Coker University’s Village at Byerly Place, consisting of George and Sullivan Halls, is the newest upperclassman housing facility at Coker. It is designed to complement existing campus architecture and have the look and feel of a modern village neighborhood. Each three-story apartment-style building includes 12 suites and a large wrap-around porch on every level to provide welcoming social spaces for students. With the amenities of apartment living, each suite includes four single bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a kitchen, and a large living/dining area. Bedroom sizes are 12′ x 10′.
- Who lives here: Upperclassman
- Style: Apartment-style with four people per suite
- Furniture provided: One bed, one dresser, one desk, one desk chair, and one closet in each bedroom
- Laundry: Shared laundry facilities on each floor