A seven-feet tall bronze sculpture of Chauncey (CCU’s mascot) greets everyone who enters the TD Sports Complex – home to Coastal Carolina’s NCAA Division I athletic facilities. The bronze Chauncey statue was designed and cast on campus by faculty and students. We cheer for our Chanticleer student-athletes at Brooks Stadium with the teal turf of Benton Field, at the Soccer Stadium, outdoor track and field, and the baseball and softball fields.
University Place offers apartment-style housing for upper-class students. University Place has several buildings (Blue Ridge, Piedmont, Grand Strand, Low Country and Sandhills) and offers a variety of living options. Room features include a washer and dryer, kitchen, living area and more. Residents enjoy spending time at the Activity House, outdoor pool, basketball and volleyball courts. Stop by the UP Café or UP C-Store for a quick bite to eat or ride the campus shuttle to main campus for a meal at one of the University’s many dining locations.
The Gardens Residence Halls
The Gardens residential community offers apartment-style living that includes a kitchen and lounge area. Each unit houses two students who share one large bedroom.
Chauncey’s Choice is our newest dining location. The menu at Chauncey’s Choice promotes healthier eating.
Home to University College and established in 1973, Kearns Hall is the place for students to come for computing support and academic assistance in math, science, writing and foreign language.
Kimbel Library & Bryan Information Commons
Kimbel Library and the Bryan Information Commons provide the resources to enhance learning and research and support a successful and engaging community. Whether you need equipment (like computers or cameras), a quiet place to study, or assistance with a research project, Kimbel Library is the place for you. Starbucks™, a campus favorite, is located in Kimbel Library.
The Eldred E. Prince Building houses classrooms, faculty offices and the Spadoni College of Education. Students can often be found studying in the plush lobby or enjoying the day on Prince Lawn, the hub of student activity on campus, located just outside the front doors of the Prince Building.
Science Annex II houses an aquarium, a roof terrace, 30 teaching and research spaces, and faculty offices.
Established in 2013, Kenneth E. Swain Hall offers state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories, including a herbarium and reptile room, and is home to the Departments of Biology and Health Sciences. Laboratory spaces are designed for multiple disciplines, such as genetics, cellular/microbiology and organic/biochemistry.
The Woods Residence Halls community is a housing option for first-year students. This semi-suite style community houses four residents in individual bedrooms with one shared bathroom, a common area and a kitchenette. Community features of The Woods includes Woods Pavilion, picnic tables, basketball and volley courts, and free laundry facilities.
Ronald G. Eaglin and Ronald R. Ingle Residence Halls house students in double and triple occupancy suites and semi-suites with four students in individual bedrooms sharing a bathroom and common living area. Eaglin and Ingle are close to Hicks Dining Halland the academic buildings. Residents can take advantage of a variety of community features, like the computer lab, programming space, free laundry facility, vending machines, lounges and more.
The HTC Student Reaction and Convocation Center has proven to be one of the liveliest buildings on campus. We welcome you to cheer on #TEALnation at a basketball game or volleyball match, sing along at a concert or exercise in group classes and on the Fitness Floor of the Student Recreation Center. Stop by the Chanticleer Store (the University bookstore) for some Teal Tuesday gear or grab a late night snack at Pie by Night.
Chanticleer, Teal, Tradition and Singleton-Young Halls are conveniently located behind the HTC Center. These residence halls are reserved for first-year students. These three-story building have five double-occupancy large bedrooms and shared bathrooms with multiple sinks, toilets and showers. The suite bathrooms in these four residence halls have regular custodial services. This community features a convenience store, free laundry, study rooms and large TV lounges. Tradition hall is also home to the Market P.O.D. convenience store.
The General James Hackler Course is the only university golf course on the Grand Stand. This par 72 golf course is operated by students in the PGA Golf Management program. The Hacker Course’s practice facility includes an all grass driving range, a practice bunker, a 3,000 square foot green and a 3-hole short game area. Its clubhouse is a fully-stocked golf shop with #TEALnation gear, and the Hackler Grill offers a variety of sandwiches and snacks. The Hacker Course is open to the public.
The Burroughs and Chapin Center for Marine and Wetland Studies is located on East Campus and is easily accessible by campus shuttle. This building houses laboratories and classrooms and stores some of the University’s marine vessels that are used for academic research on Waties Island, a pristine barrier island partially owned by the University.
Academic and Office Building
Our Academic and Office Building II facility houses classrooms and offices for faculty. Classrooms are designed for classes ranging from 25 to 35 students.