2022-2023 Academic Year Housing Rates Per Semester^
|Blue Ridge / Piedmont||Single, 4-bedroom apartment||$3,775|
|Blue Ridge / Piedmont||Single, 1- or 2-bedroom apartment||$3,885|
|Chanticleer / DeCenzo/ Singleton-Young / Tradition||Double||$3,495|
|Eaglin / Ingle||Triple||$2,525|
|Eaglin / Ingle||Double||$2,830|
|Eaglin / Ingle||Single||$3,090|
|Grand Strand / Low Country / Sandhills
^ The 2023-2024 housing rates are approved during the summer and will be updated on this page when available.
2022-2023 Academic Year Meal Plan Rates Per Semester^
|Plan||Description||Dining Dollars Included
2022-2023 Rate Per Semester^
|Unlimited Plus||Unlimited acess to residential dining halls (Hicks, UP Dining, and Chauncey's Choice). Additional 14 meal swipes per week to use at other on-campus food service locations.||$350||$2,300|
||Unlimited acess to residential dining halls (Hicks, UP Dining, and Chauncey's Choice). Additional 14 meal swipes per week to use at other on-campus food service locations.||$200||$2,150|
|Basic Unlimited||Unlimited acess to residential dining halls (Hicks, UP Dining, and Chauncey's Choice). Additional 7 meal swipes per week to use at other on-campus food service locations.||None||$1,900|
|175 Block*||175 meal swipes per semester||$400||$1,860|
||75 meal swipes per plan||$250||$925|
||50 meal swipes per plan||$225||$690|
|All Dining Dollars**
||$450 dining dollars||$450||$425|
For more information on each meal plan, consult the Campus Dining website.
All first- and second-year students living in University-operated housing are required to purchase a residential meal plan which includes Unlimited Plus, Unlimited, Basic Unlimited or 175 Block*.
* 175 Block is not available to new students.
** Optional meal plan choice only available to students who are exempt from the Meal Plan Requirement (Section IV.A.).
^ The 2023-2024 meal plan rates and options are approved during the summer and will be updated on this page when available.
Release Prior to Occupany
Prior to the start of a license agreement term, only students who are not required to live in University Housing, students who cancel or decline enrollment or summer students may cancel their housing application and request release from the license agreement. Students required to live in University Housing may not cancel a housing application and request release from the license agreement without receiving an exemption and will be held to the license agreement if enrolled during the license agreement term.
To cancel your housing application and end your financial responsibility, click the Cancel Application image within the housing application. All release requests will be reviewed. The $50 housing application fee and $150 housing prepayment are non-refundable. Students who cancel their housing application who are required to live on campus will be reassigned to a space and assigned a meal plan.
To cancel your housing application and request release from the license agreement, follow the below steps:
- Log into MyCoastalHome.
- Click Cancel Application on the Home page.
- Complete the pages and submit your release request.
- University Housing will notify you through your CCU e-mail account with the decision regarding your request.
Credit Card Notice
Effective April 27, 2022, all credit and debit card payments to Coastal Carolina University for student account balances, including tuition, fees, room/board, fines and other charges, are subject to a 2.85% service fee charged to the individual card. The University will continue to accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and electronic checks, and there is no fee charged for electronic checks. All credit or debit card payments must be processed online through the Student Accounts Center. The Office of Student Accounts will no longer accept credit or debit card payments in person, by phone or by fax, but will accept cash, checks, and money orders in person. More details are available on the Office of Student Accounts website.
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