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Brown Hall

Work crews are busy this week at Limestone College's Walter W. Brown Residence Hall putting down sod and doing landscaping work.

The 200-bed facility will be open to students for the fall semester.

Accompanying photo taken July 26, 2016.

For more photos of the work being done at Brown Residence Hall, please visit the official Limestone College Facebook page at

Sweating on a hot summer night, 80 Limestone College football players spent Wednesday evening, July 20, volunteering their time to repair a loose railing on a back porch and do landscaping work outside two Habitat for Humanity homes.

Football players killed a wasp’s nest and removed a tree which had grown into the side of a house in the nonprofit organization’s Hope Acres subdivision off Sarratt Street in Gaffney. Another group of players were busy putting mulch around a flower bed, mowing and weeding outside a home across the street.

Mike Furrey Camp

Limestone College conducted two football camps on Thursday, July 14, and two more are scheduled for next week.

The Mike Furrey Little League Camp was held during the morning, while the Limestone College Football High School Prospect Camp was conducted in the afternoon of July 14. Furrey, a former NFL standout and assistant coach at Marshall University, is entering his first season as the Saints' head coach.

Peach Festival

The 2016 South Carolina Peach Festival starts soon, and Limestone College is once again a proud sponsor and host for several events.

Limestone will be home to the Fun Run & Road Races (Timken Center), Dog Show (Timken Field) and the Miss S.C. Peach Festival Pageant (Fullerton Auditorium) on Saturday, July 9. The College's Fullerton Auditorium will also host New Talent Night on Thursday, July 14.

The complete S.C. Peach Festival schedule is below. For more information, visit



Miss Limestone College Keasha Currence was presented with the “Spirit Award” by judges on Saturday, June 25, at the 2016 Miss South Carolina Scholarship Pageant held at Township Auditorium in Columbia.

The “Spirit Award” is presented each year to the contestant the judges feel most benefitted from her Miss South Carolina experience, and saw in her a great amount of potential and growth. The award included a $500 scholarship.

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Limestone at a Glance

In class or Online Programs
98% receive financial aid
10 buildings on Limestone's front campus are on the National Register of Historic Places
34 states & 20 countries represented in the student body
80% of Day Program instructors have their PhD or other terminal degree
Student / Faculty ratio 12.5:1