|820 Henderson St.
|820 Henderson St. is a coed residence located next to Gambrell Hall in the north area of campus.
|This complex of three, 10-story towers houses undergraduate students.
|Located behind Solomon Blatt Physical Education Center, Bates West was USC’s first coed residence hall.
|Opened in fall 2023, Campus Village is USC's newest residential housing development and the largest construction project in the university’s 222-year history. The village's four state-of-the-art buildings house 1,800 student residents and a number of amenities, including dining and student success services.
|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.
|Center for Health and Well-Being
|Opened in summer 2017, the 68,000-square foot Center for Health and Well-Being offers comprehensive services including women’s care, casts for broken bones, stitches, and treatment for asthma, colds and flu and similar ailments. The center also has the advantage of an in-house X-ray lab and pharmacy. Student counseling and psychiatry services and the Office of Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention and Prevention are housed in the adjacent Thomson Student Health building.
|The 10-story residence hall houses Capstone Scholars, as does Capstone Hall next door.
|Students can access comprehensive career preparation and management services in the Career Center, located in the Thomas Cooper Library.
|This residence hall is the second oldest building on campus and was designed as a mirror of the first, Rutledge.
|East Quad is an apartment-style residence hall built in 2000.
|More than 700 students live in 20 houses in USC’s Greek Village, one of the country’s premier residential complexes for fraternity and sorority members.
|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.
|Harper/Elliott was part of a mid-19th-century building program to make room for increased enrollment. Now it’s primarily a residence hall.
|Honors Residence Hall
|Designed with sustainability in mind, Honors Residence opened in fall 2009 and earned Gold LEED certification.
|Built in the 1930s, Maxcy is now a residence hall with spacious common areas including a demonstration kitchen.
|Located in central campus, McBryde is an all-male, traditional-style residence hall.
|Patterson Hall is a residence hall centrally located across from the Russell House University Union.
|The mirror of Harper/Elliott, Pinckney/Legare also is a residence hall.
|Preston Residential College
|Located across from Thomas Cooper Library, Preston Residential College residence hall is home to residents and a live-in faculty principal.
|Russell House University Union
|The Russell House is the center of student activity at USC and home to the Leadership and Service Center, meeting space for student organizations, dining outlets, the campus bookstore and other services for students.
|The first building on campus and once home to the entire South Carolina College, Rutledge now houses a residence hall and non-denominational chapel.
|Physical Education Center
|USC’s first recreation center, the P.E. Center houses a fitness studio, weight room and indoor Olympic-sized swimming pool.
|This 18-story residence hall overlooks the A.C. Moore Garden, which is dedicated to the preservation of and education about native plant species.
|Built in 1996, South Quad is an apartment-style residence hall located across from P.E. Center.
|Wellness and Fitness Center
|A world-class recreation facility, the Wellness and Fitness Center 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.
|Student Success Center
|The Student Success Center, located in Thomas Cooper Library, is the central site of academic support programs and resources.
|The Thomson Building is home to student counseling services as well as peer educators and the Office of Sexual Assault and Violence Intervention and Prevention. Other health and wellness services are available at the adjacent Center for Health and Well-Being.
|Thornwell was the first residence hall to be built in 65 years when it opened in 1913 near the Horseshoe.
|Woodrow residence hall has a prime location on campus — halfway between the Horseshoe and Russell House.
|Women’s Quad is composed of three residence hall buildings, which were built in the first half of the 20th century and completely renovated and reopened in 2014.
While the Division of Student Affairs and Academic Support delivers programs and services to students in locations throughout USC's 480-acre campus as well as online, these are the facilities we manage.