Erskine College - Bachelor's Degree
Established in 1839 by the Associate Reformed Synod of the South as an academy for men, the college became the first four-year, church-related college in South Carolina. It was named for Ebenezer Erskine, one of the founders of one of the antecedent bodies of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church and a pastor. Erskine began to admit women in 1894 and officially became coeducational in 1899. Some of the notable Erskine alumni include, but not limited to, Beth Couture, Brian Haynes, and Charles Haldeman.
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 70
- Minimum SAT 900
- Minimum ACT 21