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Student Affairs and Academic Support


Our Facilities

While the Division of Student Affairs and Academic Support delivers programs and services to students in locations throughout UofSC's 480-acre campus as well as online, these are the facilities we manage.

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820 Henderson St. 820 Henderson St. is a coed residence located next to Gambrell Hall in the north area of campus. Map tag 1, tag2
1244 Blossom St. At 1244 Blossom St., students can visit the Office of the University Registrar staff members who can assist with registration issues, transcript requests, veteran services and in-state residency.  Map  
1714 College St. 1714 College St. is home to the offices of Financial Aid and Scholarships staff members, who help students understand options for funding their education.  Map  
Bates House This complex of three, 10-story towers houses undergraduate students. Map  
Bates West  Located behind Solomon Blatt Physical Education Center, Bates West was UofSC’s first coed residence hall. Map  
Booker T. Washington The former site of Booker T. Washington High School houses the offices of TRIO Programs. Map  
Capstone The Capstone Scholars’ residence hall is topped with a revolving restaurant that uses a platform and mechanism from an exhibit at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair. Map  
Cliff Apartments Cliff Apartments residence hall is located behind the Solomon Blatt Physical Education Center. Map  
Columbia Hall The 10-story residence hall houses Capstone Scholars, as does Capstone Hall next door. Map  
Career Center Students can access comprehensive career preparation and management services in the Career Center, located in the Thomas Cooper Library. Map  
DeSaussure This residence hall is the second oldest building on campus and was designed as a mirror of the first, Rutledge. Map  
Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs The vice president for student affairs, vice provost and dean of students; associate vice president for student affairs and academic support; student ombudsman; communications director; and administrative coordinator have offices in 110 Osborne, the central location for the Division of Student Affairs and Academic Support. Map  
East Quad East Quad is an apartment-style residence hall that was built in 2000. Map  
Greek Village  More than 700 students live in 20 houses in UofSC’s Greek Village, one of the country’s premier residential complexes for fraternity and sorority members. Map  
Green Quad Home to the sustainability living and learning community, Green Quad was the largest “green” residence hall in the country when it was built in 2004. Map  
Harper/Elliott Harper/Elliott was part of a mid-19th-century building program to make room for increased enrollment. Now it’s primarily a residence hall. Map  
Honors Residence Designed with sustainability in mind, Honors Residence opened in fall 2009 and earned Gold LEED certification. Map  
Lieber College Once a faculty residence, Lieber now houses Undergraduate Admissions. Map  
Maxcy Built in the 1930s, Maxcy is now a residence hall with spacious common areas including a demonstration kitchen. Map  
McBryde Located in central campus, McBryde is an all-male, traditional-style residence hall. Map  
Patterson Hall  Patterson Hall is an all-female residence hall centrally located across from the Russell House University Union. Map  
Pinckney/Legare The mirror of Harper/Elliott, Pinckney/Legare also is a residence hall. Map  
Preston Residential College Located across from Thomas Cooper Library, Preston Residential College residence hall is home to residents and a live-in faculty principal. Map  
Russell House University Union The Russell House is the center of student activity at UofSC and home to the Leadership and Service Center, meeting space for student organizations, dining outlets, the campus bookstore and other services for students. Map  
Rutledge The first building on campus and once home to the entire South Carolina College, Rutledge now houses a residence hall and non-denominational chapel. Map  
Solomon Blatt Physical Education Center UofSC’s first recreation center houses a fitness studio, weight room and indoor Olympic-sized swimming pool. Map  
South Tower This 18-story residence hall overlooks the A.C. Moore Garden, which is dedicated to the preservation of and education about native plant species. Map  
South Quad Built in 1996, South Quad is an apartment-style residence hall located across from Solomon Blatt Physical Education Center. Map  
Strom Thurmond Wellness and Fitness Center A world-class recreation facility, the Strom features a 52-foot climbing wall; indoor and outdoor pools; basketball, racquetball and squash courts; fitness studios; cardiovascular and weight-training equipment; and much more. Map  
Student Success Center The Student Success Center, located in Thomas Cooper Library, is the central site of academic support programs and resources. Map  
Thomson Student Health Center Thomson Student Health Center houses general medicine, allergy and immunization and women’s care clinics; physical therapy and lab services; a pharmacy; sexual assault prevention and advocacy resources; and administrative offices. Map  
Thornwell Thornwell was the first residence hall to be built in 65 years when it opened in 1913 near the Horseshoe. Map  
Visitor Center  Located in McKissick Museum at the top of the historic Horseshoe, the Visitor Center is the front door to the university.  Map  
Woodrow Woodrow residence hall has a prime location on campus — halfway between the Horseshoe and Russell House. Map  
Women’s Quad Women’s Quad is composed of McClintock, Sims and Wade Hampton residence halls, which were built in the first half of the 20th century and completely renovated and reopened in 2014. Map