Charleston Southern University
North Charleston, South Carolina, United States
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The attractive Coe campus, located near the center of Cedar Rapids, has doubled in size in recent years with the addition of new apartment-style residential facilities. The campus features a newly renovated dining hall with multiple food stations, an expanded Stewart Memorial Library and a modern fine arts center. Coe's oldest building - Stuart Hall - was rejuvenated to create nearly 36,000 square feet of new and renovated classroom space, laboratories and faculty offices. The renovation has produced a traditional interior look combined with the latest technology and amenities to create an inviting and highly functional academic environment to serve Coe students. In addition, Peterson Hall of Science underwent an extensive $12.8 million renovation that was completed in 2013, creating new classrooms and laboratories for Coe's outstanding science program
Coe's residential campus is located in Cedar Rapids - Iowa's second largest city - and only hours from several major cities like Chicago, Minneapolis, Omaha, and St. Louis.
As a residential college that requires all students to live on campus for four years, Coe recognizes that creating the right living environment is essential to provide a superior educational opportunity. More than 70% of your four years at Coe will be spent outside the classroom, making it an important part of your overall college experience, and perhaps the most fun. At Coe, you'll interact with a variety of people while making friendships that will last a lifetime.
By learning about you, your personality, and your likes and dislikes, Coe works very carefully to match you with a roommate or roommates that will provide you with the best living environment possible. Through completion of the Roommate Preference Form, you can provide important information to help assure you have a great experience. Coe's residence halls vary in style, size and personality. Each hall has vending machines, laundry facilities, and one or more kitchens. In addition to main lobbies for studying, relaxing and activities, most halls also have lounges with televisions and comfortable chairs and couches. All have cable TV and Internet hook-ups, with wireless computer network access now available on much of the Coe campus.