Shupe Hall

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.

Shupe Hall
Shupe Hall

Dorm Set-Up Information

Shupe Hall


  • Community Kitchen
  • Heat (No AC)
  • Laundry
  • Internet
  • 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 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
  • dresser
  • desk
  • desk chair
  • closet

Resident Director