Coker University students to move out of residence halls early due to virus outbreak

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HARTSVILLE, SC (WBTW) – Coker University students will move out of residence halls early due to the coronavirus outbreak.

According to the university’s website, residential students received an email on March 23 about signing-up for a time to move out, which will take place on Thursday, March 26 and Monday, March 30. Students will need to schedule a 3-hour move-out window and should refer to their email for more information. Students will also receive instructions on retrieving mail during their move-out.

If a student isn’t able to return to campus during their scheduled move out time, they should contact

On Wednesday, News13 reported that about half of Coastal Carolina University’s more than 4,000 residential students had made appointments to move out by Monday. Read more here.


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