Rowe Hall


Rowe Hall, built in 1954, named in honor of Mrs. Etta Butler Rowe, education professor, was constructed in 1954 to serve as a dormitory for faculty women. It has also served as the University’s Career Development Center. Rowe Hall also has a twin structure, Nix Hall, which was named in honor of Dean Nelson C. Nix. Nix originally served as a dormitory for faculty men and has also served as the Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic. Now in 2017 it serves a capacity of 26 female students housed in single bedroom accommodations, each bedroom has a twin size bed with an extra-long mattress, one desk, one chair, and one closet. All rooms are equipped with cable television service and the building with wireless internet access. There is one large communal bathroom on each floor for residents use as well as a student lounge on the first floor.


  • Spacious first floor lounge with flat screen television.
  • Laundry Facilities


Residence Life & Housing
Crawford Engineering Building
300 College Street, NE
Post Office Box 7243
Orangeburg, SC 29117
803.533-3675 or 803.536-8560


(State Agency fraud only)
1-855-SCFRAUD or 1-855-723-7283