USC Aiken has three beautiful residential facilities for students, first year through senior year:
- Pacer Crossings
- Pacer Commons
- Pacer Downs
Most first year students live in Pacer Crossings, a combination of some first year students and upperclass students live in Pacer Commons, and upperclass students live in Pacer Downs.
On-campus living permits students to immerse themselves in the college experience. They learn how to live with and near others who bring new and enriching experiences to their world. Living on-campus also affords students an opportunity to become more independent and is a great transition to independent living after graduation.
Discover more advantages of on-campus housing
The video below, featuring Kevin Kerr, Director of Housing and Residence Life, and Sandy Talbott, Coordinator of Parent and Family Relations, provides an in-depth look at the inside of the housing facilities and also answers parents' frequently asked questions.
Note: On-campus housing is required for freshmen with few exceptions.
Learn more about the freshman housing requirement
Mailing your student a letter or a package (students love getting mail and/or gifts from home!) is simple. Make sure that you have the student’s full name and appropriate residence hall and suite, apartment or bedroom letter on the envelope.
When necessary, staff will email residents that they have a special delivery at the office area.