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Parents and Family,

We are elated that you are a part of our Erskine College family!

We have been faithfully praying for your family and your student and all that they will experience in the four years under the towers of Erskine College. From move-in day in August to graduation in May, we feel blessed to call you and your family part of our own. We are constantly thoughtful about how to best serve you as the family of an Erskine student, trying to put in place support systems and resources for you as you support your student from afar.

We believe that Erskine is the ideal place for your students to learn and to develop into the people they will become. Erskine is full of rich history and tradition, but it is also full of amazing people who are making the world a better place today.

Please continue to be prayerful about your role in your student’s Erskine experience and the possibility of being meaningfully engaged through our private Facebook group that is just for parents and families, and follow us on Instagram. We want to hear from you! You know your student better than anyone. Let us know what you need or what innovative ideas you have.

Student Development staff members are here for you! We know that it is so exciting to see your child thrive and embark on this journey of academic excellence; but we also realize that it is extremely difficult to let them go. Rest assured that there is no better place than Erskine College for your son or daughter to grow.

Ways to Connect:

Follow us on Instagram

Erskine College Parent Facebook group

If you have any questions about connecting as a parent beyond social media, feel free to reach out to the office of Student Development at 864-379-8701!

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