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As a graduate of Limestone College you are automatically a member of the Limestone College Alumni Association which works to further the professional and intellectual growth of Limestone graduates.


As one of the premier Division II athletic programs in the nation, the Limestone College Athletics Department offers student-athletes more than just the opportunity to be successful on the field.

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


William Brown

Gaffney native and Limestone Board of Trustee member William Brown will be recognized on Thursday, May 7, with an Honorary Doctoral Degree from Limestone College.

Brown will be honored by Limestone particularly for his philanthropic support of the College and his service on the Board of Trustees.

The Honorary Doctor of Public Service Degree will be bestowed upon Brown during Thursday’s Day Program commencement exercises that begin at 4 p.m. at Fullerton Auditorium.

Students at Graduation ceremony

With the spring semester coming to a close, Limestone College will hold three commencement exercises this week at Fullerton Auditorium.

Limestone will confer a total of 281 degrees during those graduations planned for May 7-9. Board of Trustees Chairman Richard Baines will welcome graduates, family members and guests each day.


Jamar Peete understands the anger driving the riots in Baltimore. He grew up in West Baltimore, went to the now-defunct Walbrook High, about a mile or so from the spot where the riots began Monday. Many of those involved in throwing rocks and bottles at police are the same age as the students he tries to reach every day at Patterson High in Baltimore.

Limestone in Spring

Limestone College’s A.J. Eastwood Library will host a student research symposium on Monday, April 27, and Tuesday April 28.

Topics will include the areas of Psychology, Criminal Justice, Art, Business, and Education.

Summer Session

Students who are looking for a way to get ahead in their school work this summer will not have to search very far.

Limestone College will be offering Summer Session classes at its Gaffney campus to high school and college students during the month of June.