The Campaign has ended, and the doors of Neville Hall are once again opened!
As Chair of the Neville Renewed Campaign, I had the good fortune to meet and work with many alumni and friends of PC who truly believe in this College and want to support the young men and women who choose a Presbyterian College education. I will be forever grateful for the members of the campaign committee and all those who volunteered their time to help make this campaign a success. To those who made financial commitments, I am appreciative of your devotion to PC’s mission and your desire to invest in its future by financially supporting the heart of campus, Neville Hall. This historic building is where students learn, engage, and build relationships that will last a lifetime. Thanks to the generosity of our alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends, the Campaign raised more than $11.4 million in private support to renovate and expand our beloved Neville.
If you have not yet had the opportunity to visit the renewed and reopened Neville Hall, I encourage you to do so. The addition of the Cornelson Center has provided much-needed space; the Mary Bailey Vance Suitt rotunda is breathtaking; and the Bailey Gallery, currently showcasing work from the Bailey, Suitt, and Dixon families, provides an opportunity to display art by PC students and local artists. The Met and Married Wall proudly displays the names of alumni who began their life as a couple while attending Presbyterian College. We never dreamed it would turn out this magnificent.
From the bottom of my heart, thank you. Thank you for supporting our faculty, thank you for supporting our students, and thank you for supporting the very core of our PC.
E.G. Lassiter ‘69
Chair, Neville Renewed Campaign