Housing and Dining
More Than Room and Board
People commonly use the term room and board to describe the dormitories and meal plans students use when living on a college or university campus. Put another way—when you think of room and board think of campus housing and dining. Residential life at Coppin is more than a place to sleep at night. Our residential experience is an opportunity to build lasting friendships and relationships on a safe and welcoming campus. Ours is a campus where you can study, sleep, and relax with all the modern conveniences of urban living.
For dining, look no further than our Talon Center, home to student dining, full-service kitchen, meeting rooms, and a convenience store. We offer a variety of campus meal plans where students can depend on regular meals in several of our campus locations.
We work hard to craft menus, meals, as well as residential, and extracurricular experiences that speak to our university mission to support the whole person, and not just academic or professional development. We consider it our highest priority to care for, and encourage health and well-being for everyone within our Coppin community, including students, faculty, and staff.
We're Here to Help
Thinking about living and/or dining on campus? There are 3 offices that coordinate housing, dining, and residence life at Coppin:
- Office of Housing
- Dining Services
- Office of Residence Life
Apply for housing, understand costs, submit work orders, and get helpful information for move-in weekends.
See available dorm programs and activities, apply to be a Resident Assistant (RA), and get help with conflict resolution.