Women’s Residence Hall
As the oldest dorm on campus, Shupe Hall is a place rich in history. As a resident of Shupe, you are not only part of a legacy, but you are also part of a family. The community in Shupe is like no other, and the hallway conversations, Shupe group Bible studies, and open-door culture all make for a significant first-year experience. Spend an evening going to Shupe Dinner with fantastic Resident Assistants and hall mates. Or take advantage of the brother-sister floor events with Oakwood-Slater Hall. There is so much to do and experience in Shupe, and while you are here, we want you to feel right at home.
Dorm Set-Up Information
- Community Kitchen
- Heat (No AC)
- ADA Compliant
The walls in Shupe Hall are cement block so to hang things you must use special 3-pronged hooks. These may be purchased at a hardware store.
Students residing in Shupe 101-111 utilize community bathroom space newly renovated in 2023. All other Shupe Hall residents reside in suite-style rooms with a shared bathroom between rooms.
Rooms in Shupe Hall are not carpeted. You can bring your own carpet if you would like; however, it must be removed during the summer. If you bring your own carpet, you also need to bring a vacuum.
Provided in Room
- twin bed
- desk chair