New Student Mentor Staff 2018

Brenna Ashe

Class of 2019
North Augusta, S.C.
Political Science and History

Brenna’s favorite thing about PC is that everyone really lives by our motto, “Dum Vivimus Servimus.” She advises new students to “be yourself and be as involved as you can.” Brenna can name all of the U.S. Presidents in order.

Shelby Baker

Class of 2021
Summerville, S.C.
Biology

Shelby’s favorite thing about PC is being able to walk around campus and know almost every person she sees. Her best advice for new students is that “freshman year is the time to meet new people and try new things; so don’t be afraid to make mistakes. It is okay to not have everything figured out.” Shelby’s favorite food is fettuccine alfredo.

Jacob Bridges

Class of 2021
Gray Court, S.C.
History, Business, and Psychology

Jacob’s favorite thing about PC is the sense of belonging and acceptance. He advises new students to, “get involved in as much as you can handle.” Jacob raises and sells English Bulldogs.

Cassandra Drezek

Class of 2019
Irmo, S.C.
Early Childhood Education

Cassandra loves that PC “is beautiful and the professors are always there to help you.” This is her third year as a New Student Mentor and she says that new students should, “make the most of your first year, but stay true to yourself and your future.” Cassandra has a duplex kidney.

Jerius Duncan

Class of 2020
Simpsonville, S.C.
Political Science and Theatre, Music minor

Jerius loves the people at PC. His best advice for a new student is to “get involved in as much as you can.” Jerius played as Papa Ogre in Shrek.

Brianna Estes

Class of 2019
Woodruff, S.C.
History, Religion and Philosophy, Creative Writing minor

Brianna is this year’s Orientation Assistant. This will be her third year as a New Student Mentor. She loves the “feel of community and small class sizes. Also the close relationships with professors.” Her best advice for new students is to “be you and stay open minded!” Brianna has climbed multiple ancient Mayan ruins in the Yucatan peninsula.

Lance Harvey

Class of 2020
Locust Grove, Ga.
Political Science

His best advice for new students is to “get involved, study hard, and take opportunities.” His favorite thing about PC is the student-teacher relationship. “The ease and accessibility of office hours show just how much professors care.” A random fact about Lance is that he has a twin sister named Brittany.

Zoe Montague

Class of 2020
Davidson, N.C.
Accounting, Political Science

Zoe is a returning New Student Mentor. Her favorite thing about PC is the community. “Everyone wants to be here and it shows.” Her best advice for new students is “get involved; join activities that you didn’t do in high school.” A random fact about Zoe is that she can solve a Rubik’s Cube.

Cassie Nichols

Class of 2020
Clinton, S.C.
Political Science, Media Studies minor

Cassie loves “how welcoming and warm the PC campus is.” Her best advice for new students is to “get involved with everything and anything on campus. Be open to new people becoming your friends.” Cassie loves the GDH rice Krispy treats and her dog, Cooper.

Stewart Robertson

Class of 2019
Oxfort, Ga.
Psychology major, Biology minor

Stewart’s favorite thing about PC is “the food staff and the staff in general.” He wants new students to know that “everyone around you is just as confused, so don’t worry and ask questions.” A random fact about Stewart is that his dad is from England.

Sarah Smith

Class of 2021
Columbia, S.C.
Biology and History

Sarah loves the PC campus and how close everything is. She says her best advice for PC’s newest students is to “get involved on campus, try new things, and don’t be afraid to ask questions.” Sarah donated 12 inches of hair to Locks-of-Love in December.

Jordan Streett

Class of 2019
Chapin, S.C.
English major; Theatre and History minors

Jordan is another returning New Student Mentor. Her favorite thing about PC is professors in her department. She advises new students to “try out at least 3 new things when you get on campus- make friends, and get to know your RA. They are here to help!” Jordan won first place in the SC Beta Club spelling bee in high school.

Do you have a question about Orientation or other services at Presbyterian College? We’d love to hear from you!

KaleyLindquist

Kaley Lindquist, MS

Assistant Director 
of Career Development
& New Student Orientation

Springs Student Center 206

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Applications due to kelindqui@presby.edu by February 10, 2017

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