Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1195
Martha Cook, an all-female hall, is home to 140 first-year through graduate students. Rich in campus history, the Martha Cook community holds many annual events full of tradition, like their sit-down Sunday dinners and weekly teas. It’s located in the heart of Central Campus, near Shapiro Library, the Michigan Union and the Law School.
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 questions. Learn more about Residential Staff and services. The Martha Cook meal plan provides all meals exclusively in Martha Cook Dining, with the exception of Saturday dinner, where residents may swipe into other residential dining halls. Residents visiting North Campus Monday through Friday may also swipe into Bursley Dinner for lunch
Each residence hall has a student governing system including a Hall Council, a Multicultural Council, and representatives on the Residence Hall Association. Talk to your RA if you are interested in participating.
Martha Cook is home to a warm community of women who are focused on supporting one another through their college journey. If you are an incoming first-year student and have sent your enrollment deposit, or if you are a current undergraduate or graduate student, fill out the Martha Cook interest form and we will reach out to you about the application process. To learn more about the community’s history, the Martha Cook code, and details about the building, visit the Martha Cook Handbook.
Community Learning Center
If you live here you'll find:
- Bed (36” x 80”, takes extra long twin linens)
- Building Block Modular Furniture
- Ethernet Port
- Recycling Tote
- Integrated Fire and Smoke Alarms
- Fire Suppression System
- Overhead Lighting