Cook Hall is a co-ed residence hall that traditionally houses 250 upperclass students. The rooms are in a "suite-style" set-up with a full bathroom joining two bedrooms. The rooms are carpeted with tile in the bathrooms. Shower curtains are provided. Cleaning supplies including a vacuum are available on each floor for residents to use. The beds are twin long that can be bunked. (No lofts). The rooms also come with two dressers, desks with a bookshelf and desk chairs. Blinds are provided for the windows. There is also internet and cable available for each room. There is bike storage, a computer room, laundry room, lounges, and a cafeteria in this building.
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Biographical Information about Peter and Emajean
Cook Hall RLC
This is my first year in Cook Hall and I am so excited for what the year will bring! I am originally from Lansing, MI and completed my undergraduate work at Central Michigan University, graduating in 2011 with a B.S. in Biology and Spanish. After spending time working at a camp in the Upper Peninsula, I moved to South Carolina to earn an M.Ed. in Counselor Education from Clemson University (May 2014). I love hanging out and working with students and helping to develop community within the halls and on campus. In my free-time, I enjoy spending time outside (running, hiking, swimming, sailing, skiing), traveling, and hanging out with my spouse, Joel.
Why we love Cook Hall:
“Cook is one of the newer halls on campus which allows for it to have some different amenities. Cook is the only suite style hall on campus and this is a great way to get to not only make a great friend in your roommate, but also your suitemates. Cook is located very close to downtown which allows for many fun activities in and around the hall. There is a very unique, but fun community in Cook Hall.”