Seth Taft
Limestone University’s Dr. Seth Taft has been selected as the guest conductor of the 2024 South Carolina Region 5 Senior Band.

Best Online Master's in SC
Limestone University has been recognized as one of the 18 higher education institutions recently named to the list of “Best Online Master’s in South Carolina” by Online Masters Colleges (OMC), a prominent, trusted source for students seeking valuable resources on online higher education degree programs.

spirit camp
The Limestone University cheer and dance programs are hosting a Spirit Squad Kiddie Camp on Saturday, Feb. 17, at 8 a.m.

David Dorman
KNOW(2) will roll out the red carpet March 9 to honor Limestone University Alum and former Board of Trustees member David Dorman for his outstanding volunteer efforts at its seventh annual Oscar(s) banquet. Two others will also be recognized for their volunteer efforts during the event at the National Guard Armory in Gaffney. 

Ken Bible
In an appearance that will highlight the need for more cyber security talent in the workforce, the Department of Homeland Security’s Chief Information Security Officer, Kenneth Bible, will visit Limestone University on Wednesday, February 14.

Orejan COSMA
Dr. Jaime Orejan, Limestone University Professor of Sport Business, recently presented at the Excellence In Sport Management Education Conference that took place in Montgomery, AL. The event was sponsored by the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation (COSMA).

Black History Month 2024
Limestone University will host its annual Black History Month Observance on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 1 p.m., inside Fullerton Auditorium. The keynote speaker will be football coaching legend Willie E. Jeffries. The public is invited to attend, and admission is free. The event will also be live streamed for those who cannot attend.

play4kay
Join us as both the Limestone men's and women's basketball teams take on Catawba College on Wednesday, Jan. 31, at the Timken Center as part of the University’s “Play4Kay” event to honor warriors in the fight against all cancers affecting women.

Willie Jeffries
Willie E. Jeffries, one of the most legendary football coaches in Cherokee County and the state of South Carolina, will be the keynote speaker at Limestone University’s Black History Month Observance on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 1 p.m., inside Fullerton Auditorium.

Play4Kay Basketball Game
Join us as both the Men's and Women's Basketball teams take on Catawba College in what is sure to be exciting match-ups. The Play4Kay basketball games will be held on Wednesday, January 31, hosted by the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.

Protect The Rock T-Shirt
The first 30 Limestone University students through the doors at the Timken Center on Wednesday, Jan. 24, to support Saints basketball against Coker will receive a limited edition "Protect The Rock" t-shirt! Doors open at 4:30 p.m. The women's game tips-off at 5:30 p.m. and the men get underway at 7:30 p.m. #ProtectTheRock

Nursing Pre-Licensure
The South Carolina Board of Nursing recently approved Limestone University to begin offering a pre-licensure nursing program. As the regulating body for the practice of nursing the state, South Carolina Board of Nursing approval marks a significant milestone in the progress of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Pre-Licensure program.

Girls Girls Girls
Limestone University is calling for submissions for its next juried exhibition, “Girls! Girls! Girls!” at the Art Gallery located inside the Hines & Riggins Center.

Rahul Mehra
Rahul N. Mehra, M.D., was recently honored by the Tampa Bay Business & Wealth with the 2023 Philanthropist of the Year Lifetime Achievement Award for his service and commitment to rethinking the approach to mental health.

Seth Taft
Limestone University professor Dr. Seth Taft recently had his work published in the "Journal of Research in Music Education."

Stay Alert
Limestone University Students, Faculty, and Staff: Please be alert during hazardous weather conditions on and near our campus. In addition to messages that you receive from the Limestone University Emergency Alert System, please follow Limestone’s social media pages for vital safety information.

UPDATED: Severe Weather On October 29 Moves All Classes Online
Out of an abundance of caution, Limestone University officials, in cooperation with Limestone’s Campus Safety Department, have made the decision to close the campus on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2024, due to the potential for severe weather in our area. All Limestone University classes are cancelled for Tuesday. All Limestone University faculty and staff offices will be closed.

