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Town Calendar

Monday, February 19, 2018
Town Hall will be closed in observance of President’s Day

Monday, March 19, 2018
Town Council Meeting – 6:00 P.M.

Area History

Around 1789 Rev. Peter McMullan and families from this Ahoghil, Ireland congregation immigrated to South Carolina and built a church here, which they named the Due West Corner Associate Reformed Presbyterian (ARP) Church.  The church and town grew from these beginnings.  The ARP Church established a school that became Erskine College in 1835 and in 1860 local citizens raised money to create the Due West Female College.  The two merged in the 1920s.  These educational institutions gave the town a cultural heritage so that today residents enjoy the arts: plays, concerts, lectures, athletic events and other features of an academic community.

Living in Due West

  • I am blessed to live in Due West. An Academic Village where the community and college work together to make Due West a special place to live. A caring community and one that celebrates life together.
  • Due West is rich with its own history as well as South Carolina. It boasts a very active retirement center. Once you find Due West on its quiet byways, you’ll be impressed by the “atmosphere.” Those who come to live here expect to stay on.
  • I love living in a small town like Due West where you’re one big family.