University Housing manages two sections of on campus housing, Main Campus and University Place. Main Campus communities are Chanticleer Hall, Singleton-Young Hall, Teal Hall, Tradition Hall, Eaglin Hall, Ingle Hall, The Gardens, and The Woods. University Place is apartment-style housing located approximately one half-mile from Main Campus. It consists of Blue Ridge, Grand Strand, Low Country, Piedmont and Sandhills.
All new students live on Main Campus (except The Gardens). All returning, graduate and transfer students live at The Gardens and University Place.
Click on one of the links below to learn more about each residential community.
Message about occupancy changes for 2020-2021
Added on June 2, 2020
University Housing is delighted to welcome residents back for the 2020 – 2021 academic year! We are keenly aware of the shared responsibility to keep our Chanticleer community safe. Things may look a little bit different in August, but the heartbeat of Teal Nation will be strong and prepared.
One aspect of changes to come involves an adjustment to resident occupancy, reducing the total number of available bed spaces to increase the number of single bedroom options. Transfer and upperclassmen students will notice that all University Place bedrooms have been transitioned to single occupancy and Gardens’ apartments no longer have triple bedrooms.
Our new first-year students will find our five-bedroom suites in Chanticleer, Tradition, Teal, and Singleton-Young Halls will include at least two single bedroom options, reducing suite sizes to eight. Previously singles were not an available option in these four buildings, therefore the University Housing rates page has been updated to include this option. Additionally, Ingle and Eaglin Halls have reduced all triple occupancy bedrooms and a portion of double occupancy rooms. The additional furniture from the reduced occupancy spaces will remain in the bedrooms.
Current, Transfer and Graduate Students
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