Presbyterian College is a residential college. Our residence halls and residential communities are where you feel the most at home and develop relationships with peers in a community. Each of our residence halls has a para-professional Residence Advisor (RA) who works with the Residence Life staff to provide a safe environment. Our goal is to offer opportunities for self-development and growth to our students.
PC features a mix of housing facilities that include hall-style, suite-style, and apartment-style residential buildings. These buildings fall under East & West campus respectively as follows:
PC also offers three living-learning communities:
- Carol International House (CIH), which houses PC students and international exchange and degree-seeking students, provides special programming related to international studies and experiences.
- Reynolds Hall houses “The Nest,” a Christian community serving as a resource for the entire campus in related programming.
- Charlotte Hawkins Brown Multicultural Student Union House (MSU House) is a living and learning community that seeks to provide a safe and affirming space, raise cultural consciousness on the campus, and sponsor educational and cultural competency programming for the PC community.