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Tel: (803) 327-7402
- Clinton Junior College is a historically black, private two year institution with a strong Liberal Arts tradition. The College was founded in 1894 by The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church to meet the needs of descendents of slaves who did not have access to higher education. Today, the doors of the institution are open to all, those who have achieved academically and to those who have yet to reach their full potential. In keeping with its rich tradition, the College continues to provide a learning milieu for students to promote academic achievement and positive moral and spiritual development. This environment fosters leadership qualities and encourages students to be good citizens who can contribute to a global society.
The teacher population of 57 teachers has grown by 256% over five years.
|Clinton College||(SC) Community College Avg.|
|Carnegie Classification||Baccalaureate/Associate's Colleges: Mixed Baccalaureate/Associate's||Associate's Colleges: High Vocational & Technical-Mixed Traditional/Nontraditional|
|Institution Level||Four or more years||At least 2 but less than 4 years|
|Institution Control||Private not-for-profit||Public|
|Total Faculty||57 staff||142 staff|
|School Calendar||Link to School Calendar|
Source: 2020 (or latest year available) IPEDS
- College Location Mi. Students
- 4,529 students | 3.10 Mi452 S Anderson Rd
Rock Hill, SC 29730
(803) 327-8000 3.104,529
- 1,640 students | 18.90 Mi476 Hubbard Drive
Lancaster, SC 29720
(803) 313-7000 18.901,640
- 476 students | 22.90 Mi1200 Blythe Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28203
(704) 355-5043 22.90476
- 18,646 students | 24.20 Mi1201 Elizabeth Avenue
Charlotte, NC 28204
(704) 330-2722 24.2018,646
- 1,523 students | 24.40 MiAcademic Center, 801 West Trade Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
(866) 598-2427 24.401,523
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