Cope Hall is part of the Shoebox community, which is your best choice for affordable residence halls packed with features. With easy access to dining, recreation, Death Valley and West-campus classes, the location is one of the best on campus. The Shoeboxes allow for close-knit communities with only 140 students in each building and great common space. There are recreation areas between the buildings and lounges throughout the halls. Each room features a sink, walk-in closets and large windows for great natural light.
Can I have a pet?
Yes, FISH ONLY! And only in a 10 gallon or smaller aquarium.
Service animals are permitted with approval through our Student Accessibility Services
If I have questions once I’ve settled in, who can answer these?
All university housing facilities are staffed with Resident Assistants and a Graduate Community Director. Generally Resident Assistants are undergraduate students living on the floor with total responsibility for that area. Graduate Community Directors are graduate students also residing in the building.
Additionally, each community is staffed with an Community Director. This staff member is a full-time, professional Housing employee.
How is housing priority established?
New Students housing priority for all is based on the admissions application date to the University, and not the housing application date.
Continuing Students/Bridge: Priority is based on the number of roommates, those with four roommates, then two roommates, and then singles.
When are Housing applications due?
For Fall semester, housing applications are usually due:
For Spring semester, housing applications are due:
For specific dates for this year, please see our housing calendar.