Campus Housing 36 Schoolscapacity: 62,855
Meal Plan 22 SchoolsAvg. Cost: $4,330
Has Library 91 Schools
NCAA 25 Members
ROTC 27 Schools
36 South Carolina out of 97 schools are offering campus housing (college-owned, operated, or affiliated) and the total capacity is 62,855. The average room charge is $4,892. In addition, 22 schools have meal plans and the average charge for meal plan is $4,330 annually.
In South Carolina, 55 schools offer the online undergraduate programs and 26 schools offer online programs and courses for graduate programs. 27 South Carolina colleges have the ROTC programs and 29 South Carolina have the teacher certificate programs. Next table shows the number of South Carolina schools that offer the special learning opportunities by category.
92 South Carolina colleges have the academic/career counseling service and 64 South Carolina schools have employment services for their students. Next table summarizes the number of schools that provide the student services by type in South Carolina.
25 South Carolina schools are member of NCAA and 40 South Carolina schools are member of NAA. Next table shows the number of South Carolina colleges which are members of major athletic associations.
In South Carolina, there are 8 historically black colleges and universities. Next table shows the additional statistics for colleges located in South Carolina.
- What is The Average Yield (enrollment rate) in South Carolina?
- Which colleges provide Member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges in South Carolina?
- Which colleges offer Undergraduate distance education programs (online completely) in South Carolina?
- How many colleges are historically Black colleges (HBCUs) in South Carolina?
- Which colleges offer Bachelor's Degree in South Carolina?
- How many colleges offer Graduate Programs in South Carolina?
- How many colleges require the high school record in South Carolina?
- What is The Average Student to Faculty Ratio in South Carolina?
- How many colleges require the high school GPA in South Carolina?
- Which colleges offer Less than 1 year certificate program in South Carolina?