In order to qualify for federal loans and need-based grant programs, we suggest you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Add Presbyterian College (FAFSA Code: 003445) to your list of FAFSA recipients.
OFFER OF ADMISSION
Now THIS is important. Once you make the incredible choice to be a Blue Hose, it’s time to log in to the student portal and accept your admission offer. Now get excited! You’re almost official!
What to do: Scroll to the bottom of the page to the section labeled “Forms” and click on “Reply to Offer of Admission.” Now, select “Accept Offer” and sign your name.
Once you accept your offer of admission, you’ll be prompted to pay your (non-refundable) enrollment deposit. Later in the spring, this step unlocks your access to academic advising, class registration, and your housing assignment.
get plugged in
It’s time to meet and greet other accepted PC students. Get to know your soon-to-be classmates. Download the ZeeMee app, follow Presbyterian College, and join the Accepted Student Community.
mark your calendar
You are officially invited to Accepted Students Day on Saturday, March 28! So what can you expect to experience at this event? Food trucks, a DJ, a photo booth, and plenty of opportunities to meet your future classmates. You won’t want to miss this!
FIND A ROOMmATE
Once you submit your enrollment deposit, the Office of Residence Life will provide your login credentials for our roommate matching system, Please Don’t Snore. Create your profile highlighting any academic/extracurricular interests, study habits, and most importantly, your sleeping preferences. Our system will match to those who fit best. Take your time browsing and then pick the best candidate.
FIND YOUR ADVISER
It’s time to take the next step and find your Academic Adviser. In addition to helping you select classes, this individual will be available to help answer any questions you may have. You will be assigned an academic adviser based on your academic needs. You can also email email@example.com if you have any questions about advising.
New Student Orientation is the next leg of your journey and is required for all new students. This is an action-packed day and a great snapshot of life here at PC. Overnight sessions are also available to introduce you to PC.
After graduation, be sure to send your final transcript and any necessary paperwork to us for review. You can also email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a physical copy to the following address:
Office of Admissions
503 South Broad Street, Clinton, SC 29325
It’s time to get packed and get moving. All your questions regarding on-campus living can be found by visiting the Office of Residence Life »
MAKE YOUR MOVE
In August, PC faculty, staff, and students will help you move into your new home away from home. Don’t forget to order a parking pass.
This is most important step of all! Be bold. Dream bigger. Fear nothing. And have fun doing it. Here’s to the future! Don’t look back.