Lorrin Rollins
As she walked across the stage at Limestone University’s recent graduation ceremony, Lorrin Rollins was officially recognized for completing her Master of Social Work degree. Though she had received other degrees before, this one had even more meaning.

Pamela Evette 2023

South Carolina Lieutenant Governor Pamela Evette will be the Fall 2023 commencement speaker on Saturday, Dec.

library symposium

The Limestone University Library is hosting the Fall 2023 Student Research and Presentations Symposium on Friday, Dec. 8.

Presidential Search ad
Limestone University is now accepting applications for a visionary leader to serve as the 25th President of the non-denominational liberal arts institution located in Gaffney, SC.

CSWE
Limestone University has announced that the Commission on Accreditation, as part of the Council on Social Work Education (CWSE), has granted initial accreditation to its Master of Social Work Program.

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Limestone University Assistant Professor of Piano and Theory Dr. Michael Langer recently gave a presentation at the North Carolina Music Teachers Association annual conference held in Wilmington.

Bow Tie Day
Limestone University’s Call Me MiSTER program will soon be celebrating “Bow Tie Day” in remembrance of Stephen L. Jennings, a Limestone alumnus who tragically passed away in 2022.

Makers & Mentors Poster
The Limestone University Art Gallery has announced its latest juried art show, “Makers and Mentors,” featuring the work of local artists from elementary and middle school to graduate school and professionals.

Remembering Bob Prevatte
Funeral services for legendary coach Bob Prevatte will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 28, at First Baptist Church in Gaffney. The family will receive friends from 12:00 p.m. until 1:45 p.m. Funeral services will immediately follow at 2:00 p.m. at the church. Interment with military honors will be in Frederick Memorial Gardens. Limestone University is the proud home of the Bob Prevatte Athletic Complex that was made possible through a gift from Coach Prevatte's former player and long-time friend Jerry Richardson. The Saints' baseball field is also named for Coach Prevatte.

All Saints Christmas Poster 2023
Limestone University’s “All Saints Christmas” event on Saturday, Dec. 9, will be highlighted by musical performances, a reading of the Biblical Christmas Story, the official tree lighting ceremony, a visit from Santa Claus, and much more.

Limestone vs. VSU
To view photos from the Limestone University football team's first round NCAA Division II playoff game at Valdosta State on Saturday, Nov. 11, click the link provided.

Toy Drive 2023
'Tis the season for giving, and we’re counting on Limestone Nation to make Christmas just a little bit brighter for many local children.

Saintsgiving 2023
To celebrate generosity and to encourage giving, Limestone University will celebrate its 10th annual “SaintsGiving” on Tuesday, Nov. 28.

Winnie Davis Hall & Fountain
The Limestone University Board of Trustees recently voted to move forward with a search for a new full-time President, and Dr. Jim Prevost was appointed to Chair the committee that will identify and interview potential candidates in the coming months.

Mike Furrey Show
After taking care of business in Virginia on Saturday, all the Limestone University football team and coaching staff could do on Sunday was… wait.

All Saints Christmas Logo
A holiday tradition at Limestone University has a new name. The rebranded “All Saints Christmas” event will take place on Saturday, Dec. 9, during the same evening as the much-anticipated return of the luminaries to the campus and surrounding area.

Furrey - Playoff Article
Limestone University’s football team is knocking on the door to a second straight trip to the post-season. The Saints can wrap up an impressive regular season campaign with a victory over Emory & Henry this Saturday – which would push their overall record to 8-3 with one of the most difficult schedules in the nation.

Tie-Dye
The Limestone University Art Program will host a campus-wide tie-dye event on Thursday, Nov. 16, at 1 p.m., in the Granberry Amphitheater.

Best Online MSW
On the heels of its Master’s in Social Work being ranked No. 7 nationally and No. 1 in the United States among private non-profit institutions, Limestone University has once again been recognized as a top school for online education in healthcare. The website EduMed.org has ranked Limestone’s Online Bachelor’s in Social Work (BSW) No. 23 nationally for online degrees and certificates in the healthcare field going into 2024. Limestone’s BSW is ranked No. 4 nationally among private non-profit schools.

