South Carolina Lt. Governor To Speak At Limestone's Outdoor Graduation On May 29 At Gaffney High School StadiumPosted on: May 13, 2020 - 3:15pm
Limestone College is shaking things up in order to provide a commencement ceremony for its recent graduates.
For the first time in several decades, Limestone is moving its ceremony outdoors. The guest speaker will be South Carolina Lieutenant Governor Pamela Evette.
In what will be the final commencement exclusively for Limestone College – due to the institution’s impending name change to Limestone University this summer – the graduates will receive their degrees at Gaffney High School’s football stadium on Friday, May 29, at 10 a.m.
PHOTOS WANTED: We're Looking For Limestone's Healthcare Heroes!Posted on: April 17, 2020 - 12:30pm
Limestone College wants to pay tribute to our very own healthcare workers who are the heroes during this unprecedented crisis.
We couldn't be any prouder to call you Saints -- in more ways than one!
If you are a Limestone College graduate, current student, a member of our faculty or staff, a friend of the College, or a fan of the Saints, who works in the field of healthcare during this COVID-19 health emergency, we want to showcase you on our social media pages!
Limestone Postponing Graduation Ceremonies Scheduled For May 2, 2020Posted on: March 30, 2020 - 8:45am
Limestone is postponing its regularly scheduled commencement ceremonies in May, but the College is developing plans to still provide meaningful graduation experiences for its seniors.
Dr. Darrell Parker, Limestone’s President, announced on Monday, March 30, that his institution had to make the difficult decision similar to the one taken by numerous colleges and universities across the country as a result of the coronavirus health emergency.
Limestone Welcoming Other College Students To Use Its Internet At Evening SitesPosted on: March 17, 2020 - 11:30am
To ease the burden of students from other higher education institutions who are now remotely learning away from campus, Limestone College has implemented a program to help keep them connected to the internet.
Many college and universities across South Carolina have closed their campuses and moved to virtual classes due to concerns surrounding the coronavirus, but students from low-income and other families might not have internet access.
Limestone Taking Steps To Transition To Campus Police DepartmentPosted on: March 11, 2020 - 9:00am
Limestone College is moving forward with plans to transition a portion of its Campus Safety operation to establish a police department.
Limestone Accepts Chamber of Commerce "Business Of The Year" AwardPosted on: March 11, 2020 - 8:45am
At the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet on Tuesday, March 10, Limestone College was formally named 2020 Business of the Year.
Receiving the award were (left to right) Trustee David Riggins, President Darrell Parker, Trustee Gene Moorhead, and Trustee John Travers.
"Stop Hate, Choose Love" Lecture Featuring Sharon Risher On Monday, February 10Posted on: February 7, 2020 - 9:15am
Limestone College will welcome guest speaker Reverend Sharon Risher for her “Stop Hate, Choose Love” program on Monday, Feb. 10, at 7 p.m., inside Fullerton Auditorium.
Risher is the daughter of Ethel Lance, who was killed in 2015 in the Emanuel AME Church shooting in Charleston.
Admission is free and the public is invited to attend.
WELCOME! Dr. Monica Baloga Begins New Role As Limestone ProvostPosted on: February 3, 2020 - 8:45am
Dr. Monica Baloga officially started her new role on Monday, February 3, as Limestone College's Provost.
She was previously the Senior Vice President for Academic Administration at the Florida Institute of Technology, where she served for 23 years.
As Limestone’s Provost, Baloga serves as the chief academic officer with responsibility for planning, development, implementation, coordination, review, and administration of all academic programs and support services.
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