Presbyterian College Reviews

  • 4 Reviews
  • Clinton (SC)
  • Annual Tuition: $41,900
100% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 4 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

John Marshall Crowe
  • Reviewed: 3/21/2021
  • Degree: Sociology
"I started at PC back in 1975. I found the required Bible introductory courses to be rather liberal, but fell in love with learning NT Greek Taking Greek improved my English which needed to be stronger. A group of us ate breakfast together three days a week before our 8 am Greek class to go over our notes, practice talking to each other in our growing Greek vocabulary plus calling each other by our Greek names which we did anyway on campus. At the end of first year Greek, I felt like I had conquered the whole educational system. I also enjoyed taking the History of Christian Thought course and the basic World history classes plus some basic Sociology courses. Beyond classwork, I met some great people there. We started a Christian Coffee House, the CIA, Christians in Action in the basement of the student center. Several of us were part of the various service ministries sponsored by the school and directed by the campus minister. The food and the sense of community in the Cafeteria was wonderful. First Presbyterian Church was ok, but there was a smaller Presbyterian church in the countryside that was awesome. Several of us were part of a weekly Bible study that met at the house of Mamma and Pappa G. We had enough influence on campus that we were able to organize a campus Christian Crusade. We also started a puppet ministry which we had no money for to begin with, but found people to support us financially. Back in those days, there were several times when our CIA lights were on all night and we were open all day because of holding 24 hour prayer meetings for various reasons. Those were some times of radical Christian discipleship and several of us did become pastors or go into some form of ministry. Nevertheless, most of the group remains a bunch of radical Christians. If you ever need prayer, they are the people to contact. I am still in touch with the large core of my Christian friends from back then although I transferred to East Carolina University in Greenville, NC after my sophomore year. I hated to leave my friends but the school began to feel too small and the Sociology department only had three professors. The College, the Church and the Orphanage has a wonderful history of being founded by the founding pastor of First Presbyterian Church. However, I doubt he would be happy with the liberal theology taught at the college. It is a fine school to start at and stay if you don't mind it being small. That Coffee House did survive several years after we all graduated, but I have no idea if it is still there. Anyway, it is a great College."
Van Nibert
  • Reviewed: 3/13/2017
  • Degree: Psychology
"Presbyterian College is a private, liberal arts college that provided me with the critical thinking, communicational, and intellectual skills that have allowed me to succeed both in the real world, and in my path towards attending law school. After four years at Presbyterian College, I left confident that I received an education that was thorough, all-encompassing, and that through hard work, would propel me into success at the next level. At Presbyterian College, I earned a 4.0 GPA and received Valedictorian honors, which was the most meaningful award I have received to date because of the amount of time, effort, and work that was shown in the four years I attended this amazing school. I'm forever thankful for the opportunity to have received such a well-rounded education at Presbyterian College and look forward to my future as an attorney because of this institution."
  • Reviewed: 11/3/2015
  • Degree: History
"I greatly enjoyed my college experience and felt as if I got my money's worth. My time at PC allowed me to grow intellectually, socially, and spiritually. I feel as if I am greatly prepared to actively participate in the workforce."
Blake Hawkins
  • Reviewed: 6/6/2014
  • Degree: Pharmacy
"The school limits the amount of people in each class to 80 per year which allows everyone to know everybody and the teachers are more accessible. The only downside in the cost to live near campus and the lack of entertainment and restaurants in the downtown area of Clinton"