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Rooke Hall

Rooke Hall is a popular living option on campus among returning students. Each apartment is comprised of students who have made the deliberate decision about who they want to live with, and how they want to live. While students must have a meal plan, each apartment’s full kitchen allows for students to have easy meals on hand. Our returning students really enjoy life in Rooke Hall with the challenges and opportunities it offers.


All Rooke Hall apartments are gender neutral. Each four- or five-person apartment includes single and double bedrooms, a shared living room, kitchen, large storage closet, bathroom, and vanity area. Rooke Hall is located on lower campus with easy access to Ware Student Center.

Rooke Hall Floor Plan


Rooke Hall is staffed by two resident assistants and an area coordinator who lives in Burpee Hall.


Rooke Hall was named for Robert Levi Rooke, whose generous bequest provided resources for its construction. He was the father-in-law of former trustee Natalie Davis Rooke '48 and Anastasia Payne Rooke '50, and a grandfather of Marianne Rooke Fairall '73.