Looking to take a tour of our residence halls? As we are unable to provide in-person tours through occupied residential buildings, we have created the virtual tours below! These tours take you through the highlights of each community, with full 360-degree photos to give you a complete look at each space.
Bryan Mall is one of our largest communities, consisting of six total halls. The Byrnes & Lever “Highrises” house our Residents in Science and Engineering LLC. Manning is the third “Highrise” and houses over 400 women. The Smith and Barnett “Lowrises” are two of our sorority halls, but Barnett also hosts a First-Year Floor for first-year women. Mauldin is a coed first-year lowrise.
The Shoebox community is your best choice for affordable residence halls packed with features. With a fantastic location, sink and walk-in closets in each room, plus abundant recreation spaces, you won’t go wrong with any of these five halls.
Cribb & DesChamps
If you are in the Honors College, The Honors Residential College at Cribb and DesChamps is the place for you. Enjoy living with other students in the Honors College, while taking advantage of lounges, study rooms, The Library, The Great Hall and 2 classrooms all on site.
Gressette Hall is the ideal residence hall for students looking to be in the center of the action on campus. With tons of dining options right there in the building, Death Valley and Fike Recreation Center right down the street, and easy access to the rest of campus, Gressette gives you everything you need within easy reach.
Mickel Hall Suites are modern suite-style units with amazing views. Overlooking Death Valley, Mickel is perfect for football fans and anyone looking for a luxury space. Spacious lounges with huge windows give residents a great place to watch a game, relax, hang out with friends and study.
If you’re looking for a great location and suite-style bathrooms, Holmes and McCabe Halls, known as “the Suites”, may be right for you. These halls give you a bathroom off of your room that you only share with three other people. Plus, there’s a great social center and common areas for both buildings, and you’re right in the middle of campus.
Douthit Hills East
Located across the street from the President’s home, this newer residential community offers an all-inclusive living experience. In addition to the three residential buildings in Douthit Hills East, the Douthit Hills Hub offers shopping, dining and a fitness center.
Home to first-year, transfer, and Bridge students, Calhoun Courts is a recently renovated 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.
Bridge to Clemson Housing
Thornhill Village is a duplex-style apartment community, home to many of our Bridge to Clemson residents. If you want your own bedroom, front and back entrances, on-site parking and plenty of green space, Thornhill will be the space for you.
Lightsey Bridge I
Lightsey Bridge I is a Bridge to Clemson community in a beautiful natural location across from the SC Botanical Gardens. These two-bedroom apartments house 4 people each with spacious living rooms and kitchens. The Lightsey Bridge Commons Building features laundry and vending along with Bridge to Clemson and community staff offices. Intramural fields and sand volleyball courts are on the corner of the property.
Lightsey Bridge II
Lightsey Bridge II is a Bridge to Clemson community in a beautiful natural location across from the SC Botanical Gardens. These four-bedroom apartments house 4 people each with spacious living rooms and kitchens. The Lightsey Bridge Commons Building features laundry and vending along with Bridge to Clemson and community staff offices. Intramural fields and sand volleyball courts are on the corner of the property.