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:
- Barron Hall
- Belk Hall
- Carol International House (CIH)*
- Clinton Hall
- Fraternity Court
- Grotnes Hall
- Charlotte Hawkins Brown Multicultural Student Union House (MSU House)
- Spradley Hall
- and the Townhouses
- Georgia Hall
- Smyth Hall
- Scottish Arms
- New Upperclassmen Housing
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.
For questions regarding residence facilities, please contact the Residence Life Office at 864-833-8277 or firstname.lastname@example.org.