In Fall 2018, Coastal Carolina University students will have the opportunity to stay off-campus in the Aspen Heights housing complex.
Aspen Heights offers reasonable-priced housing accommodations to college students and currently has 23 locations across the country.
Leases are for 12 months, and students can choose to sign an individual lease plan if they do not have the required amount of roommates on the lease agreement.
The required amount of roommates vary depending on how many rooms are in the house. The complex is cottage-style housing and offers students to pick from leasing between a two and five bedroom house.
The Conway complex will be located two miles from CCU and includes a variety of amenities for students, such as a gym, a washer and dryer in each house and a pool.
Residents also have access to parking, and the community is only accessible by a code, making it one of the safest off-campus housing for students offered.
Danielle Pell, a sophomore at CCU, currently lives at University Place in Sandhills and is interested in looking into living at Aspen Heights in the fall.
“I like how [Aspen Heights] offers a lot of amenities compared to other places and that it is close to campus, which is good since I’m moving off campus next year,” said Pell.
Pell also said that she appreciates that it is still a school-offered housing plan, so she will still feel a part of CCU’s community despite not living on campus.
Aspen Heights is also pet-friendly and allows small, non-viscous breeds dogs to live on campus for a one-time pet fee. This is what sparked an interest in Freshman Wyatt Beard.
“I like how the housing complex is pet-friendly because that means I can keep my dog when I move out of my house next year,” said Beard.
The leasing office will be open by mid-October and is currently taking housing applications on their website.
To learn more about Aspen Heights or if you would like to fill out a housing application, click here.
(Photo: Aspen Heights)