Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1195
Martha Cook, an all-women hall is home to 140 students. First-year through graduate students have found friends and home on campus at the Martha Cook Building for over 100 years. Rich in campus history and Collegiate Gothic architecture, the small community gathers often for events full of tradition. Residents enjoy Friday afternoon teas, dinners together on Sundays, Harry Potter Week, wellness events, and more. The serene Gold Room not only hosts teas and other events but provides a convenient and cozy environment to study and relax in. The Martha Cook meal plan provides meals exclusively in the graceful dining hall, Sunday through Friday, for Martha Cook residents only. The Building’s location in the heart of central campus is within minutes of libraries, classrooms, student unions, restaurants and shops, and gives its residents easy access to the resources and life of the University of Michigan.
At Martha Cook, you’ll have a community of Residential Staff who are trained and ready to help you succeed in your new home. Your Resident Advisor will be there to help build community, lead activities and answer your questions. Learn more about Residential Staff and services.
Each residence hall has a student governing system. The Martha Cook Building’s student House Board provides guidance and leadership to their fellow residents and activities of the community.
Martha Cook is home to a warm community of women who are focused on supporting one another through their college journey. Both undergraduate and graduate students are eligible to live in Martha Cook.
A valued hallmark of the Martha Cook community is its own meal plan, included in the contract, that provides dining Sunday through Friday for Martha Cook residents only. The plan includes the following meals in the Martha Cook dining hall: brunch and dinner on Sunday; continental breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday through Friday. The dining hall is closed on Saturday and no meals are provided. Also included in the Martha Cook meal plan are Friday teas, a number of special meals and events throughout the academic year, as well as two guest meal passes and $25 Dining Dollars for the fall term and again for the winter term.
The Martha Cook Handbook is a great way to learn more about living in the Martha Cook Building. If you have any questions or would like information about Martha Cook scholarships please email email@example.com.
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If you live here you'll find:
- A welcoming community that supports each other’s success, gracious common spaces and student rooms, a residents-only dining hall, an expansive lawn, many activities, and opportunities to develop your leadership.