Thank you for an incredible weekend full of fun, celebrations, and reconnection!
We look forward to seeing you next year for Homecoming 2019!
Friday, October 26
Scotoberfest - postponed until November 9
Noon – 2 p.m.
Lawn beside Neville, between Laurens and Smyth
The Department of History will be hosting its annual Scotoberfest on the lawn beside Neville. There will be Bagpipes, food, and traditional Scottish game. All are welcome!
Ben Hay Hammet Society Reception
5:30 – 6:45 p.m.
President’s House (Invitation Only)
The Ben Hay Hammet Society is invited to the President’s House Friday evening to honor the members of the class of 1968 on the occasion of their 50th class reunion. The Ben Hay Hammet Society includes and celebrates all Presbyterian College alumni who graduated 50 or more years ago.
7 – 10 p.m.
Mabry-Smith-Yonce (MSY) Directions »
Due to expected inclement weather, the Friday night Homecoming Celebration has been moved from Neville grounds to the Mabry-Smith-Yonce (MSY) building adjacent to Templeton Physical Education Center on Ashland Drive at the end of East Campus. The Carolina Coast Band will be performing and the following food trucks will be serving food: Scott Benny’s, ThoroughFare, Chuck Truck, and Pigs on Fire. Parking is available at the MSY, Harper Center, and GDH parking lots.
Food Trucks List
Pigs on Fire
The Chuck Truck
Saturday, October 27
Alpha Sigma Phi Alumni Meeting
8:30 – 9:45 a.m.
Harrington Peachtree Center Room 214
All Alpha Sigman Phi alumni are invited to join your brothers for a meeting to discuss how the alumni can help support the Chapter. Please contact Art Driscoll Miller at email@example.com with any questions you may have and to let him know you will attend. You may also register to attend through the Homecoming registration page.
Women's & Men's Tennis Teams Alumni Matches
9 – 11 a.m.
Courts at Templeton
All Tennis alumni are welcome to play against members of the current teams or just come watch and fellowship with current team members and alumni at the courts by Templeton. Contact Catherine Dunagan or Patrick Fediuk if you would like to play or for additional information.
Softball Alumni Game and Brunch
9 – 11 a.m.
PC Softball Field
All Softball alumni are invited to join the coaches and team in the PCSB Alumni Game. There will be a brunch following the game. Please contact Asst. Coach Shelby Petik ’15 or Asst. Coach Karly Thompson to let them know if you can attend and to indicate if you’d like to play.
Alumni Awards Ceremony
Alumni Association will honor several award recipients and will hear from members of the PC music program. Members of the Ben Hay Hammet Society will also be recognized. All are welcome, and refreshments are available from 9:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. in the lobby of Edmunds.
Class of 1988 Tailgate
In front of Bailey Memorial Stadium
An area will be designated at the RV hookups for the class reunion. More details will be sent to the class.
Decade of the 1980's Tailgate
Tartan lot area near the front of Bailey Memorial Stadium
Brad ’85 & Mary ’84 Spearman, Rodney ’85 & Amy ’85 Revis, and Steve ’84 & Gayla ’85 Smith welcome any ’80’s grads who’d like to tailgate prior to the Homecoming game at their usual tailgate spot in the Tartan lot area near the stadium. Bring some food, chairs, and beverages and join in. The more the merrier. (We know the class of 1988 has their own reunion tailgate in the RV lot.)
Class of 1993 Tailgate
under the trees in the middle of the $5 parking area
Keelie Yonce Gossett and Angie Akins Keels will have a tailgate under the trees in the middle of the $5 parking area for any Class of 1993 (25-year reunion) members who would like to stop by. Bring food, drink, and chairs and join in.
Class of 1998 Tailgate
Area along East Maple Street
The Class of 1998 will gather for a 20-Year Reunion Tailgate. An area along East Maple Street will be designated for the gathering. Classmates should bring food, drinks, and chairs and join with others to celebrate the 20th Reunion.
