Calhoun Courts

Home to first-year and continuing students, Calhoun Courts is an apartment community in a great location beside the Barnes Center and across from Bryan Mall and the Hendrix Center. These two-bedroom apartments house 4 people each with spacious living rooms and kitchens. Take advantage of community amenities such as volleyball and basketball courts, the commons building with a large meeting/social room, laundry and vending machines.

  • Number of residential rooms
    700 Spaces
  • Room rate
  • Resident type
    First Year, Continuing
  • Coed
Bridge Calhoun Courts Apartment

East Campus Area Desk

Area Desk

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Cassey Lessane

Community Director for Calhoun Courts North

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Shirkerah Abney

Community Director of Calhoun Courts South

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Kamariah Hammonds

Graduate Community Director for Calhoun Courts North

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Sarah Berchtold

Graudate Community Director - Calhoun Courts South

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When will I select my housing assignment?

Selection times are different for Bridge, First Year, Continuing and Transfer students, please check our events for the latest information. 

Can Bridge students have a roommate that is not another Bridge student?

Bridge and First Year Clemson students are not able to live together. However, there will many opportunities for them to engage, such as in the dining halls.  

Where can I view my housing assignment?

Once you have selected your housing assignment, you may view your assignment at anytime on the Housing Portal.

What happens if my key is lost or stolen?

This would cause a lock change charge from University Housing. Most often, this is due to a lost key or a temporary key that is not returned by the deadline. The housing contract states: "If a key is lost or not returned when occupancy is terminated, or if a temporary key is not returned within the required time, the door lock(s) will be re-cored and new keys will be made at the responsible resident's expense. 

We do our best to hold residents responsible for the safety of their own key. We sometimes do charge students for stolen keys, but we will request information about each situation to determine the best course of action.

Drugs and Alcohol

Drug & Alcohol Safety


Housing Rules


Housing Rules

Weapons & Fireworks

Housing Rules