Clinton Junior College

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Clinton College
Established 1894 (1894)
Location Rock Hill, South Carolina, United States
34°54′49″N 81°02′37″W / 34.91361°N 81.04361°W / 34.91361; -81.04361Coordinates: 34°54′49″N 81°02′37″W / 34.91361°N 81.04361°W / 34.91361; -81.04361[1]
Former names Clinton Normal and Industrial Institute
Sports Basketball (M/W)
Mascot Golden Bears
Website www.clintonjuniorcollege.edu

Clinton College is a historically black, private college in Rock Hill, South Carolina.

It was founded as the Clinton Institute in 1894 and named after Bishop Caleb Isom Clinton, the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church's Palmetto Conference presiding bishop at the time. On June 22, 1909, it was incorporated as Clinton Normal and Industrial Institute.

It is accredited by the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools.

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