Located on the edge of the ravine, many Copeland Hall rooms offer scenic views. Copeland is conveniently located beside the newly built pedestrian bridge, taking students to class in a matter of minutes. Coed, single gender, and gender-inclusive housing options are available to students. The building consists of seven connected wings, A through G. Each wing has up to four floors, each of which is home to an intimate community of eight to thirteen people. There are singles, double, triples and quads in Copeland. A small kitchen and bathroom complete every floor, and many small lounges can be found throughout every wing.
In the main lounge, one can’t help but appreciate the beautiful fireplace, piano, and balcony overlooking our backyard. Many events occur in our lounge, including our biggest tradition of the year: The Copeland Games.
Each year, students transform their areas into unique living environments, whether it is an impromptu movie night, a mass study session, or a family-style dinner in the lounge. Students can apply to paint a lounge or hallway to complete the effect. Copeland’s relaxed yet upbeat atmosphere offers itself up as one of Lewis & Clark’s more lively halls. Copeland is also home to the Xperiment Living Learning Community, focused on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
Copeland’s RA staff has an office on the main level, providing students a more accessible space to check out games, vacuums, cooking supplies, and other resources. Visit the Copeland AD and RA office, located next to the main lounge, to find a staff member, information, or just to drop by and say hello!
Take a look at a typical room layout for a QUAD or a DOUBLE occupancy room. You can download the page for a closer look but keep in mind, especially for a quad, this is just a sample. Of course, all four-person rooms have four beds, desks, closets, dressers but the layout might be slightly different.