and vocational fulfillment. It is also a token of appreciation for

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Shooting the Stars: James Quantz is camera ready

James Quantz, Jr., makes people look like superheroes. The Columbia-based photographer works to achieve the art of hyperreality, using advanced techniques to tell a story through images. Thus, he endeavors “to recreate something that could be real but in a visually heightened manner using several visual tools such as light, color, movement, and selective focus,”

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Presbyterian College Unveils New Strategic Plan

Presbyterian College Unveils New Strategic Plan “The Promise of PC” Focuses on Student Success President Bob Staton will announce Presbyterian College’s new comprehensive strategic plan, “The Promise of PC,” on Nov. 20. Presbyterian College’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved the plan, which positions the school for academic, athletic and financial success for many years to

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Dr. Karen Buckland performs Piano Solo at PC

Dr. Karen Buckland will perform a solo piano recital featuring a work entitled “Vaterländischer Künstlerverein”, a set of Variations for Piano-Forte on a Waltz by Anton Diabelli. The work, published in 1824, contains 50 variations and a coda composed by well-known musicians in Vienna. The performance is set for November 16, 2017, at 7:30 p.m.

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What is Fake News? Presbyterian College Announces New Lecture Series

The Presbyterian College Department of Political Science will launch the first annual Samuel C. Waters Lecture Series in Political Science.  The lecture series aims to highlight both the value and relevance of the study of politics and contemporary issues.  The new lecture series will take place annually on the campus of Presbyterian College and will host notable political

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Department of Music prepares for 19th Annual Christmas at PC concert

The angelic voices and captivating musical performances of the Presbyterian College department of music continue its revered tradition of hosting the annual “Christmas at PC” concert to celebrate the holiday season. The annual holiday concert is one of the year’s most enjoyable arts events, bringing together student vocal and instrumentalists performers who will showcase a

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A Message from Bob Staton, President of Presbyterian College

To the PC Community: Many of you have asked where are we with regard to our strategic plan—an understandable question given the importance of the plan to the College’s future. It is important to note that this marks the first time in more than eighteen years that the college has engaged in such a policy

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Restoring Neville Hall at Presbyterian College

Story courtesy of Craig Gaulden Davis The architectural icon of Presbyterian College (PC) in Clinton, South Carolina is Neville Hall. The domed, Georgian Revival style centerpiece of the historic liberal arts campus was designed by noted South Carolina architect Charles Coker Wilson and made its stately appearance in 1907. Neville Hall has served PC in multiple

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Taylor Berry ’17 Begins Teaching Career as Published Author

Taylor Berry ’17, an early childhood education graduate, has begun her new teaching career as a published author. She and Dr. Julia Wilkins, assistant professor of education, co-authored an article entitled, “The Gendered Portrayal of Inanimate Characters in Children’s Books” which is the lead article in the fall issue of the Journal of Children’s Literature.

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