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5 Essential Presbyterian College Facts

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Presbyterian College-Private

Clinton, South Carolina
1,353 (1,102 undergraduates)
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2019-20 Accepted: 75%
4 Year Graduation Rate: 62%
5 Year Graduation Rate: 67%
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What you need to know on how to pay for college at Presbyterian College

1. COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID INDICATORS

Scholarships
2019-20 Total Expenses: $53,910
Average Net Price 18-19: $19,778
Freshman Non-Federal Loans: 9%
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2. 75th PERCENTILE TEST SCORES

SAT EBRW: 620
SAT Math: 610
ACT: 26
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3. Presbyterian College Common Data Set-not posted

(Sources: Big Future, College Data)
Percent Freshman not in top quarter of class: 47%
Percent Freshman with GPA <3.50: 83%
Percent of Freshman Need Met: 83%
Percent of Non-Need Freshman Receiving Awards: 99%
Average Freshman Non-Need Award: $19,130
(compare to other college’s Common Data Set)

Class Schedule: Yes
Shows Class Capacity: No, only seats available
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4. Athletics

NCAA D1, Big South

Presbyterian College athletic team listing

5. Reasons to consider Presbyterian College:

PC Summer Fellows
Micro-Internships
Russell Program for Media, Technology, and Society
Space Weather Undergraduate Research Laboratory
Confucius Institute

Credit Accepted:
Dual credit
Advanced placement (AP) credits

Carnegie Classification:  Baccalaureate Colleges: Arts & Sciences Focus
Religious Affiliation: Presbyterian Church (USA)

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5 Essential Presbyterian College Facts

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