A year later, the new dorms are ready
Presbyterian College hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony August 7, to celebrate the completion of new student housing on PC’s campus.
The board of trustees, administrators, faculty and staff, financial partners, those who worked directly with the construction, as well as alumni and community guests, gathered at the fountain near Neville and Richardson halls for the ceremony. The event took place in front of the new buildings — just a few yards away from where shovels turned at the groundbreaking ceremony last fall. The new student housing consists of three buildings located on Johnson Field behind Springs Student Center. There are a combined 36 residential units, which will house 144 students, primarily juniors and seniors, who will move in beginning this fall. Each unit contains four single rooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and a common gathering space. -- See more: presby.edu -- Photos by Vic MacDonald