Congratulations on your acceptance to Limestone College!
We are excited about your goal of obtaining a Limestone College degree. The door to your future is open. You need only to walk through it to establish your course.
We would love the opportunity to meet you in person and discuss those things you feel are most important to your personal happiness and future success. Make plans now to attend one of our Open Houses or call 1-800-795-7151 ext. 4552 to set up an appointment that is convenient for you.
Now that you've been accepted to Limestone College, we want you to get connected. Limestone College CampusConnector will help! You should have received an email invitation to connect with other students, resources and student clubs offered here at Limestone. Please take the time to complete the brief profile if you have not already done so. We look forward to connecting with you!
An advance deposit of $100 for students living in a College residence hall or $50 for students commuting to campus is required of all new students (freshmen and transfers) upon receipt of the acceptance letter.
This advance deposit will be credited to student accounts at the beginning of each semester.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid: This form is used as an application for all federal assistance including Federal Pell Grants, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, Federal Loans, Federal Work Study, and South Carolina State Tuition Grant.
The College provides residential facilities and a residence life program for its students. All students who have earned less than 90 hours or are under 21 years of age are required to live in residence halls unless they reside with their immediate family (parent, stepparent, brother or sister over the age of 21, grandparents and step-grandparents) living within a 50-mile radius of the College and are commuting from home.
All day students admitted to Limestone must provide a completed "Medical History and Physical Examination" form and a copy of a record of immunization.
Contact Admissions Office to arrange Assessment Examinations (Placement Tests)
The purpose of the examinations is to asses, identify, and eliminate any academic deficiencies in fundamental mathematics skills, reading, writing, oral communication, and basic use of computers.
This appointment will be with your Academic Advisor or someone in the Registrar's Office.
Your future begins now!
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The Honors Program was established at Limestone College in 1983 to create a challenging academic environment for gifted and special ability Day Program students . Admission to the Honors Program is by invitation from the Honors Committee.