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Presbyterian College is a terrible school, and itAverageBiology
Presbyterian College is a terrible school, and it is not worth the money. Academically, the school is harder than any other college, and I don't know why. There is mold in almost all of the dorms. The heat and air doesn't work in some of the rooms. The professor don't have a life of their own, so they are always giving out homework and difficult tests.
1st Year Female -- Class 2019
Perceived Campus Safety: A, Education Quality: F
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PC is a rigorous academic environment.BrightMath
PC is a rigorous academic environment. The academic departments are challenging, but the school is dedicated to your success if you show consistent effort. It is conservative for a college campus, and the faculty knows everyone by name. Also, there are several Christian extracurricular groups that are very enjoyable.
1st Year Male -- Class 1920
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Surrounding City: D-
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I graduated from PC.BrightPolitical Science
I graduated from PC. I have gone on to completely two masters degrees at a large university so I now have some perspective about how completely f***ed up PC really was. There is no diversity whatsoever. Clinton is impoverished and PC is full of rich private school kids who don't do much to help the surrounding area. This always bothered me as a student. This school is not friendly towards its athletes who work hard day after day exhausting themselves and then taking on the same course load as non athletes. The administration and advisors are horrible and do not act in the students' best interest. My dorm room ceiling was basically caving in above me and it took several tries to get it fixed. I am highly allergic to cats and one year there were numerous stray cats living below my floor in the crawl space and campus administrators did nothing to resolve the problem after several requests. There was also a mold issue. The food is terrible. The only good thing I have to say is about the Political Science dept-all the professors were amazing. They are knowledgeable, challenging, and seem to actually care about their students. However I would not recommend this school to anyone. It's a weird, backwards, shut off place that ses more like high school than college.
4th Year Female -- Class 2007
Education Quality: A+, Individual Value: F
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