Located near the ravine, many Copeland rooms offer scenic views. Coed, single sex and gender-neutral 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, bathroom, and lounge complete every floor.
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 the occasional s’more-making extravaganza.
Each year, students transform their areas into unique living environments; for example, Copeland Heights (C50’s) or “The Lair of Awesome” (A30s) always seems to be doing something, whether it is an impromptu dance party or a mass study session. 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’s Campus Living Staff has an office on the main level, providing students a more accessible space to check out games, vacuums, and other supplies.
Having been remodeled and upgraded in the last five years, the “Garden Level” includes sleek and modern designs and tremendous space making the rooms, lounges, and kitchens hot spots to relax and work on homework with friends. Improvements to the building also include upgraded bathroom partitions and fire sprinklers.
Visit the Copeland AD and RA office, located next to the main lounge, to find a staff member, information, or vacuum, 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.