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The right college feels like a home-away-from-home. 

With nine housing options for residential students, ranging from traditional dorms to apartment-style housing, Coker gives you options. Each includes a sprinkler system, cable TV hook-up, Ethernet hook-up and wireless internet access. The most recent addition to Coker housing is The Residential Village, an apartment-style complex right next to campus on the corner of East Carolina Avenue and South Second Street. Designed to have the look and feel of a modern village neighborhood, The Residential Village will eventually hold up to six three-story buildings. 

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This summer, Summer 2018, students will have a unique opportunity to live you on campus at no cost while attending classes (online or in seat). This is an opportunity to catch up or get ahead on your academic plan. 

The Coker College Residence Halls will remain open through July 31, 2018 for students enrolled in at least three credit hours. May Interim is May 21st through June 1st. Summer Term is May 21st through July 18th. The cost for housing is $175 per week. Students who want to live in Summer Housing must complete the Summer Housing Application & Contract

If you would like to apply for a housing scholarship (100% of cost covered), please be sure to indicate your interest on the Summer Housing Application & Contract. In order to qualify, you must be enrolled in at least 3 credit hours. Once enrolled in 3 credit hours, you are required to have an overall cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher OR attend the Student Success Seminar class (date, time, and location to be determined). This seminar may be a combination of online, in-seat, or off-campus experiences. Students will meet at least 5 hours each week on topics that will be tailored to meet student needs. Examples of topics covered are time management, stress management, test taking skills, conflict resolution, team dynamics for the classroom and work place, etc.

For a list of classes offered, please view the class offerings on the Coker College website, the schedule in Webadvisor (select 2018 May Interim or 2018 Summer), or speak with your advisor.

Once your registration is verified (after registration week) we will send you a confirmation email outlining your Summer housing options. If you are approved to stay on campus, you may pay at the door in the dining hall, allowing you to pay only for the meals you want.

If you have any questions regarding Summer Housing, please email