Early 2000's Tailgate
General Admission Parking Lot behind the Garnet Parking
Emily Grigg and Fritz Whittemore are hosting the Early 2000’s tailgate. This tailgate welcomes all PC graduates from the early 2000s and their families. We’ll have cornhole and other tailgate games to play. Please plan to bring a side item to share and BYOB. The tailgate spot will be at the top of the General Admission Parking Lot just behind the Garnet Parking.
Class of 2008 Tailgate
along East Maple Street
Justine Schwindel, Gabe Ford, Ben Dollar, Joni Holmes, and Brennan Gerards are leading the charge for the Class of 2008’s 10-Year Reunion Tailgate. An area along East Maple Street will be designated for the gathering. Classmates should bring food, drinks, and chairs and join with others to celebrate the 10th Reunion. Sign up for what you’ll bring »
Fifth Annual Kappa Alpha Reunion BBQ
KA Alumni are invited to lunch at the KA House. Meet with other KA members and swap stories about the good times of being a part of the Presbyterian College KA family.
Blue Pride BBQ/Faculty Tailgate
Bailey Memorial Stadium
Join fellow alumni and family to enjoy a traditional Homecoming BBQ lunch under the oaks at the Stadium. The Faculty welcomes all alumni!
PC Football vs. Monmouth
Bailey Memorial Stadium
Cheer on the Presbyterian College Blue Hose as they take on the Monmouth Hawks! Go, Blue Hose!
PC Volleyball vs. Charleston Southern
Cheer on the Presbyterian College Blue Hose as they take on the CSU Buccaneer! Go, Blue Hose!
Class of 1968 Reunion Event
President’s House (Invitation Only)
The Class of 1968 will enjoy reconnecting and sharing food, fun, and fellowship with fellow class members, including classmate President Bob Staton and his wife, Phyllis.
“Re-Connecting” for the Classes of 1965-1975
House of Pizza in Clinton
An informal event for this decade of classes.
Directions to Campus
From Columbia, S.C.
Take I-26 West toward Spartanburg to Exit 54. Turn left onto Highway 72.
From Greenville, S.C.
Take I-385 South toward Columbia to Exit 2. Turn right and travel about 2 miles until you must veer right.
From Spartanburg, S.C.
Take I-26 East toward Columbia to Exit 52. Turn right onto Highway 56. Travel on 56 until it intersects with Highway 72. Turn right onto Highway 72.
From Asheville, N.C.
Take I-26 East to Spartanburg; see directions from Spartanburg.
From Charlotte, N.C.
Take I-77 South toward Columbia to Exit 65. Turn right onto Highway 9 and go to Chester. In Chester, turn left onto Highway 72, and take Highway 72 to Clinton.
From Atlanta, Ga.
Take I-85 North to Greenville; see directions from Greenville.
From Savannah, Ga.
Take I-95 N in Hardeeville from US-17 N. Follow I-95 N and I-26 W to SC-72 W in Clinton. Take exit 54 from I-26 W. Follow SC-72 W and N Adair St to Presbyterian College Rd.
From Jacksonville, Fla.
Get on I-95 N from E State St. Follow I-95 N and I-26 W to SC-72 W in Clinton. Take exit 54 from I-26 W. Follow SC-72 W and N Adair St to Presbyterian College Rd.
From St. Petersburg, Fla.
Follow 19th Ave SE and 3rd St S to I-175 W. Follow I-275 N and I-75 N to FL-326 E in Marion County. Take exit 358 from I-75 N. Get on I-10 E in Jacksonville from US-301 N. Follow I-95 N and I-26 W to SC-72 W in Clinton. Take exit 54 from I-26 W. Follow SC-72 W and N Adair St to Presbyterian College Rd.
Springs Student Center
Scotsman’s Corner Hours
10 a.m. – 7 p.m. in the Springs Student Center
10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. in the Springs Student Center
12:30 p.m. to the end of the Football game at Bailey Memorial Stadium
Springs Food Court / GDH Hours
Visit us on Homecoming Weekend!
Friday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. in the Springs Student Center
Saturday: 10 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. in the Springs Student Center & 12:30 p.m. to the end of the Football game in Bailey Memorial Stadium
Go Blue Hose!