CUE THE BAGPIPES.
Want to visit campus? We’d love to see you for a weekday or Saturday visit that works for your schedule.
Connect with students who have been accepted to PC on ZeeMee! If you haven’t already done so, download the ZeeMee app on your phone and gain exclusive access to the Accepted Student Community. There, you can join the admitted student chat, connect with students who share your interests, and more!
REGISTER FOR ACCEPTED STUDENT DAY
This is an important time in your life. Deciding where to go to college isn’t easy, and we’re excited you’re considering PC. Now that you’ve been accepted, join us for Accepted Student Day on Saturday, March 25. You’ll interact with your new friends, tour campus, enjoy lunch from food trucks and more on this day we’ve planned just for you.
IT’S TIME FOR YOU TO GO BEYOND THE ORDINARY
At PC, you can shape your future into what you want it to be. You’ll find a major that matches your interests and career goals. And your professors will know your name and will help you succeed. We work with you every step of the way to prepare you for the bright future you’re looking for.
YOU’RE ACCEPTED. NOW WHAT?
HERE ARE YOUR NEXT STEPS.
August 1 – Application opens for Class of 2027
October 1 – FAFSA opens
December 1 – Early Action Deadline
February 1 – Regular Decision Deadline
March 25 - Accepted Student Day
May 1 – National College Decision Day
ARE YOU READY?
You'll fit right in at PC.
You can pursue what you love at PC. Outside the classroom, meet students who share your same interests by joining clubs and organizations on campus. Inside the classroom, conduct research on topics you’re interested in. We’ll help you find an internship that can prepare you for a future career.
BLUE HOSE SPOTLIGHT:
STUDENTS AND ALUMNI SHARE THEIR PC JOURNEY
As an undergraduate, Kristen played as a forward for the women’s soccer team. Her time away from the soccer field was spent primarily in PC’s science facilities, where she was mentored by two biology professors.
Meet Will Grismore, a dual-degree engineering student from Columbia, South Carolina. Last summer he was awarded a NASA South Carolina Space Grant Consortium Research Award for his project.
When Emily toured colleges, one thing stuck with her about her visit to PC: community. PC also became a place where her interests could collide.
PC senior Maleek Catching already has a job in Big Data lined up, thanks t an internship and to Maleek’s persuasive presentation skills.
LET’S GO BEYOND TOGETHER.
“Everyone takes a journey, but what makes PC different is that you don’t take that journey alone.”
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