Housing Applications will be sent out May 15, 2019
Once you have completed your admissions application and been accepted, you'll receive a student housing application.
Priority Housing Deadline: June 10, 2019
We encourage you to apply by June, but we may accept applicants after the official deadline. If you are making any special housing requests, it is better to apply early or your requests may not be honored.
Please contact us at 803.786.3019 with any questions about the housing timeline.
How Do I Apply for Housing?
1. Complete Your Housing Application
Housing applications are sent out in mid-May and contain information regarding residence hall preference, roommate selection, and meal plan options. Preferences are awarded in the order they are received so the sooner you return your application, the more likely your selections will be honored.
2. Make your Deposit
Before selections can be made, you'll need to make your admissions deposit. This serves as your placeholder and will secure your spot on campus.
3. Sign your Housing Contract
Your housing contract will need to be signed and initialed by yourself and a parent or guardian if you're under 18.
What Happens Next?
Receive your Housing Assignment
Housing assignments are sent out July 1.
Once your application has been processed your hall assignment and roommate contact information will be sent back to you.
Meet your Roommate
If you attend one of our new student orientations in June, you'll receive your housing and roommate information before it is officially sent out. If not, you'll still receive you roommate's contact details but it won't be until July 1.
Facts & Figures
As a first and second year student, you'll be required to stay on campus unless you live in Lexington or Richland county, you are 21 years of age or older, married, or have dependents living with you.
|Residence||Standard Double||Standard Single||Double as a Single|
|Knox & Kneece Halls||$2,000||$2,150||-|
Planning for Your Move
To help you plan and move into your dorm, we compiled a list of helpful information about our rooms as well as a packing checklist.
Each room includes the following furniture:
- bed (standard twin, not extra-long twin)
- desk chair
- rooms in Mirse, Wesley, Hudson, and the Cottages also have one night stand
- all beds can be lofted - the dimensions from floor to top is 40.5" and from the floor to the frame is 30.5"
Dorm Room Dimensions
Rooms may vary by size, but the differences are relatively minor.
- McNair Standard Measurements: 15' by 11' feet
- Mirse, Hudson, Wesley, and Cottages Standard Measurements: 12'7" by 13'3"
Curtain rod specifications:
- McNair Standard Window Measurements: Main - 50" by 52"
- Mirse, Hudson, Wesley, Cottages Standard Window Measurements: 51" by 81"