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PC Demographics & Diversity

Clinton, South Carolina

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Racial Demographics & Diversity

Racial Diversity

A college's ethnic diversity is indicated by the student body's equal inclusion of students from different backgrounds . Students at PC are mostly White with a smaller Black population. The school has low racial diversity. 23% percent of students are minorities or people of color (BIPOC). The ethnic breakdown is detailed in the following table.

Racial demographics of Presbyterian College students
Race Percent of Students
White 77%
Black 14%
Hispanic 3%
Asian 1%
American Indian / Alaskan 0%
Hawaiian / Pacific Islander 0%
Two or more races 2%
International 1%
Race Unknown 1%

Gender Demographics & Diversity

Gender Diversity

There are 35% more female students than male students enrolled at Presbyterian College with a gender ratio of 57% women to 43% men. Compared to the US average of 56% female students, PC has a lower gender diversity than other US colleges and is slightly less inclusive of males.

Male to female gender ratio for Presbyterian College students
Gender Percent of Students
Men 43%
Women 57%
Enrollment by gender for Presbyterian College students
Gender Number of Students
Men 558
Women 751

Geographic Diversity

Geographic Diversity

PC serves a low number of students outside of South Carolina, with 67 percent of the student body residing in-state.

Enrollment by geographic location for Presbyterian College students
Origin Percent of Students
In State 67%
Out of State 31%
Foreign 2%
Unknown Location 0%

Economic Diversity

Median Household Income
$62,666 per year

33% of students can be considered low-income as indicated by their receipt of Federal Pell Grant Aid.

Undergrad Student Population

Undergrad enrollment by age and part time status
Segment Percent of Students
Students Over 25 Years Old 0.9%
Part time Undergrads 1.4%

Primary data source, U.S. Department of Education https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/?id=218539 IPEDS survey data for Presbyterian College.