Furrey-Newberry
Winning is now becoming the norm for Limestone University’s football team. By virtue of last Saturday’s thrilling 28-24 victory over rival Newberry College, the Saints guaranteed themselves back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in program history.

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Limestone University's Director of the Library, Lizah Ismail, recently presented at the 2023 South Carolina Library Association Conference panel session entitled "Making OER Possible.”

Winter Wonder
The Limestone University and Community Chorus has announced its Fall 2023 choral concert, “Winter Wonder,” will take place on Sunday, Nov. 19, at 3 p.m. in Fullerton Auditorium. The concert is open to the public and admission is free.

Best Online MSW
Limestone University has been recognized as a top school for online education in healthcare for 2024. The website EduMed.org ranked Limestone’s Online Master’s In Social Work (MSW) No. 7 nationally for online degrees and certificates in the healthcare field going into 2024.

Blackout Graphic 2023
The tailgate area at the Clary Family Practice Field will open at 2 p.m. this Saturday, Oct. 21, prior to Limestone University's homecoming football game against Catawba that kicks off at 7 p.m.

Garden Party 2
The Limestone University Art Gallery has announced its latest exhibition, “Garden Party,” from artist Mike May.

Homecoming Graphic 2023
Limestone University is celebrating its 2023 Homecoming with six fun-filled days that culminate with the Saints’ football game on Saturday, Oct. 21.

Honor Band 2022
The Limestone University Music Program will host its annual Middle School Honor Band Clinic November 16-17.

Homecoming Winners 2022
Limestone will crown its 2023 Homecoming Royalty on Saturday, Oct. 21, during halftime of the football team’s game against Catawba College.

Best Value Colleges
Limestone University was recently ranked as the No. 13 “Best Value College” in South Carolina, according to Research.com.

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Limestone faculty member Dr. Karl J. Trybus (left) receives the book "¡Vino! The History and Identity of Spanish Wine" from fellow faculty member Dr. Jane Watkins at the Limestone Library on Thursday, Sept. 28. Watkins donated the book to the Limestone Library in honor of Trybus, who authored the book. "¡Vino! The History and Identity of Spanish Wine" explores the history and identity of Spanish wine production from the mid-nineteenth century to today. Nineteenth-century infestations of oidium fungus and phylloxera aphids devastated French and Italian vineyards but didn’t extend to the Iberian Peninsula at first, giving Spanish vintners the opportunity to increase their international sales. Once French and Italian wineries rebounded, however, Spanish wine producers had to up their game. Spain could not produce only table wine; it needed a quality product to compete with the supposedly superior French wines. After the Spanish Civil War the totalitarian Franco regime turned its attention to Spain’s devastated agricultural sector, but the country’s wine industry did not rebound until well after World War II. In the postwar years, it rebranded itself to compete in a more integrated European and international marketplace with the creation of a new wine identity. As European integration continued, Spanish wine producers and the tourism industry worked together to promote the uniqueness of Spain and the quality of its wines. Trybus, a Limestone Professor of History and Department Chair of Humanities & Communication, explores the development of Spanish wine in the context of national and global events, tracing how the wine industry has fared and ultimately prospered despite civil war, regional concerns, foreign problems, and changing tastes. Trybus is also Limestone's Program Coordinator of History & History/Pre-Law.

Robert Noyce
Limestone University’s Master of Education in Teacher Leadership program was recently awarded a $1.4 million National Science Foundation grant for Teacher Leadership in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM). It represents the largest academic grant that Limestone has received to date, the result of a year-long grant-writing process.

DOT Day
Limestone University’s chapter of Educators Rising will host International Dot Day activities on Thursday, Sept. 14, from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. on the front campus.

Whitaker - Acting President
The Limestone University Board of Trustees has accepted the resignation of Dr. Monica Baloga, as Interim President, effective immediately.