Congratulations on being accepted to PC!
Now that you’re in, here are the next steps to becoming a PC student.
FILL OUT YOUR FAFSA
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to qualify for federal loans and need-based grant programs. Add Presbyterian College (FAFSA Code: 003445) to your list of FAFSA recipients.
ACCEPT YOUR OFFER OF ADMISSION
Log in to the Application Portal and accept your admission offer. Now get excited! You’re almost official!
Scroll to the section labeled “Forms” and click on “Reply to Offer of Admission.” Select “Accept Offer” and sign your name. You’ll pay the $250 security deposit and be all set!
SUBMIT YOUR SECURITY DEPOSIT
Once you accept your offer of admission, you’ll be prompted to submit your security deposit. This step unlocks your access to academic advising, class registration, and your housing assignment.
Visit campus to see Presbyterian College for yourself. Go on a campus tour, meet some of your future classmates and professors, and see why it’s great to be a Blue Hose.
MEET FUTURE BLUE HOSE
Get to know your soon-to-be classmates by downloading the ZeeMee app. Follow Presbyterian College on the app and join the Accepted Student Community.
COMPLETE YOUR ACADEMIC PROFILE
Once you pay your security deposit, it’ll be time to take the next step to complete your academic advising questionnaire in your Application Portal.
APPLY FOR HOUSING
Beginning in May 2023, you’ll submit your housing application through a platform called The Housing Director. Once the platform is open, you’ll be notified via email so you can complete the housing application. Email the Office of Residence Life if you have any questions about housing.
SEND YOUR FINAL HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT
After your high school graduation, be sure to send your final transcript and any necessary paperwork to us for review. You can also email it to the Office of Admissions or mail a physical copy to:
Office of Admissions
503 South Broad Street
Clinton, SC 29325
Log in to your Application Portal to complete our required forms before you arrive on campus. This will need to be complete before you begin classes this fall.
Presbyterian College will be your home for the next four years, and we can’t wait for you to move in! You’ll find answers to your questions about living on campus on the Office of Residence Life web pages.
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