These short videos cover lots of topics– from the best places to eat in Clinton to a day in the life of a PC student and professor.
Life at PC
Visiting campus is the best way to see what life could be like for you as a PC student. But watching a video can give you a sense of what that's like as well.
TAKE OUR VIRTUAL TOUR
Our virtual tour is live! While we know it’s not the same as walking around campus, we hope this will give you a glimpse of what life looks like in our corner of the world. Sit back, relax, and enjoy taking in the beauty of your future home.
In this spoof of MTV Cribs, follow along as recent PC graduate Jerius Duncan gives a tour of our variety of on-campus housing options. From suite-style rooms to apartments, we’ve got it all! You may even spot one of our most exotic residents…Janet the Emu.
FLAT-TOPS, FRYERS, AND FLAMES
We’re taking you on a trip to Taste City in this spoof of Guy Fieri’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives! Buddy Ferrari stopped by to check out some of Clinton’s best local eateries. We guarantee that this video will leave your mouth watering!
MEET CASSY LOPEZ
PC student Cassy Lopez made news as the first-ever women’s wrestler in Division 1. She’s also an awesome example of how PC is the perfect place for students who have a variety of academic and extracurricular interests!
BE BOLD: ASHLEY MCCOLLUM
Ashley believes that the lessons she learned from her PC mentors are what helped her land jobs at NBC and BuzzFeed. And now she’s a vice president at Westbrook Media.
MEET THE PC FAMILY
As any Blue Hose will tell you, it’s the people who make PC different from all the other colleges and universities. Meet Dr. Dean Thompson, an English professor who has been teaching on the front steps of Neville Hall since 1988!
PC has small classes, numerous South Carolina Professors of the Year, and a sterling academic reputation. These aspects certainly impress, but what else makes PC different from all the other schools on your list? In this short video, a recent graduate talks about what mattered most during her four years at PC.
We might be a little biased, but we think we have one of the most beautiful campuses you’ll find. Follow along as student Sarah Smith shows you some of her favorite spots on campus.
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