The Citadel has 101 Faculty and Staff quarters units on the campus. These units range in size from 400 square foot single bedroom units to four bedroom units with 2700 square feet. The majority of the units are located in multifamily housing buildings of four or more units. Presently there are four single-family residences in the 101 total.
The Citadel's Facilities and Engineering Department is responsible for maintaining and renovating housing units. Renovations occur prior to occupancy and vary greatly in scope. The scope of the renovation is dependent on the work that is necessary to bring the unit to a state of good repair and functionality.
Typically, housing turnover occurs during the Christmas and summer breaks (or the close of a semester). Housing occupancy is usually at 95% or greater. Meaning that 96 or more, of the 101 units are occupied at any given time. Units are available for assignment to faculty and staff members who have an operational requirement to reside on the campus. An operational requirement is defined as being accessible to Citadel students in a faculty or coaching role, mainly after normal working hours; or, being available to respond to emergency campus work requirements. The criteria for assignment and policies and procedures related to housing are outlined in the Housing Policies and Procedures Manual. You may need Adobe Acrobat Reader to access the Housing Policy and Floor Plans for each unit.
Please note the revised Housing Policy became effective on 1 July 2000. Please follow the link at the top of this page for a copy of the Housing Policy or click on the following link:
***Please note that a new Housing Policy is in the draft stages and is under review.***
Units that are "UNDER RENOVATION" are available.
However, one or more of those units may alredy be assigned.
Please, contact Jonathan (contact information, above) for the most up-to-date list of available units.
***This list is arranged in order, in accordance with the Priority Matrix established in the Faculty and Staff Quarters policy, Memorandum 47, dated 21 June 2000.***
Maria Hellin Garcia
James de Luca
I-hao Victor Woo