The student housing community Auden Upstate that serves the University of South Carolina has announced that they will be supporting the university’s SNAC program. Short for Spartan Nutritional Assistance Campaigns, SNAC provides a pantry of food and other basic necessities for students in need. Auden Upstate’s parent company, DMG Investments, has stepped in to fill the pantry with food and other resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. The supplies arrived for availability to students on April 6th.
Auden Upstate’s commitment to not only providing housing but a community for the students of USC Upstate drove its decision to help ensure that all students have access to the basic essentials they need while sheltering in place. The company also recently provided face masks to all of the residents of its community.
About Auden Upstate
The $28 million off campus housing complex offers 94,000 square feet built specifically for the lifestyle of USC Upstate students. Boasting a resort style pool, basketball and volleyball courts, 24/7 fitness club, hammock garden, study rooms and pet-grooming station, the development aims to bring a luxurious lifestyle and resort-living to a housing sector that is often minimal. Auden Upstate’s 486 bedspaces all have a private bedroom and bathroom for each bed with walk-in closets.
Auden Upstate is now leasing its units with available move-in dates starting in August 2020, in time for the new school year. Inquiries can be made at https://www.audenupstate.com/.