Carolina Men's Community (CMC)
About This Community
The CMC promotes the development of men at UofSC through the exploration of masculinity, intellectual and personal growth, civic engagement, and student leadership. Residents will be able to achieve this goal by building upon our pillars: Brotherhood, excellence, integrity, and leadership.
Students Who Call This Community Home
The CMC is an all-male Living and Learning Community, which challenges men to redefine the concept of masculinity while striving to reach the pinnacle of their potential through personal, professional, and academic development. Home to 250 upstanding gentlemen from all academic disciplines, these men form a tight-knit bond, called the “McBrotherhood,” and explore what it means to be a productive member of society.
The Carolina Men’s Community promotes the development of men at the University of South Carolina in McBryde Quadrangle through the exploration of masculinity, intellectual and personal growth, civic engagement, and student leadership. Through the aforementioned functional areas, residents will achieve this goal by building upon the pillars of the Carolina Men’s Community: brotherhood, excellence, integrity, leadership.
How to Apply
- Access housing application on my.sc.edu.
- List the Carolina Men's Community as the first of your required top 5 Living Learning Community preferences.
- Submit housing application by paying $150 application fee no later than May 1, 2017.
- Housing priority is based on your learning community preferences and your date of application to the institution.
Unique Community Experiences
- The McBrotherhood
The McBryde community is known for being a tight-knit group of gentlemen. Set-up as a traditional style residence hall, the “McBros” grow together as a family and participate in activities ranging from intramurals, community service, and bonding initiatives within their hall.
Each month, McBryde hosts a dialogue series known as “Man-Chats.” This initiative brings together men of all walks of life to discuss the issues that are facing college-aged men. Former topics include gender, racism in international soccer, and what it means to be a man.
- “Macho Man” Health and Wellness Series
Several times throughout the semester, the “McBros” gather together to learn about and experience different topics about living a healthy life as a college-aged man—mind, body, and spirit. Topics range from nutrition and body image to stress relief and mental health.