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Installation of President Steve C. Adamson

Institutions Sending Felicitations

Tusculum, Tennessee

Greenville, South Carolina

Jefferson City, Tennessee

Bristol, Tennessee

York, Nebraska

Montreat, North Carolina

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

“The role of a college president comes with many unique challenges, but also with incredible opportunity. I have found such joy in my role as President of LBC – Capital and pray that you will experience the same as you make crucial decisions, invest in the lives of students, and carry out the mission and vision of Erskine College.”
Dr. Thomas L. Kiedis, President

North Charleston, South Carolina

Washington, D.C.

Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 1986

Taylors, South Carolina

“Please rest assured that we are praying both for you and for Erskine College. We are grateful for your labors in the gospel and for the tremendous legacy that your institution represents. May the Lord bless you in this undertaking.”
Dr. Jonathan L. Master, President

Knox Theological Seminary, 1989

Fort Lauderdale, Florida

“My prayers, encouragement and support are with Dr. Adamson as he takes on this new role.”
Dr. Scott Manor, President

New Saint Andrews College, 1994

Moscow, Idaho

“Congratulations on your appointment as president of Erskine College. May God bless this new beginning for you and for the college.”
Dr. Benjamin Merkle, President

Reformation Bible College, 2011

Sanford, Florida

“May God bless your tenure with faithfulness and fruitfulness.”
Dr. Stephen J. Nichols, President and Professor of Apologetics

Institutions Sending Delegates

Limestone University, 1845

Gaffney, South Carolina

Wofford College, 1854

Spartanburg, South Carolina

The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1859

Louisville, Kentucky

King University, 1867

Bristol, Tennessee

Lander University, 1872

Greenwood, South Carolina

Cummins Memorial Theological Seminary, 1876

Summerville, South Carolina

Sterling College, 1887

Sterling, Kansas

North Greenville University, 1892

Tigerville, South Carolina

Wingate University, 1896

Wingate, North Carolina

Southern Wesleyan University, 1906

Central, South Carolina

Bob Jones University, 1927

Greenville, South Carolina

Covenant College, 1955

Lookout Mountain, Georgia

Charleston Southern University, 1964

North Charleston, South Carolina

Piedmont Technical College, 1966

Greenwood, South Carolina

Reformed Theological Seminary, 1966

Jackson, Mississippi

Birmingham Theological Seminary, 1972

Birmingham, Alabama

Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, 1987

Taylors, South Carolina

Erskine College seal (Latin Sigillum Collegii Erskiniensis, 1839) with the Latin motto: "Scientia cum moribus conjuncta"
Erskine and Due West Skyline

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