Career and Learning Center & Disability Services

The Career and Learning Center is a place to study, find a tutor, get assistance with a writing assignment, or meet with a study group. The CLC offers career services including career/major exploration, resume development, mock interviews, and job search assistance.


The Library is a quiet place to study or do research. The Library offers article databases, Ebooks, Guides, DVDs, and other student resources to help you reach your academic goals.

Academic Resources
Advising & Counseling

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Well-known for our distinctive health care programs, we want you to know that Presentation College offers so much more. Offering degrees in Athletic Training, Criminal Justice, Social Work Psychology, and Biology, just to name a few.

Life outside the classroom includes dozens of clubs and organizations, campus ministry and Saints athletics. Volunteer service is an integral part of the Presentation College learning experience. Students must complete 80 hours of volunteer community service in order to graduate.

All degree-seeking students are required to have a laptop, as campus-wide Internet access is available. Student housing features our popular suites. Each suite has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room and kitchen with appliances.

Presentation College also has a Rising Scholars program which gives high school seniors a chance to get a head start on their collegiate careers and earn college credit while still in high school. For more information about the Rising Scholars program please call (605) 229-8492.

School Codes

  • FAFSA Code: 003467
  • ACT Code:   3918
  • SAT Code:  6582