At IDI, we want our students to feel
like they’re at home while training
for a career in commercial diving.
Student housing is available for International Diving School students
1580 Turnball Avenue Building NH61, North Charleston, SC 29405. It is a 2-story building near the corner of Avenue F and Turnball Street. The dorm is a co-ed building capable of housing approximately 148 students.
The International Diving Institute (IDI) has Thirty-Five Rooms 2 bedrooms 1 bath Suite style bedrooms. Residents share rooms with personal sinks and internal bathroom. The dorm is air-conditioned/heating, has Wi-Fi, and features a common room; a study room; free, in-building laundry facilities; ice machine, microwave ovens and coffee machines.
The living quarters are less than 3 miles from Park Circle in North Charleston, SC – a beautiful, urban downtown with restaurants, and parks. Students Room and Board is $900 per month, and/or prorated weekly. Our student common area has internet access for student use. The rooms are furnished with beds and storage for personal items. Students are required to provide their own linens, towels, sheets, pillows, and blankets and toiletries.
Founded in 1670, Charleston is one of the oldest and most vibrant cities in the United States. Its rich history shines through its cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages, antebellum houses, and beautiful gardens. Just take a walk through the historic French Quarter district and feel like you’ve stepped back in time.
The unique culture of Charleston blends English, French, West African and traditional Southern U.S. components. This diversity has helped the downtown Peninsula earn a stellar reputation for art, music, architecture, cuisine, and fashion. In addition, Charleston is home to several professional and amateur sports teams.
Aside from its popularity as a tourist destination, the city of Charleston has received high praise over the years including 2019’s “Best Place To Live” by Outside Magazine, 2019’s “#1 City In The U.S.” by Travel + Leisure Magazine, and 2019’s “The South’s #1 Best City” by Southern Living, to name just a few.