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Gold & Blue Promise

Limestone’s Gold & Blue Promise makes it possible for qualifying transfer students to realize their dreams of earning a four-year degree TUITION FREE, regardless of family income level.

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Neuschwanstein Castle - Schwangau, Germany


We believe that learning about other cultures and experiencing those cultures is an integral part of every student’s education.

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  • 11 NCAA Division II Team & Individual National Championships
  • 26 Athletics Teams
  • Hundreds of All-Americans & Academic All-Americans

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Bob Prevatte Statue Unveiling

Statue Unveiled As Part of Prevatte Complex Dedication

Legendary football coach and educator Bob Prevatte officially has a forever home at Limestone College.

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Gold & Blue Promise

Limestone College has launched a novel new program – the “Gold & Blue Promise” – that makes it possible for qualifying transfer students to realize their dreams of earning a four-year degree tuition free.

Transfer students with a grade point average of 3.6 or higher will now automatically qualify for Limestone’s $12,500 “Gold & Blue Promise” scholarship, regardless of family income level. From there, Limestone will combine all sources of scholarship and grant awards to count toward covering the student’s cost of tuition.

Teacher Cadet Students at Library

Students from both Blacksburg High and Gaffney High visited the Limestone College campus on Wednesday, Oct. 3, as part of the Teacher Cadet Program. 

The students were met by Limestone’s Education Department Pre-service Teachers and faculty members. The primary goal of the Teacher Cadet Program is to encourage academically talented, high-achieving high school students with exemplary interpersonal and leadership skills to consider teaching as a career. An important secondary goal is to develop future community leaders who will become civic advocates for education. 

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Emmy award winning broadcaster, journalist, and interactive news anchor Amy Wood will be the commencement speaker at Limestone College’s graduation ceremonies at the conclusion of the current fall semester.

Limestone College will confer degrees on graduates from its various programs during its two commencement exercises on Saturday, Dec. 14, inside Fullerton Auditorium.

Wood, who for nearly three decades has been bringing award-winning stories to WSPA TV, will speak at both commencements. More details about the graduation ceremonies will be announced soon.

Erin Pushman 2019

Limestone College Professor Erin Pushman has recently had two essays published in literary magazines.

 “Through the Windshield (or Why I Did Not Run),” is now in the current issue of Pangyrus. In addition, “Five Minutes” is out in Mutha Magazine in both the print and online editions.

Pangyrus is one of the many literary magazines that makes up Poets & Writers, the nation’s largest nonprofit organization serving creative writers.


Limestone College will welcome the 2019 Fall Conference of the South Carolina Association of Teacher Educators later this month.

Known as SCATE, the South Carolina Association of Teacher Educators is the premier educational organization for individual members in South Carolina. The Association is committed to the improvement of teacher education through publications, conferences, and providing networking opportunities for its members.

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    Limestone at a Glance

    Student / Faculty ratio 13:1
    In class or Online Programs
    98% receive financial aid
    9 buildings on Limestone's front campus are on the National Register of Historic Places
    34 states & 32 countries represented in the student body
    82% of Day Program instructors have their PhD or other terminal degree