Indian Hill

At 10 feet above sea level, Indian Hill is the highest point in peninsular Charleston. The name comes from the many artifacts found on the site, where a Native American trader lived during Colonial times.

Inouye Hall

Pronounced in-o-way.

Named for Sen. Daniel K. Inouye of Hawaii, who paved the way for the $3 million federal appropriation that made the facility possible, Inouye Hall overlooks the Ashley River. The facility, which opened in 2006, houses the college’s rifle and pistol range, as well as the Sexton Marksmanship Center, which is named for long-time pistol coach Joel Sexton.