The application process at Presbyterian College is highly personalized.
Work closely with one of our admissions counselors to make sure your application is completed in a timely manner. The Admissions Committee reviews your academic development as demonstrated in your performance, curriculum, writing ability, class rank, and test scores. Your leadership, special talents, and extra-curricular activities also factor into the admission decision.
How to Apply
When applying, high school seniors should:
- Submit a PC application or submit the Common Application.
- Request an official copy of your high school transcript from your guidance counselor.
- Submit an official copy of your standardized test scores (SAT or ACT).
Early Decision is a binding admissions plan and is a great option if PC is your top college choice. If accepted, you agree to withdraw all other applications and commit to attending PC by submitting the $400 non-refundable deposit by January 15.
Early Action is a non-binding admissions plan that will allow you to receive an early admissions decision without the obligation to commit early. Your non-refundable enrollment deposit is due by May 1. Meeting this application deadline qualifies you for all merit scholarships, including the Griffith Scholarship.
Regular Decision qualifies you for consideration for the remaining merit-based and music scholarships. Applications are still accepted after the priority date if you are interested in applying for Regular Decision.
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Space in the incoming class becomes limited for candidates submitting applications after February 1. PC bases admissions decisions on available space, academic performance, and talents.