Clinton, South Carolina


107 majors, minors, and programsincluding Pharmacy and other health care professions


Total enrollment

100%  of students participate in internships, research, or study abroad.

$24 Mil. in scholarship and financial aid awarded annually

95%  of graduates are employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.

Take a tour with our student ambassadors, speak with a professor about the academic side of being a Blue Hose, and interact with an admission counselor in order to get a firsthand look at the PC experience.

Be unconventional—be a Blue Hose
Justin Bethel missed tryouts for middle school band, so he tried out for football instead. That wasn’t the end of his interest in music, but it was the beginning of a journey that would take him to the NFL. And his first stop? Presbyterian College.

With his eye on the NFL, Justin sought a college that would provide him with a well-rounded education and an opportunity to play football. Music was also important to Justin, and he knew he wanted to keep it in his life in some way while at school. Many consider his array of interests somewhat unconventional. Some might even encourage him to embrace only one of his passions. Well, not everyone—not every college.

At Presbyterian College, we make the unconventional conventional
We do this by allowing students to pursue their many passions through the liberal arts. Such freedom provides students with an opportunity to customize their education, enabling them to get the most out of their time as an undergraduate.

This is why Justin Bethel chose to attend Presbyterian College. At PC, his multiple passions flourished via his liberal arts education. He was a Blue Hose on the football field, a performer in the jazz and pep bands, and a student pursuing a degree in Business Administration.
Unconventional? Not at PC.