Statement from Clinton College Vice-President Rob Copeland
"The Clinton College family is mourning the passing of two of our students in a tragic bus accident near Rockingham, N.C. 9/17/16. During the brief time that we have had these young men, they have become entrenched parts of the Clinton College family."

"We appreciate the outpouring of support from our local community as well as nationally. Our biggest priority is to offer support to our traumatized student body, faculty and staff. We ask to do that in private."

"The local Rock Hill Red Cross will be here to aid the college 9/18/16. Classes will be canceled 9/19/16 for all students and counseling will be available at that time. Please keep the families and friends of these two young people in your prayers and continue to pray for the college."


Robert M. Copeland
Vice President for Student Affairs
Clinton College

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    A.C.T. NOW
    Awaken Confront Transform!
    Then and Now: An Ecumenical Gathering to End Racism immediately following the Orthodox Christian Bridegroom Service of Holy Tuesday. Service begins at 6:00 pm, Program begins approximately 8:00 pm. All are welcome to both.

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