Two Madison County students make dean’s list at Presbyterian College

CLINTON, S.C. — Presbyterian College is proud to recognize Tyler Jamison Wilhelm, of Huntsville, and Elayne Margaret Benson, of Owens Cross Roads, for making the dean’s list during the fall 2018 semester.

The dean’s list is composed of students who have earned between a 3.3 and a 3.9 grade point average.

Presbyterian College is located in South Carolina in the college town of Clinton, which sits between the cities of Columbia and Greenville. Presbyterian College is noted for their challenging academics and one-of-a-kind mascot: the Blue Hose. The college believes their students are one-of-a-kind, too. “They bring their own interests and abilities to campus and pursue them with gusto,” said Presbyterian College.

Students customize their education by choosing from 50-plus majors and pre-professional programs. They are taught and mentored by a faculty whose number-one priority is their students’ success. Students research, intern and study abroad, and they also get involved on campus, a place defined by honor and ethics. Presbyterian College aims to prepare students to be fulfilled personally and professionally so they can contribute to today’s global society. For more information about Presbyterian College, visit www.presby.edu